The main goal of the project is to develop, test, deploy and manage a cross-border ePrescription / eDispension information service following best European practices. This information service should be providedvia the National Contact Point for eHealth, linking it to the existing regional and national e-health infrastructure. The solutions developed in this project will enable Lithuania to become part of a secure international communication network allowing for the exchange of ePrescription / eDispension data across Europe, thus contributing to the improvement of patients’ health protection services and provision of most important patient medical data to medical personnel. After implementing the project, a citizen of the European Union, traveling to countries other than the country of his/her origin, will be able to obtain medicines prescribed in his country of origin. NCPeH would simplify provision of ePrescription / eDispension services governed by the eHealth Network and managed by eHealth Operational Management Board. This solution would also improve the level of healthcare provided to citizens of the European Union in Lithuania, which would be in line with the 2011/24 / EU directive, and would better ensure information needs of Lithuanian citizens traveling to other European countries.
The project would be beneficial for Lithuania as s state, as it would ensure the development of the Lithuanian national e-health infrastructure and its interoperability on European Union scale.
The project is implemented in close co-operation with the Lithuanian Ministry of Health Protection, which is the manager of the Lithuanian Electronic Health Services and Cooperation Infrastructure Information System.
is 699 910, 00 EUR, of which the European Commission CEF funds amount to 524 932, 50 EUR, the contribution of the State Enterprise Centre of Registers is 174 977, 50 EUR.
The State Enterprise Centre of Registers implements the project "Development of spatial 3D cadastre data preparation, storage and management technology for the efficient implementation of economic development project" financed by the European Union structural funds. The project is implemented under the measure 01.2.1-LVPA-V-835 Pre-Purchase LT under Priority 1 Promotion of Research, Experimental Development and Innovation
of the European Union Funds Investment Strategy for 2014-2020.
The project seeks to create 3D cadastre data preparation, storage and management technology, necessary for the effective implementation of economic development projects. The Technology will integrate spatial data accumulation and management in the Real Property Register, integration of the spatial data stored in other geographic information systems and their reproduction into another substantially higher qualitative - 3D level.
In the course of the project, three-dimensional models integrated into the defined territory would be developed and concrete plans for re-structuring the spatial data of the Real Property Register of the entire territory of Lithuania into three-dimensional ones will be made. Data integration and visualization will be based on modern data modelling and data analysis methods and will enable the registration of 3D data in the Real Property Register. 3D mapping of spatial data will improve the perception of the information transmitted; therefore the realization of the Technology will promote the wider use of spatial information in both professional and non-professional segments of users. Wider use of spatial information will, accordingly, provide opportunities for optimization of business processes, reduce their costs and the probability of errors and conditions for higher-quality decisions of the population, government and business, which will have a positive impact on the development of the country's economy.
The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, the Lithuanian State and the Centre of Registers. Project value is 985,422.75 Eur.
State Enterprise Centre of Registers participates in the implementation of the project "Implementation of the second generation Contact point activity model"
Project No. 02.3.1-CPVA-V-529-01-0008
The main objective of the project is to expand and modernize the existing centralized solution for provision of services to business via www.verslilietuva.lt, enabling Lithuanian and foreign entities starting and carrying out business in Lithuania, on a one-stop basis to conveniently and quickly find all the basic business-related information according to the business life cycle (from start to finish) or business in Lithuanian and English languages, to perform all the basic business-related administrative procedures in a complex electronic way (as a composite e-service "Start Business") and to find and use general e-solutions and tools for business. During the project, Contact point portal is planned to be expanded by the existing Service and Product contact point information system, the State Information Resources Interoperability Platform (VIISP) and other information systems and registers of project partners. Thus, the project activities will focus on the reuse of solutions, functionality, services and information already developed (i.e., solutions that have already been developed in the state will not be re-developed). The Project is aimed at making the Contact point the genuine second generation Contact point, which fully meets the criteria for the second generation of contact points - the quality and availability of information, electronic execution of procedures, availability to foreign users and userability.
The project is implemented by public body Versli Lietuva in partnership with 5 partners:
- Information Society Development Committee under the Ministry of Transport and Communications;
- Association of Local Authorities in Lithuania (ALAL);
- State Enterprise Centre of Registers;
- State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania;
- State Social Insurance Fund Board under the Ministry of Social Security and Labour.
The Centre of Registers is starting to implement the project "Transfer of Legal Information and Legal Aid Services to the Electronic Space (TEISIS)"
State Enterprise Centre of Registers has started to implement the project "Transfer of Legal Information and Legal Aid Services to the Electronic Space (TEISIS)" funded by European Union Structural Funds. The project is implemented under the measure 02.3.1-CPVA-V-529 “Development of advanced electronic services” under Priority 2 “Fostering the information society” of the European Union Funds Investment Strategy, 2014-2020.
The project is focused on creation of IT system TEISIS for legal assistance services, which would enable the residents to receive relevant legal information and professional legal assistance in the field of state-guaranteed legal assistance promptly in the electronic environment, to use electronic state-guaranteed legal assistance services and, at the same time, contribute to the development of the legal education of the society.
The main functions to be implemented in the information system TEISIS will include the provision of relevant legal information, the registration of lawyers, advocate assistants and accounts, interactive consultation tools, electronic submission of requests for secondary legal aid, an automated income and asset rate calculator, automated selection of lawyers and centralized legal assistance for the planning, accounting and monitoring of work for specialists, as well as the mediation subsystem. Depending on the needs of users of legal assistance services, relevant, useful information will be provided on various legal topics, frequently asked questions, and the search among them will also be possible.
The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Lithuania. Value of the project is 1 254 645,90 Eur.
The Center of Registers contributes to the implementation of the project Development of Advanced Electronic Services in the Field of Construction and Public Supervision of Construction
The State Territorial Planning and Construction Inspectorate under the Ministry of Environment together with the partner State Enterprise Center of Registers and other partners is carrying out the project No. 02.3.1-CPVA-V-529-01-0006 Development of Advanced Electronic Services in the Field of Construction and Public Supervision of Construction
for the modernization of the information system on construction permits and public supervision of construction Infostatyba
(hereinafter referred to as Infostatyba)
of the Republic of Lithuania.
The aim of the project is to create a component, convenient, interactive, consumer (resident and economic entity) oriented, high quality public service using the most up-to-date technologies and data received from other institutions. The service shall be focused on the provision of construction documents and public supervision of construction.
The objective of the project is to modernize information system Infostatyba and other related information systems and to create the necessary integration links in order to realize the complex electronic service related to construction documents and public supervision of construction in accordance with the Statau namą life event.
The goal of the project is to create 6 and to develop 14 electronic services related to the issuance of construction documents and public supervision of construction and to ensure the convenience, efficiency, integrity, complexity and creation of service provision according to the life event Statau namą.
Direct target groups of the project are natural or legal persons carrying/ planning to carry out an activity or its maintenance in the field of construction: builders, specialists of municipal administrations, owners, managers or users of engineering networks or communications, specialists of the State Territorial Planning and Construction Inspectorate and other natural or legal persons planning to carry or carrying out activities in the field of construction.
Information system Infostatyba electronic services will be provided through electronic gates for Topography, Engineering Infrastructure, Territorial Planning and Construction.
The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Lithuania.
Project implementation period - 2017 December 20 - 2020 December 31.
The Centre of Registers is starting to implement the project Information system of the producers and disseminators of public information (VIRSIS)
The State Enterprise Center of Registers together with its partner, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, has started to implement the project Information system of the producers and disseminators of public information (VIRSIS)
, co-funded by the European Union Social Fund and the Republic of Lithuania. The project is implemented under the measure 10.1.2-ESFA-V-916 Implementation of National Anti-Corruption Measures
under Priority 10 Socially-responsive and advanced public management
of the European Union funds Investment Strategy for the period 2014-2020.
The goal of the project is to reduce the factors of the occurrence and spread of corruption in the public sector by informing the public about the managers and participants of local, regional, national newspapers, magazines and broadcasters, re-broadcasters and their contacts with other public information producers and disseminators.
The created information system will collect, compile, process, monitor, analyze and announce to the public the data on the providers and disseminators of public information and their activities. It will also enable publishers and disseminators of public information and other users and users of VIRSIS to provide remotely by electronic means information about the providers and disseminators of public information and their activities. The data for the information system will be provided by the registers (Register of Legal Entities, Information System of the Participants of Legal Entities, Address Register, Population Register, and Licenses Information System) and other institutions regulating the activities of public information organizers and disseminators.
The project is funded by the European Union Social Fund and the Republic of Lithuania. Value of the project is 419 931,55 EUR.
The State Enterprise Center of Registers successfully implemented the project Implementation of the Business Registry Interconnection System in Lithuania (BRIS)
The Business Registry Interconnection System (BRIS) is a joint project of the European Commission and the Member States with the objective of implementing the provisions of January 8 European Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/884, linking the business registers of all European Union (EU) countries, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The benefits of the project are a European-wide opportunity and technical means of seeking information on companies registered in any EU country, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Business registers can also share information about foreign affiliates and cross-border mergers.
The State Enterprise Center of Registers, as the manager of the Register of Legal Entities of the Republic of Lithuania, carried out a comprehensive analysis of the technical and functional requirements of BRIS for business registries, implemented the national BRIS Domibus portal (EC e-delivery component), developed the database of the Lithuanian Register of Legal Entities in order to implement and maintain the technical and functional requirements of BRIS and also successfully switched to BRIS production mode.
The information in the business registers of EU Member States is now publicly available, not just for business registries, but also for unregistered users. Using the access of E-Justice Portal BRIS
, one can get free information about legal entities of EU Member States, as well as order legal entities’ documents of business registers that provide them free of charge.
Now around 160 000 legal entities registered in Lithuania can be found in BRIS. From 2017 June 9 upon joining BRIS, the Lithuanian Register of Legal Entities received 1 490 detailed requests for of legal entities' data, 18 requests for the status of foreign legal entities, 7 065 requests for information on changes in the status of a legal entity, and 30 requests for subscription of data of foreign legal entities.
The budget for the implementation of the project Business Registers Interconnection System in Lithuania (BRIS) was 298 531,00 EUR, of which EUR 253 899,00 were financed from the European Commission's CEF program, and EUR 74 632,00 from the own funds of the Center of Registers.
Creation of Electronic Service “e-Invoice”
New Electronic Service “e-Invoice” Already Implemented
The Ministry of Finance together with the Ministry of Economy and the Centre of Registers have created an electronic service “e-Invoice” funded by the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania. The providers of services and other goods can use electronic invoices related to execution of public procurement contracts instead of paper invoices.
The electronic service “e-Invoice” enables natural persons and legal entities to electronically send and receive VAT invoices, invoices, credit and debit documents and proforma invoices for the procured goods, services and works performed, which are related to the public procurement contracts, and receive information about the payment on the basis of submitted invoices. The Public Procurement Office, the National Audit Office and other institutions can monitor execution of public procurement contracts in real time.
More information on the created electronic service “e-Invoice” is publicly available on the website: http://www.esaskaita.eu where businesses and entities, public bodies, institutions can find a user manual describing the use of electronic service, the rules on using the information system “e-Invoice”, ways of connecting to the system, regulations of the information system “e-Invoice” and other information necessary to the service users.
It is estimated that, when implemented, the project will double the savings of money spent on paper used for issue, delivery and storage of invoices; it will improve the management of public procurement process; transparency and efficiency of public procurement will increase, resulting in favourable conditions for the improvement of business environment and promotion of the country’s economic development.
The project Creation of Electronic Service “e-Invoice” was implemented by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania together with the partners - the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuanian and the State Enterprise Centre of Registers. The project is funded by the European Union Structural Funds (the European Regional Development Fund) and the Republic of Lithuania. Value of the project is EUR 1,727,880 (LTL 5,966,024.00).
Security of Information Technologies at the Centre of Registers and the Central Mortgage Office
The State Enterprise Centre of Registers has implemented the project Security of Information Technologies at the Centre of Registers and the Central Mortgage Office. One of the goals of the project was to improve security of information technologies and data of the Real Property Register, the Register of Legal Entities and the Address Register. Following information security management measures at the Centre of Registers were installed: central router with security measures against DDOS attacks, duplicated high-performance firewall, duplicated Internet application firewall, database and application monitoring system and network monitoring system. Information security management measures have increased resistance of information stored in the registers, which are kept by the Centre of Registers, to cyber-attacks, also ensured confidence and integrity of information, quicker and more accurate identification of security problems and incidents, and centralised information on possible threats.
The project Security of Information Technologies at the Centre of Registers and the Central Mortgage Office was implemented under the Operational Programme for Economic Growth, Priority 3 “An Information Society for All”, Measure “Security of Information Technologies”. The project was funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Lithuania. Value of the project was LTL 5,943,653.00. The applicant was the Ministry of Justice, while the State Enterprise Centre of Registers and the Central Mortgage Office were the project partners.
Electronic Service for Registration of Legal Entities (JAREP)
The State Enterprise Centre of Registers has implemented a project "Electronic Service for Registration of Legal Entities (JAREP)".
JAREP provides the possibility for the founders of legal entities and their representatives to reserve in advance (temporary include into the Register of Legal Entities) a name of legal entity under incorporation. If legal entity is being incorporated in the premises, which do not belong to the founder by the ownership right, JAREP offers a possibility to obtain the digital consent of the premises owner to use for them as the registered office.
JAREP introduced the possibility to incorporate and register online the most popular types of legal entities in Lithuania: private limited liability company, individual enterprise, public institution and association, including online change of various data on legal entity registered in the Register of Legal Entities.
The project also developed the electronic means for other institutions related to the incorporation of legal entities that allow facilitating registration of political parties as well as legal examination of required documents of legal entity.
JAREP services are fully integrated into the information system of the Self-Service of the Centre of Registers. Legal entity’s incorporation and data change procedures are based on safe and modern technologies of qualified electronic certificate authentication and document signing by qualified electronic signature.
The JAREP project has improved business environment in Lithuania. It offers new services, which enable faster and simpler legal entity incorporation and data change. The project also encouraged private sector institutions (e. g. banks) to transpose their private services related to legal entity incorporation into the electronic environment (e. g. opening of an accumulation account for formation of authorised capital) or even integrate their services with JAREP electronic services.
Total costs of the project are LTL 6,647,282.80. The project is funded by the EU European Regional Development Fund and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania according to the measure "E-Government Services" of the Economic Growth Programme priority "Information Society for All".