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China to improve government info sharing
    2017-December-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINA will further integrate government information systems and enable more information disclosure on the allocation of public resources, according to a decision made at the State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.

The government will work to consolidate and integrate the national data sharing and exchange platform to enable connectivity across networks, data and administrative services, the meeting has decided.

According to a decision at the meeting, the contents and modality of data sharing across State Council departments will be clearly defined to ensure public access to information that can be released.

The 40 vertical information systems run by the State Council bodies will be made open to governments at various levels by the end of this year, which will enable the sharing of service information on some 500 data items, including the identity verification of natural persons and enterprises, tax payment certification, real estate registration, and diploma certification.

The government will encourage multi-purpose service stations to raise efficiency and cut the legwork of the public and businesses in seeking government services from different departments.

The security of information sharing will also be a priority, with measures set to be introduced to enhance the security management system and risk assessment.

The government will also step up technical safeguards for such public infrastructure as the National E-Government Network and the national data sharing and exchange platform.

A new guideline, which specifies a set of requirements for government information disclosure on the allocation of public resources, was also approved at the meeting.

“More transparency in the allocation of public resources can help reduce corruption and unfair distribution. It can also lower costs, raise efficiency and enhance government credibility,” Li said.

The use of high and new technology should be prioritized in integrating government information systems and releasing government information on public resources allocation on the basis of ensuring information security, he added. (Xinhua)

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