November 17, 2019 11:47

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Promote the IT application in managing State reserves

09:50 | 06/06/2019

VCN – In recent years, the General Department of State reserves has maintained the application system serving professional operation. Besides that, the unit has upgraded and operated stably the application systems.

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For example, the management software of materials and storage that was deployed to the whole system of General Department of State reserves in 2018 has facilitated the directing and management of the unit in goods issues and goods receipt of State reserves; information management of storage in the whole sector. This software is updated regularly to meet the functions of the system.

Besides that, the infrastructures and equipment have been deployed, provisioned and are being guaranteed to operate smoothly and stably at the units under the General Department of State Reserves. The Information Technology Department has focused on coordinating with relevant units in supporting the exploitation and solving troubles and problems in the management and operation process; ensure infrastructure services, equipment, communication network throughout the system to operate stably, contributing to supporting the effective implementation of application software, as well as management and direction of the General Department of State Reserves.

Currently, the General Department of State Reserves has outlined the overall objective of deploying information technology application to 2020 and vision of 2025. Sharing about this , Nguyen Tran Duy - Director of Technology Department Information, the General Department of State Reserves said: During this time, the General Department of State Reserves focused on building a unified information system from central to local level to serve the direction and onions. At the same time, to complete the technical infrastructure for units in the whole system to meet the requirements of deploying and exploiting the industry's applications and services towards the cloud computing model.

In addition, the General Department of State Reserves will strengthen the application of information technology to serve administrative reforms, the management and internal administration activities of the General Department implementing on the network of IT applications.

The General Department of State Reserves will also aim to renovate the management of investment in information technology application, consolidate the organisation of information technology management apparatus, develop IT human resources to meet the requirements and job demand based on working position. At the same time, it will train a contingent of staff capable of exploiting and using the industry's information technology system.

It is a long-term goal, however, Duy said: The General Department of State Reserves will upgrade the electronic portal system of the sector in order to ensure flexible, accurate, fast and guarantee to provide at least 90% of the necessary contents for people and enterprises on activities of national reserves; promote the application of information technology in the areas of professional management in a synchronous and unified manner, with a focus on building and deploying the main professional systems applied uniformly to units, ministries and branches related to national reserve activities.

Besides that, computerisation of business processes will be promoted to ensure management requirements as well as development of integrated core information systems in the whole system in parallel with the development of national reserve data, ensuring computerisation of at least 90% of national reserve goods management activities and at least 90% of the financial management of the General Department of State Reserves.

In particular, the General Department of State Reserves will focus on adding professional staff working in information technology at 96 branches and developing information technology human resources to meet the requirements and tasks set out in the process of modernising the State reserve sector.

By Hồng Vân/Thanh Thuy