As many as 60 percent of official documents and materials exchanged between state agencies will be in electronic format by 2015, according to an instruction issued by the Prime Minister on May 23.
All ministries, relevant agencies under the government, and the people’s committees of provinces and cities nationwide have been asked to use email to exchange documents such as invitations, reports, announcements, and other official papers.
The PM also asked for the digitalization of archived documents and materials to help civil servants search for and deal with information via the net.
Information portals of the government and other units will be utilized to publish law documents and other official papers with the aim of reducing the use of hard copies.
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