• Ensure real time electronic payments on customs on services rendered by government authorities within the establishment of creation of ‘E-government’;
  • Simplify budget payments;
  • Increase the volume of cashless payments in the economy;
  • Create an infrastructure for collecting utility payments and payments on other public service entities using the most up-to-date payment methods;
  • Ensure sound competitive environment between banks and other financial institutions.
Government entities, public utilities, communication enterprises, banks, the Azerpost LLC and card processing centers, which entered into the Collective Agreement on making transactions through the GPP.

Currently, public utilities – the OJSC Azerenerji, the OJSC Bakielektrikshebeke, the OJSC Azersu, the PA AzeriGas of the SOCAR, the OJSC Azeristiliktejhizat, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Taxes, the Ministry of Economy and Industry, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the State Social Protection Fund, the State Customs Committee and the Central State Road Police have already integrated into the GPP infrastructure.

Also, the landline phone service providers – the PA Bakı Telefon Rabitesi, the PA Aztelecom and the mobile communication operator – the Azercell Telecom LLC have joined the GPP.

Payments are made for services rendered by these institutions integrated into the GPP.

When making payments through the GPP both in pay points of financial entities and through the Internet service product, the payer:
  • is not charged for payments on the administrative penalty protocol compiled by the Main State Traffic Police Department, utility fees, landline phone communication services and mobile communication fees.
  • is charged with the service fee of 0.15% of the payment, being 0.40 manat at a minimum, and 15 manat at a maximum when making budget payments.

The payer firstly should register by inserting ID serial and number into the ‘Registration’ functional of the ‘Personal cabinet’ section of the GPP’s website (www.gpp.az).

When registering, the payer should insert identification codes provided by relevant organizations for services he/she uses into the system and should coordinate them in an interactive regime with the unique registration code provided in an automatic regime by the GPP.

Upon the end of the registration, the Registration Certificate which contains the unique registration code generated by the system in an automatic regime, identification codes coordinated with that code, and the initial password implied for payments through the Internet service product is submitted to the Payer.

To learn about his/her debts and make payments, the Payer enters his/her Dashboard by inserting the Registration code and initial password provided to him/her into the ‘Personal cabinet’ section of the website - www.gpp.az. When entering the system for the first time, the Payer should change the initial password provided to him/her in an automatic regime during the registration.

Note: The Payer may also register in any bank or post office integrated into the GPP by submitting his/her ID and identification codes provided by relevant entities for the services he/she uses. Thereafter, the Payer may obtain information on his/ her debts and make payments in any bank and post office.

The unique Registration code is a code provided by the GPP to the Payer in an automatic regime when registering for the first time, coordinated with separate identification codes given by institutions

The unique Registration code in the GPP consists of 13 digits with the following structure:

YYYYMMDDXXXXC.

YYYY – Payer’s date of birth;

MM – Payer’s month of birth;

DD – Payer’s day of birth;

XXXX – Payer’s number among the registrars with the same date of birth.

С – Review position calculated under a special order based on the Payer’s date of birth and number.

The Payer is provided with the information on his/her debts for the services he/she uses upon stating his/her unique Registration code obtained when registering in the system in any financial service point (branch offices of Azerpost LLC, or of the banks joined the system.).

The Payer, at his/her discretion, pays his/ her debts for the services he/she uses fully or in part in cash and cashless form through payment cards.

The Payer may make payments using the Internet Service product of the GPP, E-banking provided by the bank rendering services or ATMs.

The Payer only needs a computer with access to the Internet in order to use this service.

The Payer enters the system by inserting the unique Registration code and initial password specified in the registration certificate he/she obtained when registering for the first time in www.gpp.az.

Note that the initial password is similar to the Registration code. When using this functional of the system for the first time the Payer is suggested to change the initial password.

The Payer may also make his/her payments by using the unregistered payments section.

