One of the key goals of the Ministry of Digital Transformation is to transfer 100% of public services online. The Trembitа system provides secure information exchange between dozens of state electronic registers. Thus, millions of Ukrainians have the opportunity to receive most government services online. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov during the online conference "Trembita System: how we have achieved it that data run but not people."
"The EU enthusiastically supports the development of e-government in Ukraine. I am proud that the Trembita system created by the U-LEAD program with Europe is the basis of the Ukrainian e-government infrastructure. It improves the quality of e-government services at the state and local levels, ensuring the successful implementation of decentralization and digital transformation reforms in Ukraine. The EU will continue to support the Trembita system within the EU4DigitalUA project to achieve efficient, transparent and sustainable provision of public services to citizens and businesses," said Matti Maasikas, Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
It is thanks to this system that the Ministry of Digital Transformation was able to launch services such as eMaliatko and ID14. It will also allow to digitize the most popular service in Ukraine in the spring - change of place of registration.
Trembita is one of the key elements in building a digital state. Thanks to the system of secure data exchange, the Ministry of Digital Transformation has achieved extraordinary results in the field of e-government in a short period of time. We have already taken the first important step in building a digital state. In the future, we will jointly develop Trembita within the framework of another project - EU4DigitalUA," said Mykhailo Fedorov.
Trembita has enabled the improvement of data quality, optimization of registries, acceleration of work of government agencies and creating of useful services for citizens.
In addition, the connection of CASPs operating in the Vulyk (Beehive – ed.) information system to the "Trembita" opens up new opportunities for obtaining data from state electronic registers. This increases the efficiency of CASPs and helps build community capacity. This was stated by Susanna Dellans, Sida Programme Director of U-LEAD with Europe.
More than 80 state authorities and organizations have already joined Trembita. 43 state electronic information resources are registered in the industrial environment of the system. More than 180 electronic interactions have been built. In total, in 2020, more than 80 million data were exchanged through the Trembita system.
During the conference, EGOV4UKRAINE project manager Mari Pedak noted that Trembita ensures the interaction of state electronic registers and information systems and the exchange of data between them, creating a basis for the provision of electronic services to citizens and businesses.
Hannes Astok, Executive Director at the e-Governance Academy, also stressed that Ukraine is the largest country in the world with a full-fledged data exchange platform of "Estonian" origin.
The Trembita system was developed and implemented during 2016-2021 within the EGOV4UKRAINE project to support decentralization in Ukraine "U-LEAD with Europe" and IT companies Cybernetica AS (Estonia) and Soft Xpansion Ukraine. The works cost € 9.4 million and were funded by the European Union and its Member States Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Estonia and Slovenia.