Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung, Vice Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy and city’s senior officials attended at Hanoi’s venue.
According to Minister and Head of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung, there are progresses in the implementation of e-government, especially in improving awareness of e-government and implementation towards e-government, digital economy and digital society, thus ensuring the connection between IT application and administration reform with people and enterprises as focal point.
The establishment of National Committee for e-Government and Steering Committees for Building e-Government in ministries, agencies and localities is highly appreciated by international organizations and experts.
Thanks to drastic effort of the Government, PM, National Committee for e-Government, ministries, agencies and localities to implement Resolution 17/NQ-CP and mobilize participation of the private sector as well as support of international and Vietnamese experts, significant progresses have been made after three months, such as gradually perfecting legal framework of building e-government; solving problems of investment and IT service rental mechanism; quickly studying and developing important information systems.
In order to boost the implementation of e-government, experts suggests that PM and Chairman of the Committee shall urge localities, ministries and agencies to mobilize resources for e-government building according to the Government’s and the PM’s instructions; use personal e-signature; consolidate technical infrastructure, completebuilding software of document management and operation, and integrate the e-signing solution of Viet Nam Office of Government Cryptolog properly and legally; apply e-signing for all e-documents on National e-Document Exchange Platform, except for confidential documents; increase training for officers, especially the ones in charge of clerical and archive duties; offer online public services at stage 3 and stage 4 according to the list approved by the PM.
According to to Vice Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy, over the past years, Hanoi has given instruction to enhance the application and development of IT, aiming to build a smart city sustainably according to project approved by the PM.
The city is maintaining Hanoi Database Center with modern technology of international standard. IT infrastructure is set up comprehensively and connected among three levels, meeting demand of working in Internet, providing online public services and online conference to communes, wards and townships.
Three of six major information and database systems have been built, including systems of enterprise management, insurances and population. The system of land database is expected to be completed by the end of 2019. Specific database is set up in the fields of education, medical, transportation, construction and inspection.
Furthermore, Hanoi is prepared to establish Center for traffic monitoring, administration and crime prevention; its operation is based on surveillance cameras.
The city is maintaining document management system to ensure National e-Document Exchange Platform, and applies e-document with digital signature, striving for paperless office work.
All data of enterprise registration at Authority of Plan and Investment is digitalized; online public service portal, online public services and shared electronic One Stop Shop system of Hanoi is put into operation in departments, agencies and localities, and connected with specific database. 1,321 among 1,796 online public services are provided at stages 3 and 4; 1.6 million electronic dossiers are processed by the system.
Inter-level services of birth registration, permanent residence registration and health insurance for children under 6 are implemented efficiently andsaved around VND 5.6 billion in 2018.
Online business registration rate reaches 100%, online investment licensing rate is 73%, and online tax payment rate 94.6%. Electronic receipt is launched in processing public services.
IPARKING, a mobile parking search and payment app, is piloted successfully. Other apps are being piloted to provide information on monitoring air environment, water quality in West Lake, rainfall and flooding, and check origin of agricultural products with QR code.
In the near future, Hanoi will focus on building and updating e-government architecture of Hanoi in accordance with Viet Nam e-government architecture framework, complete remaining three major information and database systems (land, finance and general statistics on population).
The city will strive to improve and apply document management system further, launch inter-level operation system with e-signature, and connect with National e-Document Exchange Platform;
complete, extend and exploit public service portal and shared electronic One Stop Shop of Hanoi, as well as online public services at stages 3 and 4 with e-signature; integrate specialized database and share data with National Public Service Portal; improve popularization, and support people when using online public services.
Ngo Van Quy urged city’s bodies to act as advisors to the Government to create legal corridor for building e-government, speed up progress of building database as basis for e-government, and release standards of database sharing and integration.