A bill of law that sets out the parameters for the digital government will be voted on at this Wednesday’s (may 25), at 19 pm in the plenary hall of the Chamber of Deputies; the decision to be remote due to the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19). The proposal provides for initiatives to focus on the online customer service to reduce the need for copies, and to encourage the use of the blockchain, and artificial intelligence.
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The bill 3443/2019, the main goal is to “simplify, modernize, strengthen and streamline the relationship of the government and the society, through the services from a distance, is always accessible at the platform of the mobile phone”.
The mp and the rapporteur, Felipe Rigoni (PDT-ES), it is estimated that the digital government will save about$ 37 billion a year. He says Jota.info the program would cost about$ 1 billion over the next three years in order to be implemented.
The project will apply to public bodies of powers between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches, Public ministries, agencies, public corporations, mixed economy corporations, and other entities controlled directly or indirectly by the government.
These are the cornerstones of the government’s digital
- a single portal on the web for information and institutional news, and the delivery of public services.
- the digital identity of the citizen, as represented by the National Identity Document (national identity card);
- the single sign-on through the national identity card;
- tools to request, monitor and deliver services to the public digital
- the tools to evaluate employee satisfaction in relation to the services provided;
- a dashboard for monitoring the performance of the public service.
LG wants to reduce red tape
One of the most important aspects of this PL, that is, the reduction of red tape, that is, the ‘ elimination of formalities, and demands, cost economic, environmental or social, will be higher than the risks involved.”
For example, it is not necessary for the notarization of the signature and the authentication of the copy of the documents issued in the Country, and is intended to prove with the bodies, and the bodies of state Power”.
When the authentication of a copy is not required, but it can be done by the server itself as well as the audience to whom the document is to be presented to him: he will be in charge of carrying out the comparison of the copy with the original. In the case of fraud, shall be made by a complainant within five days to the proper authorities.
The registration Database of Citizens, blockchain, and WOULD
In addition, the bill provides for the Registration Database of Citizens , to facilitate the creation of an environment for a unified identification of the citizen for the provision of public services.” It should also be possible to compare the information on the basis of official data from the social security number.
The implementation of this registration will be in the hands of the executive branch of the federal government. It is also required to build up the Brazilian System of Public Administration in the Digital-to co-ordinate the efforts of the government to a digital one. There would also be the National Digital Government Network (GOV.S), for which the states and the municipalities can cooperate with each other and with other initiatives in the public sector.
The bill authorizes the use of the technology of blockchain for public contracts, records, property, and accountability; and to experiment with artificial intelligence to automate the tasks. It also lists the encouragement of the home office from the agents of the state “when appropriate”.
As for safety, the text requires that “the adoption of technical and administrative measures that make the use of the personal data is protected from unauthorized access, and to situations of accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, communication or any other form of improper treatment, or illegal”.
If the bill is enacted, the government agencies should put in place a committee within a period of 180 days to adopt the initiatives taken by the government to a digital one. It should be noted that this “does not preclude other means of service necessary to the targeted audience of the service”, that is, the modality of face-to-face is not going to go away.
The draft law has been prepared on the basis of the report of the committee of jurists. He is the author of the representatives of James Mitraud New, state of minas gerais), In Poit, New, SP), John H. Fields (O-PE), She Canziani (PTB-PR), Marcelo Calero (Cidadania (BRAZIL), Mariana Carvalho (S/RO), Paul, Ganime (New CITY), Professor Israel Batista (VF/DF), and Rodrigo Coelho (O/SC).