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  • Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine

    The Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is an advisory body that assists the Government of Ukraine in developing and implementing priority reforms.

    The Reforms Delivery Office (RDO) coordinates and supports the work of the Secretariat of the Multi-agency Donor Coordination Platform for Ukraine on the Ukrainian government side.

    With the expertise of our specialists and international experience, the Reforms Delivery Office supports the Cabinet of Ministers and guides priority reforms from problem analysis to developing a mechanism for implementation, monitoring effectiveness and communicating change.

    The RDO team also participates in the organisation of the annual Ukraine Recovery Conference.

    The Reforms Delivery Office is the part of Ukraine Reform Architecture Project (URA), supported by EBRD and the EBRD’s Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, the largest donor).

    The Head of the Reforms Delivery Office is the Prime Minister of Ukraine. Management is carried out by the Executive Director of the Reforms Delivery Office.

    Contact information: rdo@kmu.gov.ua; +38 (044) 256-75-23.


    Documents

    Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministres of Ukraine from 11 October 2016 №768 "About Reforms Delivery Office Foundation" (In Ukrainian)

    Reforms in Ukraine: Progress in 2017 and Priorities for 2018, February 2018

    Reforms in Ukraine: Progress and Priorities, June 2018

    Reforms in Ukraine 2016-2019: Irreversibility of Changes 

    Our Team

    Tatyana Kovtun

    Executive Director

    kovtun@kmu.gov.ua

    She has extensive expertise and practical experience in effective governance, public administration and civil service reform, lawmaking, project management and international technical assistance coordination.

    More than 15 years of professional experience, including work in civil service and at the EU Delegation to Ukraine. For the last five years she held the position of Deputy State Secretary of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and Secretary of the Coordinating Council for Public Administration Reform. She was responsible for the implementation of the Public Administration Reform Strategy in accordance with European SIGMA / OECD principles of public administration, including strategic planning and coordination of public policy, civil service, administrative services, and administrative procedure. She worked in the EU Delegation to Ukraine, where she was responsible for anti-corruption direction and cooperation with Ukraine of the Support Group for Ukraine SGUA.

    She obtained a master's degree in public policy from the University of Minnesota and a master's degree in political science from the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.




    Andriy Kondor

    Senior Project Manager, Team Lead

    Monitoring and Reporting Team

    kondor@kmu.gov.ua

    Experienced professional in business analysis, operational and financial reporting.

    More than 10 years of experience in international companies in the fields of financial services and IT as well as in non-profit organisations.

    Key areas of expertise – team and project management, development and implementation of executive reporting and analytics products.

    MSc in Economics. Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant, ACCA, UK.

    Mariia Shevchuk 

    Project Manager

    Monitoring and Reporting Team

    shevchuk@kmu.gov.ua 

    Specialist in the field of consulting and support in ensuring timely and effective monitoring of reforms communication and implementation.

    Has 5+ years of experience in the management and implementation of international technical assistance projects.

    Key competencies – monitoring of project implementation and reporting, supervision and management of organizational and operational operations, preparation of analytical materials.

    Graduated with a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

    Iuliia Zaichenko

    Senior Project Manager

    Public Administration Reform

    Improving the reorganization of CEBs

    Has more than 7 years of project management experience being a leader or analytic and researcher. Since 2015 has been working with the key justice reforms coordination and analytics. Also worked as an analytics and consultancy with reforms support for the EDGE project in Ukraine. Since 2017 till 2019 was at the position of a Director General for the Strategic Planning and European Integration Directorate at the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine where was leading donors’ coordination, budget planning, strategic planning, reforms monitoring, coordination of cooperation with EU on Justice, freedom and security sphere. From 2019 became part of the EU-UNDP Parliamentary reform project team, namely: Deputy Head of Parliamentary Reform Office with the key responsibilities on the complex’s reform of legislative process and parliamentary oversight practices development.

    Has a Master of Law degree. In 2013 got LL.M. degree in International and European Business Law from Jean-Moulin University Lyon 3, France. Also did studies and training courses in Austria, Greece, Latvia, the Netherlands mainly with the focus on EU law, good governance, human rights.


    Serhii Nikolaychuk 

    Project Manager

    Public Administration Reform

    Salary Reform

    s.nikolaichuk@kmu.gov.ua 

    Expert in the implementation of innovative technical projects in industry IT.

    Experienced in the implementation of an electronic document management system at SСMU.

    Experienced professional in business analysis, e-governance, inter-agency document workflow project. More than 10 years of experience in international companies, experience in project management, business process automation.

    Graduated from the National Mining University with a degree in "Information Technology". Graduated from NMetAU of Ukrainian Academy in "Management". Graduated from IT School in "Diving into Business Analysis", "Diving into Project Management".

    Andrii Martyn

    Senior Project Manager

    Land Reform

    A well-known specialist in land and agrarian policy, land surveying, real estate valuation, land cadastre, licensing system, and land law.

