EULF Best Practice 13

EULF Best Practice 13 - KLIC to prevent damage caused by excavation works
Country: The Netherlands
Policy domain: Utility management, road works
Process owners: Dutch Cadastre, Utility network operators, Excavation community
Short description: In 2010 The Netherlands introduced the digital information system KLIC to optimize the digital information-exchange between excavators and cable and pipe operators. Before starting excavation works, an excavator needs to submit an application request to KLIC. Network operators deliver the digital information about their cables and pipelines through KLIC to the Cadastre, which provides the information from all network operators to the excavator.
Recommendations: Policy and Strategy Alignment (4); Digital Government Integration (7); Standardisation and Reuse (12); Return on Investment (16); Governance, Partnerships and Capabilities (17; 18)
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Nature of documentation: Technical report


Type of document
European Union Public License, Version 1.1 or later (EUPL) 
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