The application of information technology to PAR, serving people and businesses has been implemented synchronously


In 2020, the Department of Home Affairs has appraised projects on continuing to renovate the organization and management system, improving the quality and performance of public non-business units in the province in accordance with regulations. current regulations; advise the Provincial People’s Committee to approve the schemes of 15 departments, divisions, branches, 08 provincial public non-business units and 11 district-level administrative units. Appraise and submit to the Provincial People’s Committee for approval projects on merger, dissolution, consolidation and reorganization (reducing 15 public non-business units). Submit to the Provincial People’s Committee for approval the plan of autonomy in performing tasks, organizational apparatus and personnel of public non-business units to ensure lean, effective and efficient operation. Consolidate the steering committees in the province in the direction of leanness and efficiency. 

The work of building, training, fostering and improving the quality of cadres, civil servants and public employees is focused. In the field of public financial reform, in 2020, the Department of Finance issued Decision No. 147/QD-STC on the inspection of financial management and management of the use of state assets in 2020 at the state-owned enterprises. provincial-level administrative and non-business agencies and units and Decision No. 219/QD-STC on inspection of financial management and management and use of state assets in 2020 at administrative agencies and non-business units provincial public sector, contributing to ensuring the effective use of budget and projects.

The application of information technology to PAR, serving people and businesses has been implemented synchronously. In which, deploying payment methods in providing online public services at level 4 in the province, expanding more payment connection methods on the Public Service Portal and electronic one-stop information system of the Government. province, meeting many options for people and businesses when making payment of administrative fees and charges; implementing online public services at level 3, level 4, public postal service; information safety and security; guide people to actively participate in the application of online public services of state agencies and public postal services.

In particular, in the process of building e-government and e-government, information technology applications have met the requirements of directing, operating and handling the work of civil servants and public employees. work at home; application of online conferencing solutions (VNPT-Meeting) during the COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control period. Provincial People’s Committee issued Decision No. 443/QD-UBND dated March 4, 2020 on the list of electronic documents not sent with paper copies between state administrative agencies in the province; update data in service of publicizing executive directive documents on page Building the Provincial Data Sharing Integrated Axis (LGSP), connecting data between the online public service portal and the electronic one-stop information system with specialized management software within the province (Department of the People’s Republic of China). Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Planning and Investment) and with specialized software of the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance, Vietnam Social Security. The connection and interconnection is done through the National Connectivity Axis, ensuring compliance with the E-Government Architecture Framework.