(HBO) – Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan has signed Resolution No.8/NQ-TU on promoting digital transformation in the province for the 2021 – 2025 period, with a vision towards 2030.
The Hoa Binh Party Committee plans to place
greater focus on promoting digital transformation in the province. Illustrative
Under the resolution, by 2025,the province
sets to complete all e-government building goals, accelerate the development of
smart cities, and meet basic digital transformation standards on three pillars
of e-government, digital economy and digital society.
The province plans to foster the development of
e-government, aiming to have 100 percent of public administrative services
available online under Level 4 and accessible on different devices, including
mobile phones. It also targets 100 percent of shared databases connected with
each other across the province, and open the database of State agencies to
facilitate the prompt delivery of public administrative services.
It aims for more than 50 percent of inspection
activities to be conducted virtually by State agencies and provide smart city
services at Hoa Binh city and Luong Son district. By 2025, the digital economy
in Hoa Binh is expected to make up for 20 percent of its Gross Regional
Domestic Products (GRDP) by 2025 and 30 percent in 2030.
To this end, the province maps out key
solutions, including strengthening the leadership of Party committees and
authorities at all levels, fostering digital transformation in Party
organisations, Fatherland Front committees and socio-political units, developing
high-quality broadband infrastructure, speeding up the progress of digitalizing
shared, open, and specialised databases in accordance with the province’s
e-government architecture, and connecting national databases on all areas, from
public administrative services, population, business registration, finance and
insurance to construction, land, environment, electricity and water supply.
The resolution identifies a number of priority
areas to focus resources on the digital transformation in a number of key
areas, including residence registration, education, healthcare, agriculture,
culture and tourism, transportation and logistics, natural resources and
environment, finance - banking, and industrial production, to boost local
(HBO) – The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) of Hoa Binh held a ceremony at Cong Nghiep high school on April 17 to launch the "Hoa Binh Youth for National Seas, Islands” programme and communications on seas and islands among its members and local youngsters in 2022, drawing nearly 100 union officials in Hoa Binh city and members at the school.
(HBO) - Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hoang Dao Cuong has led a delegation to Hoa Binh to inspect venues serving cycling events of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in the province.
(HBO) - According to the proposal of the consulting unit - the Vietnam Construction and Planning Consulting joint Stock Company, the project to adjust the general planning of Hoa Binh city to 2045 is a step to bring the province's policy into life. Hoa Binh city is envisioned as a new and dynamic city which can become an attractive destination, and a worth-living, working and relaxation place.
(HBO) – The standing board of Tan Lac district’s Party Committee has seriously implemented the resolution of the 10th Party Central Committee’s fifth plenum, basically meeting its requirements, particularly in reforming the local Party leadership of Party agencies, the administration, the Vietnam Fatherland Front and mass organisations, said Vice Secretary Bui Van Tinh.
(HBO) – The Party organisation of Hoa Binh province has instructed the Party building work and personnel organisation comprehensively, helping to consolidate public confidence in authorities.
(HBO) – The approved detail planning of Dong Tam industrial cluster in Dong Tam commune, Lac Thuy district, which covers 22,853 hectares has been made public in the commune and district for easy access of all local residents.