French application for a parking vignette
The French public administration is planning to implement an easier way to apply for parting vignettes. Citizens can soon apply for a residential parking card online without handing in any documents concerning car registration, proof of address or income.
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Today, if residents want to apply for a parking vignette, they have to send in all their documents concerning their vehicle and tax data to their local authority. This authority then needs to verify this data which can delay the process. The average waiting time for a new residential parking card totals 10 days. Through the new system, applications can be submitted online without having to send in documents. The municipalities will be able to verify the data with other administrations to save time and re-use already collected data.
Promised since 2014, the new program could soon become reality as it is scheduled to start in 2018. It is initiated from a legal point of view via an ordinance (for companies) and an amendment to the Digital bill (for individuals). Through the program, it will no longer be necessary to re-enter data such as family status, the number of dependents, the reference tax income or the number of people living in a household.
This program will reduce the administrative burden for citizens and businesses as they do not have to re-enter data and allows public administrations to share and re-use data.
|URL||30 nouvelles mesures pour simplifier la vie des Français|
|Start date||1 Jan 1999|
|Nature and status of project||Planned Project|
|Is the OOP case/enabler mandatory?||Opt-in|
ENABLING ASSETS OR COMPONENTS
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API Particulier, https://api.gouv.fr/api/api-particulier.html
Simplified procurement (MPS), http://www.modernisation.gouv.fr/les-services-publics-se-simplifient-et-innovent/par-des-simplifications-pour-les-entreprises/marche-public-simplifie
FranceConnect Agents (DcANT), http://etatplateforme.modernisation.gouv.fr/actualite/franceconnect-se-decline-egalement-pour-les-agents-de-la-fonction-publique
L’API « Impôts particuliers », https://particulier.api.gouv.fr/tech/
Article L113-13, https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000033202746&categorieLien=id
Data handling / data exchange
Type of data sharing
|Stakeholder name||Stakeholder type|
City of Marseille
City of Paris
City of Lyon
Disclaimer: Please note that this article is a result of the SCOOP4C Pilot Project, not an application of a CEF Building Block.
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