On Monday, 1 October at the National Museum in Belgrade, the conference "Towards a Paperless Administration" presented the new regulatory framework for the development of electronic business and e-government, and marked the beginning of implementation of the Company Law which finally abolished the use of stamps for businesses.
The new Company Law prescribes that businesses can no longer be imposed the need to use stamps by any sectorial laws. The Law abolished the provisions of even 10 laws and 107 by-law mentioning stamps. This means that businesses and entrepreneurs registered after 1 October will no longer need to create their stamp, while the existing ones will be able to gradually eliminate them from use.
Starting from 1 October, businesses will be able to report institutions that require the use of stamp on any document, via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, while starting from 1 November, the Government's Office for IT an E-Government in cooperation will NALED will launch a Call center providing support to public officers, citizens and businesses regarding the use of electronic services and electronic exchange of data.