Update news administrative reforms
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has signed a decision to issue an administrative reform plan for the second half of 2023, aiming to seek measures to simplify 13 major groups of administrative procedures.
Many National Assembly deputies have voiced their concern over the so-called "playing it safe" attitude that occurs not only at state agencies but also in business circles.
The results of the survey will be disseminated among the cadres, officials, and employees of the city's agencies and units, as well as to the general public and organizations.
Quang Ninh continued to take lead in the Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services (SIPAS) and the Public Administration Reform Index (PAR Index) in 2022.
Fifty-two administrative units at district level and 1,037 administrative units at commune level have met criteria in natural area and population scale to be subject to rearrangement and merger in 2023-2025.
Reform has not pursued the wishes of enterprises and the actual situation. This is why businesses feel insecure.
The burden of certificates has been compared to “sub-licenses”, “a miserable and expensive journey”, and “buying certificates” by many National Assembly deputies.
National Assembly Deputy Bui Thi An speaks about the Government’s efforts to improve the quality of cadres, civil servants and public employees.
The Vietnamese government’s Resolution 68 that aims to reduce business regulations by 20% and at least 20% of costs is seen as the Government’s third wave of reform.
The Ministry of Health announced that it has completed providing online public health services level 4 for all administrative procedures under the management of the health sector after six months of implementation.
A video conference will be organised on May 19 to announce the Public Administration Reform (PAR) Index 2019 and the Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services (SIPAS) 2019, according to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA).
Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh on Tuesday asked the home affairs sector to amend unreasonable procedures, enhance transparency, and stop bribes during the recruitment of civil servants.
VietNamNet Bridge – Reforms of the administrative system must be done with “professionalism and resolution” to effectively eliminate "vested interest" and corrupt elements,
Administrative reforms are very important to the development of a nation, State managers and researchers agreed during a conference reviewing administrative reforms under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945),
VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City’s administrative reforms are delivering results and there will be more of the same, city authorities have said.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will review and evaluate the support and development for enterprises. Thereafter, it will propose to adjust and add policies to create favourable conditions for enterprises investing in agriculture.