This challenging project called for the legalization and regularization of about 200,000 housing properties in various development towns, as well as properties confiscated by the state since 1975. The project includes: dedicated legal work and support, including defining legal frameworks and legislation, accurate aerial photos covering 3000 km², geo-referencing, mapping and interpretation and producing urban plans. More than 2.4 million documents from various public entities were scanned and indexed in order to support the legal and geographical data, assuring reliable information and orderly and balanced growth.
The result was a national property registration system based on unique identification numbers, integrated into the tax administration database.
Additional IT modules allowed the issuance of registration certificates and communication between notaries and the registries.
The project also included training and knowledge transfer to public administration employees, in order to build autonomous local teams.