The Ministry of Information and Communications' IT Application
Department said the department will urge state offices at the central
and local levels to apply IT to their operations in 2013.
The move is part of the national programme on IT application for state agencies by 2015.
According to the plan on promotion of IT using in state offices,
people's committees of cities and provinces managed directly by the
central government must implement electronic records, management of
electronic information, security of information and training of IT
staff, the department said.
State offices must build a
roadmap to send electronic records with paper records to all other state
offices. This is aimed to reach the goal of 60 percent of official
documents exchanged electronically at State offices by 2015.
They must promote e-mail and information systems to send or receive
administrative documents between state offices and other offices.
They must complete or improve their electronic information sites to
have 80 percent of state management offices, from department level to
beyond, operating websites.
They have to ensure
information security for their electronic information systems. They
would also have to authenticate digital signatures for the safety of
e-mail and e-document exchange.
offices at the central level must build information systems for specific
sectors, including a list of online public services and projects for