Enterprise Georgia’s projects in order to facilitate exports, are mostly in line with good practice, but some of the implemented measures need to be improved, - says the report published by the State Audit Office.
The audit report covers the period from 2018 to October 2021.
As stated in the audit report, the development of a scheme to assess the reached results is a step forward, however, in order to fully assess the agency's performance, it is important to set quantitative targets in the document and ensure its practical application.
"It is noteworthy that according to the results of satisfaction survey, which is sent to the companies using the two main services of the Agency, the activities of the Agency in the direction of organizing exhibitions and certification courses are positively assessed," the report said.
In addition, in response to the challenges, the State Audit Office has developed recommendations aimed at improving the measures taken by the Agency to facilitate exports.
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