The EU, in the framework of the Association4U project, and in cooperation with the Ukrainian government, has launched the development of a new online management system for the European integration process, ‘Accession Pulse’.
It will replace the existing EU-Ukraine Association Agreement monitoring tool available at http://pulse.eu-ua.org/ and will be more functionally adapted to the needs of public administration bodies on the road to EU accession, in line with Ukraine’s status as a candidate country for EU membership.
“This initiative is crucial, as it will equip Ukraine’s institutions with an IT tool that will help them to optimise the political, institutional and economic reforms with a view to Union membership,” said Rémi Duflot, Deputy Head of EU Delegation to Ukraine.
The new system will include a number of effective IT solutions: a virtual workspace to connect all institutions involved in the process, including the Government and the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine; efficient document, content and workflow management, ensuring interoperability with existing systems and databases (government programmes, recovery plan, legislation, translations, general legal acts, etc.), and an extensive search engine, advanced analytics and reporting on various issues arising from the data processed through the system.
The project launched a call inviting potential suppliers of IT services open until 15 October.
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