Armenian government discusses IT-related issues

Armenian government discusses IT-related issues

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian government held an IT Development Support Council meeting headed by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan.

According to government’s press service, problems and their possible solution were in focus of the meeting, with new mechanisms of infrastructure development proposed.

Procurement related issues were also on discussion agenda. It was particularly proposed to launch a single website with all tenders, participants and results presented.

The issue of Armenian keyboard creation was further discussed, with RA Prime Minster instructing to agree with producers on using Armenian Typewriter or Armenian Phonetic.

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