SERVIZIO PRENOTAZIONI ONLINE CONDONO EDILIZIO

Il servizio consente, attraverso il sistema online, di prenotare appuntamenti presso il front office dell’Ufficio Condono (via di Decima 96 - Roma) entro un arco temporale di 7 giorni (oltre i 15 giorni nel caso sia richiesto un fascicolo depositato presso l'archivio esterno).

Per accedere è necessario prima registrarsi e confermare la registrazione attraverso la mail di conferma ricevuta dal sistema. L’accesso, tramite utente e password, consente di richiedere appuntamenti, di verificare gli appuntamenti già presi ed eventualmente disdire gli appuntamenti con 2 giorni di anticipo.

È possibile registrarsi come utente ordinario o tecnico (per questa tipologia è richiesto il numero di iscrizione all'albo professionale di appartenenza) accedendo ai seguenti servizi:

  • INFORMAZIONI SULLO STATO DELLA PRATICA
  • RILASCIO CONCESSIONI (a seguito di comunicazione già notificata all’utente)
  • VISURE/COPIE
  • INFORMAZIONI AGIBILITÀ

 

Il sistema consente di visualizzare le disponibilità per i servizi da richiedere e di fissare giorno e ora dell’appuntamento, inserendo obbligatoriamente il numero della pratica per la quale viene richiesto il contatto.

Completata la richiesta, il sistema invierà automaticamente il promemoria dell’appuntamento all’indirizzo di posta elettronica del richiedente.
Si consiglia di stampare tale promemoria e di portarlo al seguito il giorno dell'appuntamento per agevolare le procedure presso il desk.

Ogni utente (sia ordinario che tecnico) potrà prenotare un massimo di 2 appuntamenti a settimana per ogni tipologia di servizio. Ciascun appuntamento si intende riferito ad una sola pratica.

Per comunicare tempestivamente eventuali variazioni, è vivamente consigliato concedere la disponibilità del proprio numero di telefono cellulare (inserendolo nei campi di registrazione e/o comunicandolo all’operatore del call center).

La prenotazione on-line non esime l'utente dalla formalità previste dalle normative vigenti; pertanto occorre prevedere i tempi necessari per la presentazione della modulistica specifica presso il protocollo (presente all'interno della sala front office), nonché presentarsi muniti di copia dei documenti di identità del delegato e del delegante in numero pari alle pratiche oggetto dell'appuntamento.

Per ottimizzare il servizio offerto, è attivo il campo riservato alla modulistica da scaricare, stampare ed esibire al personale incaricato ai rapporti con l’utenza, ovvero depositare direttamente al protocollo dell’Ufficio Condono Edilizio.

Telefoni: 06.83199.430/431/432/433/434
E-Mail: info.condono@rpr-spa.it

SiBook CE 1.0 - Premessa

@package		SiBook CE
@version		1.0.1.178 del 07-12-2012
@copyright		Copyright (C) 2012 Alessio Chiga. All rights reserved.
@license		GNU/GPLv3

SiBook è un software libero.
Chiunque è libero di eseguire questa versione per qualsiasi scopo,
di studiare come funziona il software, di modificare il codice sorgente
in modo da adattarlo alle proprie necessità o di utilizzarne
delle porzioni in altri software liberi, di ridistribuire copie in modo
da aiutare il prossimo, di migliorare il software e distribuirne
pubblicamente i miglioramenti apportati, rispettando i termini
della stessa licenza GNU/GPLv3.

SiBook CE 1.0 - Scheda tecnica

"SiBook CE", il cui nome sta per "Sistema Informativo Booking
(prenotazioni) - Condono Edilizio", è un sistema di gestione delle
prenotazioni di servizi presso sportelli al cittadino, avente per
obiettivo l’eliminazione di code e attese oltre all’ottimizzazione
dell’attività di back office.
Il sistema, basato su architettura di rete client-server, è raggiungibile
dall’utenza, dai tecnici di sportello e dagli amministratori, tramite
Internet attraverso un browser web.

