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Macau releases five-year plan for digital services

The Macau Government has released a plan to improve its digital services by 2019. The government wants to create a single platform across government to integrate data on human resources, finance and property management. This would allow citizens to more easily access government services online, like submitting applications, getting updates on their status, and paying […]

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:49 am

The Macau Government has released a plan to improve its digital services by 2019.

The government wants to create a single platform across government to integrate data on human resources, finance and property management.

This would allow citizens to more easily access government services online, like submitting applications, getting updates on their status, and paying for services.

The government is also looking to reduce the use of paper documents, and use more self-service kiosks to deliver services to citizens.

Another aim for Macau is to improve public participation. The government wants to revamp its gov.mo portal and allow citizens to access public data to create online and mobile services.

It also wants to analyse public opinions submitted through online channels to make more data-driven decisions and manage risks.

(macaunews/govinsider)

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:49 am

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