DXC Technology has won a 6-8-year contract to run and transform the mission-critical IT infrastructure for Danish citizen data.
DXC Technology will manage and develop Civil Registration System (CPR) which records and manages citizen data and enables over 40,000 users making millions of transactions per month.
DXC Technology is responsible for the management of the CPR, while introducing new technologies and services such as digital apps and automation. The CPR Administration manages a central, nationwide register of citizen data linked to a unique identification number.
The system registers important basic personal data and key life events including birth, names, deaths, marriages, and other data, for approximately 10 million current and ancestral Danish citizens, DXC Technology said.
DXC will use its knowledge of the CPR to manage service delivery. It will ensure records are correctly managed and securely stored in a centralised network of databases. The CPR’s digital and physical infrastructure will be delivered from DXC’s highly secure and resilient data centre operations.