Chinanews.com, Guangzhou, November 27 (Reporter Cai Minjie) The construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area has entered a stage of comprehensive implementation, and it is developing from "manufacturing-trade" cooperation to public services, smart government, technology research and development, financial currency and other fields In-depth cooperation stage.

  The 2021 (sixteenth) China E-Government Forum and the first Digital Government Construction Summit are being held in Guangzhou.

At the summit, government officials from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao continued to deepen exchanges and cooperation on smart government and data governance through online and offline methods, and promoted the realization of cross-border communication among residents of the three places with "zero customs clearance".

  "It is an important measure of cooperation between Guangdong and Macao residents to ensure safe and convenient customs clearance for residents of Guangdong and Macao during the epidemic. We have used blockchain technology to ensure information security, personal privacy protection, and information assurance. The code realizes cross-border mutual recognition and facilitates the customs clearance and passage of residents of the two places." Lin Zhilong, director of the Office of the Director of Administrative and Legal Affairs of the Macao Special Administrative Region, said at the sub-forum of the summit.

  Facilitating safe and convenient customs clearance for residents of the two places is just a microcosm of the deepening cooperation in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Regarding the "Bay Area General Administration", in April this year, Jiangmen, Hong Kong and Macau opened a "Cross-border General Administration Service Zone". Macau enterprises and citizens can apply for more than 300 Jiangmen government services including real estate registration with "zero customs clearance". Matters; In September, Zhuhai and Macau promoted a new one-stop service platform, including more than 100 high-frequency public services used by Zhuhai and Macau; in September, Guangdong implemented the “Social Security Link” project to help people in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau stay within the border without leaving the country. "Insured nearby; in September, the Qianhai Administration launched the "Qianhai Hong Kong-Macao e-Station Link" project, which will provide Hong Kong people and Macao with free business registration, government services and other services; in November, "Zhongshan-Macau cross-border The "Real Estate Registration + Financial Services" Cooperation Agreement Signing Ceremony" was launched in Zhongshan. In the future, Macau enterprises and residents can purchase real estate in Zhongshan City and can apply for real estate mortgage registration online across borders.

On November 26, the Office of the Special Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the Guangdong Provincial Government jointly organized a "Cloud Visit" in the Greater Bay Area with the theme of "Connecting with New Opportunities and Helping New Journeys" in the Greater Bay Area.

The picture shows the "Cloud Visit" event site in the Greater Bay Area.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Yongnuo

  All of the above are Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao to strengthen the connection of rules and mechanisms, accelerate the flow of cross-border data, coordinate the promotion of cross-border digital service systems, and explore the establishment of innovative practices for cross-border open, cooperative, and demonstration digital service integration.

  The "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Development Plan Outline" points out that the cooperation between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao should be strengthened, exploring the establishment of unified standards, opening data ports, and building an interoperable public application platform.

Promote the mutual recognition of electronic signature certificates, and promote the application of electronic signature mutual certification in public services, finance, commerce and other fields.

  Huang Zhiguang, Deputy Chief Information Officer of the Office of the Chief Information Officer of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government stated in a video that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government is committed to using technology to enhance city management and improve the lives of citizens, and launched a smart city blueprint to optimize and expand urban management work and services.

Guangdong and Hong Kong formulated an electronic signature certificate file and introduced a certificate arrangement in 2012.

"Hong Kong will sign a framework cooperation agreement with relevant departments of Guangzhou to become Hong Kong's trusted certification service provider, learn from the Guangzhou certification service platform, and use Guangzhou's services for resident companies to develop blockchain credibility and industry operation and maintenance. The construction of the Bay Area provides a digital guarantee for data sharing and circulation in the Bay Area.” Huang Zhiguang said that he hopes that Guangdong and Hong Kong will deepen exchanges and cooperation in smart government and data governance in the future, and promote cross-border e-commerce applications through the mutual recognition of electronic certificates.

  "In terms of cooperation between Guangdong and Macao, Macao and Guangdong Province will jointly promote the development of public services in the two places, promote the cross-border administration of government services in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, and provide greater convenience to the lives and exchanges of residents in the two places. "Lin Zhilong said.

On September 2, the first "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Shopping Festival" opened in Beijing.

The picture shows the musician Chang Shilei performing the theme song "Bay".

Photo by China News Agency reporter Jia Tianyong

  The "Fourteenth Five-Year Plan for the Reform and Construction of Digital Government in Guangdong Province" clarified that by 2025, Guangdong will achieve 100% of high-frequency service items for government services, "intra-provincial", "inter-provincial", and "Bay Area". Among them, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will establish a mechanism for the sharing and mutual recognition of information resources such as identity authentication and electronic certificates, so as to realize the "same standard of colleagues" in government services, and promote the "Universal Administration of the Bay Area" of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.

  In recent years, Guangdong government services have made new breakthroughs in the construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. It has taken the lead in solving key issues such as identity verification for Hong Kong and Macao residents on the Internet, making it easier for Hong Kong and Macao residents to do business in the Mainland; Hai) urban rail, Jiang (Men) Zhan (Jiang) Railway, etc., realize real-name verification through self-service gates, and go through the ticketing procedures for entry and exit.

Shenzhen took the digital government reform and construction as a breakthrough, promoted the implementation of the "Bay Area Access" reform project, planned to build a big data center in the Greater Bay Area, and initiated the formulation of data regulations for the special zone. Government services are the first to achieve full-process approval and delivery in seconds.

  Yang Pengfei, director of the Guangdong Provincial Government Service Data Administration, said that Guangdong takes key cities in the Pan-Pearl River Delta region as a breakthrough, and promotes 16 prefecture-level listings and 8 provinces, as well as Hong Kong and Macau to carry out point-to-point "cross-provincial communication" and "cross-border communication". Office" cooperation.

Within 5 years, Guangdong Province will rely on the Pan-Pearl River Delta regional cooperation platform to deepen the "Bay Area General Administration" and "Cross-border General Administration" of government services.

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