The new portal of the State Statistics Service is undergoing closed testing

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The new portal of the State Statistics Service is undergoing closed testing

The Ministry of Digital Transformation has launched closed testing of the new portal of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine. This was announced by Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov:

“Quality data is the basis for making effective decisions. We are working on the reform to make the State Statistics Service a convenient information service for both society and civil servants.”

Currently, representatives of business, civil society and government agencies are testing the new portal of the State Statistics Service.

Statistics in a new way

The Ministry of Digital Transformation has developed a simple and clear logic for the user – everyone can find, filter and display data as they wish.

Also on the updated portal:

  • information is stored in a single system, not in separate files. So you can view statistics in a convenient format and work with it without downloading a bunch of files to your computer;
  • there is a “Data Bank” to work with information in the format of graphs and tables;
  • key statistical indicators are displayed in the form of dashboards. This will help to track them over time;
  • there is a calendar of information release and a reporting schedule to track releases and plan reporting.

New State Statistics Service

The new State Statistics Service portal will help to analyze and disseminate information quickly and conveniently. It will help Ukrainians to find the data they need easily, and the government to make effective decisions based on quality information.

The State Statistics Service will operate as a modern IT company so that every Ukrainian can find the information they need in a few clicks.

The State Statistics Service portal is being developed with the support of the EGAP Program implemented by the Eastern Europe Foundation and funded by Switzerland.

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