DFIS Holding Financial Information Technology Conference in 2023

DFIS Holding Financial Information Technology Conference in 2023 20/04/2023 03:19:00 258

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The Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics (Ministry of Finance) on April 14, 2023 held a conference on information technology for the Finance sector in 2023, to evaluate some key results in 2022 and 3 months of early 2023, implementation plan for the last 9 months of 2023, discuss on measures to coordinate in deploying information technology application in 2023 and the following years.

Keep leading in digital transformation

According to report of the Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics (DFIS), at the 3rd meeting of the National Committee on Digital Transformation in 2022, the Ministry of Information and Communications announced the Report on digital transformation assessment results at ministerial and provincial levels in 2021 (Digital Transformation Index - DTI 2021). Accordingly, the Ministry of Finance keeps first ranking in terms of digital transformation in 2021 among ministries and sectors providing public services... This is the second consecutive year (2020, 2021) the Ministry of Finance takes leading position in digital transformation, with a value of 0.6321 higher than the value of 0.4944 in 2020. The system of documents on strategic planning and action plans to build the Digital Finance Ministry has been fully promulgated.

By the end of 2022, the Ministry of Finance has 792 valid administrative procedures, 100% of the Ministry's administrative procedures have been provided as online public services, and has integrated 296/405 online public services of levels 3 and 4 on the National Public Service Portal. All units of the finance sector have basically deployed 4 layers of information security under the direction of the Prime Minister and the guidance of the Ministry of Information and Communications, maintaining and ensuring financial network information security, without incurring information insecurity incidents. The Finance sector has actively participated in the 4th Industrial Revolution, enhanced digital transformation implementation in all fields, therefore, has gained a lot of positive achievements, bringing benefit and efficiency to the whole society, as shortening the time for taking administrative procedures in taxation, customs, treasury,... reducing paperwork, saving time and costs for businesses and people.

Focus on implementing the list of estimates

In the first quarter of 2023, the Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics (DFIS) has submitted to the Ministry for promulgation the Regulation on Cyber Information Safety and Cyber Security of the Ministry of Finance (replacing the Regulation on Cyber Information Safety issued under Decision No. 201/QD-BTC dated February 12, 2018 of the Minister of Finance), issued the Decision No. 01/QD-KBNN dated January 3, 2023 detailing a number of contents on management of IT investment, training and fostering in the State Treasury system, drafted a regulation on management and utilization of equipments for drafting and printing documents containing state secrets in the State Treasury system.

In addition, DFIS has developed operation plan of the Ministry’s Digital Transformation Steering Committee in 2023, the Ministry's digital transformation plan in 2023 following the guidance of the Ministry of Information and Communications and the direction of the Prime Minister.

DFIS has appraised the 5-year IT application plans of the General Department of Customs and the General Department of State Reserve. For implementation of projects using public investment capital, in March 2023, DFIS has completed the additional survey of the Finance general database project -Phase 1.

According to DFIS, in the first three months of 2023, the units under the ministry, the system units have focused on implementing the list of estimates approved by the Ministry in Decision No. 2842/QD-BTC dated December 29th/ 2022 as well as focusing on major projects/tasks of the sector, such as: Centralized procurement of Oracle and Microsoft software copyrights; Rental of financial unified communication infrastructure channel in 2019-2022 period; Outsourcing of document management and administration program; Building centralized personnel information management system project; Upgrading IT application systems to support taxpayers, support taxation authorities in tax administration, support internal management under the Law on Taxation Administration No. 38/2019/QH14 and Decrees and guiding Circulars; Maintaining and expanding electronic support channels to taxpayers; Deploying E-Invoices; Submitting to the Ministry for approval of the investment policy of Digital Customs project to meet professional requirements in customs clearance; Submitting for approval of the national single-window portal expansion and ASEAN single-window mechanism connection project (phase 3); Upgrading the State Treasury’s online public service system, implementing portal for exchanging data via internet with electricity, water and telecommunications service providers; Building and implementing the connection of capital construction investment spending (from DTKB-GD to TABMIS and banking E-payment systems); Building state reserve professional management system; Expanding deployment of the centralized monitoring system of national warehouses at units of the General Department of State Reserve...

Promote full online public services

As statistical figure from the Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics, as of March 29, 2023, the Ministry of Finance has 792 online public services, including 433 partial and 359 full online public services, and 296 integrated on the National Public Service Portal.

Details are as follows:

 

Description

Finance Ministry Headquarter

General Department of Taxation

General Department of Customs

State Securities Commission

State Treasury

General Department of State Reserve

Total

Number of Online Public Services

211

235

224

104

11

7

792

-Partial Online Public Services

185

132

62

47

0

7

433

- Full Online Public Services

26

103

162

57

11

 

359

- Of which, number of online public services integrated on the National Public Service Portal

56

97

98

36

9

0

296

 

From the year beginning to March 15, 2023, the Customs online public service system has received and processed 2.83 million dossiers.

The State Treasury keeps providing online public services at 100% of the units (except for the security and defense divisions), processing 99.5% of state budget expenditure documents through electronic channels; providing information on online public service documents processing status and account balance fluctuations via mobile devices. The average transaction volume is from 100,000 to 150,000 transactions per normal day, from 150,000 to 200,000 transactions in rush days at month beginning and ending, from 400,000 to 500,000 transactions in rush days at year beginning and ending. The average number of service users is from 8,000 to 10,000 in normal day, reaching 10,000 to 15,000 in the rush day of month and 15,000 to over 20,000 in the rush day at year end.

The State Treasury has implemented the connection between the administrative and non-business accounting system used at state budget-using units and the State Treasury’s online public service system, allowing the state budget-using units to submit state budget expenditure requests directly from their accounting programs to the State Treasury’s online public service system; completed the trial implementation of data exchange portal with electricity, water and telecommunications providers to reform administrative procedures, helping budget-using units to proactively pay service costs, the portal has been widely deployed from April 15, 2023.

According to the Department of Financial Informatics and Statistics, in the last 9 months of 2023, the Finance sector shall continue to deploy bidding packages in accordance with current regulations provided at the State's legal documents on bidding. The sector shall strive to ensure fulfillment of 100% of the assigned work volume and maximize disbursement of capital estimates and plans for 2023 in accordance with regulations (in which, fulfilling 100% disbursement of public investment capital as per the set plan, implementing at least 95% disbursement of IT expenditure estimates).

(Thu Hằng)

 

 

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