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Resolution No. 01 on major tasks and solutions guiding the realization of the socio-economic development plan in 2021
VGP - The Government has issued Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP on major tasks and solutions guiding the realization of the socio-economic development plan in 2021.

I. GOVERNMENT’S ACTION MOTTO AND KEY DIRECTIONS

The Government determines that 2021’s action motto is “Solidarity, discipline, renovation, creativity and aspiration for development” with key directions as follows:

1. Conduct thorough preparations for successful organization of the 13th National Party Congress, the 15th National Assembly election and the People’s Councils election at all levels for the 2021-2026 term. Act resolutely, with specific action plans and agendas right in the first year of the term to realize the objectives, tasks and solutions laid out in the 5-year Socio-economic development plan (2021-2025 period) and the 10-year Socio-economic development strategy (2021-2030 period).

2. Continue to resolutely, flexibly and effectively pursue the “dual goal” of COVID-19 pandemic containment and recovery in the new normal. Closely, synchronously, effectively coordinate different fiscal, monetary and other policies to appropriately stimulate aggregate demand, remove obstacles in production and sales to foster growth; while maintaining macroeconomic stability, with inflation kept under control and macroeconomic balances secured. Step up the restructuring of the economy in conjunction with renovating the growth model. Closely monitor developments in the domestic and international situation, timely forecast and prepare plans, scenarios, measures and countermeasures with problems and developments that newly arise.

3. Continue to refine and improve the quality of the comprehensive, synchronous, modern and integrated socialist-oriented market economic institutions; effectively handle the relationships between the State, the market and the society, between economic growth and cultural development, social progress, maintenance of social equality and environmental protection. Mobilize and put to use resources according to market mechanisms. Enhance discipline and effectiveness in the process of building and refining the legal system in conjunction with strictly enforcing the law. Renovate and modernize national administration. Build a lean and effective socialist ruled-by-law State apparatus. Improve the effectiveness of the anti-corruption, anti-wastefulness work as well as the handling of appeals and denunciations.

4. Resolutely pursue public administration reform, with a focus on public administrative procedures, ensuring effectiveness and substantiality in conjunction with promoting national digital transformation, the provision of public services to the people and enterprises, the creation of an open and favorable business environment, the vigorous attraction of investment and the promotion of innovative start-up enterprises.

5. Vigorously promote the cultural values and the intellect of the Vietnamese people; igniting the aspiration for national development, the will of self-reliance and national pride. Fundamentally and comprehensively renovate education and training with an emphasis on developing high quality human resources; promote the attraction and the retention of talents. Vigorously develop science and technology, renovate, innovate and digitally transform to create breakthroughs in terms of productivity, quality, efficiency and the economy’s competitiveness. Promote the application and transfer of technology; master some of the new and strategically important technologies. Focus on ensuring the provision of social welfare and the improvement of the people’s living standards. Strengthen management of natural resources, protect the environment, prevent and control natural disasters as well as epidemics and respond to climate change.

6. Continue to refine the system of socio-economic infrastructure, especially with regard to transportation and energy while adapting to climate change; strongly and synchronously develop digital infrastructure, creating a foundation for the development of digital economy and digital society. Accelerate the progress of key national projects and regional connectivity projects, ensuring water security as well as dams and reservoirs’ safety; increase the effectiveness of regional linkages, bringing into play the role of key economic areas and large metropolises.

7. Consolidate national defense and security; promote diplomacy and international integration; maintain independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and peaceful and stable environment for quick and sustainable development; enhance the prestige of our country in the international arena.

8. Effectively conduct communication work, timely report on and spread information about positive agents to contribute to consolidating faith and creating consensus throughout society. Increase the effectiveness of coordination between different organs of the political system, bring into play the power of the great national solidarity bloc for accomplishment of socio-economic development objectives and tasks that have been set.

II. MAJOR TASKS AND SOLUTIONS

1. Effectively carry out tasks related to organization of the National Party Congress, the elections for the National Assembly and the People’s Councils at all levels; promulgate action plans to promptly implement Resolutions of the Party and the National Assembly

a) Synchronously, timely and effectively carry out the working plans and agendas that serve the purpose of organizing the 13th National Party Congress, the 15th National Assembly election and the People’s Councils election at all levels for the 2021-2026 term.

b) Promptly develop and promulgate action plans and working agendas to carry out the 13th National Party Congress’ Resolution as well as other conclusions or resolutions of the Party and the National Assembly.

c) Develop and then resolutely and effectively realize a number of key tasks and solutions, which includes restructuring the economy, the financial system and public investments.

2. Continue to flexibly and effectively pursue “dual goal” of COVID-19 containment and recovery in new normal

a) Strengthen leadership and step up propagation to raise awareness about pandemic prevention and control; continue to reinforce the state of new normal. Control border and effectively deter external sources of infection. Consider resumption of international commercial flights when the conditions are suitable, ensuring that this meets the requirements of the COVID-19 prevention and control requirement. Accelerate the process of research and international cooperation in developing vaccine and devise a solution so that the people could be vaccinated as soon as possible.

b) Proactively allocate resources to carry out appropriate and timely solutions (which includes solutions regarding credit, finance, state budget, tax, fees …) to remove obstacles and support enterprises as well as workers that have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially  in such fields like tourism and aviation transport …

3. Continue to refine socialist-oriented market economy institutions, creating a favorable environment for recovery, fast and sustainable growth through maintaining macroeconomic stability and enhancing resilience of the economy

a) Seriously and effectively realize the Politburo’s Conclusion No. 83-KL/TW dated July 29, 2020 on reviewing the implementation of the 9th Politburo’s Resolution No. 48-NQ/TW on the strategy for building and refining the Vietnamese legal system until 2010, with an orientation towards 2020. Strengthen discipline and increase effectiveness in the process of building and refining the legal system in conjunction with strictly enforcing the law. Closely supervise the promulgation of legal documents, especially documents regarding investment and business conditions, public administrative procedures, the regime of specialized reports and inspection, standards and protocols. Timely promulgate legal documents on detailed implementation of newly-adopted Laws with quality ensured.

b) Review, amend and supplement legal provisions, mechanisms and policies, especially in fields such as state budgets, tax, land, natural resources, environment, investment, construction, commerce, market surveillance … in order to ensure the consistency of the legal system, free up resources for development, creating an open and favorable environment for investments and businesses. Accelerate the development of financial, securities and insurance markets; further manage the enterprises’ bonds market. Develop the labor market in the direction of transparency, competitiveness and integration, with diversity in the methods of linking the labor supply with labor demand, effectively and reasonably putting to use human resources.

c) Focus on refining legal provisions, accelerate the process of implementing the autonomy mechanism and raise the quality as well as the efficiency of public service delivery units. Promulgate the index of public service delivery units that use the state budgets, and of economic-technological quotas to serve as the basis to determine the prices of public services.

d) Proactively and flexibly administer the monetary policies, ensuring systemic safety; closely coordinating them with fiscal and other policies in order to remove obstacles in production and sales, aid economic recovery and growth in alignment with the goal of controlling inflation and maintaining macroeconomic stability. Reasonably administer credit growth in conjunction with raising credit quality, with a focus on prioritized fields; bring into play the effectiveness of social policies credit; carry out solutions to help overcome the consequences of natural disasters and epidemics; closely supervise and control credit in fields with many potential risks. Develop a variety of banking credit services, playing a part in curbing usury.

dd) Bolster the restructuring of the state budget and enhance financial – budgetary discipline, preventing the loss of revenue, transfer pricing and tax evasion, reducing the rate of tax arrears. Modernize the system of taxes, customs and state treasuries, extend the implementation of electronic invoices. Prioritize the allocation of resource towards development; radically cut down on expenditures that are not urgently needed, especially frequent expenditures, reduce expenditures on conferences, domestic and international work trips to a minimum. Review, restructure and renovate the operating mechanisms of state financial funds. Continue to implement the special financial mechanisms for certain administrative organs of the state until salary reform is implemented according to Resolution 27-NQ/TW dated May 21, 2018 of the Party Central Committee. Raise the efficiency in the management and usage of public debts, not letting them affect the national credit ratings.

e) Openly and transparently administer electricity prices, petrol prices as well as other essential goods and services that can affect the people’s production, sales and consumption. Ensure the balance between the supply and the demand of essential goods, stabilizing market prices, especially around holidays and New Year celebrations. Further inspect and strictly handle acts of prices hiking, hoarding goods for speculation, market manipulation and counterfeiting goods; devise synchronous and timely solutions to combat smuggling, commercial frauds and origin frauds, not letting them affect national trade, appropriately protect domestic production and consumption.

g) Promote the expansion and diversification of export and import markets to reduce dependence on a single market. Further promote trade in conjunction with constructing brands for Vietnamese goods. Proactively maintain harmonious trade relations with large partners. Support business networking through digital platforms and exports through large e-commerce platforms. Effectively implement Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) that have been signed; timely support enterprises, especially small and medium sized enterprises to take advantage of incentives; continue to negotiate and sign FTA with partners. Step up the safeguarding measures, build and effectively operate the Early warning system for trade remedies in a manner that aligns with international commitments in order to protect domestic production and support enterprises in dealing with foreign trade remedy litigations.

h) Focus on developing domestic market, stimulating the circulation and consumption of Vietnamese products. Increase the connectivity between production and the market, develop distribution system. Diversify forms of trade infrastructure, harmoniously combining traditional trade infrastructure with modern trade infrastructure. Focus on institutional refinement and create a favorable environment for the vigorous development of e-commerce, step up the management of cross-border e-commerce; timely detect and strictly handle violations in e-commerce activities as well as the sale of e-commerce platforms.

4. Foster economic restructuring in conjunction with transforming growth model and increasing the productivity, quality, efficiency, self-reliance and competitiveness of the economy based on scientific and technological innovation

a) Promote the shift in the industrial composition in the direction of expanding the processing and manufacturing industries while narrowing down the role of manual assembly; focus on developing certain strategic industries, new technologies, high tech industrial production and supporting industries, etc. Focus on strongly developing processing and manufacturing industries along with smart technologies and digital transformation to raise productivity, quality, efficiency and competitiveness. Accelerate the progress of large industrial projects with spillover effects.

b) Restructure the agricultural industry in a manner that is regionally appropriate in conjunction with developing the rural economy and securing the livelihood of agricultural laborers; promote large scale agricultural production in accordance with the needs of the market, increase added value and develop sustainably, apply advanced technologies in conjunction with preservation, processing and consumption that follows the value chain. Encourage the development of green and clean agriculture, ecological agriculture, organic agriculture along with smart and high-tech agriculture, responding to climate change. Appropriately transform the composition of crops and livestock, firmly ensuring efficiency and food security; step up the restructuring of pig herds, promote the practice of implementing the VietGAP agricultural procedure in livestock breeding, ensuring that the breeding process is safe from epidemics, biologically safe and environmentally-friendly. Closely monitor the developments of epidemics and natural disasters so that prevention and damage control measures can be proactively and effectively devised. Promote zoning to regenerate forests and the planting of new forests, prioritizing the planting of large wooden forests; increase the efficiency and growth of the forestry sector. Invest in aquacultural infrastructure, diversify aquatic species and aquaculture methods; promote offshore aquaculture in conjunction with protecting and developing aquatic resources following international regulations and norms. Build the national target program on new rural development for the 2021-2025 period then synchronously and effectively carry out the program once it has been approved by the authorized level of government.

c) Continue to restructure the transportation services industry towards increasing the market share of waterway vehicles and railways; focus on developing multimodal transportation; raise the capabilities and decrease the costs of logistics services. Synchronously and flexibly implement policies to stimulate demand and recover domestic tourism; raise the service quality and develop smart tourism eco-systems. Develop sustainable information and communications market; focus on developing digital technologies enterprises.

d) Build mid-term public investment plans in the direction of raising quality and effectiveness along with concentrating resources in order to accelerate the process of economic restructuring and growth model renovation. Focus on completing and improving the quality of the investment preparation efforts, especially with regards to large projects. Resolutely implement measures right from the beginning of the year to step up disbursement in association with raising the efficiency of public investment capital management and usage; regularly supervise and urge, turning disbursement outcomes into the responsibilities of leaders in organs and units; resolutely cut down on or transfer state budget-funded investment capital held by ministries, branches, localities and projects that disburse slowly to ministries, branches, localities and projects with better disbursement capabilities.

dd) Continue to direct the restructuring of credit organizations, especially those that perform poorly; reinforce and rectify the system of people’s credit funds; increase control over credit quality and limit the incurrence of bad debts, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic’s complicated developments. Further inspect and supervise credit organizations’ activities, especially when it comes to fields with potentially high risks.

e) Continue to review and appropriately narrow down the range of industries and fields that the State holds 100% of capital. Refine mechanisms and policies, step up the process of restructuring, equitizing and divesting state capital from enterprises as well as equitizing public service delivery units that could meet the conditions. Build and implement management frameworks that follow international standards in state-owned economic groups, corporations and enterprises. Strictly maintain discipline with regards to the management and usage of state investment capital and state-owned properties at enterprises, ensuring openness and transparency. Increase effectiveness in the coordination between the Commission for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises (CMSC) and relevant ministries, branches or organs. Focus on thoroughly handling inefficient, loss-making projects, especially projects in the field of industry and commerce.

g) Promote comprehensive digital transformation, build and refine the legal framework for new forms of businesses, the digital economy and the provision of public services. Promulgate regulatory sandboxes for new products, solutions, services, business models and technologies, such as: the sharing economy, the night time economy, smart metropolises, … timely meeting the developmental needs of the economy. Accelerate and comprehensively carry out the program to support the digital transformation of Vietnamese enterprises, with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises. Build the infrastructure for the digital economy and digital society along with the infrastructure for smart connectivity, the development of artificial intelligence and internet of things. Gradually create the infrastructure for the 5G network. Increase the usage of the digital technology - communications shared infrastructure as well as shared platforms.

Accelerate the process of E-Government development, with an orientation towards a digital Government, a digital economy and a digital society in conjunction with refining institutions, restructuring professional procedures and safeguarding cybersecurity. Develop and refine information systems along with core and foundational databases for the E-Government; foster data connection, integration and sharing. Increase the usage of electronic documents and digital signatures, promote the practice of handling work in the online environment and hosting online meetings; deploy the National Information Reporting System for reports and socio-economic indicators, connecting it to the Government Operations Center. Continue to restructure procedures in order to integrate and provide public services leveled 3 to 4 online; step up the integration of payment services on the National Public Service Portal. Urgently carry out the sharing of public administrative data between management organs of the state in order to formulate a national system for statistical information with the purpose of aiding the administrative work at all levels. 

h) Vigorously develop and increase the efficiency of the collective economy, with the core being cooperatives. Select and replicate exemplary models of cooperatives with suitable scale and efficiency. Vigorously develop the private economy, harmoniously combining economic efficiency with social responsibilities and environmental protection, promote the link between domestic enterprises and FDI enterprises. Encourage the development of medium and large-scaled private enterprises and enhance the branding of Vietnamese enterprises; promote start-ups and innovation, support small and medium-sized enterprises in order to take advantage of the domestic market and participate in the global value chain.

5. Further mobilize and effectively use resources; accelerate the process of creating and approving planning schemes as well as the progress of key socio-economic infrastructure projects; vigorously develop marine economy; increase regional connectivity; bring into play the role of key economic zones and large metropolises; step up new rural development

a) Further mobilize and effectively use investment resources with a focus on bringing into play the economy’s internal strengths, while also continuing to mobilize ODA capital and preferential loans from sponsors, selectively attract external investment resources, especially the regional and global shifting currents of FDI capital. Promote investments in the form of public-private partnership.

b) Concentrate resources for key transportation infrastructure projects such as the Eastern North-South highway, the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway and some key transregional transportation projects in the North, especially in the North West region; accelerate the process of implementing the electronic toll collection (ETC) method in road user charges collection; concentrate investments on phase 01 of Long Thanh International Airport and invest into the expansion the following international airports: Tan Son Nhat, Noi Bai, Da Nang. Accelerate the process of constructing and upgrading regional-linking coastal roads, coastal economic zones and coastal metropolises throughout the country. Continue to develop the system of national ports and international gateway ports in key economic zones; with investments in the infrastructure of coastal economic zones prioritized. Appropriately develop the socio-economic infrastructure of rural areas, mountainous areas and disadvantageous areas in order to create a foundation to promote development in these regions.

c) Concentrate on removing obstacles in key projects of the electricity industry, maximally mobilize resources to ensure the sufficient provision of electricity for production and consumption, as it is imperative to avoid an electricity shortage. Ensure that electricity growth matches economic growth. Encourage the vigorous participation of the non-state economic sector and diversify the development of electricity supply, ensuring efficiency and sustainability. Implement measures to reduce energy loss, save and efficiently use electricity in production, transmission as well as distribution. Review small and medium-sized hydroelectric facilities, ensure the reasonable composition of energy sources in conjunction with the protection of the environment.

d)  Accelerate the process of devising and approving national, regional, provincial, urban and rural master plans for the 2021-2030 period. Ensure sufficient land for the attraction of investments and expansion of production. Bolster intraregional and transregional connectivity and international integration, taking advantage of the specialized functions of different regions, bringing into play the role of key economic zones and large metropolises. Vigorously develop the marine economy, ensuring the people’s livelihood in conjunction with protecting the sovereignty in the islands and the seas.

dd) Strengthen the management of metropolises, effectively handling transportation issues, floods, environmental and waste issues in urban areas. Continue to review and update the urban database.

e) Review and refine the legal framework, mechanisms and support polices regarding new rural development; appropriately allocate resources towards new rural development. Raise the quality of the “The entire country joins hands for new rural development in conjunction with restructuring the agriculture industry” emulation movement.

6. Effectively use and raise the quality of human resources in conjunction with accelerating innovation, application and development of technologies

a) Synchronously implement mechanisms, policies and solutions to develop human resources, especially high-quality human resources; raise the quality of human resources in conjunction with the quick shift in the work force composition, especially in rural areas. Devise appropriate mechanisms to attract, retain and nurture talents, building the intelligentsia in the new era.

b) Continue fundamental and comprehensive reform of education and training. Review and develop the network of educational and training facilities throughout the country; standardize and raise the quality of teachers, lecturers and education management cadres at all levels. Assure quality in the process of renovating the general education curriculum and textbooks in accordance with the National Assembly’s Resolution 88/2014/QH13 and Resolution 51/2017/QH14, while also ensuring that the process stays on schedule. Continue to effectively implement the new general education curriculum. Raise the quality of foreign languages teaching; further educate students on moral values, lifestyle and skills; ensure school safety. Step up decentralization in state management and entrust self-management rights to educational institutions. Step up the school management work as well as the application of information technologies in education and training.

c) Effectively implement mechanisms and policies to develop vocational education. Renovate methods of training with an orientation towards modernity and the application of information technologies. Focus on developing human resources equipped with vocational skills, train and re-train laborers so that they can adapt to the 4th Industrial Revolution. Step up vocational training for ethnic minorities, people with disabilities and other disadvantaged social groups; devise and carry out start-up or job promotion programs for students.

d) Continue to effectively carry out research tasks to aid production and other aspects of life, most notably the prevention and control of the COVID-19 pandemic along with vaccine research and production. Raise the scientific and technological potential. Restructure and effectively implement National science and technology programs. Renovate management and financial mechanisms with regard to scientific and technological tasks, creating a favorable environment for scientists and the participation of enterprises; refine the autonomy mechanism of public scientific and technological organizations. Promote the national eco-system of start-ups and innovation, step up the cooperation between universities, research institutions and the industrial sector (or more broadly, enterprises), bringing into play the role of the innovation centers system. Devise mechanisms and policies to vigorously attract high-tech resources from world leading corporations.

