State administration does not have enough experts in advanced technologies, in particular ICT.
The main reason is the financial policy or more precisely their unsatisfactory evaluation. This is not a position of the routine management of existing systems, but the creation of analytical concepts bound with final efficiency and effectiveness.
It is almost incomprehensible how these organizations underestimates this, although there are often a billion budgets for these solutions.
Overpriced and often dysfunctional systems are a common reality.The scenario is always the same. Incompetently managed tendering procedure that is "grasped" by pre-selected external supplier.
Is there any solution to this, decades persisting situation?
Yes, there is. If the state is willing to radically change their approach. Teams of young developers led by an experienced project subject composed of representatives of universities, commercial sector and users can be invited to create such solutions.
Abroad, these methods are used commonly used with very positive economic impact on savings, and number of local young professionals is naturally increased.
HIGH TECH PARK is prepared to participate in such process.