The module PNIP is a module of the application NEKIP for the management of the local government’s real properties. It is intended for registering additional data of real properties in the territory of the local government and objects in their composition (land units, buildings, room groups) in order to ensure efficient management of them.

Possibilities to conveniently register, update, process and select real property objects data thus ensuring integrated management of real properties in various areas important for the local government. The solution is closely linked with the data of the Real Property State Cadastre IS cadastre data, and they can be supplemented with other data held by the local government on real property objects in various areas, in the so called PNIP dimensions:

Property management; accounting fixed assets; privatisation alienation process; construction process, inspections etc.

The solution is suitable for those local government employees whose direct competence is the management of real property and those whose functions in any way are connected with the local government’s real properties, including accountants to optimise the process of accounting fixed assets data.

The main advantage of the module is the possibility to view the data of Real Property State Cadastre IS on a particular real property object and integrate them with specific data held by the local government, including digital documents.

The module is linked with the Real Property State Cadastre IS and the State Address Register IS. In future, it is planned to link also with the data from State Single Computerised Land Register.

PNIP is a module of the NEKIP system, so these solutions are mutually linked. For the system to be able to provide its functions, it is linked with the following applications of the Single Local Governments System:

  • PERS, INO.
  • Planned linkings: BRIDZIS, NOMA, NINO, LIETVARIS, GVEDIS and others.

The solution makes it possible, on the basis of data of the Real Property State Cadastre IS, to create for any cadastre object descriptive dimensions, in which various types of events (facts) are recorded. Facts make it possible to trace and systematise the life cycle of real properties and their objects. Each fact can be supported with respective documents and document files (decisions, instructions, correspondence, photos etc), thus providing the functionality of a digital archive, where any local government employee can in one place find and conveniently use all the documents related to a particular real property.