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Sharing and spreading Vietnam’s digital transformation stories


Portal T63 – Digital stories of 63 provinces and cities has just been launched by the Ministry of Information and Communications at the address T63.mic.gov.vn. This is a place for localities to share lessons learned and spread good practices in the digital transformation process.

9 good experiences and lessons of localities

On the afternoon of January 13, the Ministry of Information and Communications held an online conference to share and disseminate digital transformation experiences, which were connected to 63 Departments of Information and Communications throughout the country.

This is an opportunity for representatives of 63 Departments of Information and Communications of provinces and cities to sit together to share stories, ideas, lessons, best practices and experiences in digital transformation and digital technology application in prevention and control. Covid-19 epidemic in Vietnam.

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung chaired a conference to share and disseminate digital transformation experiences.

At the conference, leaders of the Departments of Information and Communications Thai Nguyen, Ho Chi Minh City, Thua Thien Hue, Bac Giang, Ba Ria – Vung Tau, Lang Son, Thai Binh, Binh Duong and Da Nang shared experiences and lessons. learn well about digital transformation in 3 groups of topics: Digital Government, Digital Economy and Digital Society, such as: Deploying and applying the Party Member Handbook platform; Provincial digital transformation model in Lang Son; Deploying the Covid-19 and PC-Covid Safety information system for safe, flexible adaptation and effective control of the epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City; AI switchboard solution to advise and support F0 care at home; Application to issue a QR Code road permit for epidemic prevention and control in Da Nang city…

Sharing and spreading Vietnam's digital transformation stories
Conference participants emphasized the role of digital technology and the information and communication industry in the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic and the recovery of socio-economic development.

Talking at the conference, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung said that in 2020, the Prime Minister has issued the National Digital Transformation Program. 2021 is the year the whole country kicks off digital transformation in a very special context: the Covid-19 pandemic. Disseminating and sharing digital transformation stories will help us learn from each other and do better in 2022.

“Digital transformation is the story of 63 localities, of more than 700 districts and the story of more than 11,000 communes because these are the levels of government closest to the people, feeling the changes brought by digital transformation. The stories shared by representatives of the Departments of Information and Communications are just small steps to start the strong digital transformation process in the coming time,” said the Deputy Minister.

Building a repository of Vietnamese digital transformation stories

With the view “Success comes from sharing”, leaders of the Ministry of Information and Communications assigned the Department of International Cooperation to preside over the construction of the T63 Portal – Digital stories of 63 provinces and cities at T63.mic.gov. VN.

At this portal, provinces and cities are now able to post their own stories on topics about digital government, digital economy, digital society, Covid-19, digital technology, with Articles must not exceed 1,000 words and clips must not exceed 12 minutes.

Sharing and spreading Vietnam's digital transformation stories
In the past few days alone, 18 stories have been shared by localities on the T63 Portal.

Talking about the decision to assign the Department of International Cooperation to chair this task, Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung said that digital transformation needs to learn and share experiences both domestically and internationally. Through international cooperation activities, the Department of International Cooperation will bring the success stories of other countries to Vietnam, and vice versa, also spread the success story of Vietnam to the world, thereby contributing to the improvement of Vietnam’s economy. improve the country’s capacity and ranking position.

“This is just a small start, but the beginning of a long journey and the beginning of a big dream. Over the years, we still use foreign success stories. With the launch of this story, we want each of us to be emotional and proud to tell our own success stories.”, Deputy Minister shared.

The Deputy Minister also hopes that in the coming time, localities will have more stories and lessons learned on issues that are still missing at this conference such as: Digital transformation of People’s Councils at all levels; Digital skills training success stories; Tools and platforms for local digital transformation; or successful lessons in using data to make decisions…

The representative of the Ministry of Information and Communications requested the Department of International Cooperation and the Department of Informatization to complete the website T63.mic.gov.vn to make it more convenient for users to send, share and spread original stories on the site. ; so that when you want to share, people just need 1 click to share their story on many social networking platforms. This will also be a repository of original stories for central and local media agencies to exploit and build reports and infographics to contribute to spreading and sharing widely.

Training on digital transformation for 10,000 officials and civil servants in 2022

At the conference, representatives of the Departments of Information and Communications also discussed solutions to promote the sharing and dissemination of experiences on digital transformation in the coming time. Leaders of the Departments of Information and Communications are committed to continuing to share digital transformation experiences in their localities and are ready to transfer successful lessons to other localities.

Emphasizing that sharing and exchanging experiences is important and needs to be done regularly and continuously, Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung directed the organization of a conference to share and disseminate successful digital transformation stories of digital transformation companies. local with the period of 6 months / time.

Sharing and spreading Vietnam's digital transformation stories
Deputy Director of the Department of Informatization Tran Thi Quoc Hien informed about the training program on digital transformation for 10,000 officials, civil servants and public employees.

Within the framework of the conference, the representative of the Department of Informatization, Ministry of Information and Communications introduced the training program on digital transformation for 10,000 cadres, civil servants and public employees in state agencies and in communication agencies. press, press. The time to implement training for subjects under the Program will start from March 2022, focusing on 4 main contents: Raising general awareness about digital transformation; Digital Government; Digital economy; Digital society.

“The Department of Informatization has determined this to be one of the main key tasks of the Department in 2022 and is of great significance, requiring the coordination and active participation of relevant agencies, in the process. That has a great role from the localities to help organize the successful implementation of the training program.”Ms. Tran Thi Quoc Hien emphasized.

The representative of the Ministry of Information and Communications expressed his hope that the training program on digital transformation of the provinces will be linked with the training program that is about to be deployed by the Ministry to create synergies from the central to the local.

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