Romanian Police develops information system under project funded over 33.6 million lei

The Romanian Police invests, under a project on European funds, in hardware equipment and technical support for the information system it manages, aimed at making more efficient the operational working flows, the Romanian Police Inspectorate General (IGPR) informs.

The project, called SISPOL 2, is funded by the European Commission, under the National Programme the Fund for Internal Security – the police cooperation component, and is carried out over 36 months, in the period 25 November 2016 – 24 November 2019.

The budget amounts to 33,625,035.70 lei, out of which 25,218,776.78 lei represent EC funding and 8,406,258.92 lei co-funding.

According to the IGPR, through SISPOL 2, the information system managed by the Romanian Police, one of the most complex in the country, it will develop its security and performance, thus contributing to enhancing the quality of operative work of policemen.

The general goal is to ensure the security, performance and availability of the Romanian Police information system, aimed at increasing the data storage and transmission capacity, at the same time with ensuring the availability of the systems managing police information.

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