National Public Service Portal helps save over VND4 trillion each year

Update: 16:45 | 08/12/2019

The implementation of eight groups of essential public services through the National Public Service Portal is estimated to save VND4,222 billion (US$181.63 million) each year.

The information was released by Minister and Head of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung at a press conference held on December 7 to introduce about the portal which is scheduled to be launched on December 9.
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At the press conference to introduce about the portal.

Dung said that the Prime Minister will chair the launch of the National Public Service Portal which is an important milestone in the implementation of the people-centred and enterprise-centred approach.

Ngo Hai Phan, head of the Government Office's Administrative Procedure Control Agency said that the portal plays an important role in building the e-Government which is an electronic platform to connect the Government with the people and enterprises. After nine months of implementation, the portal has essentially been completed.

Through a single address at, people and enterprises can log in to all public services at ministry and province level to carry out online public services while monitoring the settlement of services, assessing the quality of administrative settlement and sending feedback.

The portal will provide online public services in all 63 provinces and cities including the issuance of driver’s license, the re-issuance of health insurance, the supply of low-voltage and medium-voltage power, the payment of electricity bills, and others.

Japan helps Vietnam with e-Government building
Vietnam and Japan on August 7 agreed to promote their cooperation in e-Government building in the Southeast Asian country in the time ahead. 
Vietnam learns from Japanese experience in building an e-government
A working delegation of the Government led by Minister and Chairman of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung attended a session in Tokyo, Japan on August 5 to seek experience in developing e-government.
Vietnam, France cooperate in e-government building
The Government Office of Vietnam and the French Development Agency (AFD) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in e-government development in Hanoi on May 30.

Source: NDO

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