Ho Chi Minh City is encouraging the implementation of technological-scientific measures in administrating and monitoring community activities, digital transformation in different aspects, and administrative reform, as well as operations in the public sector.
During the fourth Covid-19 outbreak in Ho Chi Minh City, as the supply chain was severely interrupted, everything seemed like a nightmare to most companies there. However, thanks to innovative ideas and timely implementation of technologies, many have upgraded themselves to effectively cope with the situation and even develop remarkably.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology yesterday held a virtual meeting to introduce the solution ‘Using GIS Technology in Covid-19 Prevention and Control Tasks in District Level’. The solution is expected to be applied in several districts in the city.
Observing the instruction of the National Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control, many regions in Vietnam has actively applied information technology in their Covid-19 fight, gaining impressive results in timely pinpointing suspected cases and minimizing the disease spread.
Ho Chi Minh City at the moment is hurriedly finishing its specific software to serve national election tasks in May. At the same time, the local authorities in all districts and Thu Duc City are also trying their best to apply advanced technologies to provide more convenience for voters in their area.
The Central Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union has just held a contest called ‘Canon Chie-Tech 2020’. The focus of this year’s competition is on creating devices to automatically manufacture colored fountain pens.
The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) People’s Committee yesterday held a working session with Advanced International Joint Stock Company (AIC) and leaders from agencies to introduce guidance on technological solutions and investment implementation for smart city construction in district level.