Rebranding of Community Centers of Ministry of Justice Has Started
Community Centers of the Ministry of Justice will continue to operate under the brand of the Public Service Hall. Deputy Minister of Justice, Erekle Gvinianidze presented today the initiative at the session of the Regional Policy and Self-Government Committee in the Parliament.
As a result of the rebranding of Community Centers, instead of 250 services, the population living in rural areas will be offered 470 services according to the usual standard of the Public Service Hall.
"The goal of the Ministry of Justice is that by 2024 there will be no more municipalities without a Public Service Hall. It is for this purpose that the construction of Khashuri, Zestafoni, Supsa, Terjola, Samtredia and Akhmeta branches of the Public Service Hall is currently underway, which will be completed in 2022-23. Next year, the construction of the Mtskheta, Sagarejo, Khelvachauri, Tsalenjikha, Zoti, Tolebi, Shrosha, Tsaishi, Didi Digmi and Gldani branches of the Public Service Hall will begin, which will be completed by the end of 2024. Currently, both the infrastructural renewal of public centers and the process of equalizing the services of the Public Service Hall and training of employees are actively underway. After the completion of the rebranding process, a common standard of service quality will be introduced," said Deputy Minister of Justice, Erekle Gvinianidze.
Rebranding is underway in 88 Community Centers throughout Georgia and the process will be completed by the new year. Kachreti Community Center is the first to start operating under the Public Service Hall brand.
In addition, according to the decision of the Ministry of Justice, the salaries of the employees working in the region and the capital were equalized.
Currently, 28 Public Service Halls, 88 Community Centers and 6 Mobile Public Service Halls are functioning throughout the country.