iAM Smart registration teams set up

May 19, 2022
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Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit (left) inspects the iAM Smart mobile registration team at the Transport Department’s Hong Kong Licensing Office.

Secretary for Innovation & Technology Alfred Sit inspected the iAM Smart mobile registration team at the Transport Department's Hong Kong Licensing Office today.


Mr Sit cited the renewal of vehicle licences as an example, saying the public who have registered for iAM Smart+, which comes with a digital signing function, can easily sign and submit applications online.


He said there is no need to queue in person at the Licensing Offices even though submission of forms with an applicant's signature and other related documents is required, making the process swift and convenient.


The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer will set up mobile registration teams at the four Licensing Offices to help the public register for iAM Smart+ from today.


Since the launch of the one-stop personalised digital service platform iAM Smart in December 2020, more than 1.3 million people have already registered as iAM Smart users, and over 200 commonly used government, public and private online services are now accessible through the platform.


iAM Smart provides authentication, e-ME form filling, and personalised notifications functions, while the iAM Smart+ version provides an additional function of digital signing with legal backing.

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