Gov't approves national data strategy towards 2030

February 19, 2024 | 09:30 am GMT+7

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang has approved national data strategy, figuring out targets for the development of data infrastructure, e-government, digital economy, digital society, and cybersecurity by the end of this decade.

Gov't approves national data strategy towards 2030- Ảnh 1.

Under the stategy, Viet Nam targets to have 100 per cent of national data centers, regional data centers and national centers for large data storage and high performance computing across the country guaranteed to connect successfully.

They are expected to create a network to share computing capacity and large data processing to serve the country's socio-economic and cultural development.

Government cloud computing platforms and Make in Viet Nam mobile application platforms will be ready to fully meet the needs of Viet Nam's data storage, collection, connection and sharing demands, according to the strategy.

The Government aims to digitalize 100 per cent of national data base, serving as a foundation for the development of e-Government and connecting with general data at the National Data Center and nationwide.

All ministerial and provincial-level State agencies shall provide open data for administration activities, disseminating policies of State agencies and serving the development of artificial intelligence applications.

The Government also targets that at least 80 per cent of administrative procedure data are expected to be reused and shared, ensuring that people and businesses only have to provide information one time when using online public services or performing administrative procedures.

Digitalization will be promoted in land data, tracing origin of One Commune-One Product (OCOP) products sold on online platforms, logistics, electricity consumption, among others.

By 2030, 90 per cent of cultural heritages, national relics, and special national relics in Viet Nam will go digital by forming digital libraries and digital heritages. All domestic tourist attractions must also follow the digitalisation trend.

Agencies will complete 100 per cent of social insurance database for employees while providing open data on labour market, recruitment demands with required skills updated, serving as a foundation for accurate prediction for labour supply and demand.

In 2023, Viet Nam ranked 39th globally in AI readiness, demonstrating significant progress. With its ambitious National Data Strategy, Viet Nam is poised to reshape its administrative landscape, foster technological innovation, and contribute significantly to the global AI community./.