News open data portal resumed work for the first time since the beginning of the war

The open data portal has resumed operation for the first time since the start of a full-scale war.

According to Ukrinform, the Ministry of Digital Transformation informs about this in Telegram.

“Before the Russian invasion, Ukraine was one of the leaders in terms of open data development. According to the Open Data Maturity rating, last year Ukraine ranked sixth among all European countries in terms of data openness.

At the beginning of the Russian invasion, access to the portal had to be restricted to protect the interests of the state.

The Ministry of Digital Transformation analyzed the published data sets and temporarily removed from public access information that could pose a threat to national security and opened a portal for public access.

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The ministry noted that they continue to develop the field of open data: they are developing amendments to the legislation on new rules for access to open data during martial law in Ukraine and expanding the list of open data sets to add information that will be necessary to create a recovery plan for Ukraine.

You can get acquainted with the project and send proposals by the link.

As Ukrinform reported, the service of ordering a duplicate of a number of documents issued by the State Registration of Civil Status Acts is available on the Diya portal.

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