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Norway |  Exchange of Registry Data (Ketil Ingebrigtsen) Norway | Exchange of Registry Data (Ketil Ingebrigtsen) Presentation Transcript

  • The Brønnnøysund Register CentreExchange of Registry data in NorwayKetil Ingebrigtsen
  • Agenda• The Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities• Altinn 13.04.2013
  • The Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities
  • Before 1995 VAT Register Reg. of EmployersStatistics Norway - Register of Register of Business EnterprisesEstablishments and Enterprises
  • Our aims was• Reduce the burden of reporting obligation• Increase the efficiency in public sector• Increase the quality of the information in the registers
  • The Central CoordinatingRegister for Legal Entities (CCR) Objectives: • Identify the entities • Serve as a link between the entities and the other registers • Coordinate the exchange of information between registers tirsdag, 19. mars 2013 6
  • The Central CoordinatingRegister for Legal Entities (CCR)Identification:• The organization number – nine digit number – was introduced• It replaced various registration numbers used earlier• The organization number are provided by CCR – Each entity must therefore register in CCR before register in an associated register• One coordinated form instead of several forms
  • The Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities (CCR)Working together• Since 1st of July 2005 – All public registers and public administrations in Norway are obliged to re-use the data registered in the CCR, including the organization number.• Available for public sector/administration through Web Services technology – Easy access – when needed – Identification – organization number
  • The Central CoordinatingRegister for Legal Entities (CCR)Types of entities in CCR:• Government bodies, counties and municipalities• Companies, associations, foundations, bankruptcy estates and other legal entities• Sole proprietorships
  • Information Content in CCR• Name• Adress, telephone• Kind of entity• Kind of activity• Date of foundation• Contact person• Members of Board• Participants in general partnerships• Who has the right to sign• Power of attorney, Auditor and Accountant• Number of employees• Branch offices 13.04.2013
  • The Central Coordinating Register forLegal Entities Register C Register B Register A The CCR Register C Register B Register A 13.04.2013
  • Agenda• The Central Coordinating register for Legal Entities• Altinn 13.04.2013
  • Altinn
  • • A joint portal for electronic dialogue between governmental bodies and businesses Which business do we communicate Organization number about? Whom do I communicate with? The access rights in Altinn is based on role information from the Business Register and the Register for Legal Entities
  • What is Altinn?Altinn is the Norwegian government’s portal for electronic dialogue with businesses…• A common Internet portal for public reporting.• More than 424 forms and services from 40 Norwegian government agencies are currently available through Altinn.• Since Altinn was launched in December 2003 more than 115 million forms have been submitted through the system.• 3,3 million unique users…but does also contain significant services for citizens
  • What is Altinn (cont.)? – Altinn is actually two things: – 1 - A common portal for all communications between public authorities and businesses – 2 - A toolbox for service production and e-communication for public sector in general
  • A common portal for communications betweenpublic authorities and businesses• www.altinn.no is the portal where Norwegian businesses and citizens can find and use electronic forms and other e-services from government agencies• The users receive feedback from the agencies in the portal, sent to their inbox in Altinn• The users can use Altinn to carry out a fully electronic interaction with government agencies
  • Why Altinn? Altinn was developed to make the businesses’ interaction with public sector easier through a simplified electronic dialogue, to the benefit for both parts:• Reducing the administrative burdens• Competetiveness• Better Regulation• eGovernment: • Efficiency • Effectiveness
  • Altinn – A gateway to public servicesThe Altinn portal will give businesses:• Access to all the electronic services from public authorities• An option to have all replies to applications, decisions, and more, sent to an electronic mailbox available in Altinn• All public information relevant for businesses, linked with relevant forms etc.
  • 84 PERCENT Percentage of business ownerswho state Altinn saves them time 20
  • Service types in Altinn Submission service forms Message service information completed and submitted from the public enterprise to 229 through altinn.no web portal the users message box in 58 or professional service Altinn systems Access service making public registers and Links service making use of Altinn log on 8 case files available to the to access forms and services 127 user, including the possibility to forward the information on other web pages Collaboration service several Transmission service forms and services exchange of information 1 2 between public enterprises presented to the user as a process 21
  • Thank you! 13.04.2013