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Russians will be transferred to electronic passports from 2021

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A gradual transfer of citizens of the Russian Federation to electronic passports should begin in 2021, according to Vedomosti, citing the press service of the government.

After the meeting on September 14, Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov instructed the Ministry of Economy and the autonomous non-profit organization Digital Economy to develop a draft law on e-passports, deputy spokeswoman Aliya Samigullina told the Vedomosti newspaper. Translation of Russians from paper to electronic passports is planned to begin in 2021.

The government’s press service told the newspaper that the electronic passport would provide citizens with access to all state registries and public services, and the record of the provision of these services will also be recorded electronically. The press service suggested that the carrier of an electronic passport could be a bank-sized plastic card with a chip embedded in it.

↑ The electronic document will contain information about the SNILS and driving license

The electronic document will contain information about SNILS and driving licenses.
How much will the state spend on it
About the new document
E-passport will be tied to a “digital profile”

According to the source "Vedomosti", we are talking about the consolidation in one document of all the data of a person - a passport, SNILS, driver's license. At the same time, a single register of all data of all Russians will be created, the source added. According to another source, while the government assumes that the e-passport will contain an impression of a person for recognition, fingerprints, an electronic signature and an access code for a digital profile.

↑ How much will the state spend?

The transfer of citizens to a new type of passport will cost 114.4 billion rubles. until 2024, - the relevant data are given in the passport of the Digital Economy program, which was considered at a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on September 17. It is planned to collect the required amount at the expense of the state fee for issuing an electronic passport.

Recall that in 2009, Russia began the development of a universal electronic card (UEC). It was supposed to be a multifunctional means of payment, making it easier for citizens to pay for public services, as well as a universal identification card. The term of introduction of the UEC was postponed several times. Cards began to receive from January 2013 on the statements of citizens, but the issue did not become mass. As a result, the head organization of the project (UEC) recognized that the planned replacement of Russian paper passports with plastic ones deprives UEC of meaning.

↑ About the new document

The new sample document will be a plastic card resembling a bank card inside which an electronic chip is placed. In addition to the usual passport data, the electronic ID will contain an electronic digital signature, three photos and fingerprints of the holder.

It is also assumed that the passport will relieve Russians of the need to carry other important documents, such as SNILS, insurance policy, driver's license, TIN. In addition, it is possible the emergence of the possibility of using an e-passport as a credit card.

↑ Electronic passport will be tied to a “digital profile”

At the end of June 2018 in an interview with TASS Olga Skorobogatova, First Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, said that the Bank of Russia, together with the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, is developing the concept of a “digital profile” of a citizen.

The Digital Profile project will ensure the storage and secure exchange of personal data between citizens, government and commercial organizations using a single identifier, as well as allow you to manage digital consent to share information.

“If we talk about the data structure, first of all it will be personal data, certificates, information on utility bills, loans or account balances, payment of taxes and fees, the purchase and sale of real estate, a car,” Skorobogatova explained.

Russians will be transferred to electronic passports from 2021

A gradual transfer of citizens of the Russian Federation to electronic passports should begin in 2021, according to Vedomosti, citing the press service of the government.

After the meeting on September 14, Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov instructed the Ministry of Economy and the autonomous non-profit organization Digital Economy to develop a draft law on e-passports, deputy spokeswoman Aliya Samigullina told the Vedomosti newspaper. Translation of Russians from paper to electronic passports is planned to begin in 2021.

The government’s press service told the newspaper that the electronic passport would provide citizens with access to all state registries and public services, and the record of the provision of these services will also be recorded electronically. The press service suggested that the carrier of an electronic passport could be a bank-sized plastic card with a chip embedded in it.

The electronic document will contain information about SNILS and driving licenses.

The electronic document will contain information about SNILS and driving licenses.
How much will the state spend on it
About the new document
E-passport will be tied to a “digital profile”

According to the source "Vedomosti", we are talking about the consolidation in one document of all the data of a person - a passport, SNILS, driver's license. At the same time, a single register of all data of all Russians will be created, the source added. According to another source, while the government assumes that the e-passport will contain an impression of a person for recognition, fingerprints, an electronic signature and an access code for a digital profile.

How much will the state spend on it

The transfer of citizens to a new type of passport will cost 114.4 billion rubles. until 2024, - the relevant data are given in the passport of the Digital Economy program, which was considered at a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on September 17. It is planned to collect the required amount at the expense of the state fee for issuing an electronic passport.

Recall that in 2009, Russia began the development of a universal electronic card (UEC). It was supposed to be a multifunctional means of payment, making it easier for citizens to pay for public services, as well as a universal identification card. The term of introduction of the UEC was postponed several times. Cards began to receive from January 2013 on the statements of citizens, but the issue did not become mass. As a result, the head organization of the project (UEC) recognized that the planned replacement of Russian paper passports with plastic ones deprives UEC of meaning.

About the new document

The new sample document will be a plastic card resembling a bank card inside which an electronic chip is placed. In addition to the usual passport data, the electronic ID will contain an electronic digital signature, three photos and fingerprints of the holder.

It is also assumed that the passport will relieve Russians of the need to carry other important documents, such as SNILS, insurance policy, driver's license, TIN. In addition, it is possible the emergence of the possibility of using an e-passport as a credit card.

E-passport will be tied to a “digital profile”

At the end of June 2018 in an interview with TASS Olga Skorobogatova, First Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, said that the Bank of Russia, together with the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, is developing the concept of a “digital profile” of a citizen.

The Digital Profile project will ensure the storage and secure exchange of personal data between citizens, government and commercial organizations using a single identifier, as well as allow you to manage digital consent to share information.

“If we talk about the data structure, first of all it will be personal data, certificates, information on utility bills, loans or account balances, payment of taxes and fees, the purchase and sale of real estate, a car,” Skorobogatova explained.

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