E-SUD to be launched in Fergana valleyApr 25, 2017
About 130 court chairpersons, judges, heads of offices of inter-district civil courts, public utilities and state tax inspection employees, as well as lawyers of Andijan, Namangan and Ferghana regions participated in specialized trainings to further increase the use of the National information case management system E-SUD. The events were conducted within the joint project of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Among significant results of this fruitful cooperation is the development and launching of the National information case management system E-SUD (http://v3.esud.uz/), which had passed the relevant expertise in the Ministry of Development of Information Technology and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan and had been included in the Register of state information resources and information systems of state bodies (www.reestr.uz).
E-SUD electronic case management system has features like, submission of claims, petitions and accompanying documents in electronic form to courts, tracking the progress of case, without physically visiting the courthouse, delivery of court notices in electronic form, directly following their compilation, access to the procedural acts adopted when considering civil cases, access to court documents, including decisions and rulings upon their depersonalization.
In other words, E-SUD allows citizens and legal entities’ representatives to save time and resources, monitor the application process, quickly and conveniently obtain all the necessary information on civil case. Thanks to this system judges have an opportunity to enhance work effectiveness with applications, eliminate duplicate functions, and automate repetitive processes and actions while considering civil cases.
During the trainings, users were practically familiarized with goals and tasks, regulatory and legal framework of the creating and launching ICT into the judicial system, as well as the prerequisites for the development of E-SUD information system.
Users were also informed on stages of development and current services of the National information system, achieved results and plans for the launching new modules and services, and E-SUD integration with other information systems and resources.
Special attention was paid to the work in the information system itself. The procedure for entering the E-SUD and user’s ‘personal cabinet’, registration and authorization, working with applications and statements of claim, as well as attached documents were explained in detail.
It should be noted that to prepare material and technical basis for further launching of the E-SUD information system in the regions, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan takes the necessary measures to additionally equip the inter-district civil courts with computer equipment and Internet connection.
At the moment local inter-regional networks have been launched in inter-district civil courts of Andijan, Fergana, Namangan, Syrdarya and Jizzakh regions, the necessary switching equipment has also been available, the workstations of judges and secretaries have been connected to the Internet (TAS-IX), and there is a necessary office equipment for connection and use of the information system.