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Gov't calls on IT leaders to further develop sector

Update: February, 27/2016 - 10:30
Le Manh Ha, deputy head of the government office and general secretary of the National Committee on IT Application at the meeting. — Photo infonet.vn
HA NOI (VNS) — A senior government official has expressed the hope that the country's information and technology (IT) officials would join hands in implementing Resolution 36a/ NQ-CP on e-government this year.

"I hope that the number of enterprises taking part in and allowed to take part in the implementation of the resolution will rise in the future," said Le Manh Ha, deputy head of the government office and general secretary of the National Committee on IT Application said at a new year meeting gathering IT associations and clubs in Ha Noi on Thursday.

The meeting is an opportunity for the IT community in and outside the country to exchange and warm up the series of events and activities in the year.

Le Doan Hop, chairman of the Vietnam Digital Communication Association, said that the annual new year meeting was the opportunity for the country's IT staff to encourage and work together with others to develop the country's IT sector.

Pham Hong Hai, deputy minister of information and communications, also expressed the hope and expectation that the Vietnamese IT community would develop faster and stronger in the future so that the country could become a powerful technology country by 2020.

Vietnamese IT staff are growing and contributing to the country's development, Nghiem Vu Khai, deputy chairman of the Vietnam Union of Scientific and Technological Associations, said.

Speaking highly about the role of IT associations and organisations, Khai expressed hope that IT associations and organisations would co-operate and support each other to become a close-knit community in the future.

The world's ICT sector was growing eventfully with many changes that would bring about numerous surprises, Vu Hoang Lien, chairman of the Viet Nam Internet Association said, and added that it would be an opportunity for the ICT community and enterprises to co-operate and compete with those around the world. — VNS

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