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  • Ministry of Regional Development, Building, Housing and Utilities tops the BRDO ranking "Capacity for Dialogue"
    posted 26 July 2017 12:29

    The Ministry of Regional Development, Building, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine has become a leader among all the ministries in four key criteria in the Capacity for Dialogue rating, which was conducted and presented by the experts of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO). This was announced by Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing Hennadii Zubko at his Facebook page.

    According to Hennadii Zubko, the regulatory policy of the chaired by him Ministry is determined by the willingness to inform the society, to assess the effectiveness of their particular regulation measures and the ability to be predictable for society.

    "We are aware that requirements for efficiency in the information society contain readiness for a systematic dialogue. We engage in maintaining a dialogue with industry associations, citizen associations, business representatives. Regulatory policy requires timely and accurate informing about the planned actions and relevant draft documents. The important factors are precise analysis and monitoring of their regulatory influence", said the Vice Prime Minister.

    Background

    Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) – an independent non-governmental structure which was created by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine and foreign partners: the World Bank and the Government of Canada.

    BRDO is being funded by international donors to speed up the reform process in Ukraine. BRDO experts seek to implement effective regulation through a partnership of the state and business.

    The goals and objectives of the BRDO include as follows: to analyze the existing regulatory environment by the most important areas for small and medium business; to build a “regulatory tree” – a list of regulations covering the issue; to estimate these regulations in terms of efficiency and usefulness; to assess compliance of regulations with international obligations.