Siveco will make the IT system for the Ministry of External Affairs

Newsroom 27/02/2015 | 18:41

Romanian software developer Siveco will provide the the Ministry of External Affairs with an IT system that will cut down on the red tape during submitting and picking up administrative papers regarding consular services provided by the institution outside the country.

The value of the contract is RON 38.4 million, VAT included.

The contract was attributed following a tender that started in May last year.

“The project aims to make it easier to submit and pick up administrative papers regarding the consular services provided by the Ministry of External Affairs, via the external consular network, and thus making it easier to reduce the red tape. On the long term, the improvements due to the implementation of the project will lead to the growth in confidence of the citizen/business environment in the consular services supplied by the Ministry of External Affairs,” according to the task book of the tender.

The citizens and the business environment will have direct access to consular information, irrespective of the time and space, the routine procedures should last less and the problems and requests of individuals and companies will be solved rapidly and interactively, since the modules proposed in the project can rapidly update the information,” according to the document.

The contract was initially estimated at RON 40.5 million, VAT included. Siveco Romania submitted the offer together with Expert One Research.
Other companies that submitted an offer in the tender are Insoft Development&Consulting and consortium made up of Iqest Technologies, Computas IT Romania, Cloud Soft Technologies and Matrix Business Consulting, Matrix Business Consulting, Power Net Consulting, Compania de Consultanţă pentru Investiţii şi Dezvoltare and Crucial Systems & Sevices, as well as Technology Network Services, Total Soft, Synotech Global Services Romania and Software Development & Consulting.

The project will be completed 12 months since the contract was attributed, according to the task book, and will be financed from European funds.

Otilia Haraga

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