National-Public Administration Portal:
Malta's e-Government services portal, relying on the e-ID (the single most trusted authentication mechanism) to provide a one-stop-shop for all eGovernment services. The portal allows the management of the user’s e-ID profile which contains personal details as well as functions for assignment and delegation. Citizens may “delegate” their eServices to other citizens (who have an e-ID) or to registered organisations. Through www.mygov.mt, the e-ID may also be used by organisations (e.g. businesses and administrations) which may “assign” the management of the eServices to an “Organisation Manager” who has an e-ID. (www.mygov.mt) .
Next Generation e-Government Platform (launched November 2011), is considered to be the evolution of Government’s electronic services with the main aim of promoting citizen centricity. The platform intends to give citizens and businesses greater transparency, more personalised services, more influence over service design and delivery and a greater level of trust. Along with the platform, the Government also launches 55 new services, which combine with the 93 electronic services available to date. A total of 150 services will be launched by mid-2012 and 350 services by the end of 2012 (https://forms.mygov.mt/) .
E-Government Backbone: -
Research & Education Network: -
Environmental Geoportal: EU-Funded
Marine Data Management Infrastructure: EU-Funded
Legislation & e-Justice System: -
e-Health System: EU-Funded
e-Tax Portal & Infrastructure:
e-IRDMT (Inland Revenue Services On-Line), aiming to re-engineer the information processing of its high volume transactions and simplify compliance to provide better customer services to Taxpayers and reduce operational costs (http://www.ird.gov.mt/) .
CCS (Customer Care System), aiming to provide the general public a facility to log complaints, make a suggestion and/or request information (hereafter referred to as ‘incidents’) and track the processing status of the former. (http://www.servizz.gov.mt) .
eReg-ADT (Motor Vehicle Registration & Licensing Malta) providing all motor vehicle agents, auto dealers as well as the general public the facility to register vehicles online directly with the Licensing and Testing Directorate (LTD) within the Malta Transport Authority (MTA), obtain the Registration Value (RV) of a used Private Motor Vehicle including the amount of Registration Tax which considers specific variables like CO2, length, and particulate matter (for diesel powered vehicles only) in line with the Motor Vehicle Registration Tax Act, acquire and book a personalised number plate online, allow owners of vehicles registered in 2008 to check on credit rebates and optionally migrate from the 2008 registration tax regime to the new regime (https://secure2.gov.mt/vehicleregistration/home) .
Electronic Public Procurement System (published October 2011), which, with the inclusion of e-Tenders will fully modernize and simplify the way in which public procurement is carried out. The new e-Tendering system will assist prospective tenderers in compiling their offer, which will reduce to a great extent the risk of incorrect or missing information .