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TACIS Project: Aiming High for Global Standards

Can the sugar content in a can of cola drink be known?
 
Can the amount of fabric shrinkage be measured? Can the total length of a yarn in a thread holder be determined?

Can the manager of a gasoline station be assured that the tanker of gasoline which states that it carries 40,000 liters of gasoline is delivered exactly as stated?

These questions may be ignored by ordinary consumers but manufacturers, exporters, and small medium enterprises (SMEs) have to submit their products for scientific testing, analysis and calibration so that they can meet the global standards and compete in the international market.

The agency that caters to these needs is the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) where testing, analysis and calibration services are being offered.

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CSC PIDS:Government Manpower Information at Hand

Imagine these scenarios:  A civil servant who is about to retire accesses his file in the computer and downloads a complete record of his whole tenure in government.  A Human Resource Officer accesses the database of its agency and generates the manpower inventory report with just a click of a mouse. An  agency  responds within minutes to the request of another agency for a statistical report of its human resources.

Information and communications technology (ICT) makes these situations possible specially when the Civil Service Commission's (CSC) Personnel Information Database System (PIDS) advances into its final stage of development.

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POEA’s e-Link: Revisited

Over the years, we have seen a lot of significant changes in how governments provide services to their people. We have seen how these governments, all over the world, have used information and communications technologies (ICTs) to provide faster, convenient and efficient services.

In the Philippines, the passage of the Electronic Commerce Act paved the way to the creation of the Electronic Government Fund. The e-Gov Fund was established to finance government computerization programs, one of which is the Overseas Filipino Workers' (OFWs) e-Link Project with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) taking the lead.

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