At the conference, Major General Nguyen Hong Ky, Deputy Director of Hanoi Police said that, under the Project 06, up to now, the city has issued over 40 documents to ensure the effective implementation of the project.
In addition, 100% of People's Committees of districts, communes and villages, residential groups in the city have established Steering Committee No. 06 and Working Group No.06 (including 30 Steering Committees at district levels, 579 Steering Committees at commune level and 5,247 working groups in villages and residential groups in the city) to direct the implementation of specific tasks at the grassroots level.
The police as the core force in implementing the Project No.06 in Hanoi, has established working groups at all levels within its organization to work with other agencies.
From October 4, 2021 to March 14, 2022, the pilot electronic One-stop-shop system has received 466,772 applications, of which, 448,672 (reaching 96.1%) were processed. The highest number in one day reached 7,000 requests.
Standing Vice Chairman of the City People's Committee Le Hong Son
In addition, Hanoi has completed the implementation of 21 out of 25 public services in the online format with a total of over 500,000. In which, the most requested public services is related to the residential aspect of the locals with the total number of applications received and processed in the first 6 months of the year at over 100,000.
The remaining four include the Issuance of criminal record; registration of changes in land use rights and ownership of land-attached assets due to changes in information about the certificate holder; Connecting Birth Registration and Death Registration - Removal of permanent residence registration - Burial fee allowance.
In efforts to promote digital citizens, Hanoi has received and processed more than 2.3 million applications for electronic identification and more than 6 million data, of which, over 35,000 chip-based ID cards have been issued for students (born in 2004 and 2007) to sit for exams. Hanoi also reviewed and updated nearly 8 million citizen information (reaching 99.5%); signed and confirmed more than 13 million injections (reaching 74%), checked, verified, updated and supplemented information for more than 700,000 cases in the national population database, updated on the management platform National Covid-19 vaccination management.
As of June 30, 2022, the city has nearly 4.4 million people with health insurance cards with synchronized data, for which they are able to use the ID cards for medical examination and treatment; there are 447 medical examination and treatment facilities where ID cards are used covering medical examination and treatment instead of insurance card; the number of times of using ID cards for medical examination and treatment is 26,210.
Regarding the key tasks in the last 6 months of 2022, Major General Nguyen Hong Ky said that the Steering Committee of Project No.06 set out 7 tasks and 4 specific solutions. In particular, Hanoi will study and propose a plan to deploy electronic birth certificates, electronic notices, and electronic health certificates to serve the connection and simplification in the process of implementing essential public works connected with the national database on population; focusing and promoting communication, raising awareness about the purpose, meaning and benefits of the Project No.06 to the public; mobilize youth union members, cadres and civil servants to be disseminators in mobilizing, guiding people, organizing participation in administrative procedures and public services, connecting and sharing with the national database on people resident.
Standing Vice Chairman of the City People's Committee Le Hong Son - Standing Deputy Head of the Steering Committee for Project No.06 of Hanoi said the project not only stops at 25 essential online services but also have 4 big goals to aim for: Digital government, digital citizenship, digital government, digital society.
“The 25 essential online public services are aimed at creating a breakthrough for the whole big project. Hanoi currently has more than 1,800 public services and the city is aiming at providing 90-95% of them online, reducing travel time, costs and offer many more utilities for people,"- said Son.
In addition, Son also requested the Department of Information and Communications to accelerate the progress of combining online public services with digital transformation, and promote the use of these services to the people.