Central Civil Registration System is the first e-Government project of Turkey, initially launched in1970s, which were developed to manage all demographic information of Turkish citizens (birth, marriage, divorce, decease, etc.) and any changes in such details, in an electronic environment.
We provide services for MERNIS, the backbone of all e-Government projects in Turkey, since 2000. In this respect, the services, which are undertaken in three stages and successfully accomplished so far, can be summarized as follows.
MERNIS, Dissemination Project, Stage I
In 2000, regional dissemination of the modules, which were prepared in distributed architecture, for use at the District Registry Offices; Issuing Turkish Identity Card numbers to all registered citizens; delivering installation, operation, training and call center services and establishment of a central data warehouse to be used at the General Directorate.
MERNIS, Dissemination Project, Stage II
In 2002, retrofitting the District Registry Office modules running independently of each other in distributed architecture, in such a way that they could operate online, linked to central database, and executing the relevant dissemination tasks at the General Directorate and all District Registry Offices.
MERNIS Central Software Project
In 2007, redevelopment of MERNIS application software operating in a distributed and client-server architecture, in a central and web-based architecture and realization of data transfer works from all District Registry Offices and central databases, as well as commissioning of the system.
MERNIS made great contribution to social transformation as it covers the citizens, district registry offices, and public agencies and institutions. Some of these contributions are indicated below.