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In 2025, Vietnam aims to reach the Top 4 leading e-Government countries in Southeast Asia
In 2025 Vietnam aims to reach the Top 4 leading e-Government countries in Southeast Asia and in the top 70 countries in the world in e-Government.

Vietnam aims to reach the group of 70 countries leading the world in e-government.

Ahead of the event "Developing e-government and online public service portal towards digital government - Model and technology solution" took place on September 17, Mr. Le Doan Hop, former Minister of Information and Communications, Honorary Chairman of the Vietnam Digital Communications Association, over the past time, applying information technology (IT), building e-government in Vietnam in a number of industries and fields have had positive movements, most notably in the field of Customs, Taxes and State management.

However, citing Israeli achievements in IT application, Mr. Hop said that what we want is still very far and compared to the world, Vietnam still needs great efforts in the coming time.

Emphasizing that the revolution on e-government is firstly the awareness revolution, Mr. Le Doan Hop said that the continuation of the national e-Government conference is to create a change in awareness, especially the awareness of the leaders in IT application, building e-government.

In fact, the construction of e-Government in Vietnam in the recent years has had many positive changes. According to the United Nations assessment of e-government development, Vietnam has steadily increased in four assessments from 2014 to the present. Currently, Vietnam ranked 86/193 countries in the world and ranks 6th in Southeast Asia.

Overall, the solutions being implemented to achieve Vietnam's goal of 2025 in the Top 4 leading e-government countries in Southeast Asia and among the 70 leading countries in the world in terms of electronic Government.

In order to achieve the above goal, according to experts, it is clear that we still have a lot of work to be done, we need to listen to the opinions of domestic and international experts and organizations to complete the road,, select the appropriate solution for Vietnam.

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