A mobile phone application for the government portal “gov.gr” will be inaugurated next week, providing further access to hundreds of public administration services online, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said at the online Digital Economy Forum on Monday.
The conference was organized by the Hellenic Labour Inspectorate (SEPE), and Mitsotakis addressed its opening session.
The premier said that the digital portal of the public sector, which is already available online and started operation in March, was scheduled to include 1,000 electronic services, from its current 724. Calling the portal “a foundation” of public administration,
Mitsotakis said it had already received 7 million visits, issued 772,000 digital documents, and had carried out 6.6 million doctors’ prescriptions in addition to 2.3 million referrals.
He also spoke of a Digital Bible, under public consultation currently, which contained projects budgeted at over 6 billion euros for the coming future, to be funded by the EU Recovery Fund. “It contains over 400 projects to implement the strategy for Digital Greece,” he said, noting in addition that the Parliament was close to ratifying the National Strategy for Cyber Security.