The China national government service platform, established by the General Office of the State Council, recently brought online a new sector that lifts the digital provincial border, which once obstructed the process of several most-needed government services.
With the platform's aid, applicants for 58 services can have the errands done in any province in the country. These include market entity registration, old-age pension insurance transfers, and verification of professional qualifications.
Of the 58 unified services, 47 are available online. In the meantime, manual service channels still exist to address the needs of senior citizens who have difficulties in applying for services online.
Unifying services through online platforms is among the country's efforts to create a favorable market environment and provide greater convenience for the people.