Yekaterinburg to construct mobile, glass government office
The two-story glass cube will be 10 meters high and will include special technology on its walls to allow for specially prepared three-dimensional mapping shows. The office, also known as electronic government, will be exhibited during Innoprom 2012, an international forum and exhibition of industry and innovation, the Euro-Asian News reports.
Yekaterinburg citizens will be able to visit the office between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. to consult with specialists from the portal of public services. Residents will then be able to obtain an activation code for a personal account at the office. At night, the glass walls will display the three-dimensional mapping shows.
Once the mobile office has been displayed from July 12 to July 15, the glass building will be moved to Novosibirsk. The glass house will travel between the largest cities in Russia to promote electronic government services. It will attempt to make e-government services more understandable, convenient and accessible to everyone in the country.
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