7. Associate cultural and social development, social progress and social equality harmoniously with economic development

a) Continue to effectively realize the Politburo’s Conclusion No. 76-KL/TW dated June 04, 2020 of the Politburo and Resolution No. 33-NQ/TW dated June 9, 2014 of the 11th-tenure Party Central Committee’s 9th Plenum on building and developing Vietnamese culture and people to meet the demands for sustainable national development. Prioritize resources in order to restore and bring into play the national cultural heritage. Create a healthy cultural environment, practice a civilized lifestyle in festivals, promote the “The entire people unitedly build a cultural life” movement. Step up the socialization of cultural and artistic creative activities in order to raise the people’s level of cultural enjoyment… Build a database on families; step up the implementation of solutions regarding the management and provision of public services related to families.

b) Raise the quality of the “The entire people exercise following the example of great Uncle Ho” movement; diversify the forms of exercising at the grassroots level; renovating the content and methods of organizing mass sports activities. Further nurture and train sports talents, raise the capabilities and achievements in high performance sports; prepare all necessary conditions and successfully organize SeaGames 31 as well as ASEAN Para Games 11.

c) Continue to implement Resolution No. 20-NQ/TW of the 12th-tenure Party Central Committee on enhancing the people’s health protection, improvement and care in the new situation, as well as Resolution No. 21-NQ/TW of the 12th-tenure Party Central Committee on the population work in the new situation. Develop the network of grassroots healthcare facilities in order to meet the demands and fulfill the tasks of the new situation. Concentrate on monitoring and managing the people’s health, increase the use of tele-treatment and technological transfer to lower tiered facilities. Raise the capabilities of the preventive healthcare system; research, produce, test and accredit vaccines, bio-products as well as medical equipment to ensure proactiveness in the prevention, control and treatment of diseases and epidemics. Ensure healthcare security and food safety. Raise the quality of immunization as well as diseases diagnosis and treatment, renovate the training of healthcare human resources, promote the researching and application of technologies along with the digital transformation process in the field of healthcare, raising the people’s satisfaction. Closely combine traditional medicine with modern medicine. Continue to implement the roadmap towards accurate and cost-accounted prices for healthcare services, in conjunction with the roadmap towards universal healthcare insurance; increase decentralization, autonomy in conjunction with accountability, ensuring openness and transparency. Firmly maintain the replacement fertility rate throughout the country and reduce the sex ratio imbalance at birth. Raise the accessibility of elderly, maternal and children healthcare services.

d) Implement the Politburo’s Conclusion no. 92-KL/TW dated November 05, 2020 on the continued implementation of the Resolution of the 11th Party Central Committee’s 5th Plenum on several issues regarding social polices in the 2012-2020 period. Develop a comprehensive, inclusive system of social policies, ensuring equality in terms of accessibility. Continue to synchronously and effectively implement policies, programs and schemes to create jobs, implement public job policies and polices to aid the youth’s start-ups. Aid the creation of jobs, improve working conditions in the informal sector and for disadvantaged groups of workers. Continue to expand the coverage of social insurance, unemployment insurance, labor accidents insurance and the insurance for occupational diseases. Build harmonious, stable and progressive labor relations in the new situation; ensuring labor safety. Raise the awareness of workers and employers about the implementation of policies regarding wages, social insurance, unemployment insurance, labor accidents insurance and the insurance for occupational diseases.

dd) Refine the multi-dimensional approach to poverty measurement in conjunction with sustainable development goals in the 2021-2025 period. Replicate effective models of poverty reduction and bring into play the community-based poverty reduction initiatives. Further mobilize and ignite the will to advance and actively escape poverty. Synchronously and effectively implement poverty reduction policies, programs and schemes with an orientation towards sustainability and inclusivity, increasing the beneficiaries’ accessibility as well as the poor’s participation.

e) Fully, effectively, openly and transparently implement preferential policies for people with meritorious services to the revolution, ensuring convenience and safety in payment, encouraging payment through public postal organizations. Effectively provide healthcare for people with meritorious services to the revolution. Continue to implement the Scheme to identify the remains of martyrs with insufficient information; complete the database on martyrs, the relatives of martyrs, the martyrs’ tombs and cemeteries. Promote the Showing Gratitude and the “When drinking water, think of its source” movements, mobilize resources throughout society along with the aid policies of the State in order to better care for the lives of people with meritorious services to the revolution, especially regarding housing.

g) Effectively implement regular and extraordinary aid policies for disadvantaged social groups. Develop community-based care models for people with special circumstances, encourage the participation of the private sector in the deployment of care models for the elderly, orphans and people with disabilities. Increase the use of information technologies in the payment of social insurance and welfare benefits to the people. Step up the development of social housing in metropolises, housing for workers in industrial zones, rental housing, housing for low-income people and low-priced commercial housing.

h) Effectively actualize children rights and International Conventions on children's rights that Viet Nam has ratified. Increase media coverage on children's rights, child protection and the prevention of violence and child abuse; reduce the rate of drowning children. Develop a database on children from the central level to the local levels. Further assess, check and inspect the implementation of legal policies on the prevention of child abuse. Effectively organize the implementation of the 2020 Youth Law. Effectively implement policies to promote gender equality and the advancement of women; increase women's participation in management positions and elected organs. Diversify communication efforts to raise awareness about gender equality and the prevention of domestic violence.

i) Firmly grasp the Party’s stance and guideline on the issues of ethnicities and national unity; implement the overall scheme on socio-economic development in ethnic minority communities and mountainous areas (2021-2030 period), the National Target Program on socio-economic development in ethnic minority communities and mountainous areas (2021-2030 period) and fulfill tasks related to ethnic affairs.

k) Effectively conduct the state’s management of religion, especially at the grassroots level; mull over development of policies with an aim of creating favorable conditions for religious organizations to participate in the mobilization for socio-economic development along with the practicing of a cultured and civilized lifestyle. Effectively organize religious external affairs activities. Ensure security regarding religion and combat against the slanderous claims of hostile forces.

l) Continue to deal with currently existing and potential traffic accident blackspots; improve quality in the training and testing of drivers, the issuance of driver licenses and the accreditation of vehicles; strengthen the management of transportation businesses and control the load of vehicles. Step up communication and education efforts on the mass media, launch and put into practice the movement for the participation of the whole people in preventing and combatting social evils.

8) Efficiently and sustainably manage, exploit and use natural resources, protecting the environment; proactively and effectively respond to climate change; step up natural disaster prevention, control and mitigation

a) Synchronously refine mechanisms, policies and laws on natural resource management, environmental protection and climate change adaptation. Remove obstacles, especially in public administrative procedures; amend and supplement provisions, sequences and procedures that are ambiguous or overlapping, ensuring consistency, feasibility, openness and transparency, especially in the management, exploitation and use of land, water and other natural resources. Focus on building information systems and databases on land, connecting them to tax organs. Beef up the handling and rearrangement of land originating from state-owned farms and forests. Further examine and assess forests and water resources. Strictly manage the existing natural forest area while improving forest cover and quality. Step up international cooperation, efficiently and sustainably use water resources. Build a national water resources database in conjunction with the water security strategy; ensuring the supply of clean and hygienic water to the people, especially people in rural areas and ethnic minorities. Strictly handle violations in the exploitation and usage of water resources as well as acts of polluting water sources.

b) Effectively implement the amended Law on Environmental Protection. Refine mechanisms to promote the circular economic model. Strictly control the environment of industrial parks and craft villages. Strengthen measures to prevent risks of environmental incidents. Promote and attract investments into waste treatment and recycling processes that use processing technologies or biotechnology instead of direct burial. Restore the environment in river basins; improve the urban air environment; conserve and develop endemic ecosystems.

c) Actively implement Directive No. 42-CT/TW dated March 24, 2020 of the Secretariat on the Scheme to strengthen the Party's leadership in natural disaster response; Resolution No. 120/NQ-CP dated November 17, 2017 of the Government on the sustainable and climate-resident development of the Mekong Delta. Mull over development of comprehensive solutions to prevent and control natural disasters in regions with high disaster risks; concentrate resources on developing the Mekong Delta and regions highly affected by climate change. Develop maps to provide warnings about areas where large scale landslides and subsidence may occur. Promote socialization, improve the hydrometeorological monitoring, forecasting and warning capabilities, with a focus on forecasting and providing warnings about natural disasters related to storms, tropical depressions, floods, flash floods, landslides and mudslides. Improve natural disaster prevention and control capabilities as well as search and rescue capabilities; enhance communication efforts and raise the community’s awareness, apply advanced technologies, refine tools that support the administration of natural disaster prevention and control efforts; effectively organize community-based disaster risk management.

