The Government has issued a decree regulating the base salary for civil servants, public employees, and members of the armed forces, stipulating that it will increase from VND1.49 million (US$63.5) to VND1.8 million per month from July 1, 2023.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Finance was proposed to soon give guidance or consult the City People’s Committee on directions to implement extra income spending for cadres, civil servants and officials in the city.
To implement the eleventh Party Central Committee’s Resolution 20, each district and sector in Ho Chi Minh City has focused on developing science and technology and gained many remarkable achievements.
At a working session, Head of the Culture and Social Affairs Committee of the People's Council of Ho Chi Minh City Cao Thanh Binh said that after the monitoring, the unit will propose to study and have the resolution to replace Resolution 20 so that the policy can attract experts, scientists, people with special talents of Ho Chi Minh City without interruption.
At a meeting with voters in Ho Chi Minh City’s Hoc Mon District, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc emphasized that Hoc Mon District should soon turn into a western city of the southern metropolis in the near future.
The Municipal Department of Public Security yesterday proposed the travel plan for civil servants and employees of State agencies to their offices in two fixed time slots along with typical conditions.
In the ongoing attempt to prevent the spread of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus, HCMC authorities have encouraged civil servants to work at home. All civil servants are good at using technology in solving their work, opening a good opportunity for digital transformation drive.
The People’s Committee of HCMC on April 7 hosted a conference on implementing the Decree No. 33/NĐ-CP (ND33) providing guidelines for implementation of the Resolution No.131/2020/QH14 (NQ131) on organizing urban administration in HCMC.
The average income of civil servants from Ho Chi Minh City is expected to increase this year but will not exceed 1.8 times their main salaries, according to Nguyen Thanh Phong, Chairman of the HCM City People’s Committee.