Circular No. 01/2023/TT-VPCP of the Government Office, stipulating a number of contents and measures to be implemented in the digitization of dossiers, results of administrative procedures settlement and implementation of administrative procedures on the environment. e-school, which stipulates the application of QR codes in the process of receiving and handling administrative procedures
The application and provision of QR codes must comply with Vietnamese standards TCVN 7322:2009 (ISO/IEC 18004:2006). QR codes are printed in the upper left corner of documents published from the data of the Administrative Procedures Information System. In which, the QR code must include the application number; administrative procedure code; identifiers of organizations or individuals performing administrative procedures; name of the paper to be published, the name of the information system providing the data, and the date of publication.
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In addition, the QR code on the Receipt Form and the appointment to return the results must provide an additional date for the result; The QR code on the administrative procedure settlement result must provide additional data on the validity period and scope (if any).
Circular 01/2023/TT-VPCP takes effect from May 25, 2023, applies to agencies, organizations and individuals involved in the process of carrying out administrative procedures and providing public services. , online payment, digitization of records, results of administrative procedures.
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