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Key ICT project: 2010 data management (road licensing information system)

Federal Roads Office

Key facts

The launch of the 2010 data management project (road licensing information system) in 2010 saw the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) replace the MOFAD data hub. Vehicle and driver registration data and federal administrative measures were centrally managed in MOFAD. This data was stored in three different systems (MOFIS, FABER, ADMAS). The systems reached the end of their life cycle and were replaced by the licensing information system. In 2015, the FEDRO had to postpone the introduction of the licensing information system because it lacked stability and its performance was insufficient. As a result, FEDRO suspended its collaboration with the supplier, Trivadis. At the end of 2016, both parties resumed work after FEDRO had analysed various options for the appropriate course of action based on an SFAO recommendation. Around CHF 48 million had been spent by the end of June 2017. The total cost of the project (including operating and internal costs) has been identified as CHF 73.6 million by the end of 2018.