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The "One-Stop Service" Reform and Hangzhou Internet Court Were Listed in the Annual Best Practice Achievements of the First Digital China Construction.
2018-04-13 10:04:38

The reporter learned from the Provincial Party Committee Network Information Office on April 10th that the Annual Best Practice Achievements of the First Digital China Construction has been announced, with “Data Sharing Creating New Value—Zhejiang’s 'One-Stop Service' Reform” and “Hangzhou Internet Court Exploring the New Model of Internet Justice” on the list.
This selection activity was hosted by the National Internet Information Office and the National Development and Reform Commission. It collected Digital China Construction Best Practice Achievements from 71 departments and 37 localities across the country. By March 13th, a total of 154 practice cases had been received. After the review by the member of the national e-government expert committee, 30 best practice achievements were finally selected.
It is learned that since the launch of the "One-Stop Service" Reform, our province has further promoted the integration and sharing of government affairs data and information systems. Until now, the province's data resource sharing system has basically taken shape, among which the provincial public data sharing platform has about 13,500 sharable data items, the average utilization volume of the shared data has increased by an average of more than 130% per month, and the proportion of the data sharing of the top 100 items in the workloads of the provincial departments has reached 92%, realizing the objective of “Sharing Data Replacing Running Errands”, really allowing the people and enterprises to enjoy the benefits brought by reform, and also providing a powerful guarantee for further deepening reforms in our province. The establishment of Hangzhou Internet Court opened a new chapter in the centralized jurisdiction and professional trial of the Internet cases in China. By March 30th, Hangzhou Internet Court had accepted 6,613 Internet disputes, such as online shopping, internet finance and infringement, and solved 4,647 cases. 100% of the cases of related parties were tried online. The average court session took 25 minutes and the average hearing period was 46 days.
 

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