HÀ NỘI — Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has affirmed the tangible results of digital transformation in 2023 that have a positive impact on overall socio-economic development at the seventh meeting of the National Committee for Digital Transformation on Thursday. The PM asked the committee along with steering committees for digital transformation of ministries, agencies and localities to urgently issue digital transformation plans for 2024, which should focus on developing the digital economy across four pillars, namely information technology industry, digitalisation of economic sectors, digital management and digital data. He requested the effective development of digital platforms, applications, and services, particularly artificial intelligence platforms, virtual assistants, the VNeID digital citizen application, digital payment applications, electronic invoices and contracts, and personal digital signatures. The national digital transformation index rose by 48 per cent after three years from a value of 0.48 in 2020 to 0.71 in 2022, and is forecast to reach 0.75 in 2023. The Ministry of Information and Communications proposed that digital transformation in 2024 should go in the direction of universalising digital infrastructure, creating digital applications to serve the development of the digital economy as a new driver for economic growth and productivity enhancement.
Mar 21 2023