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In Slovenia, the conversion of e-records into formats suitable for long-term storage is determined by regulations as mandatory (ZVDAGA, Article 11 and Article 28), when e-records must be stored for more than five years. Storage of e-records over five years is considered as long-term storage). The criteria that must be met by formats to be suitable for long-term storage are also defined by law (Decree on the Protection of Documentary and Archival Material - UVDAG, Article 42), but only the general characteristics of such formats are determined. Therefore, the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia (Archives of the Republic of Slovenia) for individual types of e-records, in accordance with the Rules on uniform technological requirements for the capture and storage of material in digital form (Article 35) publishes on its website (https://www.gov.si / assets / bodies-in-composition / Arhiv-RS / Zakonodaja-2019 / Rules-on-uniform-technological-requirements-for-capture-and-storage-of-material-in-digital-form / List-of-record-form -dolgorocno-hrambo-ver-1.0.pdf) list of the most frequently used formats for individual types of e-records, which are suitable for its long-term storage and they are recommended or marked as acceptable by the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia. To convert e-records from one format to another, we need special software, which can be built into the application equipment itself (eg text editors) or it is a separate software - converter. However, since some of the information may be lost during the conversion of e-records, the correctness of each conversion must be checked with special software - validator. Slovenian regulations do not specifically define converters or validators are usable, and at the same time we know that there are a multitude of them available online today. Choosing the right software tools for conversion and validity is extremely important, as proprietary, free, or open source tools with a variety of functionalities and affordability are available. In order to decide which converters or validators are used in the process of preparation, the Slovenian Public Archives Service (SPAS) have set itself the task of researching this area within the project of establishing a Slovenian public e-archive (Project e-ARH.si: ESS 2016 - 2020/2021) and find these software tools. The starting point in the implementation of the set tasks was legally determined by ZVDAGA, Article 10. Within the project task KC2.5 we searched, tested and designed a set of converters for different types of e-archival records and validators. We searched for converters and validators for individual types of e-records: textual, pictorial, audiovisual, database, e-mail, Websites and spatial data.

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HKOM network is used by those institutions (central government, part of local government and other) that have legal mandate to access internal information resources only available inside the network. Government communication network consists of "connecting part of the network", designed to rapidly connect various parts of the network and segment it (core, access, servers) and the "service part of the network" providing additional support services such as: - ensuring the quality of services in LAN, WAN and MAN network - providing security by firewalls to control traffic inside and between the institutions, - providing security by the IPS-IDS system for proactive control of network traffic flows, - ensuring the high availability of services and the managing of user sessions by load balancing devices, - providing internet access services, - providing centralized control, - management and control of wireless networks, - services for connection of server segments, - remote VPN access. Connectivity in the HKOM network is provided in one of the following ways: - using the Internet and VPN technology, - using own or leased optical connections, - using IP VPN connections. Government communication network HKOM is owned, controlled and managed by ministry responsible for public administration. Users of HKOM network can access the internet and networks of European union, to provide electronic services and general information on public administration. For users who are not connected via permanent connections, an effective security system is in place in the HKOM network to identify users. For this method of connection to the HKOM network, the data recognition system is used. For users who are connected via permanent connections, a more convenient way of connecting to the HKOM network is by establishing Virtual Private Networking (VPN).

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The Klasifikacije2GO platform is intended for the central management of classifications (code lists). All classifications should be in one, central place. Thus, there is no need for the same classifications are repeated through different applications and so there is no need for them to be maintained in different places. Individual applications access classifications using REST service calls. Vision: The main purpose of the project is a platform for establishing new classifications (code lists) and the migration and modernization of existing classifications (code lists). Use: Application Klasifikacije2GO offers : • Keeping classifications (code lists) in one place. • The same classification (code list) can be used in several applications. • Each classification (code list) can have any number of fields of the basic type (DATE, NUMBER, VARCHAR2 or a link to another classification or code list). • Import of already existing classification items (code lists) via CSV file. • Monitoring the audit trail (who and when changed something in the classification or code list). • Log in via ADFS: log in with the same user account as you have for the local domain computer. • Security scheme: you define access (insight, update, access) to classifications (code lists) to other users. • REST access to classifications (code lists) of public access (for the purpose of using classifications or code lists in other applications). Links (operates within HKOM network): • https://e2go-test.sigov.si/ords/f?p=300 (test) • https://e2go.sigov.si/ords/f?p=300 (production)

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Metadata are the core of any modern spatial infrastructure, its interoperability and enable the description of the characteristics of spatial data and related services. They also ensure the integration of modern electronic services and thus enable and simplify access to spatial data and their use in various applications. The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia, in cooperation with the INSPIRE project group, and contractor Igea, d.o.o. prepared a specification of the Slovenian metadata profile for spatial data and services. As the legally determined contact point for the implementation of the INSPIRE directive and the administrator of the Slovenian infrastructure for spatial information, the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia (SMA) is responsible for managing the metadata system for spatial information and related services. In accordance with the requirements of INSPIRE, SMA has prepared an information system for spatial metadata management (IMPS), which in its current, upgraded form is harmonized with the Slovenian metadata profile. The Slovenian metadata profile fully complies with the requirements of the INSPIRE Directive and its implementing rules, and is upgraded with additional metadata elements and rules that are in line with the needs for spatial metadata management in Slovenia. The profile is mandatory for all spatial data controllers that publish metadata in the Slovenian metadata system (regardless of whether the databases fall under the requirements of the INSPIRE Directive or not), so they must prepare their metadata in accordance with the requirements of the Slovenian metadata profile.

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