SiBook CE è stato realizzato interamente con tecnologie Free & Open
Source Software (F/OSS), coerentemente a quanto richiesto dalla recente
normativa in materia di software per la Pubblica Amministrazione
(modifiche al C.A.D. apportate dalla Legge n. 134 07.08.2012).

Il software è corredato di codice sorgente aperto e sistema di scripting
per la creazione e gestione del database. Tutto il codice sorgente è
rilasciato con licenza GNU/GPLv3 per poter essere modificato e/o riusato
nell’ambito della Pubblica Amministrazione ma non solo.

La connessione al database è corredata di un ORM (Object-Relational
Mapping), una infrastruttura che favorisce l'integrazione di sistemi
software aderenti al paradigma della  programmazione orientata agli
oggetti con sistemi RDBMS. Questo consente all’applicativo di non essere
vincolato al sistema sul quale è stato nativamente montato, ma può essere
agevolmente migrato su database differenti, senza creare problemi o
disservizi.

SiBook CE 1.0 - Tecnologie utilizzate

- Sistema server GNU/Linux System
- Apache HTTP Server
- Sendmail server
- Postfix SMTP
- RDBMS Oracle MySQL
- PHP Hypertext Preprocessor
- Symfony framework
- jQuery framework
- phpMyAdmin

Il software è stato modellato con tecnica OOP (Object Oriented
Programming) paradigma di programmazione basato sull'interoperabilità
tra moduli software, a vantaggio di una più facile gestione e
manutenzione del progetto, a favore di una scrittura modulare e di riuso
del software.

La composizione delle email di sistema è stata realizzata in conformità
agli standard internazionali RFC 822 ("Standard for the format of Arpa
Internet text messages") e RFC 1341 ("MIME, Multipurpose Internet Mail
Extensions: Mechanisms for Specifying and Describing the Format of
Internet Message Bodies").
L'applicativo è dotato di un front-end ad uso degli utenti e di un
back-end per la gestione da parte del back office dell'ufficio.

SiBook CE 1.0 - Principali caratteristiche dell'applicativo

- interfaccia interattiva user friendly realizzata grazie a tecnologie
d'avanguardia come AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) e JSON
(JavaScript Object Notation - standard IETF RFC 4627);
- gestione uffici multipli configurabili;
- gestione servizi a sportello, numero di sportelli attivi, durata degli
appuntamenti, orari e giorni di servizio configurabili;
- gestione chiusure straordinarie dell’ufficio o per singolo servizio,
anche per orari parziali, configurabili;
- report degli appuntamenti esportabile in formato tabellare su file;
- report statistici sugli appuntamenti;
- gestione da back-end degli utenti.

Il sistema prevede quindi nativamente la possibilità di essere gestito
dall'Ufficio per cui è stato sviluppato, rendendolo quasi completamente
indipendente nelle sue funzioni e gestioni dal programmatore
dell'applicativo.

Sono già previste, inoltre, ulteriori estensioni tramite le quali il
sistema potrà essere gestito in todo dall'ufficio che ne farà uso e
saranno implementate in un successivo rilascio. Tra queste possibilità
(non definite in fase di progettazione del software e quindi fissate
all'interno del codice sorgente) troviamo, ad esempio, la gestione della
durata del calendario e la possibilità di configurare tutti i parametri
minori (numero di prenotazioni massime per settimana per singolo utente,
testi delle email inviate, giorni necessari per poter accedere alla
prenotazione di una pratica esterna, numero massimo di giorni entro cui
poter cancellare una prenotazione, ecc.) che sono attualmente hard-coded
e cioè fissi all'interno del sistema.

SiBook CE 1.0 - Credits

- Roma Capitale
  - Risorse per Roma SpA
  - Cosimo Damiano Apostolo
  - Fabio Barchiesi
  - Alessio Chiga
  - Felice Zingarelli
  - Attilio Gaffi

SiBook CE 1.0 - Licenza

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