Prime Minister: 2023 is the ‘Year of Digital Data’, definitely building a National Data Center
- Tram Ho
The conference to review the 1-year implementation of Project 06 was held in person and online at the bridgehead at the Government Headquarters and the headquarters of the People’s Committees of the provinces and centrally-run cities – Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
On the morning of December 25, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, Chairman of the National Committee for Digital Transformation, chaired a conference to review the 1-year implementation of the project on developing the application of data on population, identification and authentication. electronic services for national digital transformation in the period of 2022-2025, vision to 2030 (Project 06) and a summary of activities in 2022, implementation of tasks in 2023 and in the coming time of the National Committee about digital conversion.
The conference was held in person and online at the bridgehead of the Government Headquarters and the headquarters of the People’s Committees of the provinces and centrally-run cities.
Attending the conference at the Government Headquarters were Deputy Prime Minister, Standing Vice Chairman of the National Committee on Digital Transformation Vu Duc Dam; Politburo member, Minister of Public Security, General To Lam; Ministers, heads of ministerial-level agencies, agencies attached to the Government; leaders of the Office of the Party Central Committee, the Office of the President, the Office of the National Assembly, the Supreme People’s Procuracy; Supreme People’s Court; economic groups in the field of technology, information…
The reports, presentations, candid and enthusiastic speeches at the Conference have highlighted specific and remarkable results in digital transformation and implementation of Project 06 in 2022. At the same time, identifying limitations. , difficulties, problems and causes. Thereby, proposing key tasks and solutions to strongly promote the national digital transformation process, build a digital government, a digital economy, a digital society and a digital citizen in the coming time.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, Chairman of the National Committee for Digital Transformation, chaired the conference- Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
Many specific products to serve people and businesses
Regarding the achieved results, the opinion that awareness and action on national digital transformation continues to change positively, gradually transforming awareness, changing habits, spreading at all levels, sectors and localities, especially the leaders. State management activities from traditional methods to digital environment have been promoted and achieved some initial results.
Many digital products and services serve people and businesses in a timely and effective manner (registration for exams and admission to universities and colleges; online passport issuance; successful pilot of 2 connected public services) registration of birth – registration of permanent residence – issuance of health insurance cards for children under 6 years old and registration of death – deletion of permanent residence registration – funeral allowance).
The work of perfecting institutions, mechanisms and policies, and creating a legal environment for digital transformation has received attention from leadership and direction, and has achieved positive results.
Along with the laws that are being developed, submitted to the National Assembly, the Government, and the Prime Minister have issued 16 important documents on digital transformation in 2022 (including 4 Decrees, 1 Government Resolution and 10 Decisions, 1 Decision of the Government and 10 Decision No. 1 Directive of the Prime Minister), especially the National Strategy on Development of the Digital Economy and Society to 2025, with Orientation to 2030. Most recently, the Government issued Decree No. 104/2022 /ND-CP is an important legal basis to remove the paper household registration book and temporary residence book and switch to the digital environment.
Information technology infrastructure and digital platforms continue to be developed at the central and local levels to better meet the needs of digital transformation. Both fixed and mobile broadband access speeds increased over the same period, ranking 45th and 52nd respectively, higher than the world average. Specialized data transmission network of Party and State agencies connected to wards, communes and townships.
National-level information systems such as the National Document Communication Axis, the Government’s meeting and work handling system – eCabinet, the Government and Prime Minister’s task tracking database management system The Government, Information Center for direction and administration has been deployed and promoted with initial effectiveness. There are 48/63 localities that have deployed provincial intelligent monitoring and management centers.
National and specialized databases are promoted to build, connect and share; create convenience in providing online public services for people and businesses (residential management, business registration, insurance, electronic civil status…).
The Ministry of Public Security has actively implemented the national population database, gradually forming a digital citizen ecosystem. Connected and connected with 47 ministries, branches, localities, groups and state corporations; issued over 76 million electronic chip identification cards; synchronize more than 234 million vaccination information; activated nearly 2.6 million electronic identity accounts; identify accurate information of nearly 50 million mobile subscribers…
Online public services are deployed more widely and effectively. The National Public Service Portal has provided nearly 4,400 online public services at level 3 and 4 (three times more than in 2021); more than 154 million state sync records (1.7 times more than in 2021); more than 3.9 million online payment transactions (5.7 times more in 2021).
