: Ukraine rapidly develops online communication between government and public

20:08 Aug. 1, 2016

Ukraine rapidly develops online communication between government and public

President Petro Poroshenko signed the law on implementing PROZORRO system, Kyiv, Ukraine, June 1, 2016 (UNIAN Photo)

Recent UN report on e-government and e-participation shows significant progress

During the last two years, Ukraine has risen by 25 points in e-government and by 45 points – in e-participation. In the general rating, Ukraine's rank is 62.

Such a success is a result of hard work. During the last two years, Ukraine implemented laws on open data, e-petitions, access to data on proprietorship etc. Multiple online services have started to work – from e-procurements Prozorro to online maps. Ukraine has implemented online services in different business sectors – building, agricultural industry, ecological sector, foreign trade, justice system.

Read more Public procurement of Ukraine's central government bodies transferred to ProZorro e-system

Substantial improvements were done in implementing e-services in the public sector.


According to the United Nations E-Government Survey 2016, United Kingdom is the country that has the most progress in developing online government. 


 The full report

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