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Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Tigran Avinyan Pays Working Visit to Cadastre Committee Service Centers

Accompanied by Cadastre Committee Head Suren Tovmasyan, Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan on March 17 paid a working visit to Cadastre Committee service centers in Kentron and Arabkir administrative districts.

The Deputy Prime Minister inspected the ongoing activities, talked to the staff of the Committee, familiarized himself with their working conditions and with the services provided to citizens. Introducing his organization’s activities, Suren Tovmasyan dwelt on the reforms implemented in specific areas, including the mechanisms for preparing measurement packages, improving the quality of services and saving time, as well as increasing the efficiency of work.

The Cadastre Committee Head highlighted the issues of reporting tools, expanding the geography of online services, noting that in 7 months 260 communities have already switched to online management. Suren Tovmasyan next presented the map correction activities and the current results, noting that the tools available make it possible to identify the problems and deviations, make corrections in the process of determining the boundaries and addresses of settlements.

During the visit, Tigran Avinyan also got acquainted with the archival part of the Cadastre, stressing the importance of both proper archiving and the need for complete digitization of services and paper circulation. The Deputy Premier noted that the introduction of a simplified version of electronic signatures, which is supposed to be complete by this yearend, will be of great importance for achieving tangible progress in the process of digitization.

August 2022