The application presented in this paper was realized in the framework of LPIS
setup in Romania.
This project aims to provide the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock with an LPIS, as one of the main building blocks in its creation of an IACS, which will eventually facilitate and manage direct payment schemes to farmers, the application of the governments Rural Development Plan and the protection of food safety and the environment.
The geodatabase is then enhanced with a range of other reference data relating to individual land holdings and agricultural usage, to facilitate its use in the LPIS.
The purpose of this contract is the delivery of an updated and homogeneous database for the whole country to be used as the basic source material or graphical infrastructure for LPIS
update, further implementation of IACS and as background data for other related measures (protection, environmental assessment, etc.
Capacity assessmentRS institutions and otherlevels of governments (pilot municipalities) for LPIS introduction andimplementation available;
Nominated staff trained about LPIS (introductorytraining on LPIS structure and its maintenance, basic components of IACS andlinks with other relevant systems);
Development of vector layers for the update data LPIS
and necessary to carry out administrative checks resulting from the reform of the CAP cross compliance rules.
An accurate and functioning LPIS is critical to the payments and compliance processes.
Total quantity or scope: Initial contract period shall be 29 months: delivery of LPIS, 90 day warranty, 12 month support.
Prior Information Notice for Delivery of an updated and homogeneous database for the whole country to be used as the basic source material or graphical infrastructure for LPIS update, further implementation of IACS and as background data for other related measures (protection, environmental assessment, etc.
IT software development for the farm register and FADN system and LPIS software upgrade.
Execution of finding repair service RL PVO techniques and LPIS
in order to eliminate disturbances caused by parts, groups and subgroups of units within the scope under Requests, and recover operability RL PVO techniques and LPIS