E-Government building is one of VN’s top priorities
22/04/2019 09:40 AM
Viet Nam has defined e-Government building as one of the top priorities until 2020, according to Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung.
Minister Dung stressed the point in his remarks at GovTech session held recently on the occasion of the 2019 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group. According to Minister Dung, Viet Nam started e-Government development in 2000 with initial outcomes.
Viet Nam ranked 88th out of 193 countries and territories in the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018, and 6th in ASEAN. However, the position remains modest in the region and the world, Dung said.
In the context of the fourth industrial revolution, the Vietnamese Government has considered e-government building to create a solid foundation for the total digital transformation in the 2021-2030 period.
However, Viet Nam is facing certain barriers, including the lack of important legal regulations for database connectivity and sharing among State agencies, electronic authentication, online administrative procedures, and protection of personnel database.
Regarding technical infrastructure, Viet Nam’s e-government architectural framework has yet matched with international standards and practices.
In addition, heads of ministries, agencies and localities in e-government development have not made great endeavors in e-government building, Dung said.
In a bid to accelerate e-government development, the Vietnamese Government established a national committee for e-government led by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc since August 2018.
On March 12, 2019, the Government also launched the national e-document exchange platform and planned to inaugurate the national online public service portal in November this year./.
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