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Application of information technology in administrative procedures

On April 23, 2018, the Government issued Decree No.61/2018/ND-CP regulating the implementation of the “one-stop” mechanism and the inter-agency one-stop mechanism in administrative procedures. The Decree took effect since June 21, 2018.

Accordingly, Decree No.61/2018/ND-CP regulates the principle of information technology application in administrative procedures as follows:

  1. Ensure uniformity, efficiency and synchronism, avoiding overlapping and wastefulness in investment and construction of information technology infrastructure from the central to grassroots levels.
  2. Ensure compliance with Vietnam e-Government Architecture Framework; national technical specifications for the identification and data packet format for connection of document management systems; national technical standards on the structure of citizen data messages exchanged with the national database on population.
  3. Ensure the capability of connecting and sharing information between information systems of state agencies; the ability to receive, connect and share information between agencies competent to handle administrative procedures with organizations and individuals want to carry out administrative procedures through electronic means, media, social network authorized by the authority.
  4. Comply with the law on investment, construction, information technology, clerical, archiving, security and information safety and other relevant law provisions.

It can be seen that Decree No.61/2018/ND-CP specifically regulates the application of information technology in handling administrative procedures through “one-stop” mechanism and the inter-agency one-stop mechanism, thereby speeding up the handling of administrative procedures of state agencies, contributing to construct E-government.