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First Ever Corporate Intranet for the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 13:01    PDF Print E-mail

In July 2014, with assistance from HICD PLUS, the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation’s (GOGC) first corporate intranet page went live. The system is designed to increase employee productivity and improve internal communications.

The intranet will be used to publish corporate news and events and conduct polls. Management will also use the intranet to inform employees about the organization’s plans and initiatives. The system will enable employees to provide feedback by commenting on issues posted on the portal.The intranet will also help improve the efficiency of business processes. Managers can use the intranet to delegate tasks to subordinates and receive reports on the work accomplished. The portal also includes organizational structure and personal information about all GOGC employees and contains forms and templates for frequently used documents.

HICD PLUS is assisting the GOGC by conducting an HICD program in the following priority areas: (i) re-engineer and integrate core processes; (ii) implement an automated work flow and document management system; (iii) develop and implement a personnel development system; and (iv) develop and implement a performance management system.

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Building Procurement Capacity at Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 12:54    PDF Print E-mail

On July 12-13, 2014, HICD PLUS trained 10 procurement staff from the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation (GOGC) on Incoterms 2010. Pre- and post-training tests demonstrated an average 89% increase in participants’ knowledge.

The Incoterms rules are an internationally recognized standard developed by the International Chamber of Commerce and are used worldwide in international and domestic contracts for the sale of goods. These rules help traders avoid costly

Helping the Finance Academy improve its library management capacity
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 12:03    PDF Print E-mail

In June, HICD PLUS started a program to help the Finance Academy of the Ministry of Finance better manage its library resources. The Academy’s library is well-stocked with new books and materials and the library is popular amongst the Academy’s training participants. But the Academy does not have a library management system, which means books cannot be checked out and there is no way to search the library’s collection; both of which impede the library’s usage.




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