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 After every five-year term, key leaders are replaced, meaning subordinate positions will also be replaced with their trusted followers. And the concerns about the process have been increasingly aired.

National index reveals results of reforms to public administration

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tran Anh Tuan, deputy minister of home affairs, explained to Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Viet Nam Economic Times) the results of the recent Public Administration Reform Index.

Few assets returned in most corruption cases

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Government Inspectorate of Viet Nam released a UNDP-supported report yesterday (July 29), detailing why corrupt asset recovery is the least effective anti-corruption programme in the country.

HCM City to recruit civil servants via computer

 VietNamNet Bridge – The HCMC government is expected to recruit civil servants via tests in English and information technology on computer between December 23 and 31, said the city’s Department of Home Affairs.

Inefficient State staff face the axe

 VietNamNet Bridge – If the head of a public sector office fails to perform assigned duties, he/she may be transferred to another position, Tran Anh Tuan, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs tells Nguoi Lao dong (The Labourer).

Fort Hood’s Luong becomes first Vietnamese-American general

Fort Hood Col. Viet Xuan Luong became the first Vietnamese American to be made a general in US history in an August 6 ceremony at Cooper Field at Fort Hood, attracting Austin police and members of the local Vietnamese community.

Instruction takes tough stance on corrupt, irresponsible officials

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tran Anh Tuan, Vice Minister of Home Affairs, tells Tin Tuc (News) Newspaper that underperforming civil servants and public employees may be in the firing line for job cuts.

Civil servants rush to study for doctorates to avoid staff cutbacks

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many people are studying for doctorates, or racing for professorships, not so much to obtain deeper knowledge in their fields, but just for a little extra job security.

Officials getting drunk on public funds

VietNamNet Bridge – Most civil servants who drink appear to enjoy their tipple a bit too much, leaving a negative impact on their work at state agencies in Viet Nam.

100,000 civil servants may lose their jobs by 2020

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Home Affairs has drafted a personnel downsizing plan at government agencies from 2014 to 2020, under which about 100,000 public servants will lose their jobs.

Civil servants benefit more from social insurance

 VietNamNet Bridge – The current social insurance in Vietnam is having a big discrimination where military personnel and civil servants are having an advantage over workers from the private sector, according to labor experts.

Minimum wage for civil servants rises

VietNamNet Bridge – Civil servants, members of the armed forces and socio-political organisation stafff will enjoy an increase of 9.5 per cent to their monthly minimum wage from July 1.

Reforms improve Da Nang's ranking

 VietNamNet Bridge – The central city has improved its ranking under the Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI).

CCTV cameras to monitor civil servants in Quang Binh Province

 VietNamNet Bridge – The central province of Quang Binh has announced that henceforth the workings of civil servants will be monitored on CCTV camera to avoid them from wasting time lingering in coffee shops.