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How has the ranking of digital transformation of ministries and provinces changed?


According to the assessment results of the Digital Transformation Index – DTI in 2021 of ministries and provinces just announced by the Ministry of Information and Communications, Da Nang, the Ministry of Finance and the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology lead in 3 groups of agencies being evaluated.

Within the framework of the third meeting of the National Committee on Digital Transformation on the morning of August 8, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung, a member of the Committee, announced the Digital Transformation Evaluation Index Report – DTI 2021.

The National Committee on Digital Transformation has just held its third session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (Photo: Pham Hai)

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung said that 2021 is the second year of implementing the National Digital Transformation Program, also the year the Covid-19 pandemic broke out in Vietnam.

Vietnam has pioneered in deploying many digital applications and digital platforms with tens of millions of users. However, 2021 also witnessed many criticisms about the weakness of digital technology products to prevent epidemics.

Through the challenge, Vietnam’s digital technology enterprises have clearly matured in large-scale digital platforms, ensuring the safety of people’s data, and deployed nationwide. For that reason, the selected DTI 2021 report has the theme “Digital transformation step by step mature through the implementation of technology for disease prevention and control”.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung emphasized that digital transformation is a long journey, each organization and individual must know where they are in order to have plans and solutions in line with development orientation, needs and real conditions. economic. To help ministries, branches and localities assess their digital transformation, the Ministry of Information and Communications has issued a set of indicators and annually evaluates and publishes the results.

How has the ranking of digital transformation of ministries and provinces changed?
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung, member of the National Committee on Digital Transformation. (Photo: Pham Hai)

Sharing about the highlights of DTI 2021, Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung said that the DTI 2021 value of the ministerial level providing public services is the highest, followed by the provincial and ministerial levels that do not provide public services.

In which, the average value of DTI 2021 at the provincial level is 0.4014, up to 32.7% compared to 2020; ministerial level of public service provision was 0.4595, an increase of 15.4% compared to 2020.

Compared to 2020, both the digital government, digital economy and digital society pillars of the provincial DTI 2021 have increased. (Illustration)

The average value of DTI 2021 at ministerial level without public service is 0.2151, slightly lower than 2020. The reason is that in 2021, two more agencies will participate in DTI assessment for the first time, namely the Academy of Sciences. Vietnamese society, the Committee for Management of State Capital at Enterprises – these are new agencies at the beginning of digital transformation.

Also according to the newly published report, 12 out of 89 ministries and provinces participating in the assessment had a DTI 2021 value of 0.5 or higher, accounting for 13.48%. This result reflects that the digital transformation process of ministries, branches and localities in 2021 is still at an early stage, without a major breakthrough.

How has the ranking of digital transformation of ministries and provinces changed?
DTI ranking 2021 and key indicators of the Top 10 public service providers.

The evaluation results for each group of subjects showed that, out of 17 ministries and sectors providing public services, the Ministry of Finance maintained the leading position, with a value of 0.6321, an increase of 0.13 compared to 2020. The Ministry of Planning and Investment and Vietnam Social Insurance each increased by 1 rank, rising to the 2nd and 3rd positions in the rankings.

The next seven positions in the top 10 belong to ministries and sectors, respectively: the State Bank of Vietnam, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

How has the ranking of digital transformation of ministries and provinces changed?
DTI 2021 ratings and key indicators of ministries that do not provide public services.

For 9 ministries and sectors without public services, with a DTI 2021 value of 0.4736, an increase of 66.29% compared to 2020, the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology has risen to the leading position, up 2 level compared to the results achieved in the first assessment period. The next two positions belong to Vietnam Television Station and Vietnam News Agency, respectively.

How has the ranking of digital transformation of ministries and provinces changed?
Top 10 leading provinces and cities in DTI 2021.

With the group of provinces and cities, the two leading positions still belong to Da Nang and Thua Thien Hue, with the DTI 2021 values ​​of the two localities reaching 0.6419 and 0.5872, increasing 0.1545 and 0.5872 respectively. 0.1775 compared to 2020.

Ho Chi Minh City has increased 2 places compared to 2020, ranked 3rd nationwide. The next positions in the Top 10 leading localities in DTI 2021 include: Bac Ninh, Lang Son, Ninh Binh, Quang Ninh, Thai Nguyen, Binh Phuoc and Bac Giang.

From the results of the DTI 2021 assessment, a representative of the Ministry of Information and Communications said that the average DTI index of the ministries and provinces is still low, so it is recommended that ministries, branches and localities drastically dedicate resources to digital transformation to achieve digital transformation. goals by 2025.

Ministries, sectors and localities are also recommended to closely monitor their digital transformation through the annual DTI assessment to have appropriate promotion solutions, overcome limitations, and not follow the movement.

“Based on ministerial, provincial DTI, ministries, branches and localities can develop DTIs at all levels so that they can monitor and evaluate DTI at all levels of their management, thereby prompting and promoting timely time”the representative of the Ministry of Information and Communications recommends.

DTI 2021 includes 3 levels: provincial DTI, ministerial DTI and national DTI. The provincial DTI structure consists of 9 main indicators with 98 sub-indices focusing on 3 pillars of digital government, digital economy and digital society. The ministerial level DTI has 6 main indexes with 70 sub-indices. The national DTI consists of 24 indicators, these indicators show the level of achievement of the goals and targets of the National Digital Transformation Program, e-Government development strategies towards digital government, development digital economy and digital society. Also, reference is made to the indicators used in the international assessment.

Van Anh

Today, announcing the level of digital transformation of ministries and provinces in 2021

Today, announcing the level of digital transformation of ministries and provinces in 2021

The report of the Digital Transformation Assessment Index – DTI at ministerial and provincial levels in 2021 will be announced by the Ministry of Information and Communications at the third meeting of the National Committee on Digital Transformation to be held on August 8 in Hanoi.

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