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Iran's Mobile Government App Review

In an effort to cut red tape, the ICT Ministry has developed an application to offer public services to people as a way to replace paperwork and short-circuit bureaucratic procedures
Iran's Mobile Government App ReviewIran's Mobile Government App Review
Up to now, 16 state organizations offering 50 different services have been listed on the app

As part of a push to reduce the country’s burdensome bureaucracy and to boost citizens’ access to government services, President Hassan Rouhani’s administration has introduced a mobile government application.
The application aims to expedite public access to various services offered by state bodies and curb the paperwork that has been a source of exasperation for generations.
Striving to trim bureaucracy, the application is the culmination of efforts to employ e-governance for public services, the website dedicated to the app reported.
According to officials, the e-governance plan is designed to eradicate lack of coordination between state bodies and ease citizens’ access to services through the application of information and communications technologies.


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