Innovative Solutions for the Public Sector Uncovered by Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City Embraces Innovation: Launches Program to Enhance Public Sector Management through Technology

Ho Chi Minh City recently launched a program aimed at discovering and nurturing innovative solutions to improve the management of public sector affairs. Dubbed Gov.Star, the initiative was announced by the Department of Science and Technology of Ho Chi Minh City on April 3rd. The program seeks to identify cutting-edge models and technologies that can be applied to enhance public sector management activities in departments, People’s Committees, and other organizations in the city.

The first phase of Gov.Star has already seen some success as the District 1 People’s Committee has successfully implemented Geographic Information System (GIS) for tasks such as granting business licenses and regulating temporary sidewalk use. Individuals, project groups, and businesses with innovative solutions applicable to managing public affairs activities at state management agencies, schools, hospitals, and more are encouraged to participate in Gov.Star. Selected models and solutions will receive financial support and incubation to further develop and introduce them to departments and localities for practical pilot implementation.

The selection process for Gov.Star involves four phases where project teams are evaluated based on criteria like applicability, capacity for practical implementation, technology application, creativity, economic efficiency, and social impact. Participants in the program will have access to training, advice, and support from experts within the Department of Science and Technology in Ho Chi Minh City to better understand their needs.

Director of the Department of Science and Technology in Ho Chi Minh City emphasized the importance of using technology to solve specific problems faced by departments

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