Minister of e-Government
Alexander Yolovski has a master’s degree in political science from Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. He has more than ten years of experience in the planning, implementation, coordination and control of activities related to administrative reform and e-governance, as well as in the field of strategic planning for the needs of state administration and e-governance.
From February to August 2022, he was deputy minister of e-government, when Bozhidar Bojanov was minister in Kiril Petkov’s cabinet. Between August 2015 and November 2016 and in the period August 2019 and January 2022, he was the head of a department.
From April 2011 to July 2015, he successively held the positions of Head of the Department “Programming, Trading and Contracting” in the Directorate “Operational Program “Administrative Capacity”, Governing Body of the Operational Program “Administrative Capacity”, in the Ministry of Finance, Head of Department “Structural Measures for the European Structural and Investment Funds” in the Directorate “Programming of European Union Funds” and Head of the Department “Programming and Negotiation” in the Directorate “Good Governance”, managing body of the Operational Program “Good Governance” in the Administration of the Ministry advice.
Coordinates the development of the indicative annual work programs and supervises the processes of selection and conclusion of contracts for the provision of non-grant financial assistance under procedures for the development of e-government, improvement of administrative services for citizens and businesses electronically, development and improvement of primary registers for provision of internal administrative electronic services. Participates in prioritization of funding measures.
Leads the development of the Operational Program “Good Governance”, which outlines the priorities for funding from the European Union for measures related to the implementation of administrative reform and the introduction of e-government, including e-justice. Conducts negotiations with the European Commission for the adoption of the operational program.