A new point in the E-Government Architecture of the Ministry of Transport (MOT) version 2.0 is the addition of digital transformation content, ensuring that the architecture is in line with revolutionary trend 4.0 and the Transformation Program. country number.
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The Architecture of E-Government Ministry of Transport (MOT) version 2.0 has just been released. The purpose is to define the master plan on IT application of the Ministry of Transport, including components and the relationship between components, linking IT application with professional activities.
At the same time, update and upgrade the component items in the architecture version 1.0 to suit the general direction of the Government in building an e-Government according to the Government’s Resolution 17/2019 and orientations. Digital Government under the National Digital Transformation Program; in line with the general trend of technical and technological development in the world.
|E-Government Architecture of the Ministry of Transport version 2.0 aims to effectively provide public services to people and businesses with the motto “consider the people and businesses as the center” (Photo: Thuy Dung).|
The promulgation of architecture version 2.0 aims to enhance the ability to connect, share data, and share IT resources in the units directly under the Ministry of Transport, between the Ministry of Transport and the Government, ministries, branches, and agencies. other organizations nationwide; aim to save costs and time in the internal operations of agencies and units in the Ministry of Transport and provide efficient public services, transport sector integration services for people, businesses with the acupuncture “Consider people and businesses as the center”.
The new architecture also aims to enhance the ability to monitor and evaluate the efficiency of the investment in IT application by the Ministry of Transport in accordance with the approved roadmap, towards the synchronous e-Government implementation; avoid duplicated investment, spreading short-term efficiency; enhance the ability to standardize and ensure information security in e-Government implementation of the Ministry of Transport.
Being the unit assigned by the leader of the Ministry of Transport to directly build the draft E-Government Architecture of the Ministry of Transport version 2.0, the IT Center – the Ministry of Transport over the past 3 months has built and updated the content of the new architecture. according to the form of outlines of guidance of the Ministry of Information and Communications.
|Data architecture model 2.0 of the transportation industry (Photo: Thuy Dung)|
According to the representative of the IT Center, compared with version 1.0, the E-Government Architecture of the Ministry of Transport version 2.0 has some new points.
Specifically, the new version of the architecture has added the content of digital transformation, regulating the investment in modernizing the IT application in the management and administration of the transport industry in line with the digital transformation trend of the Government. and building a digital economy in the period 2020-2025, with a vision to 2030, such as adding applications to serve the digital government; digital transformation for the transportation sector (direction, administration, public services, electronic one-stop shop, open data portal …); digital transformation in logistics …
The goal is that by 2030, the management and administration activities in the state agencies of the transport industry will be comprehensively digitally transformed to be able to operate mainly in the online environment.
In addition, the E-Government Architecture of the Ministry of Transport version 2.0 also adds new component architectures for information security, professional architecture.
Information security is a cross-cutting element in all components of the architecture, including: device safety protection, network safety, system safety, IT application safety, data safety, and management. management and supervision. “These contents are deployed synchronously at all levels to meet the actual needs and technology development trends”, the representative of IT Center said.
Architectural profession includes 3 professional areas: professional profession, professional administrative management and operations directing and operating the transport industry. In particular, compared to architecture 1.0, the executive direction profession is classified into a separate group of operations, shown in the current context, this is an important requirement that needs to be strengthened and improved throughout China. local level through IT application.
In addition, compared to architecture 1.0, the e-Government architecture of the Ministry of Transport version 2.0 also has some other new points such as: adjustment and addition of some data architecture content (version 1.0 is the common architecture believe); adjust and supplement some contents of technical infrastructure architecture, technology (version 1.0 is information infrastructure architecture).
Including 6 component architectures, namely general architecture, professional architecture, data architecture, application architecture, infrastructure architecture, engineering – technology and information security architecture, electricity government architecture version 2.0 of the Ministry of Transport is the basis and foundation for implementing a comprehensive digital transformation of the Ministry of Transport, towards the digital government and the digital economy. This is also the basis for determining the IT components and systems to be developed and the roadmap and responsibility for implementing e-government at the Ministry of Transport; propose and deploy tasks of IT application of the Ministry of Transport in the short and medium term.
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