31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Hanoi targets to improve PAR Index performance in 2022
Hanoi expects to improve its performance in the Public Administration Reform Index (Par Index) and the Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services (SIPAS) in 2022.
17:03, 2021/03/01
Hanoi's economy improves as safe adaptation plan gathers pace
Higher disbursement of public funds, pushing for administrative reforms, and effective budget management are priorities for Hanoi to accelerate economic recovery in the remainder of the year.
09:13, 2021/13/23
Hanoi takes steps to ensure public satisfaction with public services
The city makes sure that the pandemic and subsequent restriction measures would have a minimum impact on people’s lives.
15:06, 2021/06/05
Hanoi climbs 19 ranks in 2020 Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services
Hanoi is now ranked 33rd out of 63 provinces/cities, a significant improvement from 52nd in 2019.
19:49, 2021/49/03
Hanoi takes on administrative reform online
This year, Hanoi aims to keep the satisfaction rate of people, organizations, and businesses on public administration services at a minimum of 85%.
18:19, 2021/19/24
Public satisfaction for performance of administrative units at 85%: Survey
The public wants more simplified administrative procedures and a shorter processing time.
06:52, 2021/52/09
Hanoi eyes public satisfaction rate on public services by 95% in 2025
The city strives to simplify an additional 20% of obsolete administrative procedures while calling for all localities to maintain the 100% of administrative applications being processed on time.
20:20, 2021/20/24
Hanoi plans to build 43 industrial clusters in 2021
To ensure efficient operation of industrial clusters, Hanoi would provide supporting policies for enterprises and business households relocating their operation into industrial clusters.
11:13, 2021/13/18
Compliance cost for tax payment lowest among administrative procedures in Vietnam
Lower compliance cost for administrative procedures ensure a healthy and transparent business environment, while creating the foundation for enterprises’ development, Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung has said.
15:35, 2021/35/16
Best things left to new government: Prime Minister
The Prime Minister’s task force, after five years of operation, has helped address many existing problems caused by “custom rules the law” that hamper the country's socio-economic development process.
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