Kazan, September 18, 2015. — Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation as regulator and coordinator of e-government services development defines several key interaction trends between financial markets and e-government. Alexey Kozyrev made a speech on section “Development of electronic cooperation between Federal executive authorities, Bank of Russia and financial market players. E-government.” It took place during the first Kazan Forum of Innovative Financial Technologies Finnopolis 2015.
More than 35% of Russian citizens already prefer to use e-government services. Citizens and enterprises are provided with access to e-government services via the Unified System of Identification and Authentication (USIA) created by Minsvyaz. 18 million people are registered in this system. The USIA has many advantages: quick user identification, high productivity and stability. The system protects allocated information in accordance with the Russian legislation. The USIA meets requirements of legislation on simplified identification and can be used for simplified identification by banks.
“Banks carry out complex identification of clients while opening an account. That’s why we suppose that cooperation between the USIA and banks can be equate to authorization of user in Internet banking to registration in the Unified System of Identification and Authentication. Use of the unified account will help to extend possibilities for use of e-government services not only in state sector,” noted Alexey Kozyrev.
While entering Internet bank users will be able to use e-government services.
“Login and password from Internet banking and login and password form the USIA will be different. They will be stored according to safety rules in Internet banking and the USIA. It will significantly expand possibilities of banks and will contribute to distribution of e-government services,” said Deputy Minister.