Economy

Brazil's government partners with banks to offer services through digital channels

With the same bank's password, the bank customer will be able to access 2,400 digital services including motor tax

Banco do Brasil facade
Banco do Brasil branch facade. Photo: Shutterstock
  • The service started to be offered by the state-owned banks Banco do Brasil, Banrisul;
  • Bradesco is the first private bank to offer the services.

Brazil‘s government will partner with banks to include public services among the options digitally offered by these institutions, reported O Estado de São Paulo.

With the same bank’s password and login to access the account, the bank customer will be able to access 2,400 digital services, including urban cleaning requests and IPVA (motor tax applied to the possession of motorized vehicles) payment. Besides the user is not required to memorize new logins and passwords, there is no need to make additional entries to access all services.

According to O Estado de São Paulo, 13 Brazilian states and 74 municipalities are already integrated into the federal government platform. The service started to be offered by the state-owned banks Banco do Brasil, Banrisul, and, this week, by Bradesco, the first private bank.

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