Over 100,000 Using E-reporting Interface for Public Utilities

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There are already more than 100,000 users of the e-reporting interface, which enables the notification of data changes to utility companies and the administration of utility transcriptions via the Internet, State Secretary Responsible for Territorial Administration István György, of the Prime Minister's Office, announced in Budapest this week.

According to business daily Világgazdaság, the e-reporting interface was implemented with HUF 1.8 billion from European Union funds under the Public Administration and Public Service Development Operative Program.

When the interface was launched in February 2022, 31 utility providers were available on the platform; today, more than 180 companies have joined: 131 utility providers and more than 50 telecommunications companies.

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