As of 2009 there was the following situation:
In 2010 the "Decentralized concept of creating a unified federal information system of state registration of real estate rights and cadastral registration of real estate" was adopted. This provided a way to deal with the situation by taking the following steps:
1. Integration and reuse.
Key objectives of the “Rosreestr” depend on the ability of IT to integrate inherited applications and ensure their seamless integration with flexible "one-stop-shop" offices for services to the public, online services portals and e-government systems.
2. Support for organizational changes.
IT architecture should support different scenarios for restructuring the staff and management of “Rosreestr” and not be an obstacle for change.
3. Provision of e-services and the "Electronic Government".
The new architecture is to provide consistent and reliable basic services for GKN and EGRP e-services: processing and storage of electronic documents, use of digital signatures, electronic payments through payment systems, billing for services, Internet publishing tools, etc.
4. Service-oriented architecture.
The new architecture is based on the principles of a service-oriented approach: reusable components, standardization of operating processes, integration and orchestration of services, etc.
5. Centralization and consolidation of resources.
The principle of centralization of decisions and resources where is it possible and effective.
September 9, 2014
IDC included AT Consulting in its Competitive Profiles and Analysis of Leading IT Services Players in Russia, the second part of a study into the 2013 Russian IT service market. AT Consulting leads in three market segments.
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