The event saw the attendance of the Party Central Committee (PCC)’s members: Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam; Minister, Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tien Dung; Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung.
Leaders of Hanoi attending the meeting were PCC’s member, Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung, Vice Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy, and some heads of the city’s entities.
Over the past year, 100% of ministries, ministerial-level agencies and localities have rolled out the building of e-government that will contribute to improving the efficiency of state agencies in serving local people and businesses.
Giving a report on realizing Resolution No. 17/NQ-CP dated March 7, 2019 of the Government on major missions and solutions for e-government development for the period of 2019-2020, with a vision to 2025, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said the rate of online public services provided at stage 4 increased from 4.5% to over 10%.
100% of ministries, ministerial-level agencies and localities have connected with the National E-Document Exchange Platform, he said, adding that 86.5% of e-documents have been exchanged online.
However, the minister also pointed out some shortcomings and problems during the implementation of e-government development.
Regarding key missions and solutions for to e-government development for the period of 2019-2020 with a vision to 2025, Hung underlined the need to perfect the institutions on building e-government.
In addition, all ministries, ministerial-level agencies and localities must set up platforms for data sharing which are connected with the national platform so as to complete e-government system, he noted.
The minister also urged the building of the National e-Government Monitoring Center and the application of the 5G mobile technology, helping people and enterprises access to all e-Government services via a single application.
Hanoi’s leaders attend the meeting.
According to Minister, Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tien Dung, over the past year, the development of the e-government and the administrative reform has gained positive results in all aspects.
So far, 55 out of 63 provincial-level localities have set up public administrative service centers. 95.8% of procedures have been settled on schedule and 3,451 of the 6,191 business conditions have been eliminated.
Meanwhile, 6,776 out of 9,926 lines of business subject to specialized inspection, and 30 of the 120 administrative procedures related to specialized inspection, have been removed, saving more than VND6.3 trillion per year.
Notably, the Government Office in collaboration ministries, agencies and localities has strengthened the implementation of the National Public Service Portal, the National E-Document Exchange Platform and the information system serving the meetings and handling the Government's affairs (e-Cabinet) and made positive changes.
Since its launching on December 9, 2019, as many as 47,377 accounts from individuals and enterprises have registered on the National Public Service Portal. Nine out of 22 ministry and all 63/63 provinces and cities have integrated their public services to the portal.
Speaking at the meeting, PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc acknowledged and praised efforts of ministries, sectors and localities in building e-government over the past year, making significant contribution to socio-economic development.
He asked ministries, sectors and localities to identify and tackle existing limitations in the time ahead.
Regarding some key missions in 2020, the PM asked for a concrete roadmap to build a strategy on e-government development.
The Government leader also assigned the Ministry of Information and Communications to thoroughly study the building of the National e-Government Monitoring Center and pay special attention to training IT staff.