NAUCS initiated the first phase of development of the integrated Human Resource Management Information System in the civil service

Integrated Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) is a new stage in the civil service reform.

The NAUCS began the first phase of development of the integrated HRMIS in the civil service that is considered to be the key innovation for Ukraine to regulate issues related to personnel management in government authorities.

The Project is implemented with the support of the World Bank, according to the Agreement, signed in the name of the Government by the First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine – Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv.

HRMIS is envisaged by the Strategy of Public Administration Reform in Ukraine for 2016-2020 and intended to provide modernization of processes defined by the Law of Ukraine "On Civil Service" in particular, recruitment, case management, competition procedure, eliminating unusual and redundant functions of personnel management service, roster maintenance, recording of personal data and other will be turned into digital mode that will replace in entirety the paper-based workflow and become the only system for all government authorities.

On the initiative of the Department General on Human Resources Management in the Civil Service of the NAUCS on January 30, 2018 under the chairmanship of Kostiantyn Vashchenko the first working meeting with the heads of the personnel management services of government authorities was held. In particular, the event was attended by representatives of the Secretariat of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, ministries and other departments.

At the meeting, the mission and objectives of the project, description of the algorithm of activities in directions and processes, organizational structure of the project team and stage of work were presented.

The Head of the NAUCS Kostiantyn Vashchenko admitted: "HRMIS will provide an electronic exchange of information between government authorities, improve monitoring of the effectiveness of activities, increase transparency and openness of information on human resources. We understand that the creation of such a global network system is impossible without the involvement of representatives of relevant institutions, taking into account their individual practical experience and proposals".

Director of DirectorateGeneral on Human Resources Management in the Civil Service of the NAUCS, project leader Nataliia Aliushyna underlined: "The participation of representatives of all government authorities in the process of developing the system is particularly relevant at the first phase of work within preparation of the technical task. The quality of the program, the ease of use will not only increase the motivation and productivity of the users, but also will meet the public's demand for transparency and availability of information on staffing and salaries of employees".

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