BlomInfo A/S compagny from Denmark has been selected to provide consultancy services for Improvement of Business Processes and Information Technology of the System for State Registration of Rights to Immovable Property In framework of the Property Rights Project of Millennium Challenge Account-Mongolia. The inception workshop for the consultancy services has been held on March 22 in Kempinski Hotel’s Conference Hall.

The Consultancy team shall focus on improving the procedures, processes and tools used in property registration by strengthening the ability of the Department for Registration of Property Rights of the General Authority for State Registration to function in a way that is efficient and effective for both parties participating in the registration. The consultancy services include: advice on building design to improve the standard of the registration offices; senior management training including strategic planning and financial accounting and tools; detailed process review and improvement to make procedures faster and easier for all; procuring, implementing and monitoring information technology systems for registration and for linking the Property Register with the Citizens Register and cadastral records.

Representatives of the Government, its agencies, banking and financial organizations and other collaborating entities attended the workshop, during which objectives, scope and expected outcomes of the consultancy service were introduced and discussed.

Supporting the initiative by the Government of Mongolia on privatization and official title registration of land and immovable properties, the activities of the Property Rights Project shall be directed towards improving use and security of title registration.

Improvement of rights registration allows the citizens to have the rights to property and land registered to enter the market relations. The quality of services provided by state registration organizations to citizens must be improved and capacity of environment and equipments for the services must be built up.