The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today launched a mobile application named MyGov that aspires to provide all the government services under one platform.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen today said his ministry has made consular and administrative services available up to rural areas for the first time through digital platforms.
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“From today, we are going live through the MyGov application platform. With this endeavour, for the first time in history, foreign office services are available in rural areas,” he said while addressing an event “Digital Bangladesh Day-2021”, organised by ICT wing of the foreign ministry here in the capital.
Momen said the foreign ministry has added its 62 services to the MyGov platform for easy access to consular and other administrative services.
Besides, he said, the ministry has already made a Unified Website and developed a Digital Archive to modernize the record-keeping system.
He said these services will be available at people’s doorstep through National Call Center-333 and Union Digital Center (UDC).
Moreover, Momen said that Government Resource Planning (GRP), Digital Nothi and Digital Service Design Lab (DSDL) projects are ongoing to improve foreign office services.
Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen also spoke at the meeting among others.