Hanoi discusses progress on digital transformation (21:23 01/03/2023)

HNP - The Hanoi People's Committee held a conference on February 28 to evaluate the progress made in implementing Project 06/Government, which aims to build a smart city in Hanoi by 2025, with a vision for 2030, in line with the directives of the Prime Minister's Directive No. 05 and Resolution No.18-NQ/TU on digital transformation.  

The online conference was attended by representatives from 30 districts, towns, and 579 communes, wards, and townships.

Major General Nguyen Hong Ky, the Deputy Director of the Hanoi Police, reported on the progress of implementing Project 06 in 2022. He stated that after one year of implementation, all People's Committees at the district and commune levels, as well as residential groups, have established Steering Committee and Working Group to oversee the implementation of Project 06.

The city now has a total of 5,859 Steering Committees and Working Groups that direct the implementation of Project 06 at the grassroots level. The police force has established working group at all levels to advise the Steering Committees of the People's Committees on specific tasks related to Project 06.

The Working Groups 06 in villages, hamlets, and residential quarters have been actively involved in communication, advocacy, and citizen guidance.

The Deputy Director of the Hanoi City Police provided an update on the implementation of Project 06, particularly with regards to the List of 25 essential public services. By December 30, 2022, the city had successfully implemented all 25 essential public services according to the timeline established in Project 06, achieving 100% completion. Of these, three were integrated into the City online public services portal (Birth Registration, Marriage Registration, and Death Registration), while the remaining 22 were integrated into the national public services portal, as well as the portals of various ministries and sectors, and were approved by the Ministry of Finance.

Citizens in the capital area now have access to all 25 essential public services, which are integrated into the national online public services portal, the city’s online public services portal, and the Ministry's online public services portal.

Lieutenant General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security, expressed his impression of the conference being held online down to communes and wards, with over 30,000 officials attending, which shows Hanoi's serious determination towards implementing the government's Project 06. He also mentioned that during a business trip to three European countries in November 2022 with the Prime Minister, Standing Vice Chairman of the City People's Committee Le Hong Son learned the importance of building people's trust in order to successfully implement the project.

According to Deputy Minister of Public Security Nguyen Duy Ngoc, the Prime Minister has commended Hanoi for its proactive approach, determination, and collaboration with various ministries and sectors in implementing Project 06. The city has invested in infrastructure and data connectivity, and has been actively providing online public services for the benefit of its citizens.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc also spoke highly of the discussions held at the grassroots level in Hanoi. He noted that the participants were well-informed and had specific and clear suggestions, showing their deep understanding of technical terms. The Working Group will receive and report the findings to Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha, who will then discuss with the relevant ministries and provide specific answers to each issue.

By Hai Nam

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