Information safety and security continue to be concerned; Vietnamese enterprises gradually master the network information security ecosystem.
In 2022, more than 12,000 cyber attacks have been recorded and taken measures in Vietnam, an increase of 25.3% compared to 2021. 56% of Party and State agencies have applied the standard of assurance level. safety information.
Digital transformation human resources are interested in investing and achieving positive results. The community digital technology group model was initially effective with 69,000 groups and more than 320,000 members.
Delegates attended the Conference at the Government Headquarters Bridge – Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
The digital economy and digital society have seen many positive changes, especially electronic tax payment, electronic invoices, e-commerce, and non-cash payment. 99% of businesses pay taxes electronically; 100% of active businesses use e-invoices. The proportion of e-commerce in total retail sales in 2022 will reach 7.5%, exceeding the set target.
In general, in 2022, 9/12 targets and 101/107 tasks have been completed in the Working Plan of the National Committee on Digital Transformation; completed 45/56 tasks according to the conclusions of the Prime Minister at the previous meetings; completed 59/225 tasks of Project 06 and is continuing to implement 166 tasks.
Digital government is the main and key driver, leading the building of a digital economy, digital citizen, and digital society.
Speaking at the conclusion of the Conference, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh basically agreed with the reports and opinions, and at the same time praised the efforts, efforts and results achieved by the ministries, branches and localities, the direction of the Government. The drastic leadership of the members of the National Committee on Digital Transformation with the core role of the People’s Public Security force, the consensus, support and active participation of people and businesses.
In addition to the achieved results, the Prime Minister frankly acknowledged that there are still many shortcomings and limitations, which need more efforts.
Many leaders, heads of agencies, localities and units have not really paid attention to and considered digital transformation as a key task, not really paying attention to, directing and prioritizing resources for digital transformation. Institutions, mechanisms and policies to improve the legal environment to promote digital transformation are still incomplete. Digital infrastructure and national digital platforms have not been completed yet, and have not yet met the set demand; Digital platforms for education, training, healthcare and social security are lacking. Many national and specialized databases are still slow to deploy. The connection and sharing of data between ministries, branches and localities still have many limitations, problems, and inefficiencies.
Quality and efficiency in providing and using high-level online public services are still limited, not really convenient for people and businesses. Up to now, for every 10 times people carry out administrative procedures, nearly 7 times still have to do it in person. Digital transformation still has a big gap between urban and rural areas. Some localities lack an overall, long-term vision and are inconsistent in digital transformation. According to incomplete statistics, there are still 266 villages and hamlets that do not have mobile coverage.
The Prime Minister stated that in 2023, opportunities, advantages and difficulties are forecasted, challenges are intertwined, but difficulties and challenges are greater and greater. The task of national digital transformation is very heavy, requiring us to have high determination, great efforts, drastic action, focusing on a few key issues- Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
Cybersecurity and safety in many places have not been paid enough attention, not meeting the requirements set forth, especially when the number of transnational high-tech crimes tends to increase. Human resources for digital transformation have not yet met the demand in terms of quantity, quality, and uneven distribution; and the phenomenon of “brain drain” abroad. Lack of a mechanism to check and monitor the implementation of digital transformation.
The Prime Minister stated that in 2023, opportunities, advantages and difficulties are forecasted, challenges are intertwined, but difficulties and challenges are greater and greater. The task of national digital transformation is very heavy, requiring us to have high determination, great efforts, drastic action, focus on a few key issues, contribute to reducing difficulties, creating more time. opportunities and advantages for people and businesses as well as socio-economic development.
In terms of direction, the Prime Minister emphasized that digital transformation must be defined as a transformation process in terms of thinking, perception and action; transition from traditional manual to digital environment; to fundamentally and comprehensively renovate, raise the effectiveness and efficiency of management, administration and administration activities of the Government, ministries, branches and localities; innovating production and business activities of enterprises, living and working methods of people in order to increase labor productivity, improve the competitiveness of enterprises and the country, and contribute to building an independent economy. autonomy associated with extensive, substantive and effective international integration.
