Israel Local Authorities Data Processing Center ( LADPC ) was established in
1968 by the ministry of interior and the Union of Local Authorities. It
operates as a public company, with the Local Authorities owning 60% and the
Government of Israel owning 40% of the founding shares.
Offering the most comprehensive, integrative computer networking system in
Israel, the company is dedicated to improving the efficiency and productivity
of the country's local authorities.
LADPC serves over 5,000 users connected by over a 150 nodes' network. We
provide real time service information from four central offices - located in
Tel aviv, Jerusalem, Beer Sheva and Haifa.
We provide the municipal sector on line access to Government Ministries, banks
and other organizations. Through the use of EDI, relevant information is
relayed between these subscribers to provide better service at all levels of
This is accomplished through several arrangements including a service bureau,
in which services are provided per request; turnkey systems, which are set up
by LADPC and operated by the customer; or joint operations, in which the staff
of the Center work side-by-side, on a permanent basis, with the customer to
operate the system.
LADPC keeps half of its 400+ highly specialized employees within the
municipalities, providing hands-on solutions to their everyday operations. The
professional staff includes computer engineers, architects, system analysts,
programmers, and computer operators, all of who enables the local authorities'
employees to use these technologically advanced data systems.
There is not a municipality in Israel that does not receive the LADPC's
services, and nearly every citizen enjoys the benefits of improved information
systems and services. In addition to service and support, LADPC provides
software, hardware, manuals and any related equipment required.
The most widely used system offered by the LADPC is of Population Management.
This includes population census records, school registration records and
educational resource management. There is also a system for salary and human
resources, as well as a system that addresses the needs of the senior citizen
In the area of Resource and Capital, the software packages consist of programs
for managing municipal and organizational budgets, loans, tax income, parking
fines and city assets. Real Estate systems handle the cities' buildings, maps
and infrastructure, as well as a new project addressing Geographical
"Moked", an emergency information service, has been set up as another new
system for public service in the municipalities. This special telephone number
is used to request emergency assistance from the police, fire and ambulance
services or local utilities.
"Informatics", an information system for private citizens, connects personal
computers to various services, information and recreational systems such as
municipal information, school registration, supermarket orders and edutainment
(educational computer games).
"Geographic Information Systems – G.I.S", take care of all engineering and
geographic aspects, including the computing process carried out by the Planning
and Building committee, as well as the Engineering dept.The systems allow for
mangement and control of the following processes :
Building licensing and supervision, enhancement levy etc;
Follow-ups on town-planning plans and land designation.
Engineering systems which take care of all aspects of municipal
infrastructures, i.e – sewerage, drainage, water, traffic lights etc.
LADPC offers a wide range of GIS state-of-the-art technology products, as well
as combining the operational and GIS systems via a WEB interface.The systems
have been adpated for data-input personnel, decision makers and others wishing
to show and analyse information via the GIS maps.
"CITY4U"- residents have at-hand special systems allowing them to perform all
resident-municipality functions anywhere, anytime. Information transparency
existing in the municipalities operational systems allow, via internet
infrastructures and voice response, to perform all and necessary functions
directly to the municipality, with immediate on-line update of all oprational
records, without any intervention of municipal personnel throughout the whole
Since LADPC was established and until present, the company has acquired much
expertise and deep understanding of municipal day-to-day functions, and has
lead many municipalities to build computerised systems, software development,
hardware, data communications and information technology, all aimed at
improving municipal management and services rendered to its' residents.
LADPC is committed to suit its' systems to the ongoing needs and changes of
laws and procedures, whilst guarding customer records and product quality. The
vast experience acquired by the company, its' products, systems and wide spread
of its' infrastructures are all winning factors for total and efficient
Information Technology solutions used by the municipality for the residents
Mr. Moshe Alkaslasy
Chairman Of The Board