Ayrat Khayrullin: There should not be a service in Tatarstan that is not available online

18 January 2022, Tuesday

On January 18, in the Government House of the republic, a briefing dedicated to the Year of Digitalization in Tatarstan and plans of Regional Ministry of Digitalization of Public Administration, IT and Communications for 2022 took place.

During the Year of Digitization, over 130 events will be held in Tatarstan to develop the communication infrastructure and to eliminate the digital inequality between the city and the rural areas. First of all, the Year 2022 will be aimed at improving the quality of life of Tatarstan citizens - digitalization of education, healthcare, magistrates' courts and reduction of the terms for the provision of e-services.

Tatarstan will continue transferring services to e-form. In 2021, the republic has already fulfilled the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin on transferring of all mass socially significant services to an online format.

“But we still have 253 services to transfer to e-form by the end of this year,” Tatarstan Minister of Digitalization Ayrat Khayrullin said. “We will reengineer state and municipal services and reduce the time for their provision,” he added.

The program for the development of GPON technology, which is implemented by Tattelecom Communication Company, will continue to develop. In 2021 as many as 50 thousand households joined the program in rural areas that also gave them fiber-optic Internet access, while the plan for the current year is to connect more than 100 thousand clients.

Khayrullin said in the current year more than 60 villages of Tatarstan with the population from 100 to 300 people will get 4-G communication lines while as of today there are 624 underpopulated settlements where there is such connection.

In 2022, more than 1,000 new base stations will be built to improve cellular coverage.

Tatarstan Minister also said that every school-child will has his or her own digital profile on the “Digital education 2.0” platform under development, which will also help to lift the paper-work burden from  teachers as all document circulation will be online. Those digital profiles will give children access to the educational content and the platform will give more free time to teachers to pay more attention to the education process than to fill in in different curricula and repots, Khayrullin said.

Speaking about the new IT-park to be built in Kazan, the Minister said that it will create 3 000 jobs with 17bn roubles of revenues and paying 1.6bn roubles of taxes a year.

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