Payments are made in cash in pay points (branch offices of Azerpost LLC or banks joined the system) depending on the work regalement of those entities. The GPP does not impose any restrictions. Payments through the Internet Service of the GPP, E-banking, and ATMs are received in the 7x24 regime.

The GPP statements are considered to be equal to strict accounting forms under the additions made to the ‘Regulation on compiling and application of strict accounting forms according to job spesifics of entities and individual entrepreneurs’ by Order #36 of the Ministry of Cabinets of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated 28 February 2009.

This is the password provided to the Payer when registering the system for the first time to make payments using Internet Service product of the GPP.

Information on payments received from the Payer is delivered to relevant entities electronically in a real time regime or no later than 30 seconds.

Payments collected throughout the day through branch offices of Azerpost LLC and of banks joined the system and through other payment methods are delivered to relevant entity’s bank or budget accounts on each Payer’s payment until 13:00 of the next day.

Financial entity should:

  • join the Collective Agreement on making transactions through the GPP;
  • join the data transfer network under the agreement to be signed with the operator defined by the Central Bank;
  • have software consisting of ‘Administrator’s job’ and ‘File adapter’ modules required for the GPP;
  • acquire ‘e-Token’ devices to keep digital certificates for operators and administrators in order to ensure information security
  • Firstly, it should be identified whether the problem does not arise out of the failure to comply with the internal computer network, computer equipment and maintenance rules;
  • The data transfer network should be checked under standard rules. In case of any technical deficiency the network operator should be addressed.
  • If the technical deficiency does not occur due to the reasons specified in the first two clauses GPP system administrators in the Central Bank should be addressed.
Service fees on funds collected in the GPP are set under the terms of the Collective Agreement on making transactions through the GPP, into which financial entities and institutions integrated
  • List of branch offices and departments that are planning to join the GPP;
  • Appropriate transit accounts to conduct relevant accounting entry on funds collected from payers in cash and through payment cards;
  • List of Operators and Administrators to be registered in the system.

Information on payments collected in branch offices and departments of financial entities is sent to the participant in the Common File (MT150) format of the Retail Payment System (BCSS).

The participant, upon checking common files received, will send them to the BCSS with an attachment of e-signature.

Yes. The GPP operates in the 7x24 regime.

The common file in the MT150 format must be signed through the Info Change module.

The operator may cancel the payment by entering the number of profits receipt via automated job place. In this case cancellation should be confirmed in the system by bank’s system administrator, otherwise operator’s initiative will be deemed invalid.

XML – eXtended Markup Language – format with great possibilities, used to provide structured documents and data.

The secret key is a unique sequence of symbols enabling to create e-signature through cryptographic transmission. The user should not allow outsiders use the E-token device containing the secret key in order to prevent the duplication and use in the name of its real owner.

It is a unique sequence of symbols for checking the validity of electronic signature through cryptographic transformation.

The key certification is signing of the open key with the secret key of the Certification Center.

E-Token is a security device registered by security administrators for the operator, containing e-signature creation information and e-certificate.

GPP Participant should:

  • join the Collective Agreement on making transactions through the GPP;
  • join the data transfer network under the agreement to be signed with the operator defined by the Central Bank;
  • have software consisting of ‘Administrator’s job’ and ‘File adapter’ modules required for the GPP;
  • acquire ‘e-Token’ devices to keep digital certificates for operators and administrators in order to ensure information security;
  • Firstly, it should be identified whether the problem does not arise out of the failure to comply with the internal computer network, computer equipment and maintenance rules;
  • The data transfer network should be checked under standard rules. In case of any technical deficiency the network operator should be addressed;
  • If the technical deficiency does not occur due to the reasons specified in the first two clauses GPP system administrators in the Central Bank should be addressed.
  • Info on the Payer base of sections of the institution covering all service locations (covering individuals and legal entities);
  • Info on technical capabilities of the data transfer network connecting all sections of the institution with the central office.
  • Info on bank requisites of the institution, and, if needed, on bank requisites of relevant regional branches..
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