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Hanoi to pilot real-time reporting system in Q3

The goal is to ensure a consistent reporting system from the grassroots to city-level agencies, which helps save time and cost for all parties involved.

Hanoi is scheduled to pilot a real-time reporting system in the third quarter of this year, as the city looks to further enhance transparency and efficiency in state governance.

 Locals proceed with administrative procedures at the city's agencies. File photo.

The move was revealed in the city’s plan No.173 on the development and management of Hanoi’s reporting system in the 2022-2025 period.

In the first phase, Hanoi would start piloting the reporting system for socio-economic issues in several departments, units, districts, and wards in the city during the third quarter of this year.

In the second phase (fourth quarter of 2022), the reporting system is set to be adopted by all units of the city’s apparatus, targeting 100% of socio-economic reports in the city delivered through the reporting system.

In the third phase (2023), the reporting system would cover all remaining types of reports provided by the city’s apparatus, with 100% of reports being processed through the system

With this move, Hanoi expects to step up the application of artificial intelligence and digital transformation in the reporting and statistics processing for obtaining accurate and timely data, eventually forming a city’s database.

“The goal is to ensure a consistent reporting system from the grassroots to city-level agencies, at the same time and cost in the process,” it said.

The plan also stressed the necessity for all units and localities to ensure transparent and accurate data in providing data and reports.

The real-time reporting system is considered another step toward administrative reform and contributes to a modern, professional and transparent administrative operation in Hanoi.

To ensure the effective implementation of the system, Hanoi would review the existing technical infrastructure, along with setting up a set of socio-economic criteria for each economic sector.