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Vietnam targets to complete e-Government platform

11/03/2019 09:18 AM Font weight
(Mic.gov.vn) - 

 The Government has issued Resolution No. 17/NQ-CP on a number of key tasks and solutions to develop the e-government during 2019-2020, with orientations towards 2025.


 

 
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The Government targets to raise the ranking of Vietnamese e-government according to the UN assessment from 10 to 15 levels by 2020. (Photo for illustration)
 
The resolution aims to raise the ranking of the Vietnamese e-government according to the United Nations assessment from 10 to 15 levels by 2020, bringing Vietnam into the group of four leading ASEAN countries in the UN e-government rankings by 2025.
 
During 2019-2020, it targets to urgently develop the axis for integrating national documents using advanced global technologies to form a foundation for integrating and sharing data among information systems and databases, as well as laying the foundation for integrating and sharing national data, with the first step being sending and receiving e-documents according to the roadmap stipulated in Decision No. 28/2018/QĐ-TTg dated July 12, 2018 by the Prime Minister.
 
The document also set the goal to have 20% of the residents and businesses participating in e-government system authenticated and unified electronically on all information systems of the authorities from the central to local levels.
 
Another goal is the rate of online settlement dossiers on the total number of dossiers for handling administrative procedures of each ministry, sector or locality reaching over 20%, while integrating 30% of online public services at level 3 and 4 of ministries, sectors and localities with the national public service portal, in addition to 100% of dossiers of administrative procedures processed through the e-single window system at the ministerial and provincial levels.
 
At least 30% of online public services implemented at level 4, 50% of the ministerial and provincial public service ports provide interfaces for mobile devices, 100% of public services integrated with Q&A service for people and businesses and 50% of State agencies publicise the satisfaction level when using online public services.

Nhan Dan

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