During Friday, the organization did not want to say when exactly the system will be launched, so as not to overload the Citizen Identity (NIA), which can be used for the application, at the moment of opening.
“I don’t expect the DiPSy system as such to be overloaded to the point where it stops working. The unknown that everyone is afraid of is how it will be with the NIA’s burden and with logging in through the NIA,” said the head of Cermat, Miroslav Krejčí.
The Digital and Information Agency (DIA) has therefore boosted the Citizen Identity system, through which people will report, by 45 percent due to the expected rush of users. The agency took the measure due to recent problems logging into the new eDoklady application.
Krejčí reminded that Cermat cannot influence the login through NIA, because it goes outside its system.
Time until February 20
Pupils can submit three applications within the system and indicate the order in which they have priority. It does not matter when they submit the application in the system, they have until February 20. It is not yet clear whether the deadline will be extended due to the launch delay.
The login system was tested today for security. “No other problem was discovered,” said Krejci. He assumes that students and their parents will first try the system before submitting their applications.