According to the assessment, over the past time, the implementation of the Government’s Resolutions and the Prime Minister’s decisions on the development of e-Government and digital government have achieved many positive results but also revealed many shortcomings in reality. see off. One of the important “bottlenecks” to focus on removing is the problem of data sharing. Practice shows that people still have to declare and provide data many times when performing administrative procedures.
|Government requests to connect and share information between national databases towards digital government (Artwork)|
In addition, the work of ensuring information security, developing human resources for digital transformation, and funding for IT application activities have not been paid much attention.
In order to continue developing e-Government towards a digital government, promoting national digital transformation, the Prime Minister instructed ministries, ministerial-level agencies, government-attached agencies, and local People’s Committees to implement many mission.
Specifically, disseminate and thoroughly understand to all organizations and individuals the strengthening of investment management to ensure efficiency and information security. Before June, deploy a practical, efficient and sustainable Intelligent Monitoring and Operations Center (IOC) system.
Develop and use national digital platforms for digital transformation, development of digital government, digital economy and digital society. Move to the cloud computing platform; Priority is given to the form of hiring professional services.
Deploying or piloting the implementation of a general data processing and analysis platform at ministerial and provincial levels. Thereby creating new information, new data services for e-Government, digital government. Get this done by December 2022.
The Government also requested agencies and units to coordinate with the Ministry of Public Security, the Government Office, and the Ministry of Information and Communications to prepare infrastructure to connect national databases, specialized databases, and information systems. Information for handling administrative procedures with the National Database on Population, first of all, databases on businesses, taxes, customs, banks, driver’s licenses, health insurance, education and social security according to the assigned schedule.
Annually, measure, evaluate, announce and rank the development level of e-government, digital government and digital transformation for agencies and organizations under their management
The Prime Minister assigned the Ministry of Information and Communications to advise the Government on a list of key tasks to be performed in the next year to develop e-Government, digital government, promote digital transformation, and improve national ranking.
Coordinate and promptly solve problems related to connection and sharing of data in state agencies, and report to the Prime Minister. There are solutions to encourage and promote people to use remote digital signature services to carry out administrative procedures in the electronic environment.
|The Ministry of Information and Communications will evaluate and rank the development level of e-Government, digital government and digital transformation periodically. Illustration|
To assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning and Investment in, reviewing the use of state budget for digital government, IT and digital transformation, and annually reporting to the Prime Minister – Chairman of the National Committee on digital transformation and recommendations and major orientations for funding allocation in the next year.
The Ministry of Information and Communications shall assume the prime responsibility for organizing training courses for at least 10,000 digital transformation officers right in 2022 to address the urgent need for resources to develop e-Government, digital government, and promote digital transformation. . Promote bringing activities of people and businesses to the digital environment.
Promote the development and use of domestically produced digital technology products and services through the Make in Vietnam IT Products and Services Program, creating a market for Vietnamese digital technology businesses.
The Ministry of Information and Communications has piloted virtual assistants to serve civil servants and public employees; organize evaluation, draw experience, propose replication. Annually evaluate and rank the development level of e-Government, digital government and digital transformation at agencies and units. At the same time, standardize and restructure the business process to handle administrative procedures in the direction of digital technology application.