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Approve the transformation plan number of Ministry of Information and Communications for the period of 2021–2025


The Ministry of Information and Communications sets the target for the Ministry to be in the group of 5 ministries and branches, leading in IT application, digital transformation in the period of 2021 – 2025, forming a digital ecosystem in the Ministry, successfully building the Ministry of Information and Communications.

Focus on solving 3 basic problems

The digital transformation plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications for the period 2021 – 2025 has been approved by Minister Nguyen Manh Hung.

The Ministry of Information and Communications’s plan to clearly define views, the deployment of IT applications and digital transformation focuses on solving three basic issues, including: Control of information systems, database connection and IT resources on the basis of using integrated, shared platforms, and complying with relevant standards and regulations;

Digital data is continuously updated, improved quality when implementing information systems, sharing for decision-making, directing, operating and creating original reference information, providing for many groups objects used in the field of management.

At the same time, forming a collaborative, simple, user-centric IT application space, fully serving the needs of management, public administration and professionalism. school network.

The digital transformation plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications up to 2025 affirms the view that information security is a cross-cutting factor in e-government development, towards digital government.

The view of information security is a cross-cutting element in the process of designing, building and operating information systems, databases and IT resources in e-government development, towards the government. number is also reaffirmed by the Ministry of Information and Communications in its digital transformation plan for the period up to 2025.

Regarding the overall goals, the plan is towards restructuring, transforming IT infrastructure into a unified, stable, and flexible digital infrastructure, prioritizing the application of cloud computing technology (Cloud First); develop new applications and services towards the common direction of using existing digital infrastructure, digital platforms and IT services.

Ability to use digital data and intelligent analysis tools to promptly make accurate decisions in state management activities; providing convenient digital public services (digital services), bringing added value to the people. Provide open data, complete digital data warehouse to meet the requirements for connecting, accessing, sharing information resources, data inside and outside the ministry and national database.

Along with that, fully and successfully implemented the tasks and solutions assigned to the Ministry of Information and Communications in the Government’s Resolution 17/2019 on a number of key tasks and solutions for e-Government development in 2019- 2020, with a vision to 2025; Decision 749/2020 of the Prime Minister approving the National Digital Transformation Program to 2025, with an orientation to 2030.

In the plan, the Ministry of Information and Communications also set out specific targets on modernizing IT infrastructure, applying IT internally, applying IT to people and businesses, ensuring information security.

For example, in IT application to serve people and businesses, from 2021, 90% of people and businesses are satisfied with the quality of administrative procedures settlement; 80% of public services filed in the year they incurred online; 70% of the administrative documents submitted (including both direct and online) are completely processed on the network environment.

From 2022, provide sufficient information on the Portal, promptly exchange, answer questions and make recommendations to organizations and individuals; 100% complete online public services (DVC) with identification functions, one-time authentication and electronic payment (if the service needs to be identified, authenticated, paid) …

From 2023, to develop and convert all data serving professional work at units under the Ministry into digital data.

And from 2024, open data of the units under the Ministry in accordance with the law, do first with data in the field of telecommunications, Internet; IT application, serving the needs of searching and implementing public services and professional and professional needs of agencies, organizations and individuals outside the Ministry.

Regarding information security, the goal set by the Ministry of Information and Communications is to develop and apply an overall information security framework for the Ministry. The information security framework The Ministry of Information and Communications includes: technical measures, regulations and information security procedures; respond to network information security incidents; ensuring and improving the quality of personnel.

5 focus groups

In addition, continuing to carry out regular tasks of identifying and ensuring information systems security by level, monitoring information security; ensure information security according to technical standards and regulations; training, drills, drills; propaganda, awareness raising, response and troubleshooting.

In order to realize the set objectives, in the digital transformation plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications for the period of 2021 – 2025, in addition to the 7 groups of tasks, the Ministry also stated 5 main groups of solutions, including: Promoting communication , raising awareness, digital skills, increasing interaction with people and businesses; Development of combined models between state agencies and enterprises; Research, cooperate to master and effectively apply technologies; Attract IT resources; Promote cooperation, share experiences and strengthen international cooperation.

Specifically, the Ministry of Information and Communications will promote communication, awareness raising and digital skills widely, through many communication channels, mainly the electronic portal system and electronic information pages of the unit. Encourage increased interaction between officials, civil servants, public employees and employees of the Ministry with people and businesses using digital technologies.

In addition, promoting communication about systems and applications of the Ministry with users being organizations, people, enterprises on the mass media, via email, and online mobile applications. next to the user.

The plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications also states that the head of each unit is directly responsible for the quality of the task of applying IT with the goal of digital transformation, cultural reform, working methods and other the relationship from a traditional to a safe, positive digital environment.

In order to attract IT resources for the successful implementation of the Plan’s objectives and tasks, the Ministry of Information and Communications strengthens the Ministry’s IT Application Steering Committee in the direction of supplementing the task of digital transformation and building the Government. number at the Ministry of Information and Communications.

Along with that, strengthen the cohesion and coordination among agencies and units with expertise in IT and information security. To have solutions to ensure quantity and improve quality for the team in charge of IT, information security to meet the IT application, digital transformation and information security at agencies and units.

At the same time, make the most of available technical infrastructure capacity of agencies and units for the tasks that need to be implemented immediately without arranging funds to speed up the implementation time and improve early efficiency. general IT application investment of the Ministry. To adopt a priority policy for staff in charge of IT application in the units under the Ministry.

See detailed content of the transformation plan number of the Ministry of Information and Communications for the period of 2021 – 2025 here.

Vietnam will become a digital nation by 2030

Vietnam will become a digital nation by 2030

“The National Digital Transformation Program to 2025, with a vision to 2030” has just been approved, with a vision to 2030, Vietnam becomes a digital, stable and prosperous country, pioneering the experiment of technologies. and new model.

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