    Has more than 20 years of experience in the public (design and research institutions in land surveying and land valuation) and private sector (legal and engineering consulting). Worked as Deputy Director for Technical Issues in the World Bank’s "Rural Land Titling and Cadastre Development Project for Ukraine", an expert on USAID, UNDP, and OECD projects. Developer and co-developer of many legal acts on land relations, land decentralization, and deregulation, land management, land valuation, spatial planning, and geospatial data infrastructure in Ukraine.

    Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, thesis topic "Regulation of the Land Market in Ukraine". Member of the Council for the National Infrastructure of Geospatial Data, and member of the Commission for the Audit of Damages Caused to Ukraine as a Result of Armed Aggression by the Russian Federation.

    Graduated from the National Agrarian University in "Land Surveying and Cadastre", "Law" and "Forestry". Attended professional training programs in Poland, Germany, France, and the USA. Certified land surveyor and geodesist, land appraiser, auctioneer for conducting land auctions, a specialist in the sale of state property in the process of privatization, and forensic expert.

    Maryna Denysiuk

    Senior Project Manager, Team Lead 

    Green Deal Coordination

    denysiuk@kmu.gov.ua

    Experienced professional in government relations, project management, team coordination and leadership, sectoral issues such as Green Deal policy, industrial ecology, waste management, climate change and investment in renewable energy and environmental projects in Ukraine.

    Since February 2022, she has made a significant contribution to the completion of the EU questionnaire in the fields of environmental protection and energy and led the team for the coordination and preparation of the draft Recovery Plan of Ukraine in 24 directions, the finalisation of the plan and its generalisation.

    More than 2 years of experience in the field of government relations, consulting in the field of environmental protection system, climate action and coordination of European Green Deal initiatives at the level of the Ukrainian government. 7 years of experience in project management in the field of industrial energy efficiency and green energy, 17 personal projects and over 30 as a project team leader under the Kyoto Protocol in areas such as thermal energy generation and distribution, alternative and small energy, landfill degassing, water and electricity distribution networks, chemical enterprises, coal mining and processing, energy efficiency in industrial enterprises, etc.

    Key competencies - building and managing an effective team, technical review of the project, implementation of changes.

    Olena Kotliarova

    Senior Project Manager, Team Lead

    System of ITA Coordination

    kotlyarova@kmu.gov.ua 

    Expert in the field of international cooperation, European integration and international technical assistance. Experience in the corporate and public sector for more than 12 years. Coordinated the

    international cooperation on decentralization reform, established the Decentralization Donor Board under the Minregion, coordinated the ITA projects on decentralization reform. Law degree.

    Nataliia Vyniarchuk

    Project Manager 

    System of ITA Coordination 

    Specialist in coordination of international cooperation on development finance, mobilizing financial assistance and project management.

    7+ years of experience in the field of planning, implementation and mobilizing finance for projects in the field of local development, civic initiatives in support of reforms in the field of accountability, public procurement oversight and anti-corruption, and consulting on international aid coordination at the state level. She did a one-year traineeship program at the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the Operations Directorate (EU Neighbourhood countries) with a focus on the Eastern Partnership and the Projects Directorate with a focus on environmental, social anf governance standards compliance (ESG) and gender mainstreaming in projects finance.

    From 2022, she leads the preparation and coordination of stakeholders on behalf of the Reforms Delivery Office in the framework of preparation of the International Recovery Conference in Lugano.

    She is a scholar of the European Commission program and Master of European Economic Integration (College of Europe, Belgium) and fellow of the Policy Design program from the German Marshal Fund. She completed a course at Lund University on transparency and public sector reform and Malmö University on sustainable public administration. She holds a major in International Economic Relations from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with distinction.

    Liliia Horbatiuk

    Senior Project Manager

    Privatization

    Experience in foreign economic projects more than 10 years, legal support of projects in the public and private sectors of the economy in the field of construction, infrastructure development, decentralization of management, etc. Participation in the preparation and support of the launch of Roads Development Project with the World Bank, the Project of Technical Support "Modernization and improvement of road safety in Ukraine", other investment projects with the EIB and the EBRD. Previous project - USAID EDGE (Corporate Governance and Privatization Advisor), earlier - the expert of the government-public initiative "Together against corruption", legal support for state property management issues and corporate rights of the state, institutional strengthening, coordination and drafting of acts on increasing transparency and decentralization of public administration in the field of road transport.

    Lawyer "Legal support of entrepreneurial activity" (Humanitarian Institute of KNLU). Alumnus of program “Data based policy writing and visualisation” (School of Public Management UCU). MBA degree of International Institute of Management (MIM-Kyiv).


    Ievgeniia Bodnya

    Project Manager

    Corporate Governance

    Ievgeniia Bodnya is an experienced professional working in legal and public policy analysis, stakeholders engagement and international development spheres for more than five years.

    Since February 2022, Ievgeniia has joined the team for the coordination and preparation of the draft Recovery Plan of Ukraine in 24 directions, preparation of the Ukraine Recovery Conference and coordination of stakeholders in the recovery process of Ukraine.

    Ievgeniia has expertise in corporate governance for state-owned enterprises and implementing OECD Guidelines on corporate governance. Worked in the international organization focusing on developing durable solutions for internally displaced people in livelihood and affordable housing spheres. Participated in sectoral reform implementation and European integration projects with the Government Office for Coordination on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.

