The Social Security Information System (Haengbok e-Eum) is to support various social benefit programs for low-income and disadvantaged people, including Basic Livelihood Allowance, Non-contribution Pension, Universal Children Allowance, and Disability Allowance, and also provide personalized welfare services, particularly for those living in welfare blind spots and children of families-in-crisis.
KRW 35 trillion of welfare payments to eligible people (as of 2020) through the advanced screening system using ninety-one types of data, including income, assets and personal information collected, retained, processed and shared by twenty-six different agencies
Strengthen the fiscal sustainability of welfare resources by preventing welfare benefit frauds through bi-annual on-site audit
Identifying the families-in-crisis by collecting and analyzing big-data, such as losing power and water over unpaid bills, and social insurance default records
The Social Security Information System (Pan-Government) is to help other ministries and social security agencies to select eligible beneficiaries through integrated control over welfare program information of local and central government and processing their income and assets data.
Helping relevant ministries to conduct welfare program beneficiary selection process in a fairly manner through approximately 17 million cases of applicant income and asset data (as of 2020) survey
Providing about 37,000 vulnerable people with personalized welfare services (as of 2020)
The Public Healthcare Information System is to support national health improvement by ensuring effective service operations of 3,500 health institutions with digitalization of their functions, and also by encouraging them to undertake prevention-driven services and programs that address key health needs.
The Social Service e-Voucher is an integrated information system designed to provide and manage electronic service vouchers with beneficiaries in-need-of various social services, such as care services for vulnerable people.
The Integrated Childcare Information System is an information system to support the integration of operations of daycare centers, local government and other nursery facilities, and to manage children allowance voucher (“National Happiness Card”).
The Social Welfare Facilities Information System is an information system to support administrative operations of social welfare facilities for children, elderly and persons with disabilities.
The Vulnerable Senior Support System is an information system to support emergency monitoring activities, safety checks and response measures for older people living alone (OPLA) and persons with disabilities (PwD) at the event of emergency such as fires and immediate medical attention requirements
The Senior Care Information System is an information system to support on-site visit, eligibility review, and actual service delivery for appropriate and personalized care services to those persons age 65 and older.