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Cao Bang Province has new Party Chief

Lieutenant General Tran Hong Minh has been appointed as Party Secretary of Cao Bang province. 

Details about 50 positions at state agencies to be elected by National Assembly

One of the important parts of the agenda of the 15th National Assembly (NA)’s first session is the election and approval of 50 people to head state agencies in the 2021-2026 term.

Party’s new personnel arrangement: cadres in the south appointed to the north

Challenges are ahead for cadres who will leave the south for the north to take their new duties and leave the north for the south. If they can overcome the challenges, their capability will be shown.

National Assembly to elect current PM as State President for the first time

The Secretary General and Chairman of the Office of the National Assembly Nguyen Hanh Phuc chaired a press conference on the agenda of the 14th National Assembly’s 11th session on March 23.

Youth Union has two new secretaries

Head of Youth Solidarity Committee Nguyen Tuong Lam and Head of Organizing Committee Doan Ngo Van Cuong of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union have been elected as the Youth Union Central Committee’s Secretary of the 11th term.

Administrative reform: Personnel is the key

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.

National Assembly to elect state leaders in late March

The upcoming National Assembly session, which will take place from March 24 to April 7, will elect a number of positions in the State apparatus for the 2016-2021 term.

PM approves five deputy mayors of Hanoi

With the new election, Hanoi People’s Committee has one chairman and six deputy chairpersons for the 2021-26 term.

HCMC govt has two new vice chairpersons

Le Hoa Binh, director of the HCMC Department of Construction, and Phan Thi Thang, vice chairwoman of the municipal People’s Council, have been elected as vice chairpersons of the municipal People’s Committee for the 2016-2021 tenure.

Top leaders of many provinces named

Many provinces and cities have organized Party Congresses to elect their top leaders.

Many provinces have newly-elected and re-elected Party chiefs

Many provinces and cities have elected or re-elected their top leaders.

Educators urge amending circular to allow for more teacher recruitment

VietNamNet Bridge – Due to regulations on hiring civil service personnel, many general schools in Vietnam cannot recruit teachers despite high demand.

Party prepares personnel for upcoming National Congress

The Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation held a national meeting on August 21  to roll out guidelines on personnel work at Party congresses at all levels in preparation for the upcoming 12th National Party Congress.

Japanese invested firms hunting for Vietnamese senior personnel

 VietNamNet Bridge – The demand for Vietnamese senior staff has been soaring amid a wave of Japanese investors flocking to Vietnam to set up their production bases.


 Authorities call for oversight of fraudulent retail websites; Electronics sector in need of support; Even distribution of FDI a must: experts; Enterprise law seeks to open opportunities; Japan keen on hiring Vietnamese senior personnel

Home Affair Ministry seeks ways of downsizing

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Home Affairs is developing a project to downsize and restructure the contingent of public servants in the next seven years (2014-2020).

20 percent of Da Nang’s civil servants are employed as talents

Thanks to the first grant of VND15 million, monthly allowance of VND1.5 million, leasing apartments at cheap prices and the promotion opportunities, Da Nang has attracted more than 1,000 qualified civil servants over the last 15 years.

Number of people paid by state budget to slightly increase

VietNamNet Bridge – The total number of state employees in 2013 is fixed at 281,700, slightly up from 2012.

Hanoi officials make “shocking statement” on civil servant recruitment

The Chairman of the Inspection Commission of the Hanoi Party Committee said that the “price” for becoming a civil servant is VND100 million ($5,000).