With Poste Italiane, the digital one-stop shop arrives in small municipalities
Post offices are converted into one-stop shops to make access to public administration services quick and easy. This is Poste Italiane’s Polis-House of digital services project presented yesterday at the “La Nuvola” congress center in Rome, aimed at 7,000 municipalities with fewer than 15,000 inhabitants. In the presence of the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella, the Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, numerous government officials, the top management of Poste Italiane and 5,000 mayors, the project financed under the National Plan for investments complementary to the PNRR was illustrated. to create proximity one-stop shops active 24 hours a day with the aim of facilitating access by resident citizens to public services in digital mode. In the province of Rimini, 20 municipalities are involved in the post office restructuring process. Restructuring that will allow the individual citizen to request personal and civil status certificates, electronic identity card, passport, social security and judicial certificates as well as the various postal and insurance services. To contribute to greater energy efficiency and boost sustainable mobility, 1,000 photovoltaic systems and 5,000 charging stations for electric vehicles will be installed. Restructuring and technological upgrading works have already been completed in 40 Italian post offices. Several local mayors were present during the Roman trip. As regards the municipality of Coriano, where the Ospedaletto post office has been identified which will be modernized and restructured into a real service center, the mayor Gianluca Ugolini said “This project goes in the direction of guaranteeing greater services to our citizens with the aim of improving their quality of life. Post offices are an essential part of the daily life of each of us, an indispensable point of reference for the local community. I believe that this new Polis project, currently aimed at the conversion of the Ospedaletto post office, contributes to bringing citizens closer to the State and the Public Administration. I am honored to have participated together with other mayors at the Poste Italiane event. As administrator I will give all the support required to get the activation of the one-stop shop in our municipality “. ” We have been presented with a project that largely uses funds from the PNRR and goes in the direction of simplifying and expanding the services of the administrative machine – comments Fabrizio Piccioni, Mayor of Misano – guaranteeing citizens of cities with less than 15 thousand inhabitants a point of reference nearby and at any time, I am thinking in particular of the little ones. I share an approach I listened to yesterday: when one speaks of large public companies, and one wonders what the deepest meaning of the term public is, one should answer that it is necessary look at the social intent and not just at the sheer very important economic value of which many companies are bearers”.
Cs Municipality of Coriano