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Permit-Issuing One-Stop Shop Development

 

Overview

LINC supports enhancement of permit-issuance procedures and improved operations of OSSs throughout Ukraine.


  • Dzhankoy Launches Joint OSS Facility for City and Raion Permit Issuing

    July 7, 2011 — Crimea’s first joint city-and-raion permitting One-Stop Shop (OSS) facility, opened in Dzhankoy, is intended to optimize the permit-issuing process for both issuing authorities and entrepreneurs.


  • Bilohirsk Inaugurates Its Upgraded OSS

    June 2, 2011 — Crimea’s Bilohirsk Raion inaugurated the reopening of its Permitting One-Stop Shop (OSS), upgraded with assistance from USAID LINC, and presented it to local entrepreneurs and representatives from republican, raion and local governments.


  • USAID LINC Conducts Training of Crimean OSS

    May 19-20, 2011 — In Crimea’s Simferopol and then Feodosia, USAID LINC in conjunction with the Council of Ministers of Crimea carried out trainings on “Issues of Functioning of Permitting One-Stop Shops in Crimea.”


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Yalta City of Crimea

    Feb. 28, 2011 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Yalta City Rada.


  • USAID LINC Takes OSS Administrators on Study Tour to Lviv

    Feb. 22-24, 2011 — USAID LINC organized and carried out a study tour to the Lviv Permit-Issuing One Stop Shop (OSS) for a group of representatives from a number of cities and raions of Crimea, including Sevastopol, and the oblasts of Chernivtsy, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kherson, Luhansk, Odesa, Rivne, and Volyn.


  • USAID LINC, Crimean MinEconomy Discuss Further Collaboration

    Jan. 18, 2011 — In Crimea’s Economy Ministry, representatives from USAID LINC had a working meeting with First Deputy Economy Minister of Crimea Ihor Hursky to discuss further collaboration between the project and the ministry in 2011.


  • Sevastopol Administration Sets Legal Status of Sevastopol Unified One-Stop Shop for Permits

    Jan. 17, 2011 — The Sevastopol City State Administration issued an order that established its Permitting One-Stop Shop (OSS) and eliminated certain difficulties that lack of a clear legal status had created in its operation.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Simferopol Raion of Crimea

    Dec. 21, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Simferopol Raion State Administration.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Kirovske Raion of Crimea

    Dec. 14, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Kirovske Raion State Administration.


  • OSS Administrators from South and East Go Westward on Study Tour

    Dec. 7-9, 2010 — USAID LINC organized and carried out a study tour to the Lviv Permit-Issuing One Stop Shop (OSS) for OSS administrators and relevant city Rada and raion administration officers from a number of cities and raions of Crimea and the oblasts of Kherson, Luhansk, Mykolaiv and Odesa.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Chornomorske Raion of Crimea

    Nov. 30, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Chornomorske Raion State Administration.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Pervomayske Raion of Crimea

    Nov. 15, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Pervomayske Raion State Administration.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocol of Intentions with Saky Raion of Crimea

    Oct. 18, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocol of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shop (OSS) with Crimea’s Saky Raion State Administration.


  • USAID LINC Signs OSS Protocols of Intentions with Five Raions of Crimea

    Oct. 12, 2010 — USAID LINC signed Protocols of Intentions to improve the operation of permit-issuing One-Stop Shops (OSS) with state administrations of Crimea’s Krasnohvardiysk, Krasnoperekopsk, Nyzhnyohirsk, Rozdolne and Sovietsky raions.


  • Yevpatoria Streamlines Permit-Obtaining Procedure for Trade and Service Facilities Location

    Sept. 14, 2010 — Crimea’s Yevpatoria city government publicized its amended procedure for obtaining a permit for location of trade and service facilities, which had been drafted with assistance from the USAID LINC project and is expected to save a good deal of clients’ time and money.

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