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Natalia Shyrpa and Lyuba Shipvich are two members of the team implementing the digitization plan.
Both left cushy jobs in the United States -- Shyrpa as a digital project manager and Shipvich as a software engineer -- to volunteer in Odesa.
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Her boss, Saakashvili, built a reputation in his previous political life as the blunt-speaking face of reform and anticorruption while president of his native Georgia.
And still, his appointment in May by Ukraine's oligarch-turned-president Petro Poroshenko raised eyebrows.
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It's built so that lawyers can give their legal opinions on proposed bills, and citizens can then suggest iterations on the bills." Passage and implementation, however, are another matter.
'Brainwashed' A key cog in Saakashvili's plan was to have been Sasha Borovik, a native of the western Ukrainian city of Lviv who became a corporate lawyer after immigrating to the United States.
Borovik moved back to Ukraine after the Maidan unrest unseated President Viktor Yanukovych in early 2014, and he served as an adviser to the Economic Development and Trade Ministry.
(file photo) ODESA, Ukraine -- To many of those living or doing business in this otherwise laid-back slice of southern Ukraine, even a whiff of the salty Black Sea breeze can't mask the smell of corruption.
It is a persistent problem that rankles Kyiv and figures prominently in the Ukrainian leadership's Western-backed push for cleaner government and national unity, key factors in the country's pitched battle against armed separatism farther to the east.