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Number conversion is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien


“Digital transformation towards digital government, digital economy and digital society are irreversible laws of the world. Digital transformation is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien in the future.”

The above message was confirmed by Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan at the meeting with the leaders of Dien Bien province on the afternoon of December 4, 2020.

In order to develop government, the most important thing is database linkage, provincial departments, branches and branches must share data, not be charged; Digital society is geared towards every citizen with a smartphone; Digital Economy is the online payment platform, in the near future, mobile money will solve this problem. The most important thing is the provincial leadership drastically direct, steadfastly implement and directly use the technology.

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan spoke at the meeting with the Department of Information and Communications of Dien Bien on the morning of December 4

This is the main working content of the delegation of the Central Steering Committee for National Target Programs in the 2016-2020 period, led by Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan.

Working with the delegation were Mr. Le Thanh Do, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Dien Bien Provincial People’s Committee, Head of the Steering Committee of National Target Programs of the province and representatives of leaders of some related departments.

At the meeting, the Delegation of the Central Steering Committee of NTPs, together with the leaders of the Provincial People’s Committee and representatives of departments, branches focused on exchanging, discussing and evaluating the results of the implementation of the NTP on building a new countryside (NTM) and sustainable poverty reduction in the 2016-2020 period; Information and communication activities and results of building e-government in 2020, 1 year of implementing a memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Information and Communication and the Provincial People’s Committee on Information and Communication Development Cooperation.

Accordingly, by the end of November 2020, the whole province had 33/115 communes meeting the standards and basically reaching NTM standards; in which 19 communes meet NTM standards and 14 basic communes meet NTM standards. It is estimated that by the end of 2020, the province has 21 communes meeting NTM standards (reaching 18.26%), 22 communes meeting 15-18 criteria, 30 communes meeting 10-14 criteria, 42 communes reaching from 5 – 9 criteria; the average number of criteria reached 11.7 criteria / commune. In the 2016-2020 period, Dien Bien province will select a model NTM commune and it is expected that by the end of 2020, there will be a commune meeting advanced NTM standards. Implementing the Project of 29 border communes, currently, the whole province has 8 communes recognized to meet standards and basically meet NTM standards …

Regarding the NTP for sustainable poverty reduction, the whole province still has 5 poor districts according to Resolution 30a / NQ-CP; 2 districts enjoy 70% of the investment policy for poor district infrastructure according to Decision 293 / QD-TTg; 97 communes with extreme difficulties and 2 villages with extreme difficulties enjoy the policy of Program 135. Up to now, there are more than 43,000 poor households in the whole province, down 15.09% compared to 2015. Estimated to the end of 2020, GRDP per capita reached 38.25 million / person / year …

Number conversion is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien
Mr. Le Thanh Do, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Dien Bien Provincial People’s Committee spoke at the meeting

At the meeting, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee Le Thanh Do proposed and proposed to the Government and the Prime Minister: Prioritize funding, increase the level of capital to support direct investment of NTPs; soon issue mechanisms, policies, specific mechanisms for localities to concretize on time mechanisms and policies; …

Participating in the discussion, members of the Central Steering Committee for National Target Programs suggested the Provincial People’s Committee focus on prioritizing funding for key areas, avoiding spreading; expand livelihood diversification; additional assessment of the participation and contribution of people in the program of building NTMs; …

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan acknowledged the positive results Dien Bien province made efforts to achieve in the implementation of programs to build NTMs, sustainable poverty reduction; In the near future, it is expected that Dien Bien province will promote the application and upgrade of information technology infrastructure, at the same time focus on reviewing programs and projects to bring the highest efficiency, avoiding wasting resources. investment force.

The delegation of the Central Steering Committee for National Target Programs will propose to prioritize capital and assist the province in completing project programs; synthesize and report recommendations and proposals of Dien Bien province to the Government, relevant ministries and branches.

Number conversion is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien
Ministry of Information and Communications donates audio-visual equipment and computers worth 1 billion VND to poor households in communes in Dien Bien province.

Technology will be a breakthrough for Dien Bien to accelerate development

At the meeting, the Department of Information and Communications of Dien Bien reported on the implementation of State management tasks on Information and Communication in the province. Specifically, up to now, the whole province has 5 enterprises providing postal services with 167 points for public postal services; 89 mailing routes … The postal network operates stably and safely, ensuring the provision of services and promptly meeting the needs for mail, newspaper, and postal documents, postal parcels. .

Regarding telecommunications development, the whole province currently has 69% of Party and State agencies from the provincial to communal levels connected to the specialized data transmission network of the Party and State agencies. 80% of residential areas living and working (villages, hamlets, residential groups) will be connected to fixed broadband internet (fiber optic cable). 97.7% of villages have mobile phone coverage (minimum 2G); 75% of the population will be covered with 3G, 4G mobile information …

Information technology (IT) applications and services have 100% of state agencies of the province having a portal / website to provide information according to the State’s regulations. The provincial online public service portal is connected to the National Public Service Portal, integrating the use of an online payment system that is shared with the National Public Service Portal, providing 1,640 online public services, including 236 level 3 administrative procedures; 331 level 4 administrative procedures. The rate of dossiers resolved on time is over 87% …

Deputy Minister Pham Anh Tuan assessed that the ICT field of Dien Bien has achieved many important results in the past time, but still has many limitations, has not fully promoted its potential and contributed to the development. general of the whole province.

Number conversion is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan affirmed: Digital transformation towards digital government, digital economy and digital society is an inevitable trend.

Considering that digital transformation towards digital government, digital economy and digital society is an inevitable trend in the current development, the Deputy Minister pointed out what the authorities at all levels of Dien Bien province need to do right in time. next time. That is to increase the rate of public services at level 4; reviewing and perfecting the E-Office system of electronic documents of the Party and authorities, as well as the platform for online meeting to all district and commune levels; Focus on converting the number of tourism and agriculture sectors that are the strengths of the province; The province should consider pilot conversion to number one commune so that the model can be replicated to other communes.

Deputy Minister emphasized: In order to develop the government, the most important thing is the database linkage, the departments and branches of the province must share data, not to worry; Digital society is geared towards every citizen with a smartphone; Digital Economy is the online payment platform, in the near future, mobile money will solve this problem. The Deputy Minister also assigned the Department of Information Technology (Ministry of Information and Communications) to support Dien Bien in building the province’s digital transformation strategy.

Number conversion is the solution to the development problem of Dien Bien
Ministry of Information and Communications and the Provincial People’s Committee signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation and development of information and communication for the period of 2021 -2025

Also on this occasion, the Ministry of Information and Communications and the Provincial People’s Committee announced a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in developing information and communication for the period of 2021 – 2025.

Accordingly, the Ministry of Information and Communications and the Provincial People’s Committee actively exchange information and coordinate in implementing activities such as developing postal infrastructure in the direction of logistic infrastructure; developing public postal network infrastructure; deploying postal address codes to each household; deploying 5G network development; performing malware cleaning campaigns; drills to prevent, combat and handle cyber attacks.

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