Shmygal presented a new program of the Cabinet of Ministers to the “servants”

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Shmygal’s Cabinet of Ministers has been working for almost two years without an activity program

The prime minister came to a visiting session of the faction in Truskavets and presented the government’s program of activities.

Prime Minister Denis Shmygal at a meeting of the Servant of the People faction in Truskavets presented an updated program of government activities, informs press service of the Cabinet.

According to the prime minister, the program includes joint developments of officials, parliamentarians and representatives of the President’s Office, as well as more than 500 attracted experts.

“The document includes the best world practices of organizing the work of the entire government. The program consists of three groups of national priorities; citizens, state, economy. Then there are 12 national priorities, which contain 97 tasks and more than 2000 events,” Shmygal said.

He called the goal of the program: service for citizens; predictable sources of funding; achievement of expected results; control over execution.

Permier noted that the approach to the implementation of the program will change. It will provide for a high-quality filling of the document through the involvement of experts, analysts, business and the public. And also the use of IT-tools that will allow the program to be efficiently executed.

“The IT tool has already included all the tasks facing the Cabinet of Ministers and ministries, hundreds of indicators and timelines, which will allow real-time understanding of how results are achieved,” Shmygal said.

We will remind, last year the Verkhovna Rada first sent for revision the program of the Cabinet Shmygal, calling it an “abstract”, and then rejected and revised document… The government has been preparing the new program for over a year.

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