Privacy policy announcement is the foundation for citizens to protect the right on their data when there are disputes.

Vietnam warned of personal digital data management

59 out of 63 e-portals and 60 out of 63 online public service portals in Vietnam have not announced their privacy policy. These important statistics were revealed in the meeting ‘Evaluating the Protection of Personal Data on Interaction Platforms of Local Authorities with Citizens’, co-held yesterday by UN Development Program (UNDP) in Vietnam and the Institute for Policy Studies and Media Development (IPS).

HCMC provides support for enterprises' recovery

HCMC provides support for enterprises' recovery

Ho Chi Minh City is entering a period of strong recovery. Despite a deeply negative growth rate in the last two quarters of 2021 with -24.97 percent and -11.64 percent, the southern metropolis has seen 1.88 percent growth, higher than previous expectations and forecasts in the first quarter of 2022. SGGP Newspaper reporter discussed with Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Planning and Investment Dao Minh Chanh about support solutions to further promote the contribution of the business community to the social-economic development of the city.
The smart operation center of Thu Duc City, launched on October 23, 2021. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC undergoing digital transformation in State administrative management

The latest Covid-19 outbreak has accelerated the digital transformation process in Ho Chi Minh City, and impressive achievements have been obtained. However, there seems not to be a unified awareness about this important process in the public, which should be addressed soon to better provide online public services to all citizens and businesses.

Illustrative image (Photo: http://congan.com.vn/)

HCMC to provide all public services online at level 4 by 2030

Ho Chi Minh City has set a target to provide 100 percent of public services online at level 4 by 2030. Level 4 is the highest level of online public services, which allows users to fill and submit forms, and pay fees online.
Monitoring smart traffic in the Management Center of Saigon River Tunnel. (Photo: SGGP)

Conference on e-government establishment held in HCMC

International Data Group Vietnam (IDG Vietnam) yesterday cooperated with Vietnam Digital Communications Association (VDCA), the Ministry of Information & Communications, the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Information & Communications to organize a conference named ‘Developing E-government, Promoting Online Public Services, Aiming for Digital Government – Models and Solutions’.

Citizens are learning about online public services at the People’s Committee of Hoc Mon District. (Photo: SGGP)

Online public services strongly promoted in HCMC

As the Covid-19 pandemic is becoming more complicated, in many districts of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), the quantity of administration documents submitted online significantly increases. Government agencies in the city have also assisted residents to send documents online to minimize traveling and direct contact in public places.