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Authorities launched new version of Public Services Portal

12:09 | 06.10.2021 Category: Social

Chisinau, 6 October /MOLDPRES/- The public services provided by the authorities of the Republic of Moldova will be registered in an information system, which will be administered in a transparent manner and with maximum convenience for the beneficiaries - citizens and business environment. The new version of the Public Services Portal was launched today by the e-Government Agency.

Attending the event, Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalization Iurie Ţurcanu said that the portal will include all public services provided by specialized central public administration authorities, with the possibility of including public services provided by local public administration authorities. The new system will also allow for the efficiency and improvement of the public service delivery process, as well as the establishment of an information base for the development of the single government portal of public services.

"The digitalization of public services is a priority of the Government. It is very important that all service providers update the data on this portal in a timely and correct manner, for the good and comfort of the consumer. I will be very careful not to allow abuses, and for the information to be updated in due time ", he said.

Present at the event, Nadejda Zubco, head of the Office for Diaspora Relations, mentioned the importance of launching this portal, especially for citizens who are abroad. "People needed such a platform, where all the information can be found, and it is possible to access it from any corner of the world," said Nafejda Zubco.

On the new version of the portal, at the address, 248 services can be accessed.

The establishment of the Information System "State Register of Public Services" aims to achieve the international commitments of the Republic of Moldova, assumed by the international treaties signed in order to achieve the project of modernization of public services.

For the first year of creating the State Register of Public Services, funds will be allocated from the “Modernization of Government Services” Project, implemented by the Electronic Government Agency with the support of the World Bank Group, the cost being estimated at approximately 1.8 million lei. The annual costs for the administration of the Register are estimated at about 300 thousand lei, which will be allocated from the state budget through the centralized financing of the Electronic Government Agency.

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