Ministry of Digital Transformation and State Statistics Service develop Government BI analytical platform for high-quality management decisions
The Ministry of Digital Transformation will become a pilot government agency to test the Government BI (GBI) analytical system. Upon completion of the beta testing, the project is planned to be scaled up to other central executive authorities. This was announced by Oleksandr Borniakov, Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for IT Development.
"Large data sets, dynamic events and not always prompt exchange of information between government agencies all affect the quality of management decisions. We believe that this process can be streamlined with the help of analytical tools. The Government BI project will enable government agencies to quickly collect massive amounts of information and take it into account when making decisions. GBI will not replace people, but will help them process data and, through the prism of analytics, suggest what to do in a given situation and how a certain decision will affect the indicators of state development and people's well-being," said Oleksandr Borniakov.
The system will use artificial intelligence tools. In the final stages of the project, it is planned to build BigData institutions that will develop the open data system, when all information from government agencies will be integrated.
It should be noted that the State Statistics Service is involved in the development and implementation of the project.