The Ministry of Digital Transformation plans to launch the Government BI (GBI) analytical system. The project is planned to be scaled to other central bodies of the executive power of Ukraine after beta testing.
It was announced by Oleksandr Bornyakov, the Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for IT Development
The analytical system will use artificial intelligence tools. At the final stages of project implementation it is planned to develop the BigData institutes, which will develop an open data system when all information from state bodies will be integrated among themselves.
“Large arrays of data, dynamism of events and not always prompt exchange of information between state bodies — all this affects the quality of management decisions. We believe that this process can be optimized with analytical tools. The Government BI project will enable government bodies to quickly collect masses of information and take it into account when making decisions. GBI will not replace people, but it will help them process data and, through the prism of analytics, will tell what to do in a particular situation and how a certain decision will affect indicators of state development and people’s well-being,” — said Oleksandr Bornyakov
The Ministry of Digital Transformation plans to digitize the State Statistics Service. The audit began in 2021, with active development during the full-scale Russian invasion. The new IT solution is available already in test mode – the first studies are being transferred there.
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