In Nur-Sultan, a new specialized public service center began accepting the first service recipients. Now, in order to re-register vehicles and replace a driver's license, capital car owners do not have to go to a special CSC outside the city. They can get these services on the territory of the station complex "Nurlyzhol", at st. A-82.
Previously, the only specialized public service center in the capital had a big load. This is due to the fact that the capital has one of the largest car markets and cars are bought here not only by residents of Nur-Sultan itself, but also by residents of nearby districts and cities. In addition, the population of the capital is increasing every year, which also leads to a load on public service centers.
According to the chairman of the board of the state corporation "Government for Citizens" Asemgul Baltasheva, about two thousand people were served daily in the capital's special PSC. “If we consider that the buyer of a car comes to the special CSC not alone, but with the seller, then we see a constant flow of people in the special CSC. In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, it is unsafe to receive so many citizens in one building, so it was decided to open a second special center, ”Baltasheva said.
She also added that the location of the new special PSC is very convenient for citizens. After all, it is located within the city, not far from the left bank, which makes receiving services more comfortable and less time consuming.
In the special PSC there are 23 workplaces for re-registering a car, 3 workplaces for replacing a driver's license, as well as 1 workplace for a wholesale and preferential window. Additionally, there is a window for issuing information certificates from the database of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The center is equipped with new furniture and appliances. There is a parking area of 70 thousand square meters.
Today, Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry Bagdat Musin, Akim of Altai Kulginov and Chairman of the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Civil Service Anar Zhailganova got acquainted with the work of the new auto TSON.
The guests were also told about the imminent introduction of the Unified State Real Estate Cadastre and the iQala system, which will optimize and automate land and real estate services.
The strategic task of the Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry is to ensure a comfortable environment for citizens when citizens receive public services, especially by transferring them to the online format.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kazakhstanis have begun to use digital skills more actively. Currently, 9.5 million Kazakhstanis are already registered in the mobile citizens database, 3.3 million citizens have downloaded the eGovmobile mobile application, 1.8 million people are regular users of bots in social networks and instant messengers, and another 35 thousand have already entered their biometric data.
Since the beginning of the year, more than 144 thousand vehicles have been re-registered in the capital's auto center and more than 42 thousand driver's licenses have been issued.