The servers and databases will receive maintenance from Friday December 1st to Sunday December 3rd….
MERIDA – All online procedures that involve the State Government will stop working because all servers and databases will receive maintenance from Friday Dec. 1st to Sunday Dec. 3rd, and will come back to function on Monday Dec. 4, starting at 8 am.
The State Government issued a notice in which it reported that it will temporarily suspend the electronic and online procedures that are carried out through the State Government’s Comprehensive System (Sigey), in order to guarantee stability and offer a better quality in the services.
For any questions or clarification, there is the Telephone Contact Center (CCT) 930-30-00 and toll free (01-800) 999-90-00, from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
During this period, the Electronic Services Units (USE) will not work, nor will it be possible to use the online procedures of the Civil Registry, the Institute of Legal and Patrimonial Security (Insejupy), as well as the State Fiscal Administration Agency ( AAFY) or the Secretaries of Public Security (SSP) and Administration and Finance (SAF).
The Institute of Legal and Patrimonial Security of Yucatan informed in its official portal that there will not be consultation and follow-up of procedures for data of property, volume or notary, and it will not be possible to sell rights of the AAFY, reception and delivery of cadastral and notarial procedures, as well as issuance of records of the Civil Registry.
The General Directorate of Information Technology of the State Government indicated that these measures are due to the migration work of the main data center, to a new headquarters, which will result in a better service to the users.
The state official asked the population to take precautions to comply with their procedures and payments in advance and not have setbacks in the event of temporary interruption of services.
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