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About 200 public services, which are currently provided by federal ministries and departments, will be transferred to electronic format by 2023. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko following a meeting with the heads of digital transformation (RCT) of federal ministries and departments, regional authorities. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Maksut Shadayev.
“Over the past year, RCT has been preparing departmental digital transformation programs, which have been approved and, in fact, are starting to be implemented this year. And one of the main tasks of this process is to transfer government services from paper to digital format. By 2023, 197 services will be available electronically. At the same time, I would like to note the importance of reducing the terms of their provision. Therefore, each leader of digital transformation today has the task of not only converting as many services as possible into “digital”, but also working in terms of the efficiency of their implementation. Electronic services are, first of all, the speed of resolving the issue. And we need to work on this, including in terms of interdepartmental interaction, ”said the Deputy Prime Minister.
In addition, Dmitry Chernyshenko pointed to the positive dynamics of digital maturity in control and supervisory activities. It is planned to transform 137 control and supervisory functions into electronic form, and by 2023 more than 50% of inspections will be carried out remotely.
On behalf of the President, the leaders of digital transformation have been appointed in all federal executive authorities to the position of deputy head of a ministry or department. By December 1, 2020, digital transformation leaders (RCTs) were identified in each constituent entity of the Russian Federation.
The main tasks of the RCT are the preparation of strategies for the digital transformation of the main sectors of the economy and the social sphere, the transfer of public services to electronic form, the digitalization of control and supervisory activities, the development of a feedback platform and SDGs, as well as effective management of the entity based on the data obtained.
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