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eGovernment Implementation in the Philippines Print E-mail

eGovernment Implementation
in the
Philippines
based on the 10-Point Agenda
of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo


DISCUSSION       AGENDA

•          President G M Arroyo's 10-Point "Legacy" Agenda
•           Strategic Directions for ICT in the Philippines
•           The Commission on InfoComm Technology (CICT)
•           The eGov't Development Group (eGDG)
•           Cross-Agency Projects enabled thru the eGov Fund
•          2003/2004 eGov Fund
•          2005 (and future) eGov Funds

PGMA's 10-Point Agenda
o      Balanced budget
o      Education for all
o      Automated elections
o      Transport & digital infrastructure
o      Termination of conflicts/insurgencies
o      Healing the wounds of EDSA
o      Electricity & water all over
o      Opportunities (10m jobs) for all
o      Decentralize development
o      Decongest Metro Manila
o      Subic/Clark as logistics hubs
PGMA's 10-Point Agenda     with high ICT utility
o      Balanced budget
o      Education for all
o      Automated elections
o      Transport & digital infrastructure
o      Termination of conflicts/insurgencies
o      Healing the wounds of EDSA
o      Electricity & water all over
o      Opportunities (10m jobs) for all
o      Decentralize development
o      Decongest Metro Manila
o      Subic/Clark as logistics hubs
Executive Order 269,     dated January 15, 2004

Commission on ICT

CHAIRMAN
4 COMMISSIONERS
TELOF
(approx. 5,000 staff)
NCC
(approx. 270 staff)
PPC
DOTC Functions
NTC

CICT's Five               Strategic Mandates
  1. To provide affordable Internet access to all urban and rural communities
  2. To build ICT awareness and capability in Philippine society
  3. To provide a safe, healthy and competitive    ICT-enabled business environment
  4. To generate high value jobs in all communities through world-class ICT-based and ICT-enabled services
  5. To provide ICT-enabled government services directly to citizens and businesses
Organizational Structure     of CICT
Commission on Information and Communications Technology
CHAIRMAN
Secretary Virgilio L. Peña
COMMISSIONER
eGovernment
Development Group
T M Diaz de Rivera
DG, NCC
COMMISSIONER
Information Infrastructure
Development Group
E E Emphasis
Head, TELOF
COMMISSIONER
Strategic Business
Development Group
D D O Mapa
COMMISSIONER
 Human Capital
Development Group
E M Lallana, PhD
1st Major Function of the       eGov Development Group
q      Government ICT Policy, Research and Standards Development
n       Preparation/Update of the Government Information Strategic Plan (GISP) every 5 years
n       Conduct of various research studies and surveys to assess global eGov best practices as well as undertake local situational assessments
n       Preparation of Memo Circulars / Issuances on ICT Policies and ICT Standards for adoption by NGAs, LGUs, SUCs, GOCCs and/or for consideration by the Philippine Legislature
2nd Major Function of the       eGov Development Group
q      Government ICT Program Review and Monitoring
n       Conduct of in-depth reviews of all Agency Info Systems Strategic Plans (ISSPs) to determine conformance to established ICT policies/standards and to the national Gov't Information Strategic Plan (GISP)
n       Issuance of appropriate Agency ISSP endorsements to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
n       Provides oversight project portfolio review and monitoring on all projects funded out of the eGovernment Fund
n       Provides secretariat support to two inter-agency committees:
p      the eGov Frontline Services SWG; and
p      the eGov Project Proposal Review/Selection SWG
3rd Major Function of the       eGov Development Group
q      Government ICT Consulting Services Office
n       Provides ICT-related consulting assistance to National Gov't Agencies (NGAs)
p      Strategic Information Systems Planning
p      Systems Design and Development
p      IT Project Management (PMBOK-based)
p      IT Change Management
p      ICT Procurement Assistance
n       Overall Project Management for the e-Gov Services Portal and the eGov Payment Gateway initiatives
4th Major Function of the       eGov Development Group
q      Government ICT Field Operations Office (FOO)
n       Provides ICT-related consulting assistance to Local Gov't Units (LGUs) and to field offices of National Gov't Agencies (NGAs)
n       Overall Project Management for e-LGU initiative
p      Automating revenue-generating functions of LGUs
p      Establishing LGU-owned and managed Community eCenters
The eGovernment Fund
The eGovernment Fund was created as an alternative funding source for mission-critical, high-impact,  and cross-agency ICT projects:
Ø       Institutionalization of a facility / mechanism that would provide full funding support for mission-critical government ICT projects;
Ø       Ensure successful completion of high-impact ICT projects that would jumpstart the development and implementation of eGovernment throughout the country; and
Ø       Facilitation of professional evaluation, selection and monitoring practices for ICT projects that would result in more effective and / or efficient cross-agency interfaces.
Project Selection Criteria
Basic / Qualifying Criteria:
v      Consistent with established ICT Plans and Frameworks, i.e. MTPDP, GISP & ITECC Strategic Roadmap
v      Citizen-centric
v      Cross-agency
v      Has a multiplier effect
Project Selection Criteria
Technical Evaluation Criteria:
     Benefits:
Ø       Contribution to good governance
Ø       Enhancement of service delivery
Ø       Promotion of social benefits
     Sustainability:
Ø       Financial Feasibility
Ø       Technical Feasibility
Ø       Operational Feasibility
     Deliverables and Costs
General Benefits of
 Endorsed Projects

