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Requirement analysis on public key infrastructure and fingerprint enabled solution for land administration information system in Rwanda. Case of the transaction by land sell

Show simple item record NSHUTI, Arielle 2022-05-12T12:23:44Z 2022-05-12T12:23:44Z 2021-04-19
dc.description Master's Dissertation en_US
dc.description.abstract The implementation of Public key infrastructure and the fingerprint through systems interconnection is trusted to play a role in Transaction by Land Sell at sector offices in Rwanda, whereby the current system is semi-automated thought the Government Platform Irembo which can result in fraudulent cases, duplication of the required document which is already recorded in some system and unnecessary trips made by Beneficiaries. This research project addressed the issues of how different systems that relate to Land information can be integrated using Information and Communication Technologies. The proposed solution will be supported by making the linkage between the National Identification Agency NIDA (with data on each resident from 16 years of age and biometric information), Land administration information system, the Electronic Mortgage Registration System eMRS (with data on an enrolled mortgage); the Courts (with data on got cases about land questions); Rwanda Revenue Authority (with data on land taxes); and the Banks (with the mode of payment). This study examined current technological and system capabilities that are already in place for the process of the transaction by land sell at the sector level as the Rwandan government has the politic of implementation of ICT solution to facilitate its citizens to get services more efficient, costeffective, quick and transparent. The study was conducted using qualitative research methodology approach, structured interview question was generated, and conducting it to different user department and agencies together with other stakeholders, we have found the problem of long-distance that customer takes to Sector Land Office, the time that the process takes, much hard copy documents to complete the application file to be submitted. For resolving these problems, we proposed the harmonization of the existing systems by matching the identifiers to fully integrate and be able to share individual data in back end systems. Using fingerprint of the landowner to retrieve needed data to fulfill the application online that will resolve the problem of duplication of data when submitting hard copies document and remove the time that takes the process of the service and the use of PKI to help the land notary to make a digital signature when received the application online. As a result, we have designed the proposed workflow, which can be implemented after being evaluated by the office in charge of land service. The outcome from this research project will support and simplify the process and activity of Transaction by land sell on three parties Governance, citizen, and business. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher College of science and Technology en_US
dc.subject Public key infrastructure (PKI) Finger Print, System interconnection, Land Transaction en_US
dc.title Requirement analysis on public key infrastructure and fingerprint enabled solution for land administration information system in Rwanda. Case of the transaction by land sell en_US
dc.type Dissertation en_US

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