MANILA, Philippines- Nilagdaan ng Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) nitong Huwebes ang memorandum of agreement sa ilang government para palawigin ang serbisyo sa eGov PH Super App.
Kabilang sa mga ahensya na lumagda sa kasunduan sa DICT ang Bureau of Customs, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board, Manila International Airport Authority, Metro Manila Development Authority, at ang Department of Labor and Employment.
“One of the important highlights of the MOU is the integration of the services of our partner agencies in the eGov app… This is a one stop shop single sign on platform for vital national and local government services that we officially launched with the President earlier this month,” paliwanag ni DICT Secretary Ivan John Uy.
“We will also be looking at deploying an eGov pay system which secures the payment channels to simplify and standardize payment processing and transactions for all government services.”
“We are also in partnership with the DILG in our E-LGU App which will expedite local government services such as issuance of permits, licenses, clearances, and the payment of amilyar,” patuloy niya.
Ipinaliwanag din ng iba’t ibang agency representatives kung paano makatutulong ang app sa publiko.
“Today we unite with unwavering determination and focus all while harnessing the vast potential of technology to elevate our Customs administration, enhance efficiency, and create an unparalleled digital experience for our citizens and businesses,” sabi ni Customs commissioner Bienvenido Rubio.
Sinabi ng DICT chief na nilalayon ng inisyatiba na alisin ang mga pila sa pamamagitan ng pagkakasa ng online transactions.
“It is our hope that these projects among many will be sending a resounding message that sooner than later the government service would mean that the public can go online and not fall in line,” paglalahad ni Uy.
Aniya pa, maisusulong nito ang transparency at efficiency. RNT/SA