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What is this wiki?
This wiki is a knowledge base that is continuously enriched with new public sector services and processes. It was established by the Open Society Organization (GFOSS), started under the framework of the Open Government Programmatic Action of the Region of Western Macedonia with the ICCS and the cooperation of the GFOSS (Group of Open Government) and operates according to its model (see crowdsourcing) as well as wikipedia, see the best entries in Greek wikipedia. Executives from public entities structured the services they provide to all kinds of traders as well as the procedures followed until the complete provision of each service.
Each service is a wikipedia-based entry, which contains in diadikasies.gr:
- official title of the service,
- brief description,
- relevant legislation on which it is based,
- a table with the necessary forms and / or electronic forms, with templates,
- table with its step-by-step procedures,
- any co-competent administrative units,
- forms with which the end - user is provided with templates and
- the registers kept for its provision.
The best entries of diadikasies.gr you will find here.
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The service-wiki wiki serves the following purposes:
Know who is interested in how many and what services a provider provides and how.
To help each operator to standardize their services so that the same service has the same name and is provided with the same procedure everywhere.
Be a first big step towards simplifying public procedures. Simplification will save resources for the public and for the citizens.
In the wiki we aspire with the active participation of active citizens and public employees to register and update all services provided by all public sector bodies, Ministries, Regions, Municipalities, Legal Entities of Public and Private Law.
The wiki community aspires to include all Public Employees and Active Citizens who are interested in registering and improving Public Sector services and procedures.