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Standardisation of a digital counter for citizens and XML data exchange - Application project (One-phase project : November 2001 - October 2003)

Research project I2/AP/110 (Research action I2)


Contract I2/AP/110 :

Duration of the contract :

1/11/2001-31/10/2003

Partners :

  • Ministère de l'Intérieur (Coordinator of the project)
  • Centrum voor Informatica 
  • Banque carrefour de la sécurité sociale 
  • Union des Villes et Communes de Wallonie (UVCW) 
  • Vereniging van Vlaamse Steden en Gemeenten (VVSG) 

Description :

The "Standardisation of a digital counter for citizens and XML data exchange" project has 4 components:

1) The growth of municipal digital counters and the major differences between the services these counters offer make it difficult at times for citizens to find their way. The "Digital counter for citizens" component will propose a standard for the digital counters of local councils that cater for citizen affairs. "Municipal digital counters for citizens" should be understood to refer to the services from the registry of births, marriages and deaths that a local council wishes to offer its citizens via a digital counter. This project will define the package of services that citizens may avail themselves of as well as the way in which services should be offered to citizens. The XML description of counter forms, for the benefit of municipalities, forms part of the project’s aims.

2) The "XML exchange of registry office data" component is aimed at speeding up the exchange of data and documentation from the municipal registry of births, marriages and deaths between the relevant authorities by allowing these transactions to take place electronically. The project will use XML to structure and describe a number of documents and notices. At the same time, it will draw up recommendations and provide methods to ensure a faster, secure flow of notices between local councils themselves and between local councils and the National Register.

3) The "Standardised structure for exchanges of personal data" component will use XML to describe a structure for electronic exchanges of personal data. Authorities, institutions and other bodies today are each using their own standards for these exchanges. The project’s objectives include determining the conditions that networks and systems must comply with in terms of both security and performance during electronic exchanges of personal data using such a structure.

4) Implementation of the "Consultation by citizens of their data in the National Register of Natural Persons" component ties in with the objectives of a transparent government. Naturally, this project must be mindful of the security and protection of a person’s living environment.

A pilot-project accompanies each project component.

- Contact person (project's coordinator):

Ministère de l'Intérieur -
Direction générale de la Législation et des Institutions nationales /
Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken - Algemene Directie van de Wetgeving en van de nationale Instellingen
Luc Smet
Rue Royale 66 / Koningsstraat
1000 BRUXELLES / BRUSSEL
Tel : 02 210 21 71
Fax : 02 500 21 19
luc.smet@rrn.fgov.be

PARTNERSHIP OF THE APPLICATION PROJECT

Coordinator Ministère de l'Intérieur - Direction générale de la Législation et des Institutions nationales / Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken -
Algemene Directie van de Wetgeving en van de nationale Instellingen

Partner 1 Centrum voor Informatica (CEVI)

Partner 2 Crossroads Bank for Social Security (KSZ-BCSS)

Partner 3 Union des Villes et Communes de Wallonie (UVCW)

Partner 4 Vereniging van Vlaamse Steden en Gemeenten (VVSG)


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