138 government services can be handled across provinces in Yangtze River Delta

The inter-city services have been upgraded again in the Yangtze River Delta area. Recently, the reporter learned from the Provincial Big Data Administration that since the launch of the “One-stop Online Service” in the Yangtze River Delta in May 2019, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui have launched 138 cross-provincial services. A total of over 5.438 million items have been handled online, and 567 offline windows have covered 41 cities (prefecture-level cities), serving more than 190,000 times.

With the progress of the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta, more and more matters concerning people’s livelihood and enterprises have been handled across provinces. In Beilun Jiufeng Mountain Tourist Area in Ningbo, it took Mr. Qi from Shanghai only two minutes to book the tickets online. Then he took out his social security card and swiped it on the gate sensor at the entrance of the scenic spot. The gate opened with a beep. Mr. Qi told the reporter that he also used the electronic social security card to borrow a book from Ningbo library. With a social security card in hand, you can enjoy the same city treatment in Ningbo, which is really convenient.

Today, a large number of government services can be handled across provinces. The region has achieved two-way online handling for the transfer of medical insurance in 27 cities. A total of 10,832 cases have been handled. The average handling time is 4.9 working days, and the shortest time for a single case is only 3 minutes. In 11,900 bank service outlets and nearly 22,900 self-service terminals in the region, residents can handle 463 government service matters across provinces. Since August this year, nucleic acid test results made in Zhejiang can be viewed simultaneously in Shanghai. Residents do not need to go back to the police stations in the place of household registration to obtain a “Certificate of No (Illegal) Criminal Record” and “Certificate of Household Registration”. Currently, more than 600,000 people have enjoyed this service.