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The practice of providing public services to Uzbekistan citizens abroad to be expanded

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The practice of providing public services to Uzbekistan citizens abroad to be expanded

A draft decree of the President of Uzbekistan “On the Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan for 2022-2026” has been published on the portal for discussing draft legal acts.

According to the document, the improvement and development of the “Electronic government” system will continue during this period. The task was set to bring the share of electronic services to 100 percent and eliminate bureaucracy.

The expansion of the provision of public services is planned to be carried out, including through a mobile application. It is planned to develop and implement a system of Mobile ID identification of a person in the provision of public services.

It is planned to reduce bureaucratic processes by establishing data exchange between government bodies and private commercial organizations through the interdepartmental integration platform of the Electronic Government system.

The provision of public services to the elderly and persons with disabilities will be simplified, additional conveniences will be created for them.

The practice of providing public services to Uzbekistan citizens abroad will expand.

Public services will be digitized and 20 percent of public services will be transferred to the private sector.

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