- Veröffentlicht: 15. Mai 2019
Guangdong Province, an economic powerhouse in southern China, ranks top among China's provincial governments for online services, said a report released by the Party School of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on Wednesday.
Jiangsu and Zhejiang, two coastal provinces in eastern China, claim the second and third places in the rating, while Shenzhen, a tech hub in Guangdong, leads the city listing.
The report, issued at the second Digital China Summit in Fujian Province, include 31 provincial-level regions, 32 key cities and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps.
According to Wang Yimin, director of the e-government research center of the top party school, the ranking was based on 1.62 million pieces of user experience feedback and questionnaires, taking into account factors such as the availability of services and transparency.
The report shows that 30 provincial-level regions have established integrated e-government platforms that incorporate the services of provincial, city and county governments.
In 2018, the number of real-name users on provincial e-government platforms reached 145 million, marking an increase of 38 million over the previous year, according to the report.
The second Digital China Summit, which concluded Wednesday, serves as a platform for issuing China's policies on IT development and displaying the achievements and experience of e-government and the digital economy.
One of the major highlights at this year's summit is the many e-government apps, which are part of the Chinese government's efforts to cut red tape to benefit residents and businesses alike.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Xiang Bo
Quelle/Source: Xinhua, 08.05.2019