Parliament Resolution on “Five Major tendencies for development in Mongolia 2021-2025” was discussed in the Meeting of Innovation and Digital Policy Standing Committee of State Great Khural. During this Committee Meeting Chairwoman, Ms. Bolor-Erdene introduced the project implementing process of “E-Mongolia” which is going to serve public services online. Citizens are able to get 181 public services through mobile application, once “E-Mongolia” project has been completed.
Cabinet Secretariat, Mr. Oyun-Erdene underlined that one of the important conceptions of digital transformation is privacy issues which must be protected by certain legal environment. Government of Mongolia is planning to launch E-Mongolia in its first 100 days and continue working with private sectors on this matter. The Experts from Estonia made evaluation on e-government of Mongolia and they pointed out that political leadership and solutions are necessary for the digital transformation. Because, digital transformation cuts off the power of leading positions in the public services. Besides, the governmental activities must be integrated by digital transformation which will take 7-8 years. Therefore, Government of Mongolia put the goal of making 60 percent of digital transformation in coming 4 years. Also he mentioned that cybersecurity law is drafting and necessary research has been made.
Later on, for the first discussion of Parliament Resolution, Member of Parliament (MP) Mr. Damdinnyam said his opinion on this matter. He pointed out on the regulations of digital transformation on education must be adjusted with international standards and digital version of the documents are must be accepted as well. Mr. Gankhuyag (MP), mentioned about the establishment of Silicon Valley in some locations and can be supported by the government. Also, Mr. Amartuvshin (MP) requested information regarding implementation plan of E-Mongolia project and Mr. Sergelen (MP) said his opinion on the importance of cybersecurity framework and its establishment.
In the end, Mr. Ganbaatar (MP), summed up the meeting and polled each and every 5 wordings from different opinions. Discussions and polls from this meeting are to be submitted to the Standing Committee on Economy.