the target model at the end of 2017 (86%). "My Documents" Centers made the list of top-5 nominees for the WSIS Award

The centers for providing public and municipal services “My Documents” made the list of top-5 projects nominated for the awards at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

The WSIS Prizes prize is a unique international contest developed to create an effective mechanism to evaluate and recognize individuals, governments, civil society, local, regional and municipal institutions for successfully implementing development strategies using information and communication technologies.

After consideration by a group of experts, 1064 ICT projects from all over the world were nominated for the competition, and over 2 million votes were received from WSIS stakeholders. “”My Documents” Centers have been selected as WSIS 2019 Champion in the Category 7 - AL C7 “ICT applications: benefits in all aspects of life: e-government.”

The winners of the WSIS Prizes 2019 will be announced during the WSIS 2019 award ceremony at the World Summit on the Information Society, which will be held on April 8-12, 2019 in Geneva.

The network of multifunctional centers for providing state and municipal services “My Documents” was created about 10 years ago. At the moment, it includes 2,800 MFCs and more than 10,000 offices for the provision of public services. "My Documents" Centers provide the most popular and widespread services: issuing a national and travel passport, extracts from the cadastral chamber, issuing a driver's license and many others. In total, “My Documents” Centers provide 29 federal-level services and 100-150 regional and municipal services, mainly in the area of social security.