In this video we look at the different ways a citizen can use public sector services without leaving at home: we start with registering the birth of a child, then registering the child for school, e-Health solutions, business activities, the border crossing system, justice systems...
In this video we look at activities involving crossing the border, enabling the smooth and efficient movement of people, goods and transportation across the national border. You can also see how the payment process is being handled and how this e-service is connected with other public services in an automated way.
In this video we look at at the state Budget Management System to see how government and public sector spending can easily be administered, unifying all government bank accounts and all government cash management.
In this video we look at activities that make use of the Business Registry for registering and managing businesses, including declaring taxes and paying dividends.
It shows how different registries are communicating with each other in order to provide the citizen a seamlessly working service.
In this video we look at the Digital Justice solutions to show how easy submitting claims, scheduling a hearing and paying for the services can be, enabling the smooth flow of the cases and reducing the time that is being spent on solving the cases.
In this video we look at activities involving e-prescriptions, enabling the smooth and efficient management of prescriptions and communication between doctors, pharmacists and patients, thus making the doctors’ work a lot easier and providing the possibility for the patients to get their medicaments wherever they are.
In this video we look at activities involving e-School, enabling the secure and efficient management of education and communication between teachers, students, school administration and public sector institutions.
In this video we look at activities involving the Hospital Information System, enabling the secure and efficient management of health data and communication between doctors, hospital administrators, pharmacists and patients.
In this video we look at the interoperability framework and solution connecting different public sector systems and services – visualization of connections between the services exchanging the data, the invisible and crucial backbone of a digital society enabling seamless communication between different services.
In this video we look at activities involving the Land Registry, such as buying and selling land, as well as tax payments on properties.
In this video we look at activities that use the Population Registry, one of the most important bases for building citizen services, for registering the birth of a new child as well as giving the child a name and how data is automatically exchanged between the Population Registry, Citizen Portal and Marriage Registry.