CHONGQING, China, November 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To October 31, 2022Smart China Expo Kaizhou Forum on Building Digital Government was held in Kaizhou District, chongqing. Experts, researchers and business representatives discussed how to build an effective digital government and how such a government would open new opportunities for the development of public services, rural areas and industries.
1. Public services continue to improve as digital government becomes the norm
According to Meng Qingguo, executive director of Tsinghua University’s National Governance Institute, building digital government requires a thorough reconstruction of the existing departmental-driven information model, where systems, platforms and data are decentralized. The government is now tasked with accelerating the establishment of a national, fully integrated big data system for all public affairs, with the multiple goals of further promoting the integration and exchange of data, improving existing ones and creating new data disclosure, Develop authorization and operational mechanisms, and set up digital governance that is both systematic and holistic.
Li Zonglei, director of the e-government office of the Chongqing City People’s Government, said that an integral part of the city’s efforts to build a digital government, Yukuaiban, the eGovernment Office’s integrated online government service platform, has digitized and created e-documents for each resident, including their ID, health, social security and health insurance information. The platform is divided into service areas for more than 100 use cases, covering housing, employment, tourism, entertainment and shopping, providing residents with easier access to authentication, medical treatment, transportation and other services. Next, the eGovernment Office will continue to improve the online delivery system for the full range of public services, making it more user-friendly and expanding the number of channels through which the services can be accessed.
Pu Binbin, Kaizhou District Party Secretary chongqingsaid the district will build digital government, digital and intelligent Kaizhou and digital villages based on actual conditions, aiming to promote quality development across the region with big data and intelligence, while bringing greater convenience to businesses and residents doing business and living in Kaizhou.
2. Digital villages facilitate the optimization of the rural digital governance system
According to Lei Xiaoling, deputy director of the Kaizhou District People’s Congress Standing Committee, more than 5,300 4G base stations, 1,500 5G base stations and six Internet cities have been built in the district, forming a strong network of agricultural big data and resources. With the establishment of the online big data platform, a large number of first-class and unique rural e-commerce brands will emerge, creating a thriving rural network culture and making the rural digital governance system more sophisticated.
Zhang Zhaoxin, a researcher at the Rural Economy Research Center of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, suggested using digital technologies to improve the IT infrastructure and network, revise the basic information collection system, accelerate the development of service systems, and build a system-wide service chain, enabling the transformation of the entire agricultural industrial chain and enabling the public and specialized service systems to better serve rural revitalization.
Wang Dacheng, deputy secretary of the National Remote Sensing Application Engineering Technology Research Center of the Aerospace Information Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said given where the world is in terms of the transition to the digital age is planning and control from Rural areas urgently need digital technologies. E-maps, satellite imagery, real-time street scene capture and other geographic information data, as well as portals where villagers can participate in interactive activities can provide the community with what is and should be expected of rural government.
3. The digital economy is the future as digital industries are booming
At the forum, Tan Jianrong, researcher at the Chinese Academy of Engineering and professor Zhejiang University, summarized five key steps that must be taken to achieve a digital economy and digital transformation: innovative design, process improvement, quality improvement, service expansion, and market expansion, all designed to drive and advance the digital transformation of all businesses in the region the quality development of a digital economy.
Zhao Kefeng, academic chairman of the Shenzhen Artificial Intelligence Industry Association, said there is a need to speed up the process of extracting value from the available data, promote the digital transformation of the real economy, increase the governance capacity of the digital economy strengthen, improve basic industrial skills and promote the open collaboration that will be the result of the creation of a digital economy.
Guo Linyuan, deputy secretary of the party committee and deputy general manager of Digital Chongqing Company, said so chongqing is driving forward the construction of Smart City 2.0, enhancing urban intelligence with big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technologies, strengthening the underlying infrastructure, solving all data bottlenecks, and harnessing the value of data, while agglomeration and development promoted by industry and trade.
The forum was hosted by the Smart China Expo Organizing Committee and jointly organized by the Chongqing Big Data Application and Development Administration and the Chongqing Kaizhou District People’s Government.
SOURCE Xinhua Finance