The spheres included in the digitalization system are named
Dauren Abayev, the Minister of Information and Communication of the Republic of Kazakhstan, reported on the results of the implementation of the Digital Kazakhstan Program, the correspondent of ortcom.kz reports citing Kazinform.
According to the Minister, last year within the framework of the program the information technologies were introduced in a number of spheres. As a result, labor productivity has increased and saved some money.
“For example, as a result of introduction of the elements of the industry in the fuel and energy and mining industries, the labor productivity increased by an average of 10%. And the power savings were up to 33%. For example, Embamunaigas JSC increased oil production by 773 tonnes. This year, the number of facilities under this system will increase to 12. In the mining industry, data from 102 enterprises were digitized and managed by information flows. Another example is ERG’s work on a single array, by introducing a resource planning information system. Business processes are open. Employees received additional education. 250 new jobs have been created, “he said at today’s Government session.
According to him, within the framework of digitalization of the transport and logistics sector “intelligent transport system” is being implemented. Today, 46 special measuring tools are installed.
“The road asset management system has also been launched. 16 mobile mobile laboratories have been launched. We hope that this will improve the quality of road infrastructure. This system will allow you to plan and track your road maintenance costs. In 2019 it is planned to introduce 31 special automated measuring instruments for the study of 24 thousand kilometers of roads of the republican level. As a result of introduction of the intelligent transport system last year 279 new jobs were created. By 2025 it is planned to create more than 1.5 thousand new jobs, “A.Abayev emphasized.
Information technologies have been introduced in the agricultural sector. Last year 14 farms implemented real farming projects in pilot mode. Thus, the cost of farmers decreased on average by 15-20%. And the volume of grain increased 2.5 times. Five types of subsidies were transferred to electronic format. 23 thousand applications from farmers were reviewed on the electronic system. Also, an electronic recording system has been introduced. Due to this, the delivery time has decreased from 10 to 10 minutes.
It’s worth noting that in 2018 there were plans to implement 20 events within the framework of the “Digital Kazakhstan” program. These measures were fully implemented.
Source: Central Communications Service of the Ministry of Information and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan