Uzbek officials to sit computer literacy tests
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 9 / Trend /
The Uzbek government will introduce a system of computer literacy assessment of its state and economic management bodies as well as other authorities, from Jan.1, KazTAG reported.
Based on the relevant document adopted by the government, all workers of the Uzbek state bodies should pass attestation up till Jan.1 2015 and obtain a certificate showing they possess a minimal level of computer literacy.
Based on the approved of state requirements, public workers should now be subject to legal acts regulating the activities in the ICT sphere. They should also have skills on use information-communication technologies, as well as electronic document flow with e-signatures, KirTAG reported.
Moreover they should also have skills on the use of personnel computers, office applications, the Internet, local and corporate networks, e-document flow, email and others at the user level.
If the certification is passed successfully, then the employee will receive a corresponding certificate within three days. If they fail, he or she can take part again in a round of certification after two months. The attestation will be held every five years.