Vietnam to provide full “digital government” services by 2025

Vietnam is preparing to offer its citizens a “digital government” by 2025 with a variety of services provided around the clock, according to Nguyen Manh Hung, minister of information and communications.

A respective strategy would be approved no later than in the second quarter this year, he said at a meeting held on March 10 to discuss Vietnam’s e-government development plans, according to VN Express.

The minister noted that government operations would be “redesigned” and the entire administrative system would migrate online. Basic services would start in 2025 and be extended from then, he said

This is a big move from the current situation with 55 per cent of public services are being available online, enabling the public to complete procedures and make payments online instead of having to show up at government offices and queue up.

100 per cent digital by 2030

The program aims to have 80 per cent of so-called level four public services, which allow online fee payment, provided on multiple devices, and seeks to process online 90 per cent of documents at ministry and province levels and 80 per cent at the district level by 2025.

The program, which is expected to give rise to digital businesses that can compete globally, aims to increase the rates to 100 per cent by 2030.

Confidential documents will not be processed online, the minister added

Furthermore, all national databases related to population, land, business registration, finance and others would be made public by 2025.



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Vietnam is preparing to offer its citizens a “digital government” by 2025 with a variety of services provided around the clock, according to Nguyen Manh Hung, minister of information and communications. A respective strategy would be approved no later than in the second quarter this year, he said at a meeting held on March 10 to discuss Vietnam's e-government development plans, according to VN Express. The minister noted that government operations would be “redesigned” and the entire administrative system would migrate online. Basic services would start in 2025 and be extended from then, he said This is a big move...

Vietnam is preparing to offer its citizens a “digital government” by 2025 with a variety of services provided around the clock, according to Nguyen Manh Hung, minister of information and communications.

A respective strategy would be approved no later than in the second quarter this year, he said at a meeting held on March 10 to discuss Vietnam’s e-government development plans, according to VN Express.

The minister noted that government operations would be “redesigned” and the entire administrative system would migrate online. Basic services would start in 2025 and be extended from then, he said

This is a big move from the current situation with 55 per cent of public services are being available online, enabling the public to complete procedures and make payments online instead of having to show up at government offices and queue up.

100 per cent digital by 2030

The program aims to have 80 per cent of so-called level four public services, which allow online fee payment, provided on multiple devices, and seeks to process online 90 per cent of documents at ministry and province levels and 80 per cent at the district level by 2025.

The program, which is expected to give rise to digital businesses that can compete globally, aims to increase the rates to 100 per cent by 2030.

Confidential documents will not be processed online, the minister added

Furthermore, all national databases related to population, land, business registration, finance and others would be made public by 2025.



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