9. Foster public administration reforms, improve the effectiveness and efficiency of state management as well as the quality of cadres, civil servants and public employees; build a public administration that serves the people; step up anti-corruption, practice thrift, fight wastefulness and handle complaints and denunciations

a) Beef up the decentralization of state management according to branch and field, ensuring consistency in management, and that the proactiveness, creativity and responsibilities of different levels, branches and localities are brought into play. Review and consolidate administrative organs of the state with an orientation towards leanness, effectiveness and efficiency. Closely manage the arrangement, adjustment, creation and classification of administrative units at all levels.

b) Streamline the state sector and restructure the system of cadres, civil servants and public employees. Deploy the Scheme for the development of the database on cadres, civil servants and public employees in state administrative organs, the Scheme for the rearrangement and reorganization of cadres, civil servants and public employees training facilities that are under the management of organs in the political system (until 2030) and the National Program on foreign languages learning for cadres, civil servants and public employees; focus on fostering training according to ranks, grades, standards and titles. Step up the application of information technologies in civil servants’ recruitment and rank promotion exams, ensuring openness and transparency. Enhance discipline in public administration, uphold the responsibilities of leaders in state organs at all levels. Build and refine the new payroll based on job positions, titles and leadership status; reorganize currently existing allowance regimes; refine the salary and income management mechanisms.  

c) Continue to focus on reforming public administrative procedures; renovate the implementation of the one-stop shop, single window mechanisms in the handling of public administrative procedures with an orientation towards raising the service quality, overcoming geographical - administrative boundaries, applying information technologies, saving costs and ensuring convenience for individuals as well as organizations. Accelerate and effectively implement the Government’s Program for the reduction and simplification of provisions related to business activities in the 2020-2025 period. Continue to renovate specialized inspection activities with an orientation towards centralization, clear definition of authorities and the vigorous shift from “pre-check” mechanisms to the “post-check” mechanisms.

d) Make fundamental, sustainable, and substantial changes to the enforcement of civil and administrative judgements. Focus on settling key cases as well as complicated and prolonged cases. Continue to synchronously implement legal support activities to aid enterprises, with a focus on providing legal support for small and medium-sized enterprises to remove difficulties and obstacles, especially for enterprises that have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency in state management, apply information technology in the fields of judicial support and judicial administration, ensuring that the needs of the people are better served; accelerate the implementation of the Scheme for the development of the electronic national civil status database.

dd) Further inspect the state management of important fields in all branches and levels, ensuring objectivity and compliance with regulations. Focus specialized inspection efforts on areas where negative issues, corruption, and other pressing social issues are likely to occur. Strengthen coordination to limit and promptly handle overlaps in inspection, examination and auditing activities, not letting them cause difficulties for enterprises' production and sales activities. Refrain from criminalizing civil and economic relations.

e) Step up synchronous implementation of the guidelines, policies and laws on anti-corruption and anti-wastefulness; protect the people who detect and report corruption and wastefulness; devise provisions on handling the responsibilities of leaders in organs and units where corruption occurs as well as mechanisms to keep power in check and fight against illegal lobbying for promotion… Renovate the forms and methods of anti-corruption communication. Further monitor and evaluate the anti-corruption and anti-wastefulness work of ministries, branches and localities.

g) Continue effective implementation of the Prime Minister’s Directive No. 10/CT-TTg dated April 22, 2019 on further handling and effectively preventing acts of harassing people and enterprises.

h) Continue to effectively implement the Law on Citizen Reception, the Law on Appeals, the Law on Denunciations, resolutions and directives issued by the Party Central Committee and the National Assembly’s along with the directives of the Government and the Prime Minister on the reception of citizens as well as the settlement of appeals and denunciations, especially the Politburo’s Regulation No. 11-QD/TW dated February 18, 2019 of the Politburo providing responsibilities of Party secretaries in the reception of citizens, the direct dialogues with the people and the handling of the people’s feedbacks and suggestions. Effectively conduct the settling of large, complicated and prolonged cases of appeals and denunciations.

10. Consolidate national defense and security, firmly maintain political security, social order and safety, improve effectiveness of diplomatic activities and international integration, firmly maintain a peaceful, stable and favorable environment for the country’s development

a) Actively and effectively conduct strategic research task; grasp, assess and correctly forecast situations, promptly advise the Party and the State to formulate polices and countermeasures, victoriously handling different scenarios, avoid being passive and taken by surprise, especially with regards to complicated and sensitive issues related to independence, sovereignty, national interests, borders, seas, islands and political security; firmly maintain a peaceful and stable environment for national development. Increase resources to actualize the goal of military modernization; ensure national defense and security in close combination with economic, cultural and social development, especially in border and island areas as well as strategic and key regions. Strictly maintain combat readiness, closely manage the airspace, the seas, the borders, inland areas, key areas and the cyberspace; protect the operational safety of marine economic zones; prevent, control and overcome the consequences of natural disasters and conduct search and rescue. Step up the prevention and repression of criminal activities; strengthen the prevention of fire accidents, ensure a peaceful life for the people and build an orderly, disciplined, secure, safe and healthy society. Effectively implement the amended Law on Residence; produce, issue and manage Citizen Identity Cards in conjunction with switching the method of residence management – from residence books to electronic management. Qcuikly complete the national database on residence.

b) Ensure absolute security and safety of important political, cultural and diplomatic events of the country, including the 13th Party National Congress, the 15th National Assembly election and the election of deputies to the People's Councils at all levels for the 2021-2026 term.

c) Step up international integration, contribute to the maintenance of a peaceful, stable and favorable environment for national development. Promote and deepen bilateral relations with countries and partners, raising the level of multilateral diplomacy. Continue undertaking the role as non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Promote Viet Nam’s active and leading role in ASEAN, actively and responsibly participate in international and regional forums. Continue to pay attention to supporting the Vietnamese community abroad and effectively carry out the citizen protection work. Strengthen international cooperation in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Step up and renovate external communications, promote the image of Viet Nam, create a high level of consensus among the public with regards to international integration activities, improve the national prestige and status in the international arena.

11. Step up communication efforts to build trust and social consensus; improve the effectiveness of mass mobilization work, effectively implement grassroots democracy regulations, enhance coordination with the Viet Nam Fatherland Front, socio-political organizations and mass organizations

a) Focus on disseminating the Party’s guidelines and policies, the laws of the State and major events, especially the 13th National Party Congress and the elections for the National Assembly and the People’s Councils at all levels. Focus on propagation and encouragement of exemplary, ‘good people, good deeds’, role models as well as people who have risen above difficulties to spread positivity and ignite patriotism, national pride along with the aspirations for national development. Strictly implement the speech mechanism, strengthen the discipline of journalistic activities, promptly combat wrongful views and ideas. Effectively combat bad and malicious information; strictly handle cases in which the rights to freedom of speech are abused to violate the interests of the State as well as the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and citizens.

b) Continue to effectively promote coordination between organs in the political system, especially the role of the Viet Nam Fatherland Front, socio-political organizations and mass organizations; effectively conduct the mass mobilization work and implement the mechanisms of grassroots democracy, communicate to create social census, in order to contribute to successful realization of socio-economic development tasks and objectives that have been set in the Party and the National Assembly’s Resolutions.

III. ORGANIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION

1. Ministers, Headers of ministerial-level agencies, Government-attached bodies, Chairpersons of the People’s Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities:

a) Firmly grasp the motto of bringing into full play the positive aspects and the results achieved in recent years while promptly overcoming the shortcomings; quickly, effectively, substantially and comprehensively carry out tasks and solutions set out in the Conclusion of the 13th Plenum of the 12th-tenure Party Central Committee, Resolution of the National Assembly on socio-economic development plan for 2021 and other Resolutions of the Party and National Assembly along with the tasks and solutions stated in this Resolution; proactively carry out their own tasks and specific solutions, promptly handle problems that arise, create substantial changes right from the beginning of the year and be completely accountable to the Government and the Prime Minister with regards to their performance.

b) Before January 20, 2021, devise and promulgate Programs, Action plans and specific documents to implement this Resolution and accompanying appendixes - in which tasks, solutions, implementation timeline, and assignments of each unit must be clearly and comprehensively determined, then send them to the Ministry of Planning and Investment for synthesis and report to the Government at its regular meeting in January 2021.

c) Ministries and ministerial-level agencies: closely monitor domestic and international developments, proactively analyze, assess and forecast in order to formulate timely, comprehensive and synchronous solutions, taking advantage of opportunities, minimizing the negative impact on the economy and the business activities of enterprises; regularly update on a quarterly basis the development scenarios of industries and fields that belong to one’s area of management, send them to the Ministry of Planning and Investment so that the general national development scenario can be reviewed and updated.

d) Mull over development or submit to the authorized level for promulgation and implementation of specific policies to remove obstacles and support enterprises as well as people who are severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in a manner that is appropriate to the actual developments in the year.

dd) Regularly monitor, evaluate and update the fulfillment progress and results of the assigned tasks; on a quarterly basis review and evaluate the fulfillment of tasks in Appendixes No. 1 and 3 as well as tasks in Appendix 4, then send them to the Ministry of Planning and Investment before the 20th  day of the quarter’s final month so that they can be reviewed and reported to the Government.

e) Review and evaluate the implementation of the Resolution, send reports to the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Investment and Planning before November 20, 2021 so that they can be reviewed by the Government at its regular meeting in December 2021.

2. Ministries and branches assigned with the task of monitoring macroeconomic fields are responsible for closely and effectively coordinating in putting forward specific solutions and measures, and timely reporting to the Government and the Prime Minister about arising problems. The Ministry of Investment and Planning shall assume the prime responsibility for; and coordinate with the Government’s Office as well as relevant organs in the process of urging and monitoring the implementation of this Resolution.

3. The Ministry of Information and Communications shall assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Central Commission for Propagation and Education, the news agencies, the ministries, agencies and localities in disseminating this Resolution.

 

Appendix 1

MAJOR TARGETS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN 2021

(Attached to the Government's Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 1, 2021)

No

Targets

Unit

Plan in 2021 assigned by the National Assembly

Targets of the Government

M&E Leading Agency

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate

%

Approx. 6

Approx. 6.5

MPI

Per capita GDP

USD

Approx. 3,700

Approx. 3,700

MPI

Consumer Price Index (CPI) average growth rate

%

Approx. 4

Approx. 4

MPI

Total Factor Productivity (TFP) contribution to growth

%

Approx. 45-47

Approx. 45-47

MPI

Social Labor Productivity growth

%

Approx.  4.8

Approx.  4.8

MPI

Percentage of trained workers

%

Approx. 66

Approx. 66

MOLISA

- In which: Percentage of trained workers with degrees and certificates

%

Approx. 25.5

Approx. 25.5

Percentage of people with health insurance coverage

%

Approx. 91

Approx. 91

MOH

Rate of national multidimensional poverty reduction

% Point

1 - 1.5

1 - 1.5

MOLISA

Percentage of the urban population having access to clean water through centralized water supply systems

%

Over 90

Over 90

MOC

10 

Rate of urban daily-life solid waste collection and treatment

%

Over 87

Over 87

MOC

11 

Percentage of industrial parks and export processing zones in operation with centralized wastewater treatment system meeting environmental standards

%

Approx. 91

Approx. 91

MPI

12 

Forest coverage rate

%

Approx. 42

Approx. 42

MARD



Appendix 2

SCENARIO FOR GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT (GDP) GROWTH IN 2021 AT CONSTANT PRICES OF 2010

(Attached to the Government's Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 1, 2021)

Unit: %

No.

Sector

Scenario for GDP Growth in 2021

Quarter I

Quarter II

6 months

Quarter III

9 months

Quarter IV

Year

2021

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

5.12

7.11

6.22

6.71

6.43

6.67

6.50

1

Agriculture, forestry, and fishing

2.95

3.52

3.34

2.34

2.98

2.35

2.78

2

Industry and construction

7.11

9.75

8.56

8.97

8.77

10.08

9.00

a)

Industry

7.33

10.25

8.91

8.97

8.93

10.55

9.45

-

Mining and quarrying

-4.44

-2.35

-3.28

-3.46

-3.34

-3.96

-3.56

-

Manufacturing

8.60

11.56

10.21

10.27

10.23

12.92

11.06

-

Electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning production and supply

9.17

13.40

11.30

9.81

10.74

10.33

10.60

-

Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities

8.15

13.83

11.22

9.10

10.41

10.24

10.36

b)

Construction

5.74

7.23

6.63

6.29

6.49

7.78

7.00

3

Services

4.27

6.31

5.33

4.86

5.15

6.15

5.48

-

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

4.00

7.66

5.83

4.85

5.45

5.11

5.33

-

Transportation and storage

3.01

10.96

7.08

4.03

5.86

5.43

5.72

-

Accommodation and food service activities

2.76

3.17

2.96

1.97

2.57

2.72

2.62

-

Information and communication

4.31

4.38

4.35

4.42

4.37

7.73

5.44

-

Financial, banking and insurance activities

5.37

6.54

6.04

7.00

6.53

8.33

7.24

4

Product tax minus product subsidies

3.48

6.06

4.85

6.04

5.28

6.94

5.80


Appendix 3

SOME SPECIFIC INDICATORS FOR SECTORS AND AREAS IN 2021

(Attached to the Government's Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 1, 2021)

No.

Targets

Unit

Target for 2021

M&E Leading Agency

I

Macroeconomic targets

Bad debts ratio

%

< 3

SBV

Ratio of bad debts, bad debts sold to the Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) and bad debts that have implemented debt classification methods (excluding bad debts of weak commercial banks, debts rescheduled for repayment term and maintaining debt group as prescribed in Circular No. 01/2020/TT-NHNN of the State Bank of Vietnam)

%

< 5

SBV

Mobilization rate for the state budget

%

15.5

MOF

Tax arrear rate

%

<5

MOF

Revenue increase compared to the state budget estimates

%

3

MOF

Share of recurrent expenditures (excluding spending on wage reforms and downsizing)

%

61.5

MOF

Share of development investments

%

28.3

MOF

State budget deficit as share of GDP

%

4

MOF

Outstanding public debt-to-GDP ratio

%

46.1

MOF

10 

Government debt-to-GDP ratio

%

41.9

MOF

11 

Total exports growth

%

4-5

MOIT

12 

Ratio of total social investment per GDP

%

Approx. 34.5

MPI

II

Targets on improvement science technology development and innovation, and growth promotion

13 

Percentage of high-technology exports out of total goods exports

%

At least 50

MOST

14 

National innovation index

Ranking

In the group of top 3 countries in ASEAN

MOST

15 

Index of Industrial Production (IIP)

%

8

MOIT

16 

Total retail sales of consumer goods and services

%

8

MOIT

17 

B2C e-commerce market growth

%

20-22

MOIT

18 

Percentage of businesses adopting e-commerce

%

55

MOIT

III

Targets on development of infrastructure systems

19 

Electricity outcomes and imports by the entire national electricity system

billion Kwh

262-269

MOIT

 

Growth rate

%

5.2-8.0

 

20 

Commercial electricity outcomes of the whole system

billion Kwh

226-232

MOIT

 

Growth rate

%

5.6-8.3

 

21 

Average housing floor area

m2 floor area/person

25

MOC

22 

Rate of urbanization

%

40.5-41.5

MOC

23 

Fixed broadband subscribers per 100 people

subscribers

18

MIC

24 

Mobile broadband subscribers per 100 people

subscribers

82

MIC

25 

Rate of smartphone users to the number of mobile phone users

%

Over 90

MIC

26 

Percentage of households using fiber optic cable

%

60

MIC

27 

Percentage of villages with mobile or internet coverage

%

100

MIC

28 

Percentage of communes with a postal service point with a valet

%

100

MIC

29 

Percentage of households accessing essential TV channels through the network environment

%

Over 80

MIC

30 

Percentage of electronic books published

%

10

MIC

31 

Percentage of households with at least 1 smart device

%

Over 95

MIC

32 

Percentage of internet users

%

71

MIC

33 

Number of digital technology enterprises per 1,000 people

enterprise

0.7

MIC

IV

Targets on cultural and arts development, implementation of social progress and equity, and environmental protection

34 

Workers sent for working abroad under contracts

Person

90,000

MOLISA

35 

Social insurance participation rate of the labor force

%

35

MOLISA

36 

Unemployment insurance participation rate of the labor force

%

28

MOLISA

37 

Percentage of the population under health management scheme

%

60

MOH

38 

Average life expectancy (from birth)

Age

73.8

MOH

39 

Sex ratio at birth

boys/100 girls

111.4

MOH

40 

Number of hospital beds per 10,000 people

Bed

28.5

MOH

41 

Number of doctors per 10,000 people

Doctor

9.2

MOH

42 

Number of university graduate pharmacists per 10,000 people

Person

3.0

MOH

43 

Number of nurses per 10,000 people

Person

13.0

MOH

44 

Maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births

Person

45.5

MOH

45 

Infant mortality rate dying between birth and age 1 (per 1,000 live births)

13.7

MOH

46 

Mortality rate for <5-year-olds (per 1,000 live births)

20.4

MOH

47 

Underweight, malnutrition prevalence among children under 5 years of age (% weight-for-age)

%

11.7

MOH

48 

Stunting prevalence among children under 5 years of age (% height-for-age)

%

21

MOH

49 

Percentage of children under 1 year of age fully vaccinated

%

>95

MOH

50 

Percentage of communes meeting national criteria for healthcare in the 2021-2030 period

%

50

MOH

51 

Percentage of commune, ward, and township health stations with   doctor(s)

%

93

MOH

52 

Percentage of people's satisfaction with medical services

%

>80

MOH

53 

Percentage of workers at risk of occupational diseases under management and screening scheme(s)

%

25

MOH

54 

Percentage of hospital medical waste treated up to standards

%

91

MOH

55 

Enrolment rate of children at nursery

%

30

MOET

56 

Enrolment rate of pre-school children

%

92

MOET

57 

Number of provincial-level units meeting the standards of universal primary education level 2

province

63

MOET

58 

Number of provincial-level units meeting the standards of universal primary education level 3

province

21

MOET

59 

Number of provincial-level units meeting the standards of lower-secondary education (provinces meeting the standards of level 1)

province

50

MOET

60 

Number of provincial-level units meeting the standards of lower-secondary education (provinces meeting the standards of level 2)

province

37

MOET

61 

Number of provincial-level units meeting the standards of lower-secondary education (provinces meeting the standards of level 3)

province

13

MOET

62 

Percentage of people participating in training and retraining at continuing education establishments

%

45

MOET

63 

Results of reaching the literacy standards (provinces meeting the level-1 standard)

province

40

MOET

64 

Results of reaching the literacy standard (provinces meeting the level-2 standard)

province

60

MOET

65 

Percentage of university lecturers with doctorate degrees

%

28

MOET

66 

Percentage of rural population using hygienic water

%

91

MARD

67 

Percentage of communes meeting new rural standards

%

68

MARD

68 

Percentage of communes meeting environmental criteria in new rural construction

%

75

MARD

69 

Number of district-level units meeting standards/completing tasks on new rural construction

unit

193

MARD

70 

Strictly and promptly prevent and handle bad, malicious, or false information that can be detected and verified on social networks.

%

85-90

MIC

V

Targets on administrative reform and e-Government development, improvement of business and investment environment

71 

National average of administrative reform of Ministries and ministerial-level (Par-Index)

%

85.5

MOHA

72 

National average of administrative reform of provinces and centrally run cities national average (Par-Index)

%

82

MOHA

73 

National average of the Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services (SIPAS)

%

86

MOHA

74 

Downsize rate of payrolls of public servants receiving salaries from the state budget

%

Decrease by at least 10% of the number of civil servants assigned in 2015 (managed by the Government)

MOHA

75 

Downsize rate of non-business payrolls with salaries from the state budget

%

decrease by at least 10% of the number of employees assigned in 2015 (managed by the Government)

MOHA

76 

Percentage of ministries, sectors and localities renovating the implementation of the interconnected one-door mechanism in handling administrative procedures to improve service quality, not based on administrative boundaries

%

30

Government Office

77 

Provision rate of online public services at levels 3 and 4 out of the total number of administrative procedures under the authority of ministries, sectors, and localities on the National Public Service Portal compared to 2020

%

20

Government Office

78 

Percentage of online payment transactions on the National Public Service Portal on total payment transactions of public services.

%

25

Government Office

79 

Percentage of administrative procedures with financial obligation paid online on the National Public Service Portal.

%

50

Government Office

80 

Percentage of online payment service provision for domestic taxes on the National Public Service Portal.

%

100

Government Office

81 

Percentage of tier-2 and higher hospitals that provide online hospital fee payment on the National Public Service Portal.

%

50

Government Office

82 

Percentage of universities, colleges and intermediate education establishments that provide online tuition payment services on the National Public Service Portal.

%

30

Government Office

83 

Percentage of communes providing online notarization services.

%

35

Government Office

84 

Percentage of ministries, sectors and localities fully implementing the results of administrative procedure processing.

%

100

Government Office

85 

Percentage of administrative procedure processing results of ministries, sectors and localities fully synchronized on the National Public Service Portal.

%

100

Government Office

86 

Percentage of documents of electronic one-door system of ministries, sectors and localities synchronized to serve monitoring, supervision, and evaluation

%

100

Government Office

87 

Percentage of Reporting Information System of Ministries, sectors and localities being deployed and linked to the Government Reporting Information System.

%

100

Government Office

88 

Percentage of reporting regimes under the management of ministries, sectors, and localities reported to the Government and the Prime Minister being deployed on the Reporting Information System of ministries, sectors, and localities and linked to the Government’s Reporting Information System.

%

50

Government Office

89 

Percentage of reporting regimes under the management of ministries, sectors, and localities not required for submission to the Government and the Prime Minister being deployed on the Reporting Information System of ministries, sectors, and localities.

%

50

Government Office

90 

Percentage of National and specialized information systems and databases, one-stop shops at ministerial and provincial levels being connected and integrated into the Reporting Information Center, and direction and management of the Government and the Prime Minister

%

100

Government Office

91 

Percentage of key targets of the 2021 Socio-Economic Development Plan provided and integrated on the Government Reporting Information System, the Information Center, direction and management of the Government and the Prime Minister.

%

100

Government Office

92 

Percentage of departments and equivalent agencies under ministries, ministerial-level agencies, and government agencies that handle documents and work records (except for confidential documents) online

%

 

Government Office

 

For departments and equivalent agencies under ministries, ministerial-level agencies, and government agencies.

%

100

Government Office

 

For departments, sectors, and equivalent agencies under the People's Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities.

%

100

Government Office

 

For divisions, departments, and equivalent agencies under the district People's Committee.

%

80

Government Office

93 

Percentage of localities implementing the Meeting Information System and handling work of Provincial People's Councils and People's Committees.

%

50

Government Office

94 

Rate of simplification and reduction of regulations and compliance costs related to business activities in effective documents by the end of May 31, 2020

%

10-15

Government Office

95 

Percentage of bidding packages auctioned online by number[1]

%

70

MPI

96 

Percentage of bidding packages auctioned online by value[2]

%

35

MPI

                                                     Appendix 4

SPECIFIC TASKS FOR SECTORS AND AREAS IN 2021

(Attached to the Government's Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 1, 2021)

No.

TASKS

Deadline

M&E Leading Agency

I

Group of tasks on the development, monitoring and implementation of the legal system, creating an open and enabling investment and business environment that facilitates recovery and promotes rapid and sustainable growth on the basis of maintaining macroeconomic stability, controlling inflation, ensuring major balances, improving adaptation and resilience of the economy

Decree promulgating the working regulations of the Government (revised)

2021

Government Office

Plan to reduce and simplify regulations related to business activities of ministries and ministerial-level agencies

1st time: Before May 31, 2021; 2nd time: Before September 30, 2021

Government Office

Decree promulgating the application of administrative handling measures for education in communes, wards, and townships (replacing the Government's Decree No. 111/2013/ND-CP dated September 30, 2013 on the application of administrative handling measures for education in communes, wards and townships and the Government's Decree No. 56/2016/ND-CP dated June 29, 2016 amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decree No. 111/2013/ND-CP)

June

MOJ

Decree on registration of security measures

November

MOJ

Decree replacing Decree No. 101/2012/ND-CP dated November 22, 2012 on non-cash payment

March

SBV

Decree on a controlled testing mechanism for financial technology (Fintech) activities in the banking sector

Quarter IV

SBV

Promulgate a Government's Decree on preferential credit policies for the implementation of the National Target Program for socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas for the 2021 - 2030 period

Quarter IV

SBV

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 32/2017/ND-CP dated March 31, 2017 on State investment credit.

March

MOF

Decree amending and supplementing Decree No. 96/2018/ND-CP detailing prices of irrigation products and services and financial subsidies for irrigation product and service fees

June

MOF

10 

Decree regulating the management and use of houses and land for diplomatic activities of the State

June

MOF

11 

Decree on management mechanisms, mode, order, and procedures for quality and food safety inspection of imported goods.

June

MOF

12 

Decree on management and use of revenues from the transformation of ownership of enterprises and public non-business units and transfer of state capital

Quarter I

MOF

13 

Decree amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No. 08/2015/ND-CP dated January 21, 2015 detailing and implementing the Law on Customs regarding customs procedures, customs inspection, and supervision

September

MOF

14 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 120/2016/ND-CP dated August 23, 2016 detailing and guiding the implementation of a number of articles of the Law on Fees and Charges

July

MOF

15 

Decree on the connection and sharing of information in the fields of export, import, exit, entry, transit of goods, people and means of transport under the national single-window mechanism.

December

MOF

16 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 03/2017/ND-CP dated January 16, 2017 on casino business

December

MOF

17 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 06/2017/ND-CP dated January 24, 2017 on betting on horse racing, dog racing and international football.

December

MOF

18 

Decree replacing the Government's Decree No. 86/2013/ND-CP dated July 29, 2013 on prize-winning electronic games for foreigners

December

MOF

19 

Decree on the management, payment and settlement of projects using public investment capital

March

MOF

20 

Decision amending and supplementing Decision No. 53/2013/QD-TTg and Decision No. 10/2018/QD-TTg on temporary import, re-export, destruction and transfer of cars and motorbikes of subjects enjoying privileges and immunities in Viet Nam

January

MOF

21 

Decision amending and supplementing the Prime Minister's Decision No. 22/2019/QD-TTg dated June 26, 2019 on the implementation of policies to support agricultural insurance.

December

MOF

22 

Assessment report on the implementation of the national 5-year financial plan for the 2016-2020 period and the orientation of the national 5-year financial plan for the 2021-2025 period

July

MOF

23 

Principles, criteria, and norms for allocating the state budget recurrent expenditure estimates in 2022

July

MOF

24 

5-year public loan and debt repayment plan for the 2021 - 2025 period

October

MOF

25 

Prime Minister's Decision on principles of targeted support from the central budget to the local budget for the implementation of social security policies in the new period (replacing Decision No. 579/QD- TTg dated April 28, 2017 in the 2017-2020 period)

July

MOF

26 

Project to promote the application of information technology in public debt management

December

MOF

27 

Prime Minister's Decision on a list of specific assets subject to insurance purchase against storm and flood risks and its implementation roadmap.

December

MOF

28 

Project to amend the decentralization mechanism for state budget management, ensuring the leading roles of the central budget and the initiative of the local budget, in line with the 5-year socio-economic development orientation of the 2021-2025 period

Quarter IV

MOF

29 

Project on orientations to improve the national credit rating for the 2021-2025 period

November

MOF

30 

Decree to allow enterprises to include corporates/organizations’ expenses to support and sponsor Covid-19 epidemic prevention and control activities in deductible expenses when determining taxable income

January

MOF

31 

Law amending and supplementing the Appendix - List of National Statistical Indicators of the Law on Statistics (according to the streamlined process)

June

MPI

32 

Quantitative assessment of the impacts of EVFTA after the Covid-19 pandemic on socio-economic aspects as well as specific sectors, recommendations on appropriate response measures

Quarter IV

MPI

33 

Decree on management mechanisms of National Target Programs for the 2021 - 2030 period

August

MPI

34 

Decree amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No. 95/2020/ND-CP dated August 24, 2020 guiding procurement bidding process under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

Quarter III

MPI

35 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 82/2018/ND-CP dated May 22, 2018 on the management of industrial parks and economic zones

Quarter III

MPI

36 

Decree amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No. 52/2013/ND-CP dated May 16, 2013 on e-commerce.

Quarter I

MOIT

37 

Decree on "Made in Viet Nam"

Quarter IV

MOIT

38 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 111/2015/ND-CP dated November 3, 2015 on the development of supporting industries

Quarter IV

MOIT

39 

Decree promulgating functions, duties, and powers of the National Competition Commission

Quarter III

MOIT

40 

Decree on import control of refurbished goods under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

Quarter IV

MOIT

41 

Decree amending Decree No. 76/2015/ND-CP dated September 10, 2015 detailing the implementation of a number of articles of the Law on real estate trading

September

MOC

42 

Decree amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decree No. 139/2017/ND-CP dated November 27, 2017 on penalties of administrative violations in activities on construction investment; exploiting, processing, and trading of minerals as building materials, manufacturing, and trading of construction materials; technical infrastructure project management; real estate trading, housing development, management and use of houses and offices

June

MOC

43 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decrees No. 60/2014/ND-CP dated June 19, 2014 on printing activities, and No. 25/2018/ND-CP dated February 28, 2018 amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No. 60/2014/ND-CP dated June 19, 2014 on printing activities

Quarter IV

MIC

44 

Decree amending and supplementing some contents of the Government's Decree No. 47/2011/ND-CP dated June 17, 2011, detailing the implementation of a number of contents of the Law on Post

Quarter IV

MIC

45 

Decree amending Decree No. 72/2013/ND-CP and Decree No. 27/2018/NDCP of the Government on the management, provision and use of internet services and online information

Quarter IV

MIC

46 

Decree guiding the implementation of a number of articles of the Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Prevention and Control of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV/AIDS).

May

MOH

47 

Dossiers of the draft Law on Examination and Treatment (revised)

October

MOH

48 

Dossiers of the draft Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on Intellectual Property

October

MOST

49 

Decree amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No. 27/2019/ND-CP dated March 13, 2019 detailing the Law on measurement and mapping

June

MONRE

50 

Dossiers of the draft Law on Emulation and Reward (revised)

April

MOHA

51 

Decree on labor contracts in administrative agencies and labor contract mechanism for professional, specialized jobs for employment positions determined as public employees in public non-business units

Quarter IV

MOHA

52 

Project to improve the legal document system in the home affairs sector in the 2021 - 2025 period, with a vision to 2030

December

MOHA

53 

Dossiers of the draft Law on Inspection

May

Government Inspectorate

54 

Decree amending the Government's Decree No. 59/2019/ND-CP dated July 1, 2017 detailing a number of articles and measures to implement the Law on Anti-Corruption

August

Government Inspectorate

II

Group of tasks on restructuring industries and fields associated with transformation of the growth model, promoting industrialization, modernization, digital transformation, digital economy development, private economic development, collective economy, improving internal capacity, autonomy, and competitiveness of the economy

 

55 

Project to develop non-cash payment for the 2021 - 2025 period

June

SBV

56 

Project on restructuring the system of credit institutions associated with bad debt settlement in the 2021 - 2025 period

September

SBV

57 

Viet Nam Statistical Development Strategy for the 2021 - 2030 period with a vision to 2045

April

MPI

58 

Plan to restructure the economy in the 2021 - 2025

May

MPI

59 

Develop a Project on digital transformation for Vietnamese businesses

September

MPI

60 

Assessment Report of the implementation of the 5-year socio-economic development plan 2016 - 2020 and 5-year socio-economic development plan in 2021 - 2025

Quarter I

MPI

61 

Government's Action Program to implement the Socio-Economic Development Strategy 2021 - 2030 and the 5-year National Development Orientations and Tasks in the 2021 - 2025 period

May

MPI

62 

Resolution of the Government on business support and development for the 2021 - 2025 period

September

MPI

63 

Project to support digital transformation for small and medium enterprises by 2025, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MPI

64 

Project on Forest Tree Variety Development

Quarter IV

MARD

65 

National Program to protect and develop aquatic resources

Quarter II

MARD

66 

Project to develop the seafood processing industry

Quarter I

MARD

67 

Project on Viet Nam Marine Aquaculture Development to 2030, with a vision to 2045

Quarter I

MARD

68 

Project to promote co-management in the protection and development of aquatic resources

Quarter IV

MARD

69 

Project on "Development of production and consumption of pangasius in the Mekong River Delta region to 2031 with orientation to 2045"

Quarter IV

MARD

70 

Project to promote the application of information technology in collecting information and forecasting the situation of the agricultural market

Quarter III

MARD

71 

Project to standardize food quality and safety and increase the supply chain of agriculture, forestry, and fisheries in the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

72 

Project of Agricultural Cooperatives adapting to climate change in the Mekong Delta

Quarter IV

MARD

73 

Program on sustainable forestry development for the 2021-2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

74 

Resolution of the Government on the development of agricultural cooperatives serving the restructuring of the agricultural sector and new rural construction.

Quarter IV

MARD

75 

Project to develop fruit and vegetable processing industry in the 2021 - 2030 period

Quarter II

MARD

76 

Project on sustainable and effective wood processing industry development for the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter II

MARD

77 

Program to implement the plan of planting 1 billion trees in the next 5 years

Year 2021

MARD

78 

Project for restructuring the industry and trade sector in the 2021 – 2030 period

Quarter IV

MOIT

79 

Viet Nam Coal Industry Development Strategy to 2030, with a vision to 2045

Quarter IV

MOIT

80 

Viet Nam Textile and Footwear Industry Development Strategy to 2030, with a vision to 2035

Quarter IV

MOIT

81 

IT and Electronics - Telecommunications Industry Development Program to 2025, with a vision to 2030, actively participating in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Quarter IV

MIC

82 

Develop a Project to develop Viet Nam's digital economy to 2025, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MIC

III

Group of tasks on mobilizing and using resources, planning, and developing key social infrastructure systems, strengthening regional connectivity, developing regional economy, marine economy, and urban and rural development

 

83 

Report on the implementation of the public investment plan in the 2016 - 2020 period and the public investment plan for the 2021 - 2025 period

May

MPI

84 

Project to build a synchronous infrastructure system in the 2021 – 2030 period to deploy strategic breakthroughs in the national socio-economic development in the spirit of Resolution No. 13-NQ/TW

September

MPI

85 

Research report on solutions to attract foreign direct investment in the context of EVFTA implementation

Quarter IV

MPI

86 

Project of the Government to submit to the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on a number of specific mechanisms and policies to build and develop Thanh Hoa province to 2030, with a vision to 2045

Quarter IV

MPI

87 

Project to develop clusters linking marine economic sectors in association with building strong marine economic centers by 2030

December

MPI

88 

Report on research and development of regulations to overcome the situation of "thin capitalization", unregistered investment, and “hiding” investment

December

MPI

89 

Project on conservation and development of craft villages for the 2021 – 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

90 

National Target Program for new countryside construction in the 2021 – 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

91 

A set of national criteria on new countryside at all levels (province, district, and commune) according to levels (standard, advanced, and model) in the 2021 – 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

92 

Science and Technology Program supporting new rural construction in the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

93 

Program on strengthening rural environmental protection in new rural construction in the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

94 

Program on One-Commune-One-Product in the 2021 - 2025 period with an orientation to 2030

Quarter IV

MARD

95 

Prime Minister’s Decision promulgating conditions, order, procedures, dossiers for consideration, recognition and announcement of localities meeting new rural standards; localities completing the task of new countryside construction in the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MARD

96 

Planning on natural disaster prevention and control and irrigation for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Year 2021

MARD

97 

Planning on National Electricity Development for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a consideration of 2045

January

MOIT

98 

Master Planning on National Energy for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Quarter I

MOIT

99 

Planning on exploration, exploitation, processing and use of minerals in the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Quarter IV

MOIT

100 

Prime Minister’s Decision approving the National Housing Development Strategy to 2030, with a vision to 2035

October

MOC

101 

Decision amending, supplementing, or replacing the Prime Minister's Decision No. 27/2015/QD-TTg dated July 10, 2015 on standards of official residences.

December

MOC

102 

Decision approving the development orientations for Vietnamese Architecture

June

MOC

103 

Planning on National Information and Communication Infrastructure for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Quarter IV

MIC

104 

Planning on development of the network of press, radio, television, electronic information agencies, and publishing establishments in the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Quarter IV

MIC

105 

Proposal of the Government to the Standing Committee of the National Assembly for consideration and approval of the investment policy of the remaining sections on the North-South route

Year 2021

MOT

106 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the Master Planning on the Network of Health Care Establishments for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2045.

November

MOH

107 

Decree on borrowing, capital mobilization, joint venture, partnership, asset lease, and service provider hiring for public non-business units in health and population sectors

Quarter I

MOH

108 

Prime Minister’s Decision approving a Planning of the network of higher education and pedagogical institutions

December

MOET

109 

Planning for development and application of atomic energy for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

Quarter IV

MOST

110 

Planning on a network of public science and technology organizations

Quarter IV

MOST

111 

Planning on the network of the national hydro-meteorological stations in the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

December

MONRE

112 

Planning on Water Resources for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050

December

MONRE

113 

Planning on the network of public non-business units under the Ministry of Home Affairs

Quarter IV

MOHA

114 

Project on orientations to mobilize social resources for investment in aviation infrastructure

Year 2021

MOT

IV

Group of tasks on improving the quality and efficiently use human resources associated with promoting innovation, strong application and development of science and technology

 

 

115 

Project on Circular Economy Development in Viet Nam

December

MPI

116 

Project to renovate and improve the quality of rural vocational training

Quarter IV

MARD

117 

Project on raising awareness, training, and developing human resources for digital transformation by 2025, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MIC

118 

Strategy to develop science, technology, and innovation for the 2021 - 2030 period

Quarter IV

MOST

119 

Project on a "Plan to develop Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park in the 2021 - 2025 period, with an orientation to 2030"

Quarter IV

MOST

V

Group of tasks on cultural and social development, and implementation of social progress and justice

 

120 

Resolution of the National Assembly on inclusive poverty reduction by 2030

Quarter IV

MOLISA

121 

National Target Program on sustainable poverty reduction and social security for the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MOLISA

122 

Prime Minister’s Decision’s promulgating Criteria on poor districts and extremely difficult communes in coastal areas and islands in the 2021 - 2025 period

Quarter IV

MOLISA

123 

Project to link vocational training institutions with enterprises sending workers for overseas employment under contracts for labor resource training and preparation

Year 2021

MOLISA

124 

Project to send technical and vocational trained workers for employment under contracts in foreign high-income markets

Year 2021

MOLISA

125 

Project for digital transformation and online teaching in vocational education

December

MOLISA

126 

Pilot Project on providing vocational college training to junior high school graduates

December

MOLISA

127 

Pilot Project on training and improving occupational skills to meet the requirements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

December

MOLISA

128 

Strategy for the development of vocational education, a Planning on the network of vocational training institutions, autonomy mechanisms of vocational education institutions

Year 2021

MOLISA

129 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the COVID-19 Vaccine Research and Development Project

June

MOH

130 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the National Strategy on Nutrition for the 2021 - 2030 period with a vision to 2040.

December

MOH

131 

Prime Minister's Decision on a number of policies for grassroots health workers and preventive medicine workers

September

MOH

132 

Project on human resource training for health sector in difficult areas in the 2021-2030 period

Quarter I

MOH

133 

Project to develop a system of education quality assurance and accreditation for pedagogical tertiary education establishments and colleges in the 2021 - 2030 period

November

MOET

134 

Project to enhance the application of information technology and digital transformation in the education and training sector in the 2021 - 2025 period, with an orientation to 2030.

July

MOET

135 

Project to improve the teaching quality of ethnic minority languages ​​in the general education program

December

MOET

136 

Project to build a "Learning Society" for the 2021 - 2030 period

Quarter II

MOET

137 

Report on the continued implementation of Decision No. 174/QD-TTg, dated February 9, 2017 of the Prime Minister approving the Project to build capacity of public servants for religious work in the 2017-2020 period

March

MOHA

138 

Vietnam’s Youth Development Strategy for the 2021 - 2030 period

March

MOHA

139 

Report on the results of 3-year implementation of the Law on Beliefs and Religions and the Government's Decree No. 162/2017/ND-CP dated December 30, 2017 detailing a number of articles and measures to implement the Law on Beliefs and Religions, recommendations and proposals

August

MOHA

140 

Prime Minister’s Decision approving the list of communes in region III, region II, region I of ethnic minority and mountainous areas in the 2021 - 2025 period

March

CEMA

141 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the Ethnic Work Strategy for the 2021 - 2030 period

December

CEMA

142 

Prime Minister’s Decision promulgating principles, criteria and norms for the allocation of public investment capital from the central budget to support the implementation of the National Target Program on socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas in the 2021-2030 period

June

CEMA

143 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the National Target Program for socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas for the 2021-2030 period

June

CEMA

144 

Prime Minister's Decision on the list of ethnic groups facing diverse difficulties and specific difficulties for the 2021-2025 period

June

CEMA

VI

Group of tasks on effective and sustainable management, exploitation and use of natural resources, environmental protection, proactive and effective response to climate change, natural disaster prevention, combat, and reduction

 

 

145 

National Strategy on Green Growth for the 2021 - 2030 period

June

MPI

146 

Pilot Project on forest lease for medicinal plant cultivation and development

Quarter IV

MARD

147 

Project on strengthening the management capacity of the conservation area system by 2025, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MARD

148 

Project to establish new marine protected areas, restore marine ecosystems by 2025, to ensure that the area of ​​marine and coastal protected areas reaches 3% of the total Viet Nam’s sea area.

Quarter IV

MARD

149 

Program on population allocation in regions confronting natural disasters, extreme difficulties, borders, islands, free migration, having special-use forests for the 2021 - 2025 period, with an orientation to 2030

Quarter IV

MARD

150 

Project on water source security and safety for dams and reservoirs for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2045

Quarter II

MARD

151 

National Strategy on rural water supply and sanitation to 2030, with a vision to 2045

Quarter II

MARD

152 

Master Program on National Disaster Prevention and Control

Quarter II

MARD

153 

National Plan for Natural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in the 2021-2025 period

Year 2021

MARD

154 

National Action Plan for Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wetlands in Viet Nam for the 2021 - 2030 period

May

MONRE

155 

National Strategy on Biodiversity for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2040

October

MONRE

156 

Project on inventory, monitoring, reporting, and building a biodiversity database for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2040

October

MONRE

157 

Strategy for sustainable exploitation and use of natural resources and protection of sea and island environment to 2030, with a vision to 2045

November

MONRE

158 

Project for Viet Nam to actively participate in negotiating and building a global agreement against marine plastic waste

June

MONRE

159 

Decision replacing the Prime Minister's Decision No. 44/2014/QD-TTg dated August 15, 2014, detailing levels of natural disaster risks

March

MONRE

160 

Decision replacing the Prime Minister's Decision No. 03/2020/QD-TTg dated January 13, 2020 on natural disaster forecast, warning, and communication

March

MONRE

161 

Project of national water resource inventory until 2025

October

MONRE

162 

Project on investigation, assessment, and mapping of water resources at the scale of 1:100,000 in Viet Nam's territory

November

MONRE

163 

Prime Minister’s Decision promulgating the Monitoring and Evaluation System on Climate Change Adaptation Activities

October

MONRE

164 

Prime Minister’s Decision approving the Carbon Market Development Project in Viet Nam.

November

MONRE

165 

Prime Minister's Decision approving Viet Nam's Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Support Program

December

MONRE

VII

Group of tasks on organizational apparatus, administrative reform, anti-corruption, thrift practice against waste, settlement of complaints and denunciations, emulation, and commendation

 

166 

Prime Minister's Decision approving the list of online public services prioritized for integration and provision on the National Public Service Portal

March

Government Office

167 

Decision amending and supplementing Decisions of the Prime Minister on the composition, tasks and powers of the Central Coordinating Council for Legal Dissemination and Education

May

MOJ

168 

Decision issuing the Government's Master Program on thrift practice and waste combat in the 2021 - 2025 period

September

MOF

169 

Decree replacing the Government's Decree No. 50/2016/ND-CP dated June 1, 2016 on penalties for administrative violations in the field of planning and investment.

September

MPI

170 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 43/2011/ND-CP on providing online public information and services on websites or web portals of state agencies

Quarter IV

MIC

171 

Decree amending and supplementing the Government's Decree No. 64/2007/ND-CP dated April 10, 2007, on IT application in state agencies' operations.

Quarter IV

MIC

172 

Develop a National Data Strategy for the 2021 - 2025 period, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MIC

173 

Report on the implementation of the Prime Minister's Decision No. 2218/QD-TTg dated December 10, 2015 on the Government's plan to implement the Government's Resolution No. 39-NQ/TW dated April 17, 2015 on downsizing and restructuring the contingent of cadres, public servants and employees

Year 2021

MOHA

174 

Public Administration Reform Master Program

Year 2021

MOHA

175 

Decree replacing the Government's Decree No. 90/2012/ND-CP dated November 5, 2012 on the organization of inspection activities in the home affairs sector

Quarter IV

MOHA

176 

Project on-site training for communal cadres, combined with knowledge enhancement for the youth in sustainable development of border areas

November

MOHA

177 

Project on database of the home affairs sector

November

MOHA

178 

Project on insurance of national archived documents Phase II (2021 - 2030)

October

MOHA

179 

Project on National Archived Document Disclosure serving socio-economic development and national sovereignty protection

November

MOHA

180 

Project to consolidate the state management apparatus organization in the field of archives to meet the requirements of centralized and unified management of electronic archives of state agencies

May

MOHA

181 

Decision of the Prime Minister promulgating a Project on the National Database on control of assets and incomes of persons with positions and powers

September

Government Inspectorate

182 

Resolution of the Government promulgating the National Strategy on anti-corruption until 2030

December

Government Inspectorate

VIII

Group of tasks on national defense, security assurance and international integration

 

183 

National Program on drug control and prevention of crime and trafficking in the 2021 - 2025 period

Year 2021

MOPS

184 

National Cyber ​​Information Safety and Security Strategy in the 2021-2025 period, with a vision to 2030

Quarter IV

MOPS

185 

Project on the development of an industry on network safety and security

Quarter IV

MOPS

IX

Group of tasks on information and communication to create trust and social consensus

 

186 

Project to disseminate and promote education of specific regulations for people with disabilities

September

MOJ

187 

Project to organize information and dissemination of important policies in drafting legal documents to create a social consensus

December

MOJ

188 

Communication Program on gender equality until 2030

September

MOLISA



[1] Calculated on the total number of bidding packages applying the form of open competitive bidding, which are eligible for online bidding.

[2] Calculated on the total value of bidding packages applying the form of open competitive bidding, which are eligible for online bidding.

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