Ministries and relevant authorities would send review results of these procedures to the team by the end of March, Phan said. They would then co-operate with experts and lawyers to analyse and assess the results in order to submit them to the Government.
VietNamNet Bridge – More than 5,400 procedures need to be reviewed and amended this year in order to complete National Project 30 on administrative reforms, says Ngo Hai Phan, deputy head of the Prime Minister's task force.
During the process of reviewing administrative procedures, they would suggest to the Government changes that could be made to documents and regulations that conflict with each other, he said.
He assured that the process of amending regulations and documents would not take a lot of time.
The review had to go along with simplification of at least 30 per cent of existing administrative procedures and ensuring a 30 per cent cost reduction for residents and enterprises, he said.
Phan said that the project's objective was to save costs for residents and enterprises as well as to avoid officials taking advantage of administrative procedures to harass them.
After the project is completed, the Government will issue a decree on management of administrative procedures.
The decree will mention specifically activities that officials should or should not engage in. It will also create a mechanism for receiving feedback and criticism of organisations and/or officials engaged in wrongful acts.
Administrative procedures and documents would be made available on a national database and residents would be able to print forms themselves instead of collecting them from concerned offices.
Last year, the team completed reviewing and amending 256 priority administrative procedures of 18 ministries and 6 localities to submit to the Government.
They also set up a national database on administrative procedures which would help people research and learn about them.
VietNamNet/Viet Nam News
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