This can be a Universal Smart Card use on the Internet (at sites of public authorities or institutions providing public services) and the Universal Smart Card use in vending machines, offering to individuals providing public services electronically. It seems that the more popular and in demand should be considered as providing government services electronically using the Internet. In this connection special importance is the question of creating the legal infrastructure of Universal Smart Card for individual public services. Creating a legal framework requires adjustment of federal legislation for introduction into it of the possibility of obtaining public services through Universal Smart Card. The developers of the bill emphasize that since most of the requirements of federal law that greatly complicate the possibility of using the Universal Smart Card for public service delivery, associated with the need representation in government bodies or local authorities of the original documents or copies certified by a notary, was concluded on the need involvement of the Institute of Notaries in the process of providing services in electronic form using the Universal Smart Card. At the same time receiving government services using the Universal Smart Card may in the following ways: Getting the public services directly individual without the use of EDS. In this case, an individual (sole proprietorship) goes to state authority or local government using the Internet (or automatic remote access to public services) by entering the necessary data Universal Smart Card, identifying him as the holder of the Universal Smart Card. This method is possible if the applicant is required only to apply in a simple manner without need to witness the signature on the application and identification of the applicant.