As of June 1, 2016, 31.6 thousand virtual offices of
entities entitled to manage and to receive public funds are registered at the
official public finance web portal of Ukraine – this is equal to 40% of the
total number of such entities. Ternopil, Lviv, Odessa and Mykolayiv regions are the best performers
with 56%, 52% and 51% of the local entitled entities registered online
respectively. Luhansk, Donetsk and Transcarpathian
regions have the registration rate below 30% (22%, 26% and 29% respectively).
The towns with the highest registration rate among entities
entitled to manage and to receive public funds are Netishyn
in Khmelnytsky region (82%), Chortkiv
in Ternopil region (81%), Ternivka
in Dnipropetrovsk region (79%) and Yuzhne in Odessa
The share of virtual offices with proper content update
increased to 88%.
28.8 million requests were sent to
the portal regarding transactions published at E-Data.
2.7 thousand new virtual offices
were registered in May which is 42% higher compared to April.
Volyn, as the pilot project of the
Eastern Europe Foundation and the E-Data team, delivered the strongest increase
in the registration of virtual offices which is +12%. At the same time, the
average increase of virtual offices in the regions of Ukraine was +3%. This
performance is the result of the efforts of Lutsk Region State Administration,
leading officials of Volyn district administrations
and accountants of village councils. Trainings hosted by the E-Data team proved
to be effective, the E-Data experts can refer to
concrete results of their work.
1.4 million new contracts, contract
supplements as well as certificates of acceptance and reports were registered
at the E-Data portal in May. This is by 40% more compared to April.
The registration of state-owned companies is still
problematic though – only 12% of the state-owned companies have registered
their online offices so far and started inserting data online, though five
regions in Ukraine already have 20% to 27% of state-owned companies registered
at the E-Data portal.
Another issue which still remains to be solved is the supply
of public entities with registration systems and proper Internet connection.
The E-Data team is going to improve the capacities of the
search engine at its portal soon as well as to launch a system for the check of
registration data and API for contracts and certificates of acceptance.
Thus, it can be said that the portal of the Ministry of
Finance e-data.gov.ua operates sustainably and has sufficient capacities to
maintain the increasing data base.
More details at http://www.minfin.gov.ua/en/news/view/pidsumky-travnia-na-portali-iedata-reiestratsiia-rozporiadnykiv-na-portali-dosiahla-?category=aspekti-roboti&subcategory=proekti-ministerstva-finansiv