The Government of Georgia will host the 5th OGP Global Summit in Tbilisi, Georgia, on July 17-19, 2018. The Summit will provide an excellent opportunity for leaders from OGP’s 76 participating countries, local governments, and beyond to exchange ideas on how they are making their governments more transparent, accountable, and responsive to citizens.

Please register for the Global Summit at www.ogpsummit.org and send your questions and/or feedback to summit@opengovpartnership.org.
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Elene Grigolia

National Agency of Public Registry of Georgia
Irrigation and Land Market Development Project Manager
Manager of World Bank funded Land Market Development Component of “Irrigation and Land Market Development” Project, implemented by the National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR) under the Ministry of Justice of Georgia. In this role, she leads the NAPR Project Management Team in project work planning, budgeting and financial planning and reporting, ensuring compliance with audit requirements, procurement, project implementation, staffing and logistics in accordance with the Project Financing Agreement and World Bank procedures, Supports the NAPR, Ministry of Justice, Land Council and other concerned agencies in strategic planning and policy development relating to pilot land registration. She has a 5-years legal work experience, including working with the government and local authorities. She has a strong background in legal-drafting, regulations, land dispute resolution, administrative proceedings. In 2013-2014, She held the position of the Deputy Head of Administration in the Interagency Coordination Council for Legal Provision of Development of Land Administration in Georgia (Land Council), created by the Government of Georgia. She holds a BSc in Law from the Caucasus International University in Georgia and MA in Public Administration, which is a joint program of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and German University of Administrative Sciences – Speyer, she’s Master Thesis is about Blockchain Technology in Public Administration – Legal Concerns and the Expected Increase of Efficiency”.

From 2017 she is Expert of Using Blockchain technology in public administration. She’s main functions is Participation of the Implementation Blockchain technology in land and business registration systems (ensuring more secure and transparent registration services using the Blockhain innovative technology); participation in the NAPR Blockchain working groups and commissions; Analysis of legal framework of Blockchain technology; Analysis of Blockchain technologies and development of relevant proposals and recommendations; NAPR representation and speaker on the issue “Using Blockchain technology in Geogia) in international conferences (World Bank, ADB, EuroGeographics); Nowadays, she is working on new project “World Bank procurement into the blockchain” .
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Thursday, July 19

12:00 GMT+04