Enhanced service delivery
Ø       Reduction in time and costs in providing and acquiring government service
Ø       Increase in the volume of transactions and target beneficiary groups
Ø       Increase in revenue collection
Ø       Facilitate end to end processing of government services
Ø       Provides basic online services to underserved or unserved communities
General Benefits of
 Endorsed Projects

Promotion of transparency and accountability in government operations
Ø       Rationalization of government databases
Ø       Provisioning of Internet-based government information and services, facilitating 24x7 accessibility
General Benefits of
 Endorsed Projects

Facilitated streamlining and standardization of inter-agency processes and sharing of information within and among national government agencies
Ø       Provisioning of quality information and decision tools that can be shared by national government agencies
Ø       Enablement of interfacing / interconnection of existing government networks, processes, and systems
Projects Endorsed for Funding
(2003/2004 e-Government Fund)
PROJECT
COST (PhP,M)
1. BIR Computerization Projects
678.51
2. BOC Asycuda World Project
500.00
3. DTI Philippine Business Registry
175.76
4. DAP Knowledge Networking for Enterprising
Agricultural Communities
168.74
5. NLP E-Library
166.77
6. DILG Local Government Portal
150.00
7. NCC E-Gov Services Portal + Payment Gateway
150.00
8. NCC E-LGU
100.00
9. AMLC Transaction Monitoring and Analysis System
100.00
10. TelOf Community E-Center
95.92
11. SEC i-Report
86.87
12. POEA E-Overseas Filipino Workers Link
72.92
13. CSC Portal for E-Governance for the Civil Service Corps
70.64
14. DBM E-Budget Implementation and Business Continuity
58.97
15. PMS Knowledge Management Center
55.30
16. DSWD Online Transaction System for Frontline Services
54.62
17. BFAD Automation Project
51.52
18. DOST Tests, Analysis and Calibration IS
49.06
19.  DOH Drug Test Operations and Management IS
44.72
20. National Telehealth Center's National Telehealth Network (Buddy Works)
86.87
21. NLRC Case Management System
41.46
22. FNRI E-Nutrition
30.51
23. PAGASA Philippine Interactive Climate Weather Information Network
25.90
24. OES Governance Monitoring System
10.00
TOTAL
2,981.31
Pending Projects for 2005
PROJECT
COST
(Php,M)
STATUS/REMARKS
DILG Public Safety Information System
176.00
Approved in 2003/04 delibs, but deferred for implem under 2005 Fund
DAP Knowledge Networking for Agriculture
22.87
2nd tranche for 2005 Fund (1st tranche under 2003/04 Fund)
UP-Manila's Philippine National Health Infrastructure Network
67.41
Deferred for 2005 Fund deliberations
PIA Outsourcing GAWIN 1345
31.70
Deferred for 2005 Fund deliberations
Priority Projects for 2005
o      NEDA Harmonized Gov't Numbering System
o      DILG Public Safety Information System
o      DTI Philippine Business Registry
o      CICT Community E-Center
o      POEA E-OFW Link (Phase 2)
o      DBM  E-Procurement
Projects Proposed for 2005
PROJECT
COST (P,M)
DOH Automation of the Bureau of Health Devices and Technology
124.96
DOST-PCHRD Health/Telehealth Content and Services for Rural Health Units
40.50
DOST-PCIERD Web-based GIS on Renewable Energy
40.00
National Conciliation and Mediation Board's Dispute Settlement and Prevention Information System
34.27
CSC Portal