Hanoi moves ahead with e-government building

08-Aug-2019 Intellasia | Hanoi Times | 6:02 AM Print This Post

The biggest breakthrough in administrative reform in Hanoi city over the past time is IT application in facilitating administrative formalities.

The Hanoi Department of Planning and Investment has recently launched the model of “paperless electronic agency”, becoming the pioneer in implementing the model and making a step forward in building e-government in the capital of Vietnam.

Perceptible efficiency in serving people and businesses

The workflow management software implemented at the Hanoi Department of Planning and Investment integrates 10 tools, including electronic signatures of leaders and electronic documents sending.

According to director of the Department of Planning and Investment Nguyen Manh Quyen, the software helps handling the work among departments in a close, quick and convenient manner.

Besides, in 2019, many objectives to realise the e-government model, promote investment in technical infrastructure and application of information technology (IT) in state agencies are also being actively implemented by the city’s government and subordinate units, achieving positive results.

The biggest breakthrough in administrative reform in Hanoi city over the past time is IT application in facilitating administrative formalities.

Up to now, Hanoi’s citizens have been acquainted with the electronic one-stop system connecting three administrative levels (city, districts and wards) and felt easy realising administrative formalities over the network.

In particular, the rate of online business registration, online investment licensing, online tax declaration reached 100 percent, 73 percent, 98.4 percent respectively, electronic tax payment accounted for 94.6 percent (equal to 20.2 percent of the whole country).

Accelerating managing workflow online

IT application in direction and administration has brought Hanoi city positive effects. The capital’s authority is handling administrative formalities on shared one-stop software.

In realising the direction of centralised management and administration, Hanoi’s authority has installed camera surveillance systems to ensure traffic order and security in the city.

IT has also been aggressively applied in environmental sanitation. Hanoi has installed the monitoring system of qualities of air and water and rainfall, among others, and made public those data on the city’s portal.

Notably, Hanoi civil servants received training online. Statistics show that Hanoi has organised 647 training courses for 17,800 civil servants and officials on IT skill standard.

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