To consolidate the information management and to boost the work efficiency, the Hsinchu County Government held the launching ceremony of “Land Lease Management System under the 37.5 % Arable Rent Reduction Act” on Jan. 23. It is expected that up to 1700 more lease contracts of the County will go electronic based on the online management system, and the traditional contracts put down in black and white will, instead, go down in history. With the online system introduced to the public, the lease disputes can be minimized, and the application procedures will be simplified, thus improving the work efficiency.
Along with the land lease personnel from different counties (or cities), the Deputy Magistrate Chang Jen-Hsang, Representative of Dept. of Land Administration, Ministry of the Interior (MOI) Huang Qi-Ling, Director-general of Land Administration Department (LAD) Zheng Fu-Sheng, Councilor Kao Wei-Kai, Councilor Shang Kuan Chiu-Yan, and Councilor Ho Kan-Ming also attended and spoke at the launching ceremony to witness the historic moment.
The daily paperwork and time spent on official documents exchanges can be greatly saved if the procedures for lease registration, exchange and proofreading are undertaken online via the electronic management system for land lease, Deputy Magistrate Chang stated. Chang added that the online system would serve as a friendly tool for citizens to get an instant hold of the correct lease information.
Due to the limited budget in hands, the online management system was outsourced by the County’s LAD to Kang Zhong Technologies for further designs and setup. In addition, the operation of the system hinges upon the simultaneous modification database for land administration. The system, through six months of Kang Zhong’s development and township offices' archiving and checks on land administration data, announced its completion at the end of 2013, and was awarded Grade A by the Dept. of Land Administration, MOI. Today marked the official launch of the online system, by integrating and managing the information technology, it is expected to offer citizen-friendly services, thereby pushing Hsinchu County forward to achieving the vision.
Source: Chen Yi-Zhen, Land Rights Section, Land Administration Department, Hsinchu County Government
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Writer: Chen Chang-Shun