HCMC discussing ways to effectively use IOCs

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The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Information and Communications (DoIC) yesterday organized an instruction session for the People’s Committees of all districts and Thu Duc City regarding how to successfully establish and exploit intelligent operation centers (IOCs).

HCMC discussing ways to effectively use IOCs ảnh 1 DoIC is giving instruction on IOC to leaders of districts. (Photo: SGGP)


The most important content of this instruction session includes models and functions of an IOC in HCMC, directions for shared components of databases in HCMC, directions for data system construction.

DoIC stressed that it is necessary for HCMC to use shared databases in order to save operation costs, taken from the state budget. The current regulation states that there are 110 city-level and 40 district-level socio-economic indexes to be uploaded to be uploaded to the system.

As many districts and Thu Duc City have already established their own IOC, Deputy Director of DoIC Le Quoc Cuong reminded the local authorities that along with good technological solutions, there must be a corresponding operation mechanism and regulations, as well as frequent data updates to ensure precision. This means close monitoring of district leaders so that IOCs can first help management tasks, and then better serve citizens. That was wholeheartedly agree by all localities.

HCMC discussing ways to effectively use IOCs ảnh 2 Director of DoIC Lam Dinh Thang is delivering his speech. (Photo: SGGP)

Director of DoIC Lam Dinh Thang once more stated that IOCs are an important factor of a digital government, since they are responsible for data collection and sharing to ensure smooth integration of information among state units for more effective administration and operation based on technology.

Therefore, he suggested all districts to own one IOC with regularly updated databases in 2022 to reduce labors in administrative tasks, while the whole city can access those valuable shared data for analysis and forecast tasks. He also promised to deliver support to needy localities.

The instruction session has helped all districts and Thu Duc City, plus state agencies, agree upon consistent methods to construct and manage IOCs so that data can be integrated and shared effortlessly, while financial waste can be avoided.

By Mai Hoa – Translated by Huong Vuong

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