The effectiveness, accountability and transparency of the budget process is critical.
A revised Budget Code and Law on Public Procurement.
Ministries require tools such as medium-term strategies to better articulate budget priorities.
Draft guidelines for the preparation of ministerial medium-term strategies.
Authorities responsible for carrying out expenditures need to be identified.
A roster of authorities with responsibility for carrying out expenditures.
People need wider access to information at the local level.
Establish online governance systems and local government information centres to improve transparency and communication with citizens.
Excessive, fragmented administrative procedures prevent the state from better supporting men and women.
Create “one-stop-shops” – enabling citizens to benefit from multiple government services in one place – to strengthen the ability of the state to better serve the public.
Better private sector and civil society participation is needed in the planning and execution of regional development strategies at the local level.
Establish public councils that include the private sector and civil society to create and deliver local-level development strategies.
Business development is key for the future, but firms don’t always have the information they need to grow, particularly in peri-urban and rural areas.
Launch business facilitation centres in Andijan, Ferghana, Syrdarya and Karakalpakstan and replicate them all over the country.
Men and women entrepreneurs need tools to easily keep abreast of government rules, regulations and procedures.
Develop the http://www.businessinfo.uz information portal on government rules and procedures.
Businesses need simplified registration procedures.
Develop a draft resolution on electronic business registration with the Government.