Following the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, chair of the National Committee on E-government, from 2021, a digital transformation ranking will be given to ministries and provinces each year. The PM has requested ministries, branches and local authorities to implement digital transformation plans integrated with other issues related to e-government, digital government, smart urban areas and digital economy. Ministries, branches and local authorities have also been asked to develop online activities, and apply IT in all aspects of socio-economic life after the Covid-19 pandemic ends. When the ‘new normal conditions’ are established, the operation of every agency and institution will run in a digital technology environment. In order to implement the plan on ranking ministries and provinces from 2021, the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has to design criteria for the ranking in 2020. MIC has been assigned to check and propose the establishment of more concentrated IT zones, and report to the PM for consideration. It also has the task of joining forces with MPI, MOIT and relevant ministries to build a plan on developing the digital economy in Vietnam by 2025, with a vision until 2030. MIC, MOET (Ministry of Education and Training), MOLISA (Ministry… Read full this story
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