OneGov platform launches with aim to provide govt services through single network

President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has today launched 'oneGov', which integrates government services through a modern digital interface, facilitating seamless interactions between the public and the government.

The platform was launched at a function held at Sultan Park this morning. Vice President Faisal Naseem was also present on the occasion.

OneGov is part of the government's efforts to digitize the services provided to the public by government institutions and make them accessible. The platform is being developed under the Ministry of Economic Affairs through Tradenet Corporation.

The oneGov platform aims to eliminate the need for inter-island travel to access services at government offices and institutions, address challenges arising from a lack of information, and eliminate the inconvenience of printing forms for service applications. President Solih stated that the platform, which offers digital government services 24/7, would aid in combating corruption, reducing paper consumption, and promoting environmental and economic growth.

The oneGov platform can be accessed through the National Digital Identity Service 'efaas.' The platform initially integrates services from six government offices and institutions, with plans for continued expansion as more government services are added. The platform is supported by three contact centres nationwide, where the public can seek assistance in person or through online consultations.

President Solih also encouraged the public to use the platform's convenience.