Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Head of the National Committee for E-Government Development, presides over a conference in Ha Noi on February 12, 2020 to review one-year implementation of e-Government development. Photo: VGP
In his opening remarks, PM Phuc, who is head of the National Committee for e-Government Development, said e-Government has been a solution for preventing spread of the new coronavirus (Covid-19) as many schools and organizations have organized online classes and e-transactions respectively.
The conference aims to work out the best practices as well as ways to further improve solutions for practical e-Government development in the time ahead, Phuc said.
He especially urged the participants to frankly point out obstacles in e-Government development.
According to a report prepared by the National Committee for e-Government Development, ministries, agencies and localities have doubled the number of public services at level 4 while competent agencies have put into operation the National E-document Exchange Platform and the National Public Service Portal.
Since its inception on December 9, 2019, as many as 47,377 accounts from individuals and enterprises have registered on the National Public Service Portal. Nine out of 22 ministry and all 63/63 provinces and cities have integrated to the Portal./.
By Thuy Dung