This question was discussed at a meeting on the creation of a reserve of workers to work in the de-occupied territories. Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk chaired the meeting.
Representatives of ministries, the National Agency for Civil Service, the Supreme Judicial Council, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, the State Bureau of Investigation, and other interested bodies, as well as the Permanent Representative of the President in the Republic of Crimea Tamila Tasheva, took part in the event.
The participants of the meeting discussed the implementation of a pilot project to create a reserve of government employees to work for the DOT. This has been going on for three months.
To date, 1815 applications have been registered in the electronic system, of which 1631 have already been registered.
In addition, the development of a regulatory framework for the creation of a reserve of workers in the education and healthcare sectors is underway.
During the meeting, Iryna Vereshchuk heard reports from representatives of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the State Bureau of Investigation, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, the Supreme Council of Justice, and others. She emphasized that all central government agencies should already be developing their personnel reserve strategies.
The Vice Prime Minister instructed ministries and other central executive bodies to develop their concepts for forming a personnel reserve for the Ministry of National Defense.