The Government's policy on deregulation, changes in government and transfer of administrative services provided by the state into the online regime has allowed to make 128 public services available online. This was announced by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman.
Volodymyr Groysman stressed that today the range of e-services makes it possible to submit a package of documents for financial assistance from the state for a newborn child, to start a business both for individual entrepreneur and limited liability company, to receive a subsidy and even to apply for a pension.
It is important that all of these services are available to people who are unable to apply online. A network of centers of administrative service provision is established to help such citizens. Today, the number of such centers is approaching 800 across the country. Most of them are located in the centers of the consolidated communities.
"When talking about ’the State in a smartphone’ today, we have to mention that there are already 128 different e-services in the smartphone. Obviously, this system will need improvement. I stand for reducing the bureaucratic demands for the citizens", Volodymyr Groysman stressed.