Gov’t Reviews Ten-year Implementation of PAR Master Plan
11:32 | 18/03/2021
VGP   - The Government hosted a conference to review the implementation of the Public Administration Reform (PAR) Master Plan for 2010-2020 and chart orientations for the next decade.

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh inspects public administration reform in Vinh Phuc Province. Photo: VGP

Present at the event include Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, and leaders of ministries, agencies and localities.

Since the adoption of the Master Plan, ministries and agencies have conducted inspection tours to around 3,484 administrative units/departments annually. At local levels, there have been 19,800 inspection tours, according to a Government’s report.

Deputy PM Binh, Head of the National Steering Committee for Public Administration Reform, the Minister of Home Affairs – Vice Chairman of the National Steering Committee have conducted regular tours to ministries, agencies and localities to inspect administration reform.

These tours have created positive changes in the awareness and actions of heads of administrative agencies/units, and civil servants in implementing public administration reform.

Since 2015, ministries and agencies have introduced around 460 models and initiatives while local authorities have put forward 6,124 models and initiatives.

The Prime Minister and leaders of ministries, agencies and localities have stayed focused on developing institutions on public administration reform and combining public administration reform with e-government development.

The Public Administration Reform Index, first introduced in 2012, has become an important tool to measure the progress of public administration reform at ministries, agencies and localities.

One of three core targets for State administrative reform in the 2011-20 period was to improve public service quality with the aim of ensuring 80 per cent of citizens and organizations are satisfied with State administrative agencies’ services by 2020.

Meanwhile, the Satisfaction Index of Public Administration Services (SIPAS) making debut in 2017 has become an objective tool to evaluate the quality of services provided by State administrative agencies./.

By Huong Giang

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