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MOSCOW, September 13 (Itar-Tass) —— The E-government project will be finbalilzed by October 1, Deputy Prime Minister Vyacheslav Volodin said at a meeting of the intergovernmental Russian-Singaporean high-level commission.
"We have our own experience in the development of interagency cooperation and the development of electronic government. We are hoping to complete the project at the federal level by October 1," he said, speaking at an enlarged meeting of the committee.
According to Volodin, now 81 million services are available to citizens through federal government agencies, but to formalize all such documents they have to contact all sorts of authorities seven times more often. "To collect all sorts of certificates and reference papers," Volodin said.
He added that this yet-to-be drafted would lift all sorts of bureaucratic hurdles and the citizens would be able to get all these services quickly enough.