Digital transformation is a new, difficult, sensitive and complex issue that needs to be absorbed by international achievements and experiences and creatively applied, suitable to Vietnam’s specific conditions and circumstances. Must have breakthrough thinking, strategic vision, promote the spirit of self-reliance, self-reliance, solidarity, initiative, creativity, dare to think, dare to do for the common good.
Digital transformation in general, including Project 06, is a key task that must be carried out regularly and continuously at all levels, sectors and localities on the basis of mobilizing active participation. of the entire population. Digital transformation is implemented in all fields and industries but must have a focus and focus; easy to do first, difficult to do later, from low to high, from small to large, implement methodically, effectively, effectively, avoid the situation of “hundred flowers in bloom”, avoid form, overlap, avoid head investment spread, wasteful, doing any work stop that; data must be “true, sufficient, clean, live”.
The Prime Minister emphasized that digital transformation must take the people and businesses as the center, the subject, the goal and the motivation to provide better quality services, better serve the people and businesses- Photo: VGP /Northern Japan
Digital transformation must take the people and businesses as the center, the subject, the goal, the motivation to provide better quality services, better serve the people, businesses, people and beneficiaries. results in a substantive and effective manner; towards the formation of a digital population and a digital society.
Digital government is the main and key driving force, leading the building of a digital economy, digital citizen and digital society, contributing to the successful implementation of the Resolution of the 13th Party Congress.
National Data Center is a national asset
Regarding key tasks, the Prime Minister asked ministries, branches and localities to increase awareness of the position, role and importance of national digital transformation in the socio-economic development strategy 2021-2030. . Focusing on perfecting institutions, mechanisms and policies, creating a legal corridor to promote national digital transformation, paying attention to the issue of ensuring information security and safety.
Strengthen discipline and discipline; urgently finalize and drastically implement the Operational Plan of the National Committee on Digital Transformation and the Government’s Project 06 Implementation Working Group in 2023. Timely report to the competent authorities any difficulties or obstacles. problems arise to handle, without delay.
Ministries, sectors and localities that promulgate the Digital Transformation Plan must be substantive, avoid formality, suitable to their own conditions and associated with appropriate resource allocation. The tasks in the Plan must be specific and clear so that they are easy to remember, understand, implement, evaluate, check and monitor. Actively guide, organize the implementation of digitization, provide online public services and regularly evaluate implementation results through the satisfaction level of people and businesses.
In 2023, it is imperative to build a National Data Center, this is the property of the country, not any ministry, but assign the Ministry of Public Security to assume the prime responsibility for facilities, not conservative, not unreasonable. , non-local, and at the same time design tools to ensure security, information safety, citizenship according to the Constitution and the provisions of law.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh
Promote building, updating, connecting, connecting and sharing digital platforms and databases that are synchronous, substantive, effective, focused and focused. Connecting national and specialized information systems and databases with the Information Center, directing and operating of the Government and the Prime Minister. Focus on perfecting the platform for providing comprehensive public services in the network environment.
Focus on completing and implementing 53 essential public services (in Project 06 and Decision 422 of the Prime Minister), especially 10 overdue public services in 2022. At the same time, completing professional processes, digitize records, administrative procedure settlement results provided in the network environment, connect online public services with the National Public Service Portal. Promote e-commerce, payment of services, payment of social benefits, non-cash social security support, bank account verification.
Ministries, sectors and localities need to closely coordinate and focus on the task of integrating, sharing and connecting data. In 2023, it is imperative to build a National Data Center, this is the property of the country, not any ministry, but assign the Ministry of Public Security to assume the prime responsibility for facilities, not conservative, not unreasonable. , non-local, and design tools to ensure security, information safety, citizenship according to the Constitution and the provisions of law, the Prime Minister requested.
Review and assess information safety and network security of information systems and databases; urgently overcome limitations and inadequacies in security holes, information disclosure and personal data protection.
Focus on building appropriate and effective mechanisms and policies on training, recruiting, arranging and rewarding digital transformation human resources, especially high-quality human resources; limit brain bleeding. Strengthen international cooperation in digital transformation, especially investment cooperation, technology transfer, attraction and training of high-quality human resources.
