Integrated System of Administrative Justice Case Management (OSDDY-DD)

Integrated System of Administrative Justice Case Management (OSDDY-DD)


Budget €3.639.900,00 (NSRF 2007-2013)
State Productive
Contracting Authority Hellenic Council of State
Contractor UniSystems ΑΕΕ
Short Description Development, installation and implementation of an Integrated Administrative Justice Case Management System to manage the flow of the Council of State, the General Committee of State of the Regular Administrative Courts and the Administrative Courts of the country, the enrichment of services to the public and the assistance of their supportive operations.

The aim of the project is to accelerate the effective administration of Administrative Justice, reduce its operating costs and improve the quality of services provided to citizens. It includes centralized case management and case law systems, a portal through which all interested parties can access the unified database of Administrative Justice, as well as applications for providing citizens, lawyers and public bodies with update, information and follow-up of case process, filing remedies online, the handling of documents, the notification of decisions, the filing of applications for issuing certificates.

Beneficiaries of the project are:

  • Individuals and legal entities seeking Administrative Justice
  • Lawyers and Bar Associations
  • The Public Administration
  • The judicial officers and officials of Administrative Justice.
Portal Url
Extrovert services
  • Update - information - follow-up of case process.
  • Filing remedies online.
  • Electronic document handling.
  • Electronic notification of decisions to parties and others.
  • Online applications for certificates.
  • Web services with other bodies, through which Government Information Systems may be linked for the exchange of Administrative Justice information (State Council for the Judgment of Appeals for sending decisions, Bar Associations for filing of applications online, while planning interconnection in collaboration with Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) is being examined).