(HBO) - Digital transformation has gradually become an irreversible trend, opening up unprecedented development opportunities as well as challenges and requirements for self-adjustment to seize these opportunities for each country, each economy, each organisation and each individual.


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Digital transformation is the total and comprehensive change in the methods of operation and organisation of an agency, unit, collective or an apparatus. In order to successfully conduct digital transformation, at first, it is necessary to change the thinking and perceptions of heads of Party Committees and administrations at all levels, as well as agencies and units. Leaders must be properly aware of the importance of digital transformation for the development of their localities, agencies and units; actively participate in this process, take the lead in changing the leadership thinking, applying digital transformation in directing and performing daily work. Leaders also need to have confidence that digital transformation will help solve the existing problems of their organizations and are consistent with the set goals so as to work with others to successfully implement digital transformation in the most scientific and feasible manner.

In order to seize trends and opportunities brought by the fourth industrial revolution, on December 24, 2021, the Standing Board of the Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee issued Resolution No. 08-NQ/TU on the province’s digital transformation in the 2021 – 2025 period, with a vision to 2030.

The resolution emphasizes the important role of digital transformation and sets out specific goals of basically completing the goals of building e-administration; speeding up the smart urban development process; achieving basic criteria on digital transformation in a number of important fields on all three pillars of digital government, digital economy, digital society; and basically completing digital transformation in Party agencies and socio-political organisations of the province by 2025.

The digital economy will account for 20 percent of the province’s GRDP by 2025, and over 30 percent by 2030, according to the resolution. The province will focus on implementing digital transformation steps on three pillars of digital government, digital economy and digital society and eight prioritised fields of healthcare, education, finance - banking, agriculture, transportation and logistics, energy, natural resources and environment, industrial production./.


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