As a high-tech corporation, Viettel has taken the lead in reforming institution, administrative procedures, organizational structure, service and public finance. In addition, it has digitally managed documents and issued decisions based on digitally-signed internal documents. Viettel has also successfully deployed the e-one-stop system and online public services, connecting 16 ministries, departments and six localities with more than 45,000 businesses and 3.65 million records.

Sr. Lt. Gen. Le Huy Vinh speaks at the working session.

The corporation has helped connect the national document communication axis with the Ministry of National Defense’s data transmission line to shorten the time to send and receive documents.

The group has applied digital technology to administrative management to optimize resources and create favorable conditions for its personnel. For instance, it has launched smart parking solution using AI technology to reduce 40% of human resources, health management software to help manage its staff’s health information, cashless payment of car fuel, and more.

General Vinh and delegates inspect digital transformation at an affiliated unit of Viettel.

Addressing the event, General Vinh highly appreciated Viettel’s important achievements in administrative reform and e-government development which have contributed to raising efficiency of production and business management and administration, saving costs and resources, supporting the Ministry of National Defense’s affiliated agencies and units to promote digital transformation.

The deputy defense minister asked the group to accelerate dissemination of information about administrative reform with diverse forms and contents.

It should also bring into play its strength to support defense agencies and military units in digital transformation, and e-government development and the Ministry of National Defense to implement e-government, digital government in order to develop the ministry into one of leading ministries and departments in the fields, General Vinh urged.

The group was asked to devise strategies to train, attract, and keep high-quality human resources, and form a contingent of technology and business experts to drive the group into a leading economic group in terms of science and technology.

Translated by Mai Huong