To improve and standardize administrative provinces in various county and city governments, registration and administrative processes required for the “Rules of Governing Electric Appliance Contractors” and “Regulations Governing Professional Electrical Technicians and the Inspection and Maintenance of Power-consuming Equipment” have been enhanced to facilitate public query of relevant information. Since 2003, IISI has been commissioned by the Bureau of Energy to develop a “National Electrical Inspection and Maintenance System” and conduct subsequent system enhancements and maintenance in order to achieve proper management of engineering businesses and electronic technicians in the energy sector.
Tasks involved in this project include:
- Lease and management of system server mainframe and hardware equipment.
- Maintenance services for the information system and database.
- Enhancement of system functions.
- Enhancement of various information and communication security measures in the system.
- Overall improvement of various security and data protection measures as required by the Personal Information Protection Act.
- Organize the “Registration and Management of Electric Appliance Installation, Inspection and Maintenance Contractors and Information System Seminars”.
System framework for this project includes:
- National Electrical Inspection and Maintenance System - (Bureau of Energy, municipalities, county and city governments, science parks, and export processing zones).
- Search system for qualified electric appliance installation, inspection and maintenance contractors - (General public / businesses).
- Search system for qualified electric appliance installation, inspection and maintenance contractors - (General public).
- Search system for electric appliance installation, inspection, and maintenance contractors and professional electricians - (for Taiwan Power Company / professional associations).
- To continuously provide improvement services for system functions in response to regulatory amended and optimization requirements of the clients.
- To improve dedicated auditing of professional technicians by other public agencies of the same level. Make use of Web Services and other public agencies (including Water Pipeline Installation Technicians of the Water Resources Agency and the Public Gas Pipeline Installation Technicians of the Bureau of Energy) to initiate cross-checking of trail searches for technician registration statuses.
- To continuously enhance various encryption and decryption functions of network transmission and databases for various sensitive personal data managed by the system, and to provide log storage mechanisms for such confidential and sensitive data in order to ensure their proper security.
- To provide over 300,000 lines of source code and over 107 system functions.
- Registered management systems specified by the “Rules of Governing Electric Appliance Contractors” and “Regulations Governing Professional Electrical Technicians and the Inspection and Maintenance of Power-consuming Equipment” have been used as the basis for designing and optimizing information systems, achieving improved efficiency of various registration and management operations in public agencies.
- Cross-checking systems for agencies at the same level have been employed to ensure that technicians are dedicated to their field of expertise in compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Open searches of various registered data have been employed to accelerate data transparency and improve overall public service performance.
Energy Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs