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Gorshenin Institute to hold roundtable on use of information resource by Ukraine

A roundtable will be held at Gorshenin Institute at noon on Wednesday, 2 March 2016.

Gorshenin Institute to hold roundtable on use of information resource by Ukraine
Photo: Gorshenin Institute

WHAT DOES UKRAINE LOSE NOT USING ITS INFORMATION RESOURCE?

Organized by: Gorshenin Institute, Anna Yaroslavna Collegium

Questions to be discussed:

1. Guaranteed access to information without information. What does Ukraine lose without the strategic information resource – geospatial database, NSDI?

2. Geospatial database as the basis of the electronic government. Is the technocratic government possible without information resource?

3. Problems of NSDI introduction. Technological availability of Ukraine. Who and why is against the NSDI introduction?

4. The role of NSDI in the development of land market. “Carve-up” of land and subsoil as the price for NSDI introduction.

5. European integration in the NSDI format. Roadmap of transition to European information standards. 

Roundtable participants:

Oleh Rybachuk, head and co-founder of the Centre UA, NGO

Vira Nanivska, head of Anna Yaroslavna Collegium

Andriy Tarnopolskyy, head of Centre for Geospatial Database of Ukraine NGO

Valentyna Poltavets, CEO of the Association of Small Towns of Ukraine.

Invited experts:

Shamil Ibatulin, Doctor of Economics, Professor, acting academician-secretary of the Department of Land Economy and Provisions of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine.

Volodymyr Lytvyn, deputy head of Oschadbank

Andrii Stetsevych, deputy head of Oschadbank

Moderator: Sonia Koshkina, LB.ua editor in chief

For accreditation, call (044) 230 49 62.

Any coverage of the event must mention the discussion organizers, Gorshenin Institute and Anna Yaroslavna Collegium.

The presentation will be held at 18b, Mala Zhytomyrska Street, Kiev (enter through the arch from Mykhaylivskyy Lane).

Please note that the discussion is held in Ukrainian and Russian only, and no translation is provided by Gorshenin Institute. You are welcome to bring your own interpreter should you require so.