Ukraine has started working on the EU-funded project “Controlling Recovery Costs”.

The project envisages the creation of a system of independent monitoring of budget and donor funds, EU Delegation reported.

A separate online platform, Big Rcovery Portal, will be developed to implement the project. It will allow:

  • maintain an open database of recovery projects;
  • monitor expenditures;
  • analyze the priority and feasibility of projects, their risks and possible disadvantages;
  • engage citizens and civil society organizations in monitoring.

The portal will interact with the DREAM digital recovery ecosystem. The Ministry of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure is working on it together with the RISE coalition.

The platform for monitoring recovery costs will be integrated into the Prozzoro e-procurement system and the database of facilities destroyed by Russian aggression and other open data sources.

The Progress Technologies team will develop the portal, and the Center for Economic Strategy and the Institute for Economic and Political Studies will provide the analytical component.

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