The Ministry of Justice held a meeting in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu province, from Nov 17 to 18 to promote the application of information technology in judicial administrative work.
A meeting on the application of information technology is held by the Ministry of Justice in Nanjing from Nov 17 to 18. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]
It was emphasized at the meeting, which was focused on the concept of "digital rule of law, intelligent justice", that information technology plays a supportive and driving role in the building of the rule of law in China.
According to the meeting, there are six major tasks to be accomplished: beginning to integrate information technology with law-based governance, maximizing the role of information technology as an engine, improving the intelligent management of big data, developing the intelligent brain of justice, advancing technological innovation for judicial administrative work, and strengthening cyber security.
Also at the meeting, progress made in the application of information technology was presented, outstanding individuals and groups were publicly praised for their performance in carrying out the work, and medals were granted to the units winning a contest in application of information technology.
Fu Zhenhua, Minister of Justice, presents medals to winning units in a contest in application of information technology. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]
Fu Zhenhua, Minister of Justice, conducts field surveys in Jiangsu. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]