Posting access codes of more than 13,400 agricultural products on CheckVN platform
In the “National Digital Transformation Program to 2025, with a vision to 2030” approved by the Prime Minister in June 2020, agriculture has been identified as one of eight industries and fields that need to be prioritized for transformation. previous numbers, along with healthcare, education, finance-banking, transportation and logistics, energy, natural resources and environment, industrial production. These are the areas that are assessed to have great social impact, relate to people every day, help change perceptions the fastest and bring efficiency, save costs, so digital transformation should be prioritized first. .
Specifically, the National Digital Transformation Program states that digital transformation in agriculture must be based on data. Focus on building big data systems of the industry such as land, crops, livestock and fisheries. Building an integrated observation and monitoring network in the air and on the ground for agricultural activities. Promote the provision of information on the environment, weather, and land quality for farmers to improve productivity and crop quality, and support the sharing of agricultural equipment through digital platforms. At the same time, applying digital technology to automate production and business processes; management, monitoring of origin, product supply chain, ensuring fast, transparent, accurate, safe, food hygiene…
In the 2022 Work Plan of the National Committee on Digital Transformation, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development is assigned to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Ministry of Information and Communications and localities in, deploying and forming a management database. management of animal feed production establishments, management of livestock establishments; granting and managing planting area codes, towards pilot implementation, gradually forming a digital agricultural data platform, creating a foundation to promote digital transformation for agricultural enterprises, agricultural cooperatives and for people.
The plan also specifies the key tasks in 2022 of the Digital Transformation Steering Committee of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, which is to develop and approve according to its authority a plan to promote the development and use of digital platforms. national digital platforms, including agricultural digital data platforms, agricultural product traceability platforms; assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with concerned ministries, branches and localities in, forming a database for management of feed production establishments and livestock establishments; granting and managing planting area codes, creating a foundation to promote digital transformation for agricultural enterprises, agricultural cooperatives and people.
With the task of developing and approving according to its authority plans to promote the development and use of agricultural digital data platforms, traceability of agricultural products, according to information from the Ministry of Information and Communications, the standing agency of the Commission. In the past year, this task was completed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Specifically, the traceability system of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has been built and operated at https://checkvn.mard.gov.vn; has connected data smoothly with the traceability system of the localities of Hanoi, Hung Yen, Hoa Binh, Quang Ninh, Ha Nam, Ninh Binh, Vinh Long, Dak Nong, Can Tho. The system of these localities is mainly managed by the Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development.
In addition, the traceability system of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is being implemented for 13 provinces in the Mekong Delta and is technically ready to connect with other localities. As of mid-December, 2022, there were more than 3,609 enterprises with the Code of Traceability of 13,460 agricultural products and food posted to the CheckVN system by the Center for Enterprise Integration and Development (IDE) and also on the CheckVN system. synchronized by the Center for Informatics and Statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, and connected to the traceability system of the Ministry.
In addition, up to now, more than 400 enterprises from 45 provinces across the country have voluntarily registered to participate in the application of CheckVN technology.
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