Users will also be able to receive notifications of new bills for gas, view the archive readings of the meter.
(KZN.RU, October 16). Until the end of the year, new services in the field of employment will be introduced on the portal of state and municipal services of the RT, including receiving applications for temporary employment of minors aged 14-18, organizing vocational guidance for citizens, assisting citizens in finding suitable work, and others.
Also, it is planned before the end of the year to modernize the gas payment service. Users will be able to receive push notifications about new bills, as well as view the archive of gas meter readings.
Since the beginning of the year, several new e-services have appeared on the portal of public services of the RT: payment of fines for parking in the green zone, payment of self-taxation funds, receipt of information about the amount of pension, archival information, and excerpts, and others.
Updates are also taking place in the official mobile application of the portal with 20 most popular services, which cover 80% of users' vital needs. Now, you can check tax debts, assess the quality of medical care received, the work of the management company, receive important messages about events in the city or district, as well as take surveys.
At the moment, for example, users can go through surveys on evaluating the performance of business leaders, as well as local governments; on the transition from analog to digital television broadcasting; about the study of administrative barriers for Tatarstan business.
In just 9 months of 2018, Tatarstan citizens received more than 133 million electronic services, which is 72% more than during the same period last year. The most popular services on the portal traditionally remain to view the child’s assessments, make an appointment with a doctor, check and pay fines, and receive and pay bills.
Today, the portal of public services of the RT presents 248 most diverse electronic services. Over 2.2 million personal user accounts are registered; this is 92% of the republic's working-age population, reports the press service of the Ministry of Informatization and Communication of the RT.