The opening ceremony was attended by the head of Presidential Administration of the Kyrgyz Republic, Dosaly Esenaliev, as well as the former President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Roza Otunbayeva. The sector of information technologies has an important role for the economic development, as well as interaction with business in the process of digital transformations. The community also focused on the need to involve all interested parties and conference participants in digital changes. The main participants of the conference were representatives of state bodies. The purpose of the conference was to review the latest technologies and approaches to speeding up the process of digital transformation and the development of new and improved public services. In the framework of the conference, in addition to presentations on the improvement of management processes, residents of the High Technology Park of the Kyrgyz Republic demonstrated their developments in the field of health care and education. They presented innovative solutions in the field of blockchain technology application, as well as artificial intelligence. The following companies presented their stands: MaksSoft, PutInBite, Siroka Technology, Ulut Soft, Center for Business and Innovation, Mad Devs, Zensoft, Infocom, Svetofor and DevCIT. The practical part of the conference was the Hakaton “Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration and Services”. It was attended by university students and young professionals (70 participants in total). Participants worked for 24 hours to propose a concept and implementation plan for a project on the use of artificial intelligence in order to increase the efficiency of public administration and the use of public services. At the end of the program, experts from the USA in artificial intelligence were invited. They conducted practical trainings for HTP resident companies on the topic “Natural language processing (NLP) – creation of smart chat bots”. This event became possible by the joint efforts of the Presidential Administration of the Kyrgyz Republic, the High Technology Park of the Kyrgyz Republic, the American Councils for International Education (ACTR / ACCELS), the American University in Central Asia (AUCA) and Neobis Clubs with the financial support of the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic.