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Update news online public services

Vietnam has marked an obvious advance in providing public services. Instead of going directly to state agencies for marriage, birth, land use right and temporary residence registration, people can now sit at home and follow procedures online.

Usage of online public services remains low as procedures are cumbersome for users

Online public services have been prepared and are ready for people to use, but necessary procedures pose difficulties for many citizens.

Important transition for digital government as public services go online

The completion of the target of offering 100% of eligible public services online to the highest level 4 in 2021 is an important step to create momentum for a digital government in Vietnam.

Ho Chi Minh City to offer 100% of administrative procedures online

Vietnam’s largest city has set a target of having 100% of administrative procedures provided online at level 3 and 4 on the city public service portal this year.

PM asks ministries, provinces to increase rate of public services to levels 3, 4

The Prime Minister has asked ministries, state agencies and provinces to focus their resources on increasing the rate of online public services to levels 3 and 4, and integrate their public services on the National Public Service Portal.

Ministry of Information and Communication with new missions, new space

According to Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung, the second innovation is digital transformation. The Information and Communication Ministry has embarked on new missions, a new space and new energy.

Services on National Public Service Portal now number 2,700

The number of services provided via the National Public Service Portal has reached 2,700 after four new ones made debut on December 30, expected to help save 8 trillion VND (346.9 million USD) each year.

HCM City to provide all public services online at level 4 by 2030

Ho Chi Minh City has set a target to provide 100 percent of public services online at level 4 by 2030. Level 4 is the highest level of online public services, which allows users to fill and submit forms, and pay fees online.

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

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.

30% of level 4 public services expected to go online this year

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged ministries and localities to have 30 per cent of their online public services reach level 4 by the end of this year.

Vietnam presses ahead with e-future

Amid the ongoing Fourth Industrial Revolution, Vietnam has made big strides in developing its e-government in service of enterprises and the public.

Public services on national portal reach 725

Six more public services are now available on the National Public Service Portal, raising the total number to 725.

NA Standing Committee meeting next month to be held online

The 43rd session of the National Assembly Standing Committee wrapped up in Hanoi on March 25 after three days of working.

Vietnam to launch e-government evaluation system this July

An e-government evaluation system will be launched in July 2020.

Online public services gain progress in HCM City

 VietNamNet Bridge – The usage of online public services at the district level in HCM City has gained significant progress, 

HCM City eyes expanded online public services

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City wants to expand the use of online public services to simplify administrative procedures and reduce their cost for the public, vice chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, 

Hanoi police to fight sexual harassment in public transport

Hanoi told to fight sexual harassment in public transport; Chicken smuggled from China seized; Health ministry launches online public services; Hydropower project comes to a halt; Elephants push back against human encroachment