The development and use of identification services in public administration Read full summary in English
The audit examined the implementation and coordination of projects aimed at developing identification services in public administration, cooperation among authorities in this area and compliance with legislation in procuring services. The audit also examined development, control and monitoring structures regarding identification services. The audit focused on electronic identification services that are used in public administration's electronic transactions.
- Identification services have been developed in public administration according to each actor's own needs and conditions
- lack of overall coordination in developing IT activities in the public sector
- overlapping and uneconomical solutions
- cooperation among authorities based on different strategies
- inadequate procedures
- guiding of this cooperation have not been effective
- increasing competition among different authorities
- not reasonable for the state's financial management as a whole
- Procurements have been arranged in an irregular manner particularly in projects conducted by the National Board of Taxes and the National Board of Medicolegal Affairs.
- the procedures followed by the Ministry of Finance in joint procurements and framework arrangements have not complied with the provisions in the Public Procurement Act in all respects
- system requirement specifications should be prepared in such a way that they do not favour a particular supplier