Gov't Clears Nat'l Digital Citizenship Program
By 2026 all areas of public administration will be accessible online, according to the report.
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Hungary's government has approved the National Digital Citizenship Programme, which aims to expand digital state administration, the Digital Hungary Agency, which is implementing the scheme, told state news wire MTI last week.
The program aims to create a unified digital environment, streamlining communication between citizens and government organs while providing an "outstanding" user experience. The program's charter contains provisions on the use of national data assets and their application through cloud technology.
The "first step" of the program will involve putting digital versions of official documents into an electronic portfolio. A digital postbox will be created, along with an electronic document library and an integrated electronic payment system.
By 2026, the end of the program's first phase, all areas of public administration will be accessible online.
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