(HBO) – Hoa Binh’s Steering Committee for Provincial Administrative Reform (PAR) held a conference on May 31 afternoon to evaluate the results of the PAR Index and the Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) in 2021 of the province. The event was chaired by Bui Van Khanh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee and head of the steering committee.

Photo: Bui Van Khanh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee and head of the steering committee, delivers a speech at the conference.

Speaking at the event, a leader of the Department of Home Affairs said that on May 25, the Government's PAR Steering Committee announced the PAR INDEX 2021 of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, People's Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities, according to which Hoa Binh's PAR index in 2021 was 87.06 percent, ranking 25th out of the country's 63 localities.

For the PAPI 2021, Hoa Binh reached 43.48 points, ranking 19th out of the 63 provinces and cities, in the high-average group of the whole country. However, compared to 2020, the province saw a decrease of 1.123 points and fell 10 places on the rankings.

At the conference, participants agreed to strive for administrative reform governance to achieve at least 96 percent, organisational apparatus reform at least 85 percent, administrative procedure reform criteria at least 96 percent, formulating and organising the implementation of legal documents 95 percent or more, public administrative reform 90 percent or more, investment disbursement 100 percent, and IT application in administrative modernisation at least 95 percent.

Vice Secretary Bui Van Khanh asked departments and branches to base on the report assessing each indicator to continue coming up with solutions to overcome obstacles and improve the PAR index. He stressed that departments and branches must be responsible for addressing weaknesses in the fields under their management.

This is a nationwide race in which all localities have to run as fast as possible, he stressed, requiring each department and branch to take drastic measures and affirm its role and responsibility in the implementation of PAR indicators and the effectiveness of public administration. This is also a condition to contribute to the successful implementation of the province's socio-economic development targets in the coming time, he added./.

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