The central steering committee for reforming public service on September 29 launched its website designed to serve as a bridge between the committee and its provincial chapters, public and civil servants as well as the public.

Public service reform is expected to eliminate partisan and exclusive benefits of some individuals, said Tran Anh Tuan, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and the steering committee’s Deputy Director.

The website at will provide guidance on how to carry out the tasks set by the public service reform project, the latest documents issued by the committee and news on reform activities by ministries, agencies and localities.

The public service reform project has been carried out since 2012 under Decision No.1557/2012/QD-TTG issued by the Prime Minister in 2012 as part of the government’s effort to promptly build a professional, responsible, energetic and transparent public service system.-VNA