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Hunan Specifies Efforts to Handle Government Affairs Online

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On June 19, Hunan convened a videophone conference on “Internet plus government service” and government affairs transparency. It announced that Hunan will speed up and deepen streamlining administration and delegating powers, and innovate supervision modes. It was planned that by the end of this year, 80% of government affairs will be dealt with online.

 

By the end of this May, Hunan has basically established a provincial-level data-sharing exchange platform connecting 55 relevant departments directly under the administration of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee and the Hunan Provincial People’s Government. Eight cities and one prefecture including Changsha, Hengyang, Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Yueyang, Yiyang, Yongzhou, Zhangjiajie, and Xiangtan have already realized a direct access to the provincial-level platform.

 

According to the plan, by the end of this June, the platform will make it possible to connect with another 6 cities. By the end of December, it will get connected with counties and districts in Hunan’s 13 cities and 1 prefecture. The goal of having 80% government affairs at provincial level and 60% at county/district/city-level handled directly online will be achieved.

 

Key services will be offered by such departments as public security, industry and commerce, development and reform, housing, civil affairs, human resource and social security, health, environmental protection, safety supervision, education, science and technology. All work relating to these services will get done online. Services closely related to enterprise registration, education and health care should go through such procedures as online acceptance, online processing, and online feedback.

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Translator: Liu Pingbo

Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn