The national public services website will be launched in late November

On November 1st, the Government Office organized a teleconference to deploy the National Public Services Website. At the Hung Yen destination, the conference drew the attendance of Mr. Nguyen Duy Hung, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee.

At the conference, participants were introduced to the overview and benefits of the National Public Services Website; the authentication system and online payment via the Website; the roadmap for the integration and provision of online public services on the Website; to review, standardize and manage the national database on administrative procedures; the reception, processing and reflecting system on administrative regulations...

At the conference at the Hung Yen destination

The National Public Service Website is set up at a single address, which is a hub to provide information, support organizations and individuals to carry out administrative procedures, online public services and supervise and evaluate the handling of administrative procedures.

As planned, the National Public Service Website will be launched at the end of November this year to help reduce the time and costs of implementing administrative procedures and public services for people and businesses.

The website allows citizens and businesses to carry out eight essential administrative procedures, including: Changing driving licenses (level 3), issuing international driving licenses, granting the certificates of origin of goods, registering for sales promotion, paying electronic tax for businesses, issuing low and medium voltage electricity, paying for electricity, and notifying the promotion (in localities). In December, there will be some more public services integrated into the website...

Speaking at the Hung Yen destination, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Duy Hung affirmed that the implementation of online public services brought many benefits to people and businesses. Up to now, the province has performed over 40% of online public services at level 3 and 10% at level 4.

In the coming time, all levels, branches and localities need to enhance handling the work via the network; promote using the digital signatures; review administrative procedures under their jurisdiction; increase providing the online public services at levels 3 and 4; strengthen the coordination among agencies to develop internal processes for administrative procedures under the jurisdiction at provincial, district and commune levels; regularly review and inspect the assurance of information security for the province's information systems; ready to ensure the conditions of infrastructure, equipment, technology and specialized data transmission lines...