Windows open for one-stop services

Songjiang District offers one-stop cross-regional government services at the Guangfulin and Jiuliting communities, as well as the district administration service center. 
Windows open for one-stop services
Cai Bin / Ti Gong

Citizens receive one-stop cross-regional government services at the Guangfulin Community. 

Windows providing one-stop cross-regional government services in 14 cities in the Yangtze River Delta area have opened at the Guangfulin and Jiuliting communities, as well as the district administration service center in Songjiang District.

After the service was initiated on May 22, citizens from Shanghai; Suzhou in Jiangsu Province; Hangzhou, Jiaxing, Huzhou, Jinhua in Zhejiang Province; and Hefei, Wuhu, Xuancheng, Anqing, Ma’anshan, Chuzhou, Chizhou and Tongling in Anhui Province can receive various government affairs services in any of the above cities.

The first batch of the 51 services provided at the windows include 30 company services and 21 personal services.

Company legal representatives can now, for example, obtain cross-regional business licenses and production permits in their home cities.

The 21 personal services items are related to, among others, medical treatment, social insurance, senior cards and marriage registration enquiries.

So far, 120 entity offices providing one-stop cross-regional government services in Shanghai and the three provinces have been set up. Citizens can also handle issues online via an app “Wu Gan Man You” (无感漫游,roaming as if you were still at home).

“I am living in Songjiang and there is no need for me to take a train back to my hometown of Suzhou whenever I want to print my social insurance records any more,” said a Songjiang resident surnamed Xie.

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