Tien Giang (VNA) – The Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang is making efforts to speed up administrative reform, which has so far proven effective in boosting its socio-economic development.
The comment was made at an online conference reviewing the intensification of administrative reform and the application of information technology (IT) in Tien Giang's State offices during 2020, which was chaired by Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Vinh on March 4.
According to assessments from the committee, administrative reform has been carried out effectively by all local departments and sectors, and administrative discipline gradually put in order.
The province has focused on building e-government and posted positive results.
2020 was the fourth year Tien Giang implemented the "Application of information technology in State offices" emulation movement. All local offices have used software to receive and handle documents, and applied the province's "single window" software to receive, handle, and return documents.
Vinh asked leaders of units and localities to continue stepping up administrative reform and IT application at State offices, as such reform is a key task set out in the resolution from the provincial Party Committee's 11th Congress.
To make activities effective, heads of offices and units should raise their sense of responsibility and improve workplace culture to create a civilised environment, he stressed./.
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