The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies continues accepting projects for the next grant competition

The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) continues accepting projects for the next grant competition announced by the Fund.
Note that the Fund regularly organizes information sessions on the rules for submission of projects for the competition.
During the meetings, the employees of the Fund provide entrepreneurs operating in the ICT sector and citizens wishing to implement projects in this area with extensive information on the competition rules and the documents required for enrolment.
Persons wishing to participate in the information sessions can visit the State Fund for Development of Information Technologies (Baku, Inshaatchilar Avenue, 4) Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 17:30.
Projects can be submitted through the “E-grant” section of the Funds’ official website (www.ictfund.gov.az).
More detailed information on participation in the competition can be obtained from the Fund through the phone numbers: 012 538 37 87/88 or the e-mail address:  info@ictfund.gov.az.
Note that the acceptance of projects for the commercialization and development of technologies and solutions for electronic services, development of models of innovative ICT products, development of the innovative infrastructure, including the development and commercialization of new technologies, will continue till September 1, 2016.  

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