The project aims to support the National Security Council Office (NSCO) and the Administration of the Government (AoG) of Georgia in carrying out preparatory work pursuant to the development of an evidence-based key resources management policy.
This project aims to evaluate the outcomes of a project called “Capacity Assessment, Strategic Planning and Comprehensive Capacity Development for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Georgia.”
The purpose of this project is to adapt the methodology developed by the EUIPO´s observatory for identifying intellectual property rights (IPR)-intensive industries and to study their impact on the Georgian economy. The research will enable policymakers to make evidence-based and conscious decisions about the importance of IPR as a tool to boost the country’s economic potential.
The goal of this project is to carry out market research of education sciences programs in Georgia to help New Vision University to develop education sciences master’s and PhD programs that best accommodate the current needs and demands in the country.
The goal of this project is to improve the digital skills and competence of rural enterprises through needs-based, tailor-made, and individually-targeted coaching. Furthermore, the project envisages fostering synergies and sustainable cooperation between rural enterprises in Khulo and Lagodekhi municipalities and the key relevant stakeholders, including local action groups (LAGs), ensuring the engagement of the relevant communities.
The overall objective of the project is to simplify, digitize, and improve access to information on tax and customs methodology for taxpayers and economic operators through the creation of an online platform.
The aim of this project is to address the current shortcomings of the tax dispute resolution (TDR) system and to align it with good international practices, ultimately resulting in the establishment of a fair, effective, and efficient TDR system. In order to achieve the project goals, the project team will develop more than one scenario envisaging the reform of the TDR system and will perform regulatory impact assessments (RIAs) thereon.
PMC Research Center (PMC RC) is in the process of piloting new public and private sector cooperation mechanisms to develop upskilling and reskilling vocational education and training (VET) programs in the ICT sector.
The programme aims to strengthen the resilience of the Georgian cyber ecosystem, to develop cybersecurity capability and capacity, and to protect Georgian sovereignty in cyberspace. It also intends to improve coherence within Georgia’s cyber ecosystem by enabling effective responses to threats, developing greater collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, increasing Georgian people’s awareness of malicious actors, and encouraging cyber hygiene practices.
This project is part of USAID’s Industry-led Skills Development (ILSD) program implemented by International Executive Service Corps (IESC). The ILSD program gives the private sector a leading role in catalyzing demand-driven skills development throughout Georgia.