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Vi Quang Dao, director-general of the portal, told the media that the page would carry news about the Government faster and to a wider audience.
It would feature press releases, information about instructions from the Prime Minister and his deputies and Government activities.
A fanpage called Dien dan Canh tranh Quoc gia, or National Competition Forum, is also being tested.
The fanpages are part of a Government resolution that focuses on boosting administrative reforms related to information technology use.
Le Manh Ha, deputy head of the Government Office, said if e-governance is to become popular, online procedures must be simple and convenient.
The deputy head asked for intermediate applications for people to communicate with authorities on mobile phone base, as well as, increasing constant supervision of people.
One hundred public services are to be provided online by the end of 2016, the resolution targets.
It also seeks to integrate the public services offered by ministries, agencies, and localities on the national public service portal.
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Thanh Hung said it is necessary to improve the IT skills of both government workers and the public.
His ministry would work together with the Ministry of Education and Training to develop appropriate training programmes, he said.