Working trip to Akmola region: Sagintayev gets acquainted with work of PSC and implementation of Digital Kazakhstan State Program
The Prime Minister was vividly demonstrated the work of the operating room and the hall for issuing ready-made documents. Thanks to the introduction of the electronic queue system, the time for obtaining the service has been shortened. According to the new standards of public services, the maximum waiting time in special centers from the moment of delivery of documents should not exceed 90 minutes, and the waiting time for submitting documents is 20 minutes. The time of receiving documents from one citizen is also limited � not longer than 20 minutes.
Director of the branch of the Government for Citizens State Corporation B. Akan informed that the special center was put into operation in December 2017. In five months of that year, over 21 thousand public services were rendered, including more than 16 thousand state services for transport registration, issuance of driving licenses � about 5 thousand.
Here the Prime Minister was also informed about the implementation of the Digital Kazakhstan State Program in the region.
Deputy Akim of the Region V. Krylov noted that in the Akmola region, digitalization is carried out in such areas as education, healthcare, intellectual transport system, housing and communal services, public security and Smart area.
In the sphere of education, the implementation of projects to automate the formation of the queue, the issuance of directions to preschool children’s organizations and the admission of children to schools began.
“This system will be launched in July in 145 preschool organizations in the region located in cities and regional centers and will queue the child from the birth, automate the receipt of a place at a kindergarten, the exchange and transfer in places without leaving home; the electronic passport of the child will put all the achievements of the child in the portfolio, the trajectory of education, the education of children in pre-school education programs, progress in training and recommendations for development,” Krylov informed.
In addition, the Prime Minister was shown a mobile application that controls the payment for public transport in Kokshetau. The project is planned to be completed by the end of 2018. The system can be used and accounted for both cash and non-cash forms of travel payment.
It should be noted that digitalization projects are also actively implemented on the principle of public-private partnership. So, by the end of this year under the PPP mechanism it is planned to put into operation three sets of systems for detecting violations of the high-speed mode such as MultiRadar SD580. To implement this project, 124 cameras will be installed.
Krylov also spoke about the digitalization of the housing and communal services sector, which will be implemented through the installation of common house energy metering devices with further transfer of data to a single intellectual information system, the creation of a single clearing and financial center, the integration of the mobile E-KSK application and construction monitoring. Until 2025, 948 general house heat meters, 2024 automatic heat points and 2098 automated systems of commercial accounting of electric power will be installed. These energy metering devices will be equipped with remote data transmission to integrate them into a single intelligent information system.
Recall that the Digital Kazakhstan State Program was developed as part of the implementation of the President’s Address Third Modernization of Kazakhstan: Global Competitiveness. The goal is to accelerate the rates of economic development and improve the living standards of the population through using digital technologies in the mid-term perspective, as well as the creation of conditions for the transition of Kazakhstan’s economy to the fundamentally new development trajectory, which ensures the creation of digital economy of the future in the long-term.
Source:The Prime Minister of kazakhstan