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Slovenská Pošta becomes partner with the state in e-government programmes

The state-run postal service, Slovenská Pošta (SP), has signed a memorandum of cooperation in the area of e-government with the country’s finance ministry to serve as a partner in simplifying citizens' access to the state's electronic services, the SITA newswire reported.

The state-run postal service, Slovenská Pošta (SP), has signed a memorandum of cooperation in the area of e-government with the country’s finance ministry to serve as a partner in simplifying citizens' access to the state's electronic services, the SITA newswire reported.

For example, customers will be able to apply for and receive documents and statements from the Land Registry, Business Register or the Criminal Record at post offices in the future.

Slovenská Pošta informed SITA that it wants to establish a network of specialised offices called Integrated Service Offices within its branch network to provide these services.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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