The Ministry of Digital Transformation has developed the Diia.Engine platform, which will allow government agencies to create public registers and facilitate their management.
The ministry’s press service said on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.
“We have launched Diia.Engine to accelerate digitisation. More than 20 electronic registers are being created on the platform as part of the Innolab Project, and new online public services will be launched on their basis,” the statement said.
In the near future, the Ministry of Agricultural Policy will digitise its crop accounting system, which will allow agronomists to receive seed documents faster and track them from field to shelf.
The Ministry of Digital Transformation has also announced the launch of a grain warehouse document register, making it easier to track the amount of grain in elevators.
In addition, registers are being prepared, including pet registration systems, blood systems, notification systems for cosmetics, food additives, disinfectants, licensing registers of the Ministry of Interior, media entities of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting, and others.
According to the Ministry of Digital Transformation, 20 registers are being implemented with the support of the German government as part of projects implemented by GIZ Ukraine and with the help of the Eastern Europe Foundation.
It should be noted that the development of the platform concept, the interaction of the registers on the platform through the Trembita system, and the deployment of the first registers on the platform were supported by the European Union within the EU4DigitalUA project, implemented by the Estonian e-Governance Academy.
As reported, the Ministry of Digital Transformation, the IT Ukraine Association, and the TopLead agency have created the first catalogue of Ukrainian IT companies and IT products.