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Institutional revolution driving digital transformation in Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the pioneering countries in building a national digital transformation programme, with the three main pillars of digital government, digital economy, and digital society.Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc also issued Decision No 749/QD-TTg approving the national digital transformation programme by 2025 and vision towards ...

Ministries, provinces to receive annual digital transformation ranking

Following the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, chair of the National Committee on E-government, from 2021, a digital transformation ranking will be given to ministries and provinces each year. In order to implement the plan on ranking ministries and provinces from 2021, the Ministry ...

Trong Dat

National data portal inaugurated

The national data portal https://data.gov.vn was launched by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) during a ceremony in Hanoi on August 31. The portal provides data of State agencies in service of political and socio-economic activities, contributing to the process of e-government building in ...

E-governance approaches critical mass

Vietnam has made significant headway in developing an effective e-government, making public services far more accessible for enterprises, investors, and individuals.Constructed by local and foreign experts with help from VNPT, the National Reporting Platform (NRP) and  Centre for Information and Direction (CID) are directly connected ...

Nguyen Thanh

Database sharing important to developing e-government

Database sharing between management agencies at both central and local levels is key to the process of developing e-government, experts have said. The Ministry of Information and Communications is compiling an e-government development strategy, with services a pillar in Vietnam’s socio-economic development model.By 2025, 100 percent of national ...

Vietnam jumps two places in UN e-government rankings

Vietnam climbed two positions to stand at number 86 amongst 193 countries in the e-government development index (EDGI) rankings, as compiled by the United Nations.Over the past six years, Vietnam has been moving up the rankings, from number 99 in 2014 to 89 in 2016 ...

Finance Ministry remains on top of E-Government Development Index 2018

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) continued leading the country in E-Government Development Index 2018 in the category of ministries and ministerial-level agencies, according to a report assessing the application of information technology of ministries and ministerial-level agencies, governmental agencies and centrally-run cities and provinces, released ...

VN to reduce number of districts, communes

The National Assembly Standing Committee approved a resolution on Wednesday, creating legal foundations for reduction of administrative units at district and communal levels. At present, Viet Nam’s administration is devided into central, provincial, district and communal levels. Keep reading    ...

Minh Duyen

Vietnam establishes National e-Government Committee

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision on the establishment of the National e-Government Committee, replacing the National Committee for Information Technology Application.The committee will be headed by PM Phuc, while Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam will be its deputy chairman and head ...

Public administrative units must reduce personnel by 2 percent annually

Minister of Home Affairs Le Vinh Tan suggested the Prime Minister assign administrative units to reduce personnel by 2 percent per year during a teleconference between the Government and localities on July 2. Keep reading ...

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