During a meeting with Director for Development and Strategy of the Estonian e-Governance Academy in Kyiv we have outlined a clear road map of implementation of the project EGOV4UKRAINE ("Support for e-governance decentralization in Ukraine"). This is another step facilitating the development of high quality services provision in communities. This was announced by Vice Prime Minister/ Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko.
He also noted that the roadmap for the project will include the following objectives:
1) creation of a single platform for interaction of all electronic registers and connecting to it of the existing Administrative Services Centres (ASCs) at the level of districts and regions;
2) development of a standard technical solution – "place of operation" of ASCs in Consolidated Communities with connecting them to the single platform.
"Such an approach has been successfully introduced in Estonia. By late February we will elaborate a uniform technical design specification to announce a tender for the purchase of systems. Aftermath – development and implementation of universal and effective IT architecture which will take at least six months," said Hennadii Zubko.
It’s worth noting that on January 23 in the framework of the official visit of the Ukrainian delegation to the Republic of Estonia headed by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, Hennadii Zubko announced about the arrangement with Estonia about signing of the Memorandum on implementation of the project “Support for e-governance decentralization in Ukraine” (EGOV4UKRAINE). The total EGOV4UKRAINE project cost is 5.7 million euros.