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The Ministry of Information and Communications mobilizes, appoints and re-appoints staff from 3 units


The Ministry of Information and Communications has just announced and awarded the decision to transfer, appoint and re-appoint with 5 leading officials of the units under the Ministry, namely the Department of Information Technology, the National Center for Electronic Authentication and the Public College. Industry Print.

On April 6, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung chaired a conference to implement decisions on the staff work of three units under the Ministry, namely the Department of Information Technology, the National Center for Electronic Authentication (NEAC). and Print Industry College.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung believes that the cadres who are transferred, re-appointed and re-appointed this time will fulfill their tasks well, with the Ministry of Information and Communications in leading the country’s digital transformation.

Specifically, according to Decision 328 dated March 19, 2021 of the Minister of Information and Communications, Mr. Tran Van Son was re-appointed as the Rector of the College of Printing Industry, Ministry of Information and Communications.

In Decisions 362 and 363 issued on March 25, the Minister of Information and Communications decided to re-appoint two deputy directors of the Department of Computerization, namely Nguyen Huu Hanh and Nguyen Phu Tien.

Also signed and issued on March 25, Decision 364 of the Minister of Information and Communications re-appointed Mr. Pham Quang Hieu as Deputy Director of the National Center for Electronic Authentication for a definite time.

Along with the decisions to re-appoint the staff, the Minister of Information and Communications issued a decision to transfer and appoint Ms. Tran Thi Quoc Hien, Deputy Director of the Department of Grassroots Information to hold the position of Deputy Director of Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Information and Communications. TT&TT. The decision to transfer and appoint Ms. Hien takes effect from March 19, 2021.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung handed the decision of the Minister of Information and Communications to mobilize, appoint and re-appoint officials.

Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung congratulated the 4 officers who were trusted by the Ministry’s Personnel Board, the Ministry’s Leadership Board and Deputy Director of the Department of Grassroots Information Tran Thi Quoc Hien was transferred and appointed as Deputy Director of Department of Computerization.

Emphasizing the requirements of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Information and Communications for the leaders of agencies and units in the new term is very great, the Deputy Minister wishes and believes that cadres are transferred and appointed. and this reappointment will fulfill its tasks, with the Ministry of Information and Communications in leading the country’s digital transformation, especially in 2021 – the year when we step up action on digital transformation.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung also noted the development direction and requirements of the Party’s Civil Affairs Committee for each officer who is transferred, reappointed and re-appointed of the units.

With Ms. Tran Thi Quoc Hien being transferred and appointed to the position of Deputy Director of the Department of Informatics, the Board of Directors of the Department of Computerization currently has 1 Deputy Director in charge, Mr. Do Cong Anh and 4 Deputy Directors, including Mr. Nguyen Trong Duong, Nguyen Phu Tien, Nguyen Huu Hanh and Tran Thi Quoc Hien.

Ms. Tran Thi Quoc Hien was born in 1979, graduated with a Bachelor of Foreign Trade from Foreign Trade University, had 9 years working at Vietnam Television Station (VTV), 6 years working at the Office of Ministry of Information and Communications, 5 year as the leader at the Department level, Department level and equivalent, as the Deputy Chief of the Office of the Ministry of Information and Communications before being assigned to be the Deputy Director of the Department of Information.

The new Deputy Director of the Department of Informatics Tran Thi Quoc Hien will be assigned to be in charge of propaganda about digital transformation and some digital transformation fields of the Department of Computerization. Ms. Hien is also assigned to directly advise and advise the leaders of the Ministry of Information and Communications on the general propaganda of units in the Digital Technology sector.

According to Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung, although the Department of Informatics does not lack leadership staff, the Party Committee of the Ministry of Information and Communications is still looking for new personnel because the Department of Information Technology needs to innovate strongly in thinking, how to make, organize the apparatus. Therefore, the transfer and appointment of comrade Tran Thi Quoc Hien reflected the change in the leadership of the Department of Computerization. At this point, the Department of Informatics, from leaders of the Department to departments, will have to continue to have a change to meet job requirements ”, Deputy Minister said.

Emphasizing that the Department of Information Technology is taking on a huge responsibility of the country, the Ministry of Information and Communications is digital transformation, the Deputy Minister also pointed out: “Digital transformation is new, requires a new way of thinking and doing. And so, new people are needed.

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