Officials yesterday inspected the Public Works Ministry’s public service centres to ensure they are efficient, transparent and fast for the people.
Chhuon Vorn, director-general of the ministry’s General Department of Land Transport, led a working group to inspect the ministry’s public service centres.
The inspections were conducted at a number of public service centres, including the Heavy Vehicle Driving Training Center, Aeon Mall 1 and Aeon 2, Chip Mong Noro Mall and the Vehicle Technical Inspection Centers in Boeng Baitong and Russei Keo.
He said: “It is important to set up another public service delivery automation system to support the delivery of public services in line with the latest version of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, also known as Digitalisation and System Improvement Projects and a new generation vehicle technical inspection system upgrade project that are planned to be launched in the near future.”
“That means you do not have to fill out the form yourself. You just take your credit card to the partner bank, enter the vehicle data and pay then bring the receipt to the checkout at the public service centre for the registration,” Vorn added.
In the past, the ministry has tried to provide information by sending an SMS to people who own vehicles saying that the vehicle registration is about to expire and please bring the vehicle for a technical inspection before the expiration date and asking people stop using informal services which leads to a loss of money.
He thanked all the people who joined the ministry to enforce the law, despite the fact that during the Covid-19 crisis, Cambodia, as well as the whole world, was affected.
The number of people who came to receive the ministry’s services has not decreased and he thanked the private sector for cooperating by opening the ministry’s public service centres.