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State in the smartphone

07 June 2019, 13:27

    The next week is scheduled for the first expert discussion of the draft concept of "State in the smartphone" / This was advised by the President of Ukraine Mikhail Fedorov.
   "As part of the concept development, we held the first meeting with representatives of the Estonian Academy of Electronic Governance, one of the key areas of which is the digital transformation of public administration. Today, the Academy is the global consulting center that provided expert or project assistance to over 50 countries of the world" , - said Fedorov.
   He also added that Estonian experience is considered one of the best in the world. "Therefore, it is very important that Estonia is already a reliable partner of Ukraine in the field of e-governance development and plans further expansion of expert and technical assistance in the introduction of the Trembita data exchange system and the modernization of registers," said the Advisor to the President.
The next working meeting is planned already in the beginning of next week in Tallinn, where the representatives of the Estonian government will present best practices and recommendations for the project "State on the smartphone" concept.
   "One of the important areas of the concept discussed with experts is the development of electronic identification in Ukraine. We strive to quickly provide citizens with reliable, convenient and safe means of electronic identification, which will help Ukrainians in the near future not to go to officials on permits and certificates, registration social assistance, business registration, etc., and to receive these services without leaving the house or office ", - explained Fedorov.
   For his part, the First Deputy Head of the State Agency for E-Governance Alexey Viskub noted that today e-identification such as electronic signature, MobileID, BankID, ID-card is available to citizens, but their level of use is very low. Among the reasons are lack of relevant skills, complex regulatory procedures, lack of available information and a widespread provision of these services, outdated technologies. Answers to all these challenges will be presented in a new concept and appropriate plan. According to him, by the end of 2019 Ukrainians should have access to more than 200 priority electronic services. But Ukrainians will feel their benefits only if the e-identification is successfully developed.

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