The Prime Minister noted: 2023 is the year “Creating and exploiting data to create new value” with the main task of digitizing, building, connecting and sharing data among ministries, sectors and localities. Phuong – Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
Telecommunications coverage of the remaining 266 villages in 2023
Regarding specific work, the Prime Minister assigned the Ministry of Public Security to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Government Office, ministries, branches and localities in continuing to organize the effective implementation of Project 06. In which, expeditiously complete the provision. issue citizen identification cards with chip, personal identification code and perform necessary arising tasks to effectively implement the overall goal of Project 06. Submit to the Prime Minister for promulgation a Directive on continuing to accelerate the implementation Project 06 in ministries, branches and localities.
Ensure integration, standardization, updating and sharing of information in the National Database on Population with ministries, branches and localities. Strengthening support for people to conveniently and simply perform public services using information about citizens, especially at the beginning of removing paper household registration. Assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Ministry of Information and Communications, and network operators in expeditiously handling the situation of garbage SIMs.
Continue to improve the application of identification and electronic authentication, and integrate essential services to gradually replace documents related to citizens. Striving to the second quarter of 2023 to grant 40 million electronic identity accounts to people.
Organize preliminary review and evaluation of the results of pilot implementation of 2 groups of interconnected public services: “Registration of birth – registration of permanent residence – issuance of health insurance cards for children under 6 years old” and “Registration of death – delete permanent resident registration – funeral allowance” before deployment and replication.
The Ministry of Information and Communications shall assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with ministries, branches and localities in, formulating, finalizing and submitting to the Chairman of the National Committee for Digital Transformation for approval the 2023 Operational Plan.
The Prime Minister also requested the implementation of comprehensive coverage, covering all regions of the country, especially remote and border areas, islands, ethnic minority areas so that all people can enjoy the benefits. telecommunication services.
“The Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Committee for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises and enterprises will cover telecommunications to the remaining 266 villages in 2023, striving to have electricity everywhere and everywhere. there’s also telecommunications, leaving no one behind.”
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh”
The Prime Minister assigned the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Committee for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises and businesses to cover telecommunications to the remaining 266 villages in 2023, striving to have electricity everywhere. There is telecommunications everywhere, leaving no one behind.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Ministry of Finance build databases related to enterprises. The Ministry of Education and Training urgently completes 2 tasks in the National Committee’s Work Plan on Digital Transformation in 2022 (Project on piloting the digital higher education model; promulgating industry program standards). Information Technology).
The Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs will accelerate the implementation of the Digital Transformation Program in Vocational Education until 2025, with a vision to 2030. Assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the State Bank of Vietnam, the Ministry of Public Security in continuing. continue to promote the implementation of payments through accounts for beneficiaries of subsidies from the State budget.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment urgently completes the National Land Database and soon provides online public services related to the land sector to serve people and businesses.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism urgently proposes programs, plans and solutions to implement General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong’s conclusion at the 2021 National Cultural Conference: “Building a cultural environment Digitalization is suitable for the digital economy, digital society and digital citizen, adapting the culture and regulating the country’s sustainable development in the context of the fourth industrial revolution.
Local leaders attended the conference at bridge points throughout the country – Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac
The Government Office continues to urge and guide ministries, branches and localities to optimize business processes, digitize records, handle administrative procedures, and connect online public services. with the National Public Service Portal.
The State Bank of Vietnam shall coordinate with relevant ministries and agencies to urgently finalize and submit to the Government the Decree on non-cash payment and soon develop and issue circulars guiding the implementation.
Ministries, departments and local authorities, based on their assigned functions, tasks and powers, implement the national digital transformation program and Project 06 in an active, active, substantive and effective manner.
“The year 2023 is the year of ‘Creating and exploiting data to create new value’ with the main task of digitizing, building, connecting, sharing data among ministries, branches and localities; and protecting protect personal data; exploit and use data to better serve people and businesses, build an independent and self-reliant socialist-oriented market economy associated with positivity, proactively integrate into the world deeply, practically and effectively,” emphasized the Prime Minister.
Source : Genk