Do you loathe endless paperwork and filling out forms? The smart city understands completely. To relieve all kinds of cumbersome procedures for its citizens and businesses as much as possible, the Brussels-Capital Region now has Fidus, an IT platform that organises the exchange of data between administrations.
Applying for an allowance or a permit can sometimes be a bit of an ordeal: you have to send administration X data that is held by administration Y, or even administration Z, if things are really complicated. Fidus now does that for you, opening the doors to smart administration. Fidus is the crossroads for everything to do with the Brussels Region, with data being exchanged between the various administrations at federal level and the level of the regions and communities. These authorities have approved the principle that from now on they will not ask citizens or business for information if it is available from one of the administrations (e.g. your national registration number or your place of residence).
Fidus went operational at the beginning of November 2015. By the end of the year, Fidus will make the following data available among administrations:
The Fidus platform will also support exchanges between suppliers and regional public services in the context of electronic billing.
It cannot be the intention to exchange any data in any way whatsoever. The protection of our personal information and our privacy ensures that. Fidus can therefore only grant access to the data of certain organisations as specified by the Commission for the Protection of Privacy or by the Supervisory Committee established within the Brussels Regional Parliament.
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