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The Single Information Point (SIP) 

The Single Information Point (SIP) has been developed within the framework of the project "Building a GIS based electronic platform "Single Information Point", financed under the Operational Program "Good Governance" (OP GG). SIP is built in accordance with the provisions of the Directive 2014/61/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council and the Electronic Communication Networks and Physical Infrastructure Act (ECNPI).

SIP is available on the following address:


Broadband is recognised by the European Commission as one of the main tools for improving of the economic and social well-being of the population. It is becoming an increasingly important factor not only for the competitiveness of the enterprises, but also for supporting social inclusion and enables the development and use of e-government services. The spread of high-speed connectivity can lead to a significant increase in gross domestic product, employment, the competitiveness of national economies on the international scene and the quality of life.

Current information about the existing private and public infrastructure and quality of service while using a standard indicators for "mapping" a broadband networks, including about the needs of sectors, with specific demands

Under the "Rural Development Programme" 2014-2020, BGN 60 million shall be allocated, for connection to the Single Electronic Communication Network of the State administration of the municipal centres falling under the so-called "white or grey areas", according to the "Community Guidelines for the application of State aid rules in relation to rapid deployment of broadband networks" (the Guidelines).

Infrastructure for Next Generation Access (NGA)
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