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Saturday, October 20, 2018
Tags: e-government
Vietnam speeds up toward digital government and digital economy Vietnam speeds up toward digital government and digital economy
Building e-government and then developing digital government and digital economy constitute a great policy that needs to be accelerated in the coming time, Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung highlighted in a recent article.
Toward a more effective financial disclosure system in Vietnam: a discussion on the draft revised Law on Anti-Corruption Toward a more effective financial disclosure system in Vietnam: a discussion on the draft revised Law on Anti-Corruption
While an effective financial disclosure system requiring politicians and public officials to report on their assets and incomes can help detect and prevent corrupt practices, it can also help build public confidence and trust in the integrity of politicians and the public service.
E-government to be better protected E-government to be better protected
In order to early detect and promptly prevent cyber-attacks against the e-government information system, the Prime Minister has recently approved the Scheme on monitoring of cyber security of information technology systems and services supporting the e-government operations through 2020, with orientations toward 2025.
Legal reform needed for streamlining the state apparatus Legal reform needed for streamlining the state apparatus
Vietnam Law and Legal Forum would like to introduce the article by the NA Chairman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan which suggests specific solutions for improving the legal system on the organization of the state apparatus in the spirit of Resolution No. 18-NQ/TW on continued renovation and rearrangement of the apparatus of the political system and Resolution No. 19-NQ/TW on continued renovation of the organizational system and improvement of the quality and efficiency of public non-business units.
Governance weaker than public service delivery: The 2017 PAPI shows Governance weaker than public service delivery: The 2017 PAPI shows
Nine years after the first pilot and seven years after the first nationwide implementation, PAPI has become an increasingly reliable and trusted source of data on how well local governments in Vietnam perform in the eyes of citizens.
Vietnam Australia elevate ties to strategic partnership Vietnam, Australia elevate ties to strategic partnership
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull on March 15 signed a joint statement on the establishment of the Vietnam-Australia Strategic Partnership following their talks in Canberra, Australia, as part of the Vietnamese premier’s official visit.
Five thousand administrative procedures cut since 2017 Five thousand administrative procedures cut since 2017
Since the beginning of 2017, 5,000 administrative procedures and 24 conditional business lines have been trimmed, with another 3,000 business conditions on the chopping block, the Vietnamese Government said recently.
Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam
The country’s transition of the civil service from a career-based to a working position-based model is a revolutionary reform facing numerous challenges. In this transition, improving the quality of cadres and civil servants so that they have all the qualities and capabilities required by an advanced, professional and modern civil service is an extremely important task.
Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus
The 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam on October 25 issued Resolution 18 setting specific targets for further renovating and restructuring the apparatus of the political system. Following are principal contents of the Resolution.
National Assembly adopts key national policies National Assembly adopts key national policies
The National Assembly passed six laws that would influence national development in different fields, said NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan at the closing meeting of the NA’s fourth session that concluded on November 24 after 26 working days.

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