Identity Management Administrator System (AGA)

The AGA system is a system for the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMIA) support for identity management. Identifies the electronic communications service providers and the identifiers they use, which are identified by Decree 164/2005. (VIII.16.) Government Decree (Identifiers of Electronic Communications Networks). The task of the AGA system is to support administrator tasks related to the identification management, including the editing of the documents to be produced with the templates applied and free editing; storing and displaying documents; preparation of billing data for the collection and usage fees of IDs, preparation of SAP dispatch, continuous and up-to-date registration and publication of the use / allocation of identifiers.

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Tantusz System

The TANTUSZ portal is the common information page of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMIA) and the Media and Infocommunications Commissioner. TANTUSZ helps you navigate your landline and mobile tariffs based on your consumer habits, presents the roaming costs of your overseas mobile phone, and offers providers a combination of (cable, internet, and television) packages. It gives you information about what broadband internet access or television services you choose in the address you have provided in Hungary.

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ESIGN Electronic Signature Records

The ESign system is based on Act CCXXII of 1995 on General Rules for Electronic Administration and Confidentiality. which governs and publishes records of trust services conducted by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority.

The system is divided into two parts, consisting of a stand-alone maintenance module and a stand-alone web queries module. Both work from their own database, but there is a strictly unidirectional relationship between them. Data recording and other operational operations are performed within the maintenance system. The maintenance system is a closed internal system, that is, only NMIA staff members have access to it. The query system is open to the public, that is through the Internet, on the homepage of NMIA (english.nmhh.hu), accessible to anyone. The data that are already "published", ie authorized (controlled, approved data items) are classified in the public data category, they are also displayed in the query system's database for daily (continuous or single) data export / import, through queries.

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Database of Central Electronic Inaccessibility Decisions (KEHTA)

The KEHTA application is the processing and registration system of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMIA). NMIA is Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications 159 / B. (3), from January 1, 2014, operates the database of the Central Electronic Accessibility Decisions (KEHTA) and processes the data received for operation. The system is responsible for processing the resolutions of the NOJ and NTCA, feedback of the results of the processing and notification of the decision-making service providers.

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LD – Labour Database

Interface Ltd. developed the EMMA system in 2004 as a subcontractor for HP and VT-Soft but as the exclusive owner of development rights for the Employment Office. The system is a nationwide labor register with a tens of millions of lines of data, completed with external audits (Hungarian acronym: OEP, etc.). The development was done on a Bea Weblogic platform, Java environment, Oracle database.

(Currently operating under the name LD - Labor Database - within the framework of NISP - National Infocommunications Service Provider.)

The current main users of the system are the labour inspectors, but it also provides the basis for important labour statistics and aggregations.

The system works in 7x24h operation, since it was done is continuously supported by Interface Ltd.

Since January 1, 2007, the system's input has been based on NAV data.

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Compensation and Claims Settlement Systems

Compensation and claims settlement systems operated between 1991 and 2011 under the auspices of the OKKH, KKI, KIH and KIMISZ:

  • KKIEG system
  • XXXII Personal Compensation System
  • XXIX Personal Compensation System (Offices)
  • XXIX Personal Compensation System (Muses and Loss of Life new submissions)
  • A replacement system for reimbursement of life-annuity
  • National Care Allowance System
  • Supplementary Pension System
  • Transitional Risk Fund Settlement System
  • Central Registration System
  • I. Asset Management System
  • II. Asset Management System
  • An Asset Spare System
  • I. Estate Foundation Auction System
  • II. Estate Foundation Auction System
  • Asset Secondary System

Reference: Ministry of Justice 

PHARE Account Management

The DSZR system is a foreign exchange account management and transfer system operated in the Hungarian State Treasury. It handles foreign currency accounts and foreign exchange-related transfers of state institutions, offices, universities, ministries and local governments. We support the DSZR system and follow the legal changes.

The electronic data connection has been fully implemented with the National Bank of Hungary and the System of National Account,and it has benn partly realized with the clients.

Reference: Hungarian State Treasury