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Urban Property Ownership Record (UPOR) Project


PPP Model

The Project will be implemented through a PPP Model where the Private Partners will be responsible for first time spatial data creation, creation of IT infrastructure and delivery of services. The Department will continue to discharge its core responsibility including jointly create spatial records along with Vendor, conduct title enquiry, approve any change to the property Record.

  • Government is funding  a part of the project cost,
  • Vendor (s) will need to fund a large proportion of the cost of the project.
  • Vendor (s) would recover this cost only through delivery of services to citizens
Department will continue to discharge its core responsibility

Roles and Responsibility

  • Government
  • • a. jointly create spatial records along with Vendor
    • b. conduct title enquiry
    • c. approve any change to the property Record
  • Service Provider
  • Technology Service Provider

Requirement to comply with SLA.

The Urban Property Ownership Records project is a Service Delivery Project. Efficiency in the delivery of services is the essence of the Partnership.  In order to regulate the relationships of the partners the Government, the service providers selected, stakeholder departments and the project organization supervising the project, it has been put in place, a set of Service Level Agreements or SLAs.

The SLA’s are of two types

  1. SLA’s for time bound implementation of the project
  2. SLA’s for delivery of services to the Stakeholders

The legal and commercial implications of compliance and non-compliance with the SLA metrics are also specified in Volume III of the RFPs for both the SP and TSP.

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