Welcome to the website of the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services.
As data manager and data processing authority of the most important national registries – being a part of national data assets – the Central Office is an integral organisation of the Hungarian public administration.
The secure IT background is the base for our authentic national registries, for the reliability of data provision, and for the authenticity of documents issued by our Office as well.
Through our nation-wide IT network we provide services and support among others
- for successful conducting elections,
- for operation of the Document Service Centres,
- for registrars’ activities and
- for work of the Integrated Client Service Centres.
07 February 2013
According to the new rules new type of driving licences have been issued in Hungary as well. The age limit of certain driving licence categories will be increased as well. The age limit for category "C" (lorries) will be 21 years instead of current 18 years of age, in case of category "D" (buses, minibuses with light trailers) 24 years of age instead of 21 year. The unlimited category "A" can be obtained from 24 years of age instead of 21 years. If the driver has at least 2 years-old licence for driving "A2" sub-category she/he can obtain the licence for category "A" from the age of 21 year.
05 February 2013
A comprehensive, simple and secure customer identification system is being established by the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services (KEKKH) and the National Infocommunication Services Co. Ltd. (NISZ). The new identification system to be carried out within the framework of "Full-scale customer identification project" will result not only simplification and rationalization, but the possibility of remote administration as well.
07 January 2013
CSCA certificates and all revocation lists of travel documents manufactured from 2006 till now and inspected at border crossing had been uploaded. Thereafter the experts of ICAO centre confirmed the uploading of data files in written form as well and expressed their pleasure about the fact, that Hungary has entered into the last stage of live connection by uploading these data as 18th member state (out of 191 member states). The NPKD (National Public Key Directory) connection to the central data directory of the ICAO PKD can be realized by the end of 2012 resulting a significant progress and meeting the international aviation safety and travel document inspection requirements.
02 January 2013
The document administering/administration procedure will be simpler, shorter and more comfortable.
19 October 2012
A joint delegation of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice (KIM) and Central Office for Administrative and Public Services (KEKKH) travelled to Portugal within the framework of the signed Memorandum of Understanding on modernization of the public administration with the purpose to continue the exchange of experiences started by the visit of the Portuguese delegation.
16 October 2012
The role of call center administration will be expanded so the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services is going to carry out significant developments. The goal is to create a Contact Center based Phone Customer Service System that is available in 24 hours every day of the year.
26 June 2012
On 19 June the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers of the Portuguese Republic signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the purpose of modernizing public administration.
02 February 2012
According to the Fundamental Law which entered into force on 1 January 2012, the name of our country is Hungary. Accordingly the public documents issued by the state will bear designation Hungary instead of Republic of Hungary.
16 January 2012
From 1 January 2012, a new passport administration procedure has entered into force. Accordingly, it is possible for customers to apply for passports within 7, 3 days or even within 24 hours in addition to the current 30-day administration time.
08 December 2011
It is possible to pay the administration service fee by credit card if the client goes in person to any Document Service Centre. Administration is much faster and comfortable compared to the payment by “yellow” postal order. As further advantage payment by credit card in a Document Service Centre is not considered as cash drawing, no transaction costs will be charged.