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The workshop to announce the Digital Transformation Index (DTI) 2020. — Photo hanoimoi.com.vn

 

Danang leads the rankings in the Digital Transformation Index (DTI) Report 2020 in all three pillars of digital government, digital economy, and digital society according to Vietnam News.

 

The Ministry of Finance is the leading agency in the rankings at the ministerial level in providing online public services.

 

This is information from the workshop on the Digital Transformation Index (DTI) of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, government agencies and provinces and centrally run cities last year held in Hanoi on Wednesday.

 

Last year is the first year that the Ministry of Information and Communications evaluates the Digital Transformation Index (DTI) of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, agencies of provinces and municipalities.

 

The DTI 2020 report is compiled from four data sources collected including digital transformation report data of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, Government agencies and provinces and municipalities in the year; social survey data of people, businesses, officials, civil servants, and public employees; evaluation data of experts on digital transformation and information technology; assessment data on cyberspace supervised by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

 

The results of the digital transformation assessment at ministerial and provincial levels aim to provide an overall picture of digital transformation in Vietnam last year; and at the same time monitor, evaluate, and rank the results of the annual digital transformation of ministries, provinces, and cities to have solutions for the future.

 

The top ten provinces and cities with the highest digital transformation index are Đanang, Thừa Thiên - Huế, Bắc Ninh, Quảng Ninh, HCM City, Tiền Giang, Cần Thơ, Ninh Bình, Kiên Giang, and Bắc Giang.

 

Danang Top

 

With a DTI of 0.4874 points, Đanang is the leading locality in the rankings in all three pillars of digital government, digital economy, and digital society.

 

The Ministry of Finance is the leading agency in the DTI 2020 rankings at the ministerial level with 0.4944 points, followed by the State Bank of Vietnam (0.4932 points), the Ministry of Planning and Investment (0.4701 points), Vietnam Social Security (0.4643 points) and the Ministry of Health (0.4582 points).

 

The Authority of Information Technology Application, the Ministry of Information and Communications, said that the provincial digital transformation index report evaluated and measured the digital transformation level of provinces and cities according to three pillars including digital government, digital economy, and digital society.

 

The average provincial DTI 2020 is 0.3026 points.

 

The average DTI of the ministries providing public services is 0.3982 points. The average DTI of ministries that do not provide public services is 0.2342 points.

 

According to the evaluation score, the results of digital transformation of ministries, ministerial-level agencies, Governmental agencies and provinces and centrally run cities in 2020 are in the beginning stages.

 

The transformation of awareness and institutional creation is done quite well to create favourable conditions for State agencies and businesses to participate in the digital transformation process more conveniently.

 

Up to now, 12 of 63 provinces and cities have issued resolutions on digital transformation; 50 of 92 ministries, ministerial-level agencies, agencies directly under the Government and provinces and municipalities have issued digital transformation programmes or plans for the 2021-2025 period. — VNS

 

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