Gov­ern­ment to boost in­te­gra­tion with in­ter­net

China Daily (USA) - - NEWS CAPSULE -

China is step­ping up im­prov­ing gov­ern­ment ser­vices via the In­ter­net Plus and aims to set up a na­tion­wide in­ter­net-based gov­ern­ment ser­vice sys­tem by the end of 2020, ac­cord­ing to a new State Coun­cil guide­line.

In­ter­net Plus, pro­posed by Premier Li Ke­qiang, refers to ap­ply­ing the in­ter­net and other in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy re­sources to con­ven­tional in­dus­tries to foster new in­dus­tries and busi­nesses.

“The in­ter­net will not only pro­vide peo­ple with more ac­ces­si­ble pub­lic ser­vices, but will also help the gov­ern­ment to im­prove its man­age­ment via var­i­ous ways,” Li said.

The guide­line sets the goal that cen­tral and re­gional de­part­ments will es­tab­lish an open and in­te­grated in­ter­net plat­form by the end of 2017 that is in­ter­con­nected across ad­min­is­tra­tive lev­els. It aims to build a na­tion­wide In­ter­net Plus Gov­ern­ment Ser­vices Sys­tem by the end of 2020.

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