Przemyśl(any) System Informacyjny - we have completed consultations
Behind us is the completion of another task in the project called " Przemyśl(any) System Informacyjny". As part of the pre-implementation analysis, we completed the stage of direct consultations of digital accessibility solutions with representatives of the city's organizational units. Based on the prepared report, the conclusions clearly drawn indicate the need to implement a tool ensuring a single standard of access to information for people with special needs. Another aspect is also the development of uniform graphic and functional templates that will improve the ergonomics of navigating the websites of all public entities in the city. Lead auditor in the field of digital accessibility from the executive company Netkoncept Sp. z o. o. the person conducting the consultations and research prepared a number of recommendations and functional requirements in the report for the implemented system under the project.
As part of the project, 50 digitally accessible websites will be created that meet the requirements in this regard. In addition, employees of the city's organizational units will take part in workshops and training, which will be the next stage of the project. During the programming work, selected issues related to the implementation of the system's functionality will be taken into account during the consultations. All websites will be integrated with the Municipal Information Service to create one common information system. According According to the assumptions of the project, the unification of Internet addresses as subdomains was also planned in the internet domain przemysl.edu.pl for educational units.
The report is attached to this information and we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the results of consultations with representatives of organizational units of the city of Przemyśl.
The project entitled "Rethought Information System (PSI)" is implemented as part of the project "Together We Change Przemyśl" financed from external funds, 85% from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism for 2014-2021 and 15% from the state budget under the program Local Development.