Improving the efficiency of the management and supervision of public assets by defining uniform guidelines and templates for data collection and establishing a centralized state asset record-keeping system in the Kyrgyz Republic

Project Summary

Country  Armenia 
Overall project value EUR 417,575
USD 460,000
AMD 226,338,400
Proportion carled out VXSoft (%) 25
Number of staff provided5
Name of clientThe Fund of State Property Management 
under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic
Origin of fundingThe World Bank
Name of consortium members, if anyN/A
Duration of the projectOctober 2015 - February 2016












The purpose of the project was to improve the efficiency of the management and supervision of public assets by defining uniform guidelines and templates for data collection and establishing a centralized state asset record-keeping system in the Kyrgyz Republic. The project was aimed at: 
  • Establishment of electronic system to enable all government institutions submit their asset reports on line and in electronic form,
  • Development of relevant system, user and administration manuals for continuous operation of the system after project withdrawal.

Software solutions delivered:

  • modern asset registry to enable easy electronic submission f asset reports, including
    • complete automation of the report filling and submission,
    • development of electronic reporting forms,
    • graphical design of the system,
    • search and reporting modules development

  • Tasks delivered

  • Development of software specifications for programming teams
  • Development of software integration methodology and specifications
  • Software development installation and testing
  • User acceptance testing
  • Business process analysis
  • Management consulting
  • Change management strategy development and implementation
  • Development of online training curricula and methodology
  • Development of user and administration manuals
  • System stress testing
  • Training of different user groups
  • Software integration with other e-gov systems