USAID and UK aid funded Ukraine transparency program presents report on mapping state registriesOn May 19, 2017, the USAID and UK aid-funded Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services program presented a comprehensive report on the Ukrainian government’s electronic information resources. The first of its kind in Ukraine, the report presents in-depth research and analysis on government’s electronic registers (databases) in the country. The report informs the development of a clear implementation plan for electronic interaction among public registers as part of Ukraine’s effort to introduce efficient and transparent e-services. More than 100 stakeholders, including Ukrainian government officials, the donor community and representatives of civil society, were in attendance.

Implemented by Eurasia Foundation and its consortium, the Ukraine Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services is a five-year, $18.5 million program that works with Ukrainian citizens, the central government, and municipalities to improve public procurement, eServices, and access to public data to help reduce corruption.