    Graduated from the University of Cambridge, MPhil in Public Policy programme, WorldWideStudies and Cambridge Trust scholarship holder, worked at the UK Department for Transport. Completed Erasmus Programme at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, summer academy on human rights, public administration and decentralisation at Lund University, participant of the European Forum Alpbach in 2018, 2020 and 2022. Currently, Ievgeniia is studying at the Stern Leadership Academy under the Stanford Graduate School of Business program. Ievgeniia is a member of the Global Shaper community, she was selected to represent Kyiv Hub at the World Economic Forum at Davos 2022.

    Olga Makogon

    Project Manager

    Reform of the Social Support System

    Areas of expertise: Harmonisation of Ukrainian labour legislation with the EU acquis, labour migration management, EU social policy.

    Areas of work: Return of citizens temporarily displaced, especially abroad, and their integration into the socio-economic life of a state; veterans policy, the transition from military service to civilian life; social protection; protection of children's rights and return of children temporarily displaced abroad.

    Prior to joining the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers she headed the State Employment Service, was Editor-in-Chief of People Management magazine and worked as an independent consultant on the strategic development of human resource management and industrial relations.

    Olga holds a PhD in Law, a degree from the Academy of Advocacy of Ukraine, the National University of Physical Education and Sport, an international HR certification and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (UK).
    Zhanna Panchenko  


    Senior Communication Manager

    Public Administration Reform

    zpanchenko@kmu.gov.ua 

    Expert in strategic communication and reputation management, PhD in political science. More than 10 years of professional experience in corporate and public communication.

    Zhanna has provided communications support for the government's reform priorities, including public administration reform. She was responsible for the implementation of the communications campaign "New State Service. Become a Leader of Change" in 2017-2018, an advocacy campaign in support of the draft law on a new administrative procedure, etc.

    She is responsible for communications support for the annual international Ukraine Recovery Conference (formerly Ukraine Reform Conference). She has been involved in the organisation of the URC in Copenhagen (Denmark), Toronto (Canada), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Lugano (Switzerland).

    She participated in the development and implementation of strategic communication trainings for the State Employment Service of Ukraine and state authorities of the security and defence sector of Ukraine in the framework of cooperation with the NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Ukraine. In 2016-2017, she was the Deputy Director of the Communication Centre of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. She developed the courses "Government Communication Campaigns" and "Reputation Management in International Relations" at the Institute of International Relations.

    She interned at the Government of Estonia Communications Office as part of the Humeria programme and at the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom. She completed the OSCE Dialogue Tools and Facilitation Programme. She is a graduate of the Institute of International Relations of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.  Enrolled for MA in Strategic Communications, War Studies Department, King's College London.

    Yaroslava Prokopenko

    Senior Campaigns Manager

    EU and Euro-Atlantic Integration

    12 years of experience in corporate and public sector communication. Worked with communication on electoral reform, advocacy of sanctions for MPs for impersonal voting, introduction of new reporting standards for MPs, implementation of political parties finances reform, educational campaigns for responsible voting for voters.

    More than 5 years of experience in the field of European integration of Ukraine: consulting on internal communications reforms of the EU Delegation to Ukraine, the campaign of the EU Delegation to Ukraine "Moving Forward Together" about the advantages, opportunities of EU-Ukraine cooperation, as well as the results of the EU support to Ukraine in 16 sectors (2017-2019), UA’s government communication campaign on the EU values and the achievements of Ukraine's European integration - EUКраїна (2021), campaign in support of granting the status of a candidate for EU membership to Ukraine (2022), consulting in the development of the Government Communication Strategy on the European integration of Ukraine until 2026 (2021-2022).

    Trainer on communication for the projects of the European Union in Ukraine, the International Labor Organization in Ukraine, the State Labor Service of Ukraine and bodies of the Security and Defense Sector of Ukraine. 

    Co-author of the Manual “Informing and engaging citizens. Recommendations for all stages of creating and operating Administrative Service Centres” by U-Lead with Europe programme.

    Graduated from the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University.  Enrolled for MA in Strategic Communications, War Studies Department, King's College London.

    Victoria Ostapchenko

    Communication Manager 

    Human Development

    ostapchenko@kmu.gov.ua  

    Experience in developing communication strategies and implementing information campaigns.

    Participated in the development of the information campaign on decentralization, implementation of the communication campaign for internally displaced persons. Coordinated the work of conducting the communication audit. Took part in developing the reform of government communications.

    Coordinated the development of the communication strategy and a new visual identity for the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Participated in the development of communication strategy and implementation of communication campaigns in the field of education and science for the EU Delegation to Ukraine under the umbrella "Moving Forward Together".

    Master's degree in organizational management. Studied at the Charted Institute of Marketing, has an EECMD diploma.


    Vadym Pavlenko

    Graphics Designer

    Visual communications specialist. Extensive experience in the social sphere, branding, printing, mass media and advertising. In the past, was a Leading specialist at the Public Health Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

    Graduated from the Poltava University of Economics and Trade, postgraduate education at the V. M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.