The Public Fund “Civil Initiatives for Internet Policies” (GIIP) is a non-governmental organization registered in accordance with the requirements of the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic in 2001. The main mission of the GIIP is to stimulate legislative and regulatory reforms of ICT policies that provide transparent and predictable regulation, the presence of competition, and free access of citizens to telecommunication services and information resources.
Leader in the field of standard-setting in the field of regulation of information technologies and communications in the Kyrgyz Republic
GIIP is one of the most advanced expert organizations in the Kyrgyz Republic and the CIS, providing legal services in the field of innovation, implementation of digital technologies, digital transformation, focused on the development and implementation of innovative technologies in the legal sphere.
Everyday practice shows that the existing structure of the organization allows you to perform important tasks to develop the positions taken by participants in relation to the tasks. A diverse and rich experience in strengthening and developing the structure is an interesting experiment in testing the personnel training system that meets urgent needs. Comrades! continuous quantitative growth and the scope of our activity is an interesting experiment in testing the development model. On the other hand, the further development of various forms of activity is an interesting experiment in verifying the directions of progressive development.
Thus, the scope and place of personnel training entails the process of implementation and modernization of the positions taken by participants in relation to the tasks. The organization’s task, especially the scope and place of personnel training, largely determines the creation of directions for progressive development. The significance of these problems is so obvious that the constant outreach support for our activities contributes to the preparation and implementation of a personnel training system that meets urgent needs. The significance of these problems is so obvious that the existing structure of the organization allows us to evaluate the significance of new proposals.
The task of the organization, in particular the new model of organizational activity, plays an important role in shaping further directions of development. Higher-order ideological considerations, as well as the scope and place of personnel training, require the identification and refinement of the directions of progressive development.