Release date: 25 October 2019
BP and Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication (CAERC) today celebrated the completion of the ‘Modernizing monitoring and evaluation e-infrastructure of CAERC’ project launched in October 2018.
The project supported the modernization of monitoring and evaluation e-infrastructure of CAERC through development of a sophisticated software. The new software has been deployed for monitoring and evaluation of the measures undertaken by the government within the framework of the Strategic Road Maps for social and economic development of Azerbaijan. It will support CAERC in effectively processing the economic data which it receives frequently from around 50 public bodies, including Ministries, Agencies and Committees.
The project was launched following the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between BP and CAERC on 15 October 2018.
Following the completion of the project, CAERC Executive Director Vusal Gasimli said: “In line with the activities envisaged in strategic roadmaps, the Center is engaged in monitoring, assessment and communication work and, within the framework of its powers and upon requests from various state agencies, conducts monitoring and assessment of activities at industrial parks, estates and agricultural parks, as well as other economic programmes. The implementation of reforms on the basis of digital technologies is the result of President Ilham Aliyev’s instructions on the execution of reforms in line with the most sustainable and advanced international practices and approaches. In addition to enhancing the Center’s assessment, control, coordination
and communication capacity as a monitoring institution, the introduction of the new portal will also have a positive impact on the process of reforms in the country.”
Bakhtiyar Aslanbayli, BP’s Vice President, Communications and External Affairs, Strategy and Region, said: “I am excited to say that jointly with CAERC we have now accomplished a significant project to modernize the Centre’s monitoring and evaluation e-infrastructure. BP has always been committed to supporting the diversification of the economy in Azerbaijan. We are proud to support this project which we view as our contribution to ongoing economic development in the country.
The total cost of the project is 204,000 AZN.
Tamam Bayatly at BP’s Press Office in Baku.
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