App | 中文 |
HOME >> PREMIER >> NEWS

China’s focus on Internet Plus governance

Updated: Feb 1,2017 9:17 AM     english.gov.cn

Internet Plus governance has been a major initiative to improve the quality and efficiency of government services, and it will continue to be implemented this year.

The internet has not only provided people with more access to public services, but has helped the government improve its administration.

Premier Li Keqiang has repeatedly urged governments at all levels to prioritize internet-based development and administration.

Premier Li’s remarks on Internet Plus

In 2016 government report

— We will carry out the “Internet Plus government services” model and promote better information sharing between government departments, so that the public and businesses need to make fewer visits to government departments to get things done, find procedures simpler, and find the service satisfactory. We will cut red tape and root out illegalities to ensure that the people have more equal opportunities and greater space for creativity.

At the State Council executive meeting on March 5, 2016

— Efforts will be made to carry out the “Internet Plus government services” model and promote better information sharing between government departments, so that the public and businesses need to make fewer visits to government departments to things done, find procedures simpler and find the services opportunities and greater space for creativity.

During an inspection visit to the National Development and Reform Commission on Dec 7, 2015

— The Premier applauded the adoption of the “Internet Plus” model in government affairs, which has simplified administrative approval procedures, making government services more convenient and transparent.

“The government can now focus on beefing up supervision,” he said.

At the State Council executive meeting on June 24, 2015

— Administrative streamlining, combining supervision with power delegation, optimizing service, promoting business startups, mass innovation and Internet Plus are all policies along the same lines. Putting these policies in place will help cultivate a new driving force for the economy and create a growth engine for future development.

At the State Council executive meeting on June 24, 2015

— During the two sessions in 2015, Internet Plus was included in the government work report. On July 4, 2015, the State Council issued a guidance to promote the initiative.

Government’s efforts to promote Internet Plus governance

On Sept 29,2016

The State Council has issued a guideline to further promote “Internet Plus governance” and improve the quality and efficiency of government services.

The guideline says that the promotion of “Internet Plus governance” is not only crucial to the reform of streamlining administration, strengthening supervision and optimizing service, but also important for transforming government functions, improving government service efficiency and transparency, and further stimulating market vitality and social creativity.

More Details>>Government’s efforts to promote Internet Plus governance

On Sept 14, 2016

China has decided to put more administrative services online to improve transparency and efficiency in the government’s work, the State Council announced on Sept 14.

The government will continue pushing its “Internet Plus” initiative to improve administrative services, cut red tape and reduce costs, according a statement by the State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang.

More Details>>China to put more government administrative services online

On Sept 14, 2016

The Chinese government will step up efforts to improve government services via Internet Plus and plans to set a nationwide internet-based government service system by the end of 2020, according to a new guideline by the State Council.

The new guideline was approved at the State Council executive meeting on Sept 14 chaired by Premier Li Keqiang.

More Details>>Premier Li calls for improving government services via Internet Plus

On April 26, 2016

On April 26, the State Council issued a circular regarding tests for further promotion of “Internet Plus administrative services” to benefit people through information sharing among government departments.

Over the next two years, the tests will be implemented in 80 cities. Inter-provincial digital license exchange and online identity verification system will be fully applied in 2017, reaching the “one number, one window, and one network” target that covers more than 80 percent of basic public services, according to the State Council.

More Details>>Internet Plus services to provide convenience

On Aug 11, 2015

Streamlining administration and delegating power have, under the Internet Plus drive, played a significant role in pushing forward innovation of supervision patterns and offering better government services.

More Details>>Govt offers better services amid Internet Plus drive

VIDEOS