/MONTSAME/. The Office of the
Prime Minister of Mongolia, the Ministry of Digital Development and
Communications, and the Korea Institute of Public Administration (KIPA) jointly
organized the “Long-term Development Policy, Digital Transition-2022” forum
in-person and online on October 21.
representatives of the government, private sector, and civil society
organizations attended the forum, 100 representatives in person and 400
representatives online, which aims to support the activities of the digital transition
following the goal of becoming a “Digital Nation” included in the long-term
development policy of Mongolia “Vision-2050.”
The Prime Minister of
Mongolia, L. Oyun-Erdene, the Minister of Digital Development and
Communications, N. Uchral, and the Director of the Economics, Humanities and
Social Research Council of the Republic of Korea, Jung Hae-Gu, virtually delivered
opening speech and presentations. The Republic of Korea made four speeches,
Mongolia made two speeches online, and the Deputy Minister of Digital
Development and Communications, B. Bolor-Erdene, gave a lecture on the topic
“Digital Nation within the framework of the long-term development policy”.
presented theoretical and methodological presentations based on the best
practices of Mongolia, Korea, and Singapore, held discussions, and exchanged
opinions on the same topics. The topics are the transition and development
trends of digital communication between government organizations, problems and
solutions during the digital communication between government organizations and
citizens, and challenges and opportunities in digital communication between
government organizations and the private sector.
Management” journal will publish the speeches of the “Long-term Development
Policy, Digital Transition-2022” forum in its special edition.