In his address at the institution’s opening ceremony of a new academic year in Hanoi on October 18, the government leader said cadres trained by the National Academy of Public Administration should be professional competent, clean, and serving the people. Administration staff should be competent at their profession and incorruptible.
The Prime Minister also called on the Academy to increase international cooperation to improve education quality and increase the application of information technology into its training programme towards the formation of a digital administration system in the wake of the fourth industrial revolution.
He also underlined the need to grasp opportunities and go ahead with startups, innovation and creativity, and improve its curriculum to run a transparent and professional administrative system like in Northern European countries, New Zealand and Singapore.
PM Phuc also devise three major tasks for the academy with a focus on renovating its training programme and organisational structure, building a 20-year strategy, and developing it into a regional-level training centre of management officials.
On the occasion, PM Phuc had a working session with leaders of the academy, during which asked the academy to improve operational efficiency to make greater contributions to administrative reform in Vietnam and called for support from ministries and sectors for the academy’s development.