administrative reform

Latest News about administrative reform

Number of civil servants to increase by over 7,000 in 2022icon
POLITICS24/09/20210

Number of civil servants to increase by over 7,000 in 2022

The total number of civil servants who are paid by the state budget in 2022 will be 256,685, an increase of 7,035 people compared to 2021.

 
Vietnam needs to cure ‘stagnation disease’ to 'take off'icon

Vietnam needs to cure ‘stagnation disease’ to 'take off'

FEATURE
11/07/2021

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, after taking office, has been paying high attention to fostering the public apparatus’ proper implementation of their functions and tasks, especially the fulfillment of the great responsibilities assigned to them.

Minister of Home Affairs: state apparatus is too cumbersomeicon

Minister of Home Affairs: state apparatus is too cumbersome

FEATURE
06/07/2021

Minister of Home Affairs Pham Thi Thanh Tra says that the state apparatus is overly cumbersome with too many levels of hierarchy and an overlapping structure in ministries and ministerial-level agencies.

Vietnam kicks off online residence registrationicon

Vietnam kicks off online residence registration

SOCIETY
02/07/2021

It aims to ease the administrative burden in the country.

The 'pain' of administrative proceduresicon

The 'pain' of administrative procedures

FEATURE
21/06/2021

If public agencies consider the work of people and businesses as their own, the number of complaints about administrative procedures will decrease.

Reform of Government apparatusicon

Reform of Government apparatus

FEATURE
21/06/2021

The Ministry of Home Affairs has proposed reducing the number of ministries and ministerial-level agencies from 22 at present to 16-18 by 2030; and to promote digital transformation and the digital government.

State apparatus and demands from lifeicon

State apparatus and demands from life

FEATURE
18/06/2021

Improving the state apparatus is an objective requirement that needs to be resolved soon.

Administrative ATMs: great step forward in reforming the state apparatusicon

Administrative ATMs: great step forward in reforming the state apparatus

FEATURE
14/06/2021

In early March, the People's Committee of District 6 in HCM City put into use the first automatic administrative document receipt and return machine, dubbed administrative ATM, in Vietnam.

It is time to reform the state administrative apparatusicon

It is time to reform the state administrative apparatus

FEATURE
11/06/2021

Reforming the state administrative apparatus is a national policy which has been noted in resolutions of all eight national congresses of the Communist Party of Vietnam during the 35 years of Doi Moi (reform).

Further administrative reform neededicon

Further administrative reform needed

FEATURE
06/05/2021

Vietnamese people and businesses are still struggling with administrative procedures and are being held back by an unstable business environment.

Administrative reform saves VND6.3 trillion each yearicon

Administrative reform saves VND6.3 trillion each year

POLITICS
19/03/2021

Administrative reform has been thoroughly implemented at all levels and helped save more than 18 million working days each year, equivalent to over VND6.3 trillion ($274.32 million) of social expenditure, Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh has said.

Administrative reform: Personnel is the keyicon

Administrative reform: Personnel is the key

FEATURE
04/03/2021

Another cycle of state administrative reform is coming. This is the time to review the results of the administrative reform program in the 2011-2020 period and set the orientation for the next decade.

Minister of Home Affairs: successor will do better than meicon

Minister of Home Affairs: successor will do better than me

FEATURE
27/02/2021

“If you ask if I feel satisfied about what I did in my term, I would say ‘no’. I regret that I could not do more,” said Minister of Home Affairs Le Vinh Tan.

Silent, painful reforms of the tax sector show positive resultsicon

Silent, painful reforms of the tax sector show positive results

FEATURE
23/12/2020

The tax sector’s painful, quiet reforms have helped increase Vietnam’s position in the global business climate report.

Vietnam saves US$640 million per year through administrative reform and e-governmenticon

Vietnam saves US$640 million per year through administrative reform and e-government

POLITICS
08/11/2020

Over 1,000 administrative procedures, 3,893 out of 6,191 business conditions and 6,776 out of 9,926 categories of goods subject to specialized inspection have been simplified or removed in four years.

USAID helps Vietnam strengthen e-Government capacityicon

USAID helps Vietnam strengthen e-Government capacity

POLITICS
14/10/2020

USAID helps Vietnam strengthen e-Government capacity

Administrative reforms would help unlock EVFTA's potential: EuroChamicon

Administrative reforms would help unlock EVFTA's potential: EuroCham

BUSINESS
01/07/2020

 Administrative procedure reform is the key to unlocking the full potential of the Europe-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), said participants at a conference on Tuesday.

Quang Ninh leads in PAR index for third consecutive yearicon

Quang Ninh leads in PAR index for third consecutive year

POLITICS
05/06/2020

The northern province of Quang Ninh topped the 2019 public administration reform (PAR) index for the third consecutive year, with 90.09 points, up 1.03 points against the previous year.