The Ministry of Labour and Social Justice has implemented, between March 2016 – April 2018, in partnership with the National Institute for Economic Research “Costin C. Kiriţescu”, the project „Implementing a system for elaborating public policies in the area of social inclusion at the level of MLSJ” (project code SIPOCA 4), cofinanced by ESF through Administrative Capacity Operational Program 2014-2020.
Through this project, a set of strategic planning instruments has been created (interactive maps on the territorial distribution of existing social services and their infrastructure and on the need of social services and corresponding infrastructure, on poverty – relative poverty rate and in-work poverty rate; a methodology for a unitary data collection and analysis for data on existing and needed social services and their corresponding infrastructure), in order to support a citizen-centered decisional process.
The IT system created within the project allows for the input, updating and analysis of the data on social services and their infrastructure, through the development of two IT modules, as follows:
▪ A geo-spatial module (PI-GIS) which integrates all the necessary functions for generating the following types of maps: (a) social services and their infrastructure map; (b) the need for social services and corresponding infrastructure map; (c) poverty map; (d) in-work poverty map.
▪ An IT module allowing for the input and analysis of the data on social services (PI-IASS), respectively the data from the MLSJ’s Single Electronic Registry of Licensed Social Services, as well as other sets of data which will be collected through a Social Services Monitoring E-Form.
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