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E-declaration register in Ukraine may stop working on January 1
09:53, 31 December 2016
E-declaration register in Ukraine may stop working on January 1

State Enterprise "Ukrainian Special Systems" reported that due to the lack of necessary equipment system can not withstand the workload

09:53, 31 December 2016

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State Enterprise "Ukrainian Special Systems", which is the administrator of the Unified State Register of e-declarations declared that starting from January 1, 2017 it will not be able to ensure stable registry operation and the corresponding conditions for filing e-declarations.

This was stated in a message on the official website of the State Enterprise.

In Ukraine, the second phase of the electronic declaration begins on January 1 2017. According to the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) the number of declarations can reach 2 million people at this stage. With this increase in the workload on registry resources the stability of its work would be at risk, the report said.

It is reported that in terms of registry configuration, the available resource capabilities allow up to 5,000 concurrent sessions, as well as store and process up to 1 million e-declarations per year.

At the same time, starting from January 1, the number of concurrent sessions can grow up to 70 thousand and will be much higher during peak loads - namely, at the end of the deadline for submission of e-declarations. The number of declarations on the second stage of the declaration process on April 1 could reach 2.5 million, the state enterprise reported.

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