EU starts €17.4 million DT4UA project to support Ukraine’s digital transformation

  • Date: 03/03/23
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The ‘Digital transformation for Ukraine’ (DT4UA) project will improve the efficiency, security and accessibility of public services for citizens and businesses in Ukraine in line with EU requirements. It will also provide rapid response to the needs caused by the war and empower daily governance. The European Union funded project launched in November 2022 with a budget of 17.4 million euro. This is the largest project support for Ukraine’s digital transformation, which already received over 51 million euro of EU support since 2016. 

The Estonian e-Governance Academy leads the implementation of the DT4UA project budget and activities. The project will be realised in collaboration with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine and other stakeholders. 

The DT4UA project focuses on four priority areas: 

  1. developing digital services and a services provision environment for the ‘Diia’ e-governance web portal and mobile application;
  2. improving security and data exchange between authorities’ electronic registers and service providers;
  3. developing the eID infrastructure in line with the eIDAS regulation, technical prerequisites for the recognition of Ukrainian trust services (digital identity and digital signature) in EU countries;
  4. developing a secure, safe e-Case management system, enabling more efficient and transparent processing of criminal cases. 

The project DT4UA is built upon the achievements of the EGOV4UKRAINE and EU4DigitalUA projects. 

Further information

See the full story on the website of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine.