MINISTRY FOR REINTEGRATION PLANS TO DIGITIZE THE MINISTRY'S SERVICES

17.09.2020 | 10:35

The Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporary Occupied Territories together with the Ministry of Digital Transformation is working on digitalization of public services.

Deputy Minister Snaver Seitkhaliliev stated the aforementioned during the opening of the third regional forum "Science. Business. Innovations" in Sloviansk (Donetsk oblast).

“The digital transformation of the country is one of the strategic priorities of the Government. We know that the success of the "digital" transition is possible only when the digital transformation will become an agenda in all spheres of everyday life of communities, business and government. At the Ministry for Reintegration, we want millions of Ukrainian citizens who were forced to leave their homes due to the armed aggression of Russia and the occupation of our territories, namely IDPs, Ukrainian citizens who now live in the occupation regime, along with other citizens of Ukraine, to have free access to public services and services online,” noted Snaver Seitkhaliliev.

According to him, the Ministry for Reintegration together with the Ministry of Digital Transformation launched reengineering of all existing public services within the Ministry. Already in October, within the framework of a joint project with the Ministry of Digital Transformation and the Ministry of Social Policy, an electronic certificate of IDP will be introduced in the mobile application "Dia". An algorithm is being considered to provide an opportunity for citizens to submit an online application for compensation for destroyed housing, legal protection assistance and other services that are now available only offline.

“We are also working on the establishment of an algorithm of remote identification of citizens who reside in the TOT to use public services. So that thousands of people who are currently obtaining pension payments, have the opportunity to be identified without having to cross the EECP every 2 months,” said the Deputy Minister for Reintegration.

In addition, he noted that the Ministry, within the framework of establishment of a unified information system, plans to completely update the portal of socio-economic development, on the basis of which the decision-making system will be implemented. “We also consider the development of e-democracy, establishment of digital culture and attraction of citizens to transparent self-government is a crucial priority,” stated Snaver Seitkhaliliev.


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MINISTRY FOR REINTEGRATION PLANS TO DIGITIZE THE MINISTRY'S SERVICES

17.09.2020 | 10:35

The Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporary Occupied Territories together with the Ministry of Digital Transformation is working on digitalization of public services.

Deputy Minister Snaver Seitkhaliliev stated the aforementioned during the opening of the third regional forum "Science. Business. Innovations" in Sloviansk (Donetsk oblast).

“The digital transformation of the country is one of the strategic priorities of the Government. We know that the success of the "digital" transition is possible only when the digital transformation will become an agenda in all spheres of everyday life of communities, business and government. At the Ministry for Reintegration, we want millions of Ukrainian citizens who were forced to leave their homes due to the armed aggression of Russia and the occupation of our territories, namely IDPs, Ukrainian citizens who now live in the occupation regime, along with other citizens of Ukraine, to have free access to public services and services online,” noted Snaver Seitkhaliliev.

According to him, the Ministry for Reintegration together with the Ministry of Digital Transformation launched reengineering of all existing public services within the Ministry. Already in October, within the framework of a joint project with the Ministry of Digital Transformation and the Ministry of Social Policy, an electronic certificate of IDP will be introduced in the mobile application "Dia". An algorithm is being considered to provide an opportunity for citizens to submit an online application for compensation for destroyed housing, legal protection assistance and other services that are now available only offline.

“We are also working on the establishment of an algorithm of remote identification of citizens who reside in the TOT to use public services. So that thousands of people who are currently obtaining pension payments, have the opportunity to be identified without having to cross the EECP every 2 months,” said the Deputy Minister for Reintegration.

In addition, he noted that the Ministry, within the framework of establishment of a unified information system, plans to completely update the portal of socio-economic development, on the basis of which the decision-making system will be implemented. “We also consider the development of e-democracy, establishment of digital culture and attraction of citizens to transparent self-government is a crucial priority,” stated Snaver Seitkhaliliev.