Closed beta testing of the updated functions of personal accounts on the DREAM platform has started. The new functions were developed based on the experience of communities in DREAM and the results of consultations with donors and project investors.
"In June, during the Ukraine Recovery Conference in London, we presented a demo version of the public part of the DREAM ecosystem and a step-by-step plan for its further development and implementation. One of the first steps is to update the functionality for project initiators. This meets the expectations of international partners who, in particular, finance reconstruction projects.
Now it is necessary to test the updated functions so that communities, as the main initiators of recovery projects, learn how to use all the tools of the system. Our team will take into account their feedback to further improve the system, as it is our tool for accelerating recovery," said Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine, Minister for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine.
Among the main innovations:
The Recovery Agency and all its regional services were the first to use the new features. Other testers include 100 communities that will receive funds from the Fund for Elimination of the Consequences of the Armed Aggression of the russian federation and the Recovery Program of Ukraine. The closed testing will last for a month. Starting in October, the new features will be available to all users of the DREAM platform.
The Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development, the Recovery Agency, and DREAM - the State Digital Ecosystem for Recovery Management, created on the basis of the Open Contracting Partnership with the support of Transparency International Ukraine and the BRDO, in close cooperation with civil society and international partners, are developing and implementing the state electronic ecosystem DREAM. The ecosystem provides a single digital route for all reconstruction projects. The development of the system is funded by the UK Government.