Mianyang Comprehensively Improves the Unified Social Credit Code

To promote the reform of ¡°integrating five certificates into one¡±

(Mianyang News) (reporters: Li Rui and Li Qiaozhen) A few days ago, our reporters learned from the Municipal Statistics Bureau that the provincial notice shows the utilization rate of the unified social credit code of the legal entities in Mianyang¡¯s inventory database amounts to 94.2 percent, ranking first in Sichuan province; the utilization rate of the unified social credit code of the industrial activity units in Mianyang¡¯s inventory database reaches 55.7 percent, ranking the third in Sichuan province.

It is known that as an important index of the inventory database, the unified social credit code has played a significant role in the search and identification of units, the preparation of a census inventory, and a good inspection of units. The Municipal Statistics Bureau has issued a document, requiring all levels to collect copies of legal person certificates, business licenses and other certificates of all units in the inventory database; besides, they should clear out the units that haven¡¯t been given unified social credit codes and contact relevant departments to urge the units that haven¡¯t changed their certificates to apply for a unified social credit code. As a result, they can promote the application of the reform results of registration system of ¡°integrating five certificates into one¡±.

The municipal and county statistics bureaus use the integrated management platform of the inventory database of Sichuan basic units to make full use of the administrative registration data of different departments collected by the provincial authorities; then they verify the unified social credit codes of various units in different ways, such as filed investigation, internet search, and telephone inquiry, to update and maintain the inventory database timely. Besides, They also actively contact such departments as Commission Office of Public Sectors Reform, Ministry of Civil Affairs, Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Ministry of justice, labor union, and Religious Affairs Bureau, through sending letters and other communication modes; then they collect the unique ID codes of the unified social credit codes of different units and compare them with those in the inventory database to ensure that they supplement and optimize the unified social credit code in an all-round way.