Authorities and local governments need to periodically increase the amount of computing resources to process information on their own. The adoption of the law will increase the efficiency of the state budget and regulate the use of cloud technologies. This will reduce the burden on public authorities.
"According to The Economist, digital information is growing tenfold every five years. We propose to introduce the Cloud First principle: to transfer the main production processes to the clouds. This will reduce corruption risks in the procurement of equipment, significantly reduce budget expenditures, and most importantly — accelerate the introduction of innovations in government," said minister of digital transformation Mikhailo Fedorov.
Cloud services are a successful international experience. Such technologies have been introduced in the United States, Germany, Singapore, India, the Republic of Korea, Australia, Canada and Saudi Arabia. In particular, the introduction of clouds by the British government has reduced the cost of digital transformation and invest.com/investing-in-ukraine/business-opportunities/it/" rel="dofollow">information technology by more than £3 billion.