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Official Gazette

Thursday, August 6, 2020
Tags: e-government
Program on national digital transformation approved Program on national digital transformation approved
The Prime Minister on June 3 signed Decision 749/QD-TTg to approve the national program on digital transformation until 2025, with a vision toward 2030, aiming to make Vietnam among the world’s top 50 countries in terms of the E-Government Development Index (EGDI).
The Governments e-notary service to be launched in July The Government’s e-notary service to be launched in July
The national public service portal will launch its e-notary service on July 1, minister and head of the Government Office, Mai Tien Dung, said at a recent meeting with agencies to prepare for the roll-out of the service designed to certify electronically copies of original documents.
Poverty economic growth and environment as top concerns for citizens in 2019 even before the arrival of Covid-19 pandemic Poverty, economic growth and environment as top concerns for citizens in 2019, even before the arrival of Covid-19 pandemic
The 2019 Vietnam Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report, released on April 28, 2020, reveals that even before Vietnam became affected by Covid-19, poverty, economic growth and the environment were top concerns of citizens in the country.
NA discusses managing citizen residency via ID numbers NA discusses managing citizen residency via ID numbers
Members of the National Assembly Committee of Legal Affairs on May 12 agreed to a new identification system to replace household residency books.
Poverty economic growth and environment as top concerns for citizens: 2019 PAPI report Poverty, economic growth and environment as top concerns for citizens: 2019 PAPI report
Even before Vietnam became affected by COVID-19 pandemic, poverty, economic growth and environmental issues were top concerns of citizens, according to the 2019 Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) report released on April 28 in Hanoi.
MIT proposes using e-authentication in e-administrative transactions MIT proposes using e-authentication in e-administrative transactions
E-identity and e-authentication would be used in online public administrative services provided by state agencies for organizations and individuals based on the user-centered principle and the sharing of identification information among various systems.
MoIT makes all public administrative services online MoIT makes all public administrative services online
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has made all of its 292 public administrative services online, 166 of which are level-3 and -4 services while the remainders are level-2, according to the ministry’s Vietnam e-Commerce and Digital Economy Agency.
Requirements for the public administration in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Requirements for the public administration in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) affects many areas of social life, including public administration. It can govern, change the content of requirements and principles of public administration and also impose some completely new requirements and principles. It is, therefore, necessary to fully identify the requirements of public administration in the context of the 4IR for determining appropriate standards and solutions to ensure that the public administration is operated and developed for the target of national development.
Government determines to substantially improve business environment Government determines to substantially improve business environment
In the coming time, Vietnam’s investment and business environment will be substantially improved in a bid to further raise the country’s competitiveness, according to Government Resolution 02 inked by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on the first day of 2020.
Prime Minister requires further expansion of social insurance coverage Prime Minister requires further expansion of social insurance coverage
Vietnam has basically achieved the target of health insurance for all, but it still needs to further expand the coverage of social insurance, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

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