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iGovPhil Project

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Jops Josef

on 17 September 2017

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Transcript of iGovPhil Project

Other Gov't IT initiatives
Philippines eGov't Model
To provide fast, reliable and affordable access to the communications services and information
To cultivate an enabling environment to further attract and sustain private sector investments in ICT infrastructure development
Pursue legal, regulatory and policy reforms
To achieve increased transparency, efficiency and trust in Government through enhancement of e-Gov't systems
Strategic Plan and Focus
Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016
Philippines eGov't Hierarchical Structure
Philippine Digital Strategy
Country Development
and People Empowerment
and Efficient
ICT Industry
and Business
for All People
Investing in
Digital Literacy
for All
The development of e-Government
Providing Internet access and opportunities for all people
Support the continued growth of the IT/BPO industry and extending its benefits
"Investing" in people
The need for policy and regulatory reforms
Widens horizon to support progress and innovation
Highlights the following:
Philippine Digital Strategy 2011-2016
World e-Government Ranking
Provide a “corporate identity” to the government employees through the domain: user@agency.department.gov.ph
Data sovereignty
Improved security features + PKI
“e-Government can be the key to the achievement of integration of economic, social and environmental goals for development planning” (UN e-Government Survey 2012)
supports the establishment of effective institutional linkages necessary for sustainable development
improve the internal workings of the public sector by reducing financial costs and transaction times so as to better integrate work flows and processes
seeks to establish ‘better processes and systems’ aimed at more efficiency, effectiveness, inclusion and sustainability
supports development by improving inter-organizational linkages and consolidation of government systems
Shared Services
integrated Gov't
Philippines Project
records management, archival and document tracking system
functional design based on the general requirements and process flow of records management in government
Customizable to agency-specific needs and process flow
Pilot Agencies: NAP, DBM, ICTO and ASTI
Public Key Infrastructure
Applications of the PKI
Secure email
Secure web server
User authentication for the
Single Sign-on
Digital Signature for online forms/documents
Encryption and time-stamping services
Two sites for Gov't Data Center
Manila: NCC
Host common and shared applications
Available for co-location, DRR, back-up and hosting services for NGA's
Benefits for NGA's
NGAs need not set-up their own data centers or outsource web/online services hosting
No need to maintain/train own personnel to manage data center
Improve security for all applications
Local technical support
Connect 162 government agencies in Metro Manila and 11 in Cebu
Fiber Optic Network
Faster data transfers between agencies
Reduced internet connectivity cost for the government
Encourage migration to Gov't Data Center and server consolidation for improved efficiency and security
Electronic Collaboration Systems
Gov't Online Payment System
Archives and Records
Management Information System
Single Sign-On
System which allows users (citizens & government employees) to access government services easier and more conveniently by simply signing in into one application
Web Template
Aimed at achieving one look and feel for all government websites
Ensured usability for all government websites by providing standards on navigation, design elements and content based on existing policies
provide templates for common CMS such as Wordpress, Drupal and Joomla!
Key component of the Gov't Online Payment System
Can function as a stand-alone system for online forms generation of NGAs (i.e., online registration, surveys and the like)
and VoIP
Aimed at improving inter-agency communications and coordination
Provide SIP registry for VoIP services
Provide access to MCU facilities to government agencies for their video conferencing needs
Develop an online project management application that can be used by NGA's to manage and track projects
Based on Redmine, an open-source project management application
Building Blocks of eGov't
Use of digital certificates for authentication, encryption, and validation of online government transactions
Philippine eGov't Masterplan
Philippine National
- citizens can pay for government services anytime, anywhere, 24/7. No more long queues
Comprehensive payment facility
- no need for agencies to develop their own e-payment facility
Reduces risk of handling cash and opportunities for graft and corruption
- payment is directly transferred to BTr
Online payment system for government services and transactions
Uses various payment methods such as credit card, debit card, online banking, bank and non-bank OTC and mobile banking
Cloud-based, enterprise-class email solution
Collaboration Suite which includes calendaring/scheduling, file repository, resource management and contacts
Multi-platform access: desktop, web and mobile
VoIP and VideoCon
Aimed at improving inter-agency communication and coordination
Contact Details:
(632) 920.0101 / 928.6105 locals 2632 / 2624




(G2C, G2B, G2G)

Vision: A digitally empowered and integrated government that provides responsive and transparent online citizen-centered services for a globally competitive Filipino nation
Mission: To provide efficient, responsive and transparent online services for the Filipino people through the integrated and optimum use of information systems and technologies throughout the government
Medium-Term IT Harmonization Initiative
Key Result Areas for ICT Assessment
Pushing for interoperability
Gov't Financial Management Information System
Gov't Human Resources
Information System
Department of
Budget and Management
Unified Multi-Purpose ID
EO 420
card-issuing NGAs and GOCCs to harmonize their identification systems
Pushing for shared services
Need to enhance ICT human resources
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