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Big Data Pushes “Up to One Errand” Initiative
2017-10-17 15:58:03

Zhejiang is a province with a rapid development of e-governmental affairs. Can you imagine in which place where the local residents deal with governmental affairs mostly online? What types of government affairs account for the biggest load of online processing? These questions directly point to the quality of the government’s online service. On October 11, the first provincial government service website monitoring platform - the Big Screen of Zhejiang Administrative Service Network had its debut at Yunqi Conference to show how helpful the online service has been, especially to the “Up to One Errand” Initiative.
It is reported that the API data-based platform can dynamically monitor and analyze collective information of Zhejiang government’s online service. The Big Screen shows real-time data analysis on the province’s map with hot spots.
An official from the Zhejiang Administrative Service Network told reporters that as of October 10, the number of their registered users had reached 12.73 million, the average number of online service was over 100,000 per day, and the number of daily browse was over 8 million. By analyzing big data, the government can keep abreast of the user’s habits to provide better service.
 

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