Terms and conditions

еGov.bg is the official website of the Bulgarian e-Government. The portal provides access to information about the institutions in Bulgaria, and the services, which they provide. When using eGov.bg, please note the following:

Content on the website

The content of information resources on this website complies with the requirements of the current legislation in Bulgaria. Should you notice discrepancies, obsolescence, unreliability or illegality of the information published, please inform us immediately. Any legal information on this webpage is no legal advice and is provided for informative purposes only. Any damages incurred as a result of legal or real actions, based solely on the information in this website, are entirely at the expense of the parties that had taken the actions.

Responsibility for third party content

The Ministry of Transport Information Technology and Communications is not responsible for the legality, completeness, accuracy and timeliness of the content of information of third parties, which may be referred through electronic links from this website, or the legality of the actions of these third parties. Should you find any instances of electronic links referring to sources of information with outdated, incorrect or incomplete content of information, which is contrary to the law, please inform us immediately.


The software providing the functioning of this website, its design, including the whole information on the webpage, to the extent of them not being public information, are subject to copyright. No part of the copyright objects shall be reproduced, translated, altered or used in any way without the prior written consent of the Ministry of Transport Information Technology and Communications.

Personal Data

Personal data is collected through this website and processed by the Ministry of Transport Information Technology and Communications solely for the purpose of providing administrative services, in strict compliance with the requirements of the Electronic Governance Act and the Law for Protection of Personal Data. The collection and processing of personal data for other purposes are done voluntarily and only after the explicit consent of the supplying party, subject to the requirements of the Law for Protection of Personal Data. 

Last update: 26.11.2015
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