Changes in all spheres of life due to the COVID-19 pandemic substantiate the relevance of this study. Its main objective was to assess the impact of the epidemic on the implementation of national projects and new national development goals. The subject of the research is theoretical and practical issues of building a system of strategic planning and monitoring of national goals, considering the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The results show that updated national goals allowed setting the necessary accents, taking into account the impact of the pandemic; in particular, much more attention was paid to digital transformation. The main conclusion, as shown by a detailed examination, is that updating the goals and adjusting the passports of national projects made it possible to increase their interconnection with each other, and updating the Unified Plan for Achieving National Goals helped identify gaps in the set of measures aimed at achieving national goals. These gaps are intended to be filled by social and economic development initiatives that have been assessed in terms of their impact on the progress towards the national goals. Further areas of research include assessing the attainability of national goals depending on the success of updating the passports of national projects.

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Published on 03/01/23
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