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Russians will receive an account on "State Services" automatically

Russians will receive an account on "State Services" automatically
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The creation of an account on "State Services" will occur automatically when contacting government agencies - for example, when a child is born or when receiving a passport. In the future, a person will not even need to receive a password to enter the site - a biometric recognition system will work.

As reported "Vedomosti", such an innovation is proposed by the Digital Citizen Profile (CCP) project, which is being developed in the government. Currently, in order to register on the portal of public services, you must provide your full name, passport data and SNILS, phone number and e-mail address, then you need to personally appear at the MFC or go through identification through one of the banking applications. Only after that the entry is considered confirmed. One of the goals of the CPG is to increase the share of citizens registered on the "State Services" to 85% by 2024.

The authors of the project propose to change the registration procedure in such a way that an account is created automatically as soon as a person applies for a document personally. In this case, verification of the identity card will become an identification for the portal of public services. From that time on, the personal account of the citizen will be formed, and his documents will already be collected there.

The Russian government plans to launch in 2021 six new services... Among them are several services through the registry office, services for legal protection, health and labor migration.

 

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