On December 29, 2022, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the Ministry of Public Security announced the official connection and connection of data between two national databases (databases) of population and land. Accordingly, was connect, exploit land data for the residency and population data enrichment supplement; at the same time, connect and use population data to perform operations on land use management and construction of a national database on land.
With the national land database connecting to the national population database through the national data sharing and integration platform – NDXP, there are now 6 national databases, creating a foundation for e-government development towards digital governmentconnected via the NDXP platform for efficient data sharing and mining.
The NDXP platform is managed and operated by the Ministry of Information and Communications, playing a central role in connecting and sharing data between state agencies. The system of data sharing and integration platforms is gradually being formed on a national scale according to the Vietnam E-Government Architecture Framework, including the data sharing and integration platform of each ministry and province (LGSP). ) and these platforms are interconnected through the NDXP platform.
According to data from the National Digital Transformation Department under the Ministry of Information and Communications, by the end of 2020, all 22/22 ministries, sectors and 63/63 localities have LGSP platforms and are connected to an integration and data sharing platform. national data, reaching a rate of 100%. The NDXP platform has connected to the system of 90 agencies and units. In which, there are 85 LGSPs of ministries, branches and localities; 9 databases and 12 information systems ranging from central to local.
The latest data from the National Digital Transformation Department shows that, as of December 20, 2022, the total number of transactions made through the NDXP platform in December 2022 has reached over 120.4 million transactions 120,425. 201 transactions. In 2022, there were 860 million transactions made, 4.8 times more than the whole of 2021. On average, every day in 2022, about 2.36 million transactions are made through the NDXP platform.
Notably, with the sudden growth in the last year, the total number of transactions made through the NDXP platform since its opening has exceeded 1 billion. Having this result, according to the analysis of Deputy Minister Pham Duc Long at the conference to summarize the work of the Ministry of Information and Communications in 2022, is because the Ministry has innovated its way of doing things, switching from the former passive method to being proactive about demand. connect and share data. That is, instead of waiting for ministries, departments, branches and localities to have a need to connect to the platform, the Ministry of Information and Communications, directly the National Digital Transformation Department, actively seeks out ministries, branches, localities and proposes , guiding and supporting units to connect and share data via NDXP.
In the next period, the new effective way mentioned above will continue to be implemented by the Ministry of Information and Communications. Furthermore, 2023 has been identified by the Ministry as the year of digital data. In the field of digital transformation and digital government, a key task this year of the Ministry of Information and Communications is to develop the NDXP platform to effectively connect and share data between state agencies, fully exploiting National database as well as complying with Vietnam E-Government Architecture Framework.
Specifically, according to the National Digital Transformation Department, the main tasks of Vietnam’s digital data development will be focused this year, including digital data institutions, digital data development to serve the three pillars of Digital Government. , digital economy and digital society, development of national digital data infrastructure, digital data human resources.
Taking the lead role in the digital data year, the Ministry of Information and Communications will preside over the development and coordination of the implementation of the Government’s plan to develop Vietnam’s digital data, and develop and issue data standards; assume the prime responsibility for the work of ensuring safety and security of digital data; at the same time, strengthen the coordinating role in connection and sharing of digital data in state agencies, state agencies providing open data to people and businesses.