A new point in the recently promulgated “Regulation on the operation of the National E-Government Committee” is to add tasks and responsibilities of the Committee in guiding digital transformation, digital economy and capital. Smart Marketing.
|The National Committee on E-Government was established on August 28, 2018 and was strengthened and added with duties and members from May 26, 2020 (Photo: Chinhphu.vn)|
Decision 414 promulgating the Regulation on the operation of the National e-Government Committee has just been signed by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Chairman of the Committee on October 21. This decision replaces decisions 336/2018 and 209/2019 of the National Commission on E-Government.
Regulations on principles, duties, powers, working regime and working relationship of the National E-Government Committee, the newly promulgated Operation Regulation are applicable to the Committee’s members and the Group. work assisting the Committee.
The National Committee on E-Government works on the principles of democracy, openness and is decided by the Committee President. The Committee and its members do not replace the functions and duties of agencies and the heads of agencies in the state administrative system.
To uphold the individual responsibilities of the members in the activities of the Committee and to perform assigned functions and duties; handle work in accordance with the assigned competence and responsibility, in accordance with the order and procedures according to the provisions of law and the provisions of the Regulation.
Members of the Committee actively handle tasks in the process of implementing the tasks of building and developing e-Government towards digital government, digital transformation, digital economy and smart city; facilitate the implementation of the fourth industrial revolution in Vietnam.
The activities of the Committee also ensure the requirement of work coordination, information exchange in solving work according to the assigned functions, tasks and powers.
Regarding the working regime, the Regulation stipulates that the National E-Government Committee meets once a quarter. The Committee may meet ad hoc according to the summons of the Chairman. Participants of the meeting are decided by the chairperson of the meeting.
The President of the National E-Government Committee convenes an open meeting with the participation of the head of the agency in charge of implementing strategies, programs, projects and projects related to construction and development. development of e-government, e-government, digital transformation, digital economy, smart city and a number of related experts and scientists.
The Working Group assisting the National E-Government Committee meets periodically or irregularly at the request of the leader of the Working Group.
In particular, along with the addition of duties and responsibilities of the Committee in directing digital transformation, digital economy and smart cities, the new Regulation also supplements the responsibilities of the two Committee members, the Ministry. Minister of Industry and Trade and Minister of Construction.
Specifically, according to the Regulation, the Commissioner who is the Minister of Industry and Trade presides over and coordinates with the Ministry of Information and Communications to take responsibility before the Chairman of the Committee in inspecting, urging and guiding the development of electricity commerce. death and digital economics.
The Committee member who is the Minister of Construction shall assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Ministry of Information and Communications to take responsibility before the Chairman of the Committee in inspecting, urging and guiding the implementation of promoting smart urban development.
Previously, on May 26, 2020, the Prime Minister issued Decision 701 to consolidate the National Committee on E-Government. Accordingly, the National Commission on E-Government is supplemented with directing tasks on smart cities, digital transformation and digital economy. At the same time, the Committee also has 2 more members, the Minister of Industry and Trade and the Minister of Construction.
Recently, a number of provinces and cities have strengthened the Steering Committee to build e-government at the request of the Prime Minister in Decision 701 to further direct the content of digital transformation, digital economy and Smart urban areas: Ben Tre, Cao Bang, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Dak Lak, Ha Nam, Ninh Thuan, Thua Thien Hue, Lang Son, Long An, Quang Tri, Bac Giang, Khanh Hoa .
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