The project “e-UM: the digitalization of services and exchange of correspondence in the Marshal Offices of the Wielkopolska and Kuyavia and Pomerania Regions” is to improve the management systems of the local government administrations in Wielkopolska and Kuyavia and Pomerania Regions. The e-UM project aims inter alia at solving the problem of the lacking awareness among the residents of the aforementioned regions of the possibility to use public electronic services while completing administrative matters. It is also to design these services and make them available at the ePUAP Platform.
The number of e-Services being offered (including new services as well as subject to digitalization) and provided by the local government units through the ePUAP platform or diverse regional platforms compatible to ePUAP is increasing. The digitalisation of the services is possible, inter alia, due to the implementation of the process approach, mapping of the administrative processes for e-Services and the implementation and upgrade of advanced IT solutions. Moreover, other, previously not available services are proposes such as a domain specific IT system being in fact a search engine of legal acts.
The e-UM project involves three entities:
1) The Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznań
2) The Marshal Office of the Kuyavia and Pomerania Region in Toruń
3) Poznan University of Economics
The recipients of the project are all inhabitants of both regions, as well as employees of the local governments and public authorities who, through the planned workshops and training sessions, conferences and promotional campaigns will be informed and trained on the possibilities of convenient, fast, and electronic processing of administrative matters.
The project “e-UM: the digitalization of services and exchange of correspondence in the Marshal Offices of the Wielkopolska and Kuyavia and Pomerania Regions” is financed from the Human Capital Programme, contest no. 2/POKL/5.2.1/2013. The project will be carried out from 01.04.2014 to 31.08.2015. Project Number: POKL.05.02.01-00-002/14.