Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Ministry of Security and Justice Invests 100 million Euro into Failing Project

The Ministry of Security and Justice has invested 103 million Euro into a project for automation. This Integrated Process System Criminal Law aims to make the paper files on criminal projects superfluous. Work on this project has taken ten years, and it has cost 4 times as much as budgeted. This results from an internal evaluation by the ministry. At the end of 2011, the project was stopped. Large parts of the project remain unused. The prosecution only uses the system for standard issues such as thefts in shops. The more complex cases, to a large degree, are still being executed on the basis of paper filing.

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