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Evaluation of the Project “Surveying, investigation and impact assessment of the qualified human resources attraction policy in public sector of Vietnam in response to socio-economic development of the country”

On 03 December 2015, at the MOHA headquarter, a meeting was organized by ISOS to evaluate the Project “Surveying, investigation and impact assessment of the qualified human resources attraction policy in public sector of Vietnam in response to socio-economic development of the country” (hereafter called the Evaluation session). The Project was implemented by Associate Professor Dr Trieu Van Cuong, MOHA Vice Minister and the Research Team of Hanoi University of Home Affairs (HUHA Research Team).

Overall view of the Evaluation session

The Evaluation Council comprised of seven members headed by Dr. Tran Van Tuan, former Minister of the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Evaluation Council Chairman. 


Associate Professor Dr Nguyen Minh Phuong, HUHA Vice Rector delivered speech on behalf of the HUHA Research Team

At the evaluation session, MA Tran Thi Hanh, Project Secretary, summarized the findings of the Project.

Accordingly, on the base of systemized theoretical issues and assessed realistic status of qualified human resource policy in public sector, the Project proposed recommendations to perfect policy in attracting qualified human resource into this sector in order to improve quality of cadres, civil servants and public employees. Regardless of the Introduction and References, the Project Final Report comprised of 4 chapters. Chapter 1 mentioned several issues on qualified human resource attraction policies in public sector. Chapter 2 addressed realistic status of planning and implementing policies in qualified human resource attraction in public sector. Chapter 3 presented sociological results on qualified human resource attraction policies in public sector. Chapter 4 concluded and proposed recommendations.

Under the framework of the Project, the Research Team conducted theoretical studies on issues of public sectors, role of qualified human resource in socio-economic development and policies in attracting qualified human resources. Concurrently, experiences of foreign countries in the region and in the world on planning and implementing policies in attracting qualified human resource were embedded; and surveying, investigation of realistic status and preliminary impact assessment to socio-economic development were carried out. Thereby, recommendations were proposed at three levels, the Central level, ministerial, sectoring and local level, and the personal level of individuals who are attracted as qualified human resource into public sector, to meet the requirements of national socio-economic development.


Associate Professor Doctor Do Minh Cuong – Head of the Business Culture and Leadership Subject, University of Economics, National University in Hanoi gave his feedbacks

On evaluation of the Project, Evaluation Council members agreed that the Final Report was carefully prepared, well-structured, rich in both scientific and practical values, and met the requirements of qualified human resource practices. The research outcomes reflected professional mode of scientific research method; recommendations were practical, appropriate and feasible, revealing enthusiasm and responsibilities of the Research Team.

However, the following points should be implemented to perfect the Final Project: (i) Clarify relationship between qualified human resources with other human resource in public sector; compared qualified human resource with talented people in the public sector. (ii) Focus on beneficiaries during the Project impact assessment. (iii) Reconsider the definition of the qualified human resource attraction policy in public sector, as it was currently rather over-extended; relationships between concepts and terminologies, i.e. retention, maintain and development of qualified human resource in public sector, should be clearly distinguished and well analyzed. If possible, additional knowledge and governing skills of modern human resources, i.e. the ASK model, IQ, EQ, Competition Framework, etc should be integrated into analysis. During sociological surveys, in facing diversified regulations in the policy of recruiting qualified human resources among ministries, sectors and localities, the Research Team should have consolidated and ranked those organizations. Moreover, deeper analysis should be performed to depict increasing competition in qualified human resources not only in public sector internally but also between public sector and laboring markets, including domestic markets, international markets, especially in TPP integration context. Additionally, the socio-economic and cultural efficiencies of the policies, particularly its influences on policy governance, should be conducted.

Finally, Doctor Tran Van Tuan, the Evaluation Council Chairman highly appreciated the research outcomes of the Project. The Project was carefully and seriously implemented, closely following and responding to the requested requirements. Besides achieved results, Dr. Tran Van Tuan requested the Project Chairman, the Research Team and the Administrative Organization of the Project to learn from comments of the Evaluation Council to supplement and perfect research outcomes of the Project.

The Project was ranked at Excellent level[1].

Written by Kim Lien

Translated by QG



[1] Ranked in accordance with BREEAM standards.