Beijing's first e-government service platform launched

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Beijing's Mentougou district launched the city's first e-government service platform, providing convenience to enterprises and citizens in a way that is designed to emulate their experience of online shopping.

Named "Zhengwu E Chaoshi" (meaning "government affairs e-supermarket" in English), the platform is supported by blockchain, big data, and other emerging technologies. Over a thousand services across nine categories are available via the portal site of the People's Government of Beijing Municipality.

Citizens can use the platform to make appointments and browse the services, location details, and opening times of government offices. Appointments for livelihood-related services are also available on the portal, such as those related to social insurance, sanitation, healthcare, public security, and legal justice, to name a few.

The platform is also accessible via multiple mobile applications. Citizens can follow the official WeChat account of Mentougou Zhengwu (Mentougou's Government Affairs Office) and click through to the "Zhengwu E Chaoshi" section. In addition, citizens can access the platform via an intelligent terminal in the district's service center. 

Mentougou district plans to update and improve the functions and coverage of the platform, build the district government's capacity for online services, and improve its business environment.

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