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Report on Digital Standardization Index released
China Standardization 2023-11-29

Hosted by the State Information Center, Shandong Provincial Big Data Bureau, and Qingdao Municipal People’s Government, the 2023 China Smart Cities Development & Innovation Summit (CSCDIS) assembled over 1,500 representatives from ministries, universities, institutions, local authorities, etc., on November 24-25 in Qingdao, East China’s Shandong province.

During the summit, China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS) released the Report on Evaluation Index of Digital Government Standardization Construction. It is the third consecutive year that CNIS has released the “Digital Standardization Index” report. The report is the first of its kind in China to systematically measure the supporting role of standardization in the construction of digital government, which adopts objective data on the position of a third party.

By constructing a comprehensive and systematic index system and combining text big data mining with traditional evaluation methods, the “Digital Standardization Index” assesses the standardization work of provincial digital governments across the country.

The overall “Digital Standardization Index” of China is 77.1, which shows an obvious increase compared with the previous two years. Guangdong, Shandong and Zhejiang rank the top three for three consecutive years, followed by Beijing, Guizhou, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Fujian, Sichuan and Shanxi.
In February this year, the Overall Plan for the Construction of Digital China was released, which puts forward the requirements for establishing the technical standards system, developing guidelines for digital standards, and accelerating the development and revision of application standards for digital transformation of various industries and industrial integrated development.

According to the report, local governments have deepened the understanding of standardization in the digital government construction, and standardization has plays a fundamental, supporting role in promoting the orderly circulation of data, stabilizing new technical regulations, connecting system platforms, and promoting simple, convenient and high-quality services.

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