What awaits Czech eGovernment

A huge increase in the number of data boxes and their use

2022 will be a year of really big changes in the digitization of public administration and eGovernment.

Autor: MV ČR

Numerous legal provisions will come into force, for example in the law on the right to digital services or in the law nicknamed DEPO. It can be expected that their impacts will be different: for some, it may be found that their requirements cannot be met in practice, or that it has not just been achieved. It will work elsewhere, but the real use and impacts will be small. But there will also be changes that could have a really significant impact. For example, the introduction of mandatory receipt of postal data messages by legal and business individuals.

And on the more distant horizon, even more significant changes await with even greater potential impacts: at the beginning of 2023, for example, the mandatory establishment of a data box for all natural persons in business (all self-employed persons). And also to all legal entities that do not yet have. Or the automatic creation of data boxes for all (non-business) individuals who reveal to themselves that they are digitally literate (so much so that they can get somewhere through their public digital identity).

Meanwhile, as early as 2022, other digital rights from the so-called digital constitution will gradually “acquire”, such as the right to a certificate of digital act, the right to use data, the right to record data or the so-called legalization of electronic signatures. There will also be a relatively fundamental change in determining when and to what data in the basic registers and agenda information systems a public agenda has access: so far legal authorization has been required, it will now determine the entry in the basic register of rights and obligations.

In the coming years, we can expect, for example, the real end of birth numbers and probably the emergence of a completely new concept of electronic identification on the principle of decentralized (self-sovereign) identity, without an intermediary in the so-called national point (NIA), but vice versa with so-called European wallets. digital identity.

No, we have something to look forward to. Perhaps we will do it with the knowledge of T602 and Wordcraft. More details are provided by Lupa.cz

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