On May 28 and 4 of the current year, head of the Parliament budget office, Tata Khetaguri and representative of the cost estimates and legislative support unit, Nestan Gaprindashvili participated in the discussion of the regulatory impact of the EU Technical Assistance Project "legislative impact assessment, lawmaking process and strengthening representative skills ", hosted by the International School of Economics.
The series of discussions, organized by the European Union project, was launched on May 21 of this year and aims regulation impact assessment methodological aspect review in Georgia. The meeting of May 28, in which Nestan Gaprindashvili participated, was devoted to the importance of determining the goals of the regulation impact assessment and practices in Georgia. The purpose of the discussion on June 4 was to review the assessment methods and analytical instruments, including the cost-benefit analysis, and the basic aspects. At the meetings, discussions focused on the theoretical aspects of the above-mentioned directions, as well as practical current and potential challenges that are important for effective use of regulation impact assessment.