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Ditec to supply government software

Technology firm Ditec has won a Sk45.5 million (€1.51 million) contract to develop applications that the Interior Ministry will use when performing the census.

Technology firm Ditec has won a Sk45.5 million (€1.51 million) contract to develop applications that the Interior Ministry will use when performing the census.

It has also been hired to set up information systems in municipalities that will prevent data duplication and process data needed to issue EU-format identity documents. Their software programmes will also aid with the euro switchover. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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