CTU joins project to connect up Czech public registers

Friday 28 November 2014 | 10:46 CET | News
Czech regulator CTU has announced another step in simplifying the administrative burden for members of the public and entrepreneurs, by implementing a project to connect its non-editing information systems with the information system of the basic registers. The project is financed by the EU's Integrated Operational Programme. Four basic registers, namely the Register of Persons, Register of Citizens, Register of Rights and Obligations, and Register of Territorial Identification, Addresses and Properties, allow public administrative bodies mutually to share data.

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