"KEP has been enhanced and provide a number of new services online through a unique application," said Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the Minister of Administrative Reform and eGovernance.
The new services which citizens can use, simply and directly, are:
- Tax clearance certificate from the competent tax office;
- Insurance and building works certification from the Hellenic Social Insurance Institute (Ίδρυμα Κοινωνικών Ασφαλίσεων - ΙΚΑ);
- Population registry certificates:
- Certificate of marital status;
- Birth certificate;
- Certificate of citizenship;
- Certificate of marital status specifically for the Agricultural Insurance Organisation (Οργανισμός Γεωργικών Ασφαλίσεων - OGA);
- Pension certificate and remuneration statement from the Merchant Seamen’s Fund (Ναυτικό Απομαχικό Ταμείο - ΝΑΤ).
Mr Mitsotakis also announced that in the coming months KEP will also provide services regarding domestic electricity tariffs, eStamps and military service certificates.
In addition, the online connection, as of today, of KEP with public bodies enables citizens and businesses to access basic services through a single application, with a single visit, quickly and without hassle.
"The aim is to have a citizen’s gateway for all transactions with the state, whether this is the physical gateway of KEP or the digital gateway of ERMIS,” said Evi Christophilopoulou, Under Secretary for Administrative Reform and eGovernance, also present at the press conference.
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Original news article - General Secretariat of Public Administration and Electronic Governance (in Greek)