Gov’t Officials Study Administrative Reform in the US

A delegation from the Vietnamese Government Office is visiting the US to inquire into the host country’s administrative reform experiences.

The Vietnamese officials, arrived in the US on December 12, had working sessions with those from the office for federal register of the US National Archives and Records Administration and the White House’s budget management department.

They also met with officials of the US Aid and Development Agency, the House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel Office and the US National Security Council.

At these sessions, the Vietnamese and US officials agreed on regular sharing of experience and cooperation in this field.

On December 13, the Vietnamese officials were received by Undersecretary of State John Negroponte.

They plan to meet several US senators during the trip, which is to last until December 17.

The trip is made within the framework of the STAR programme on administrative reform sponsored by the US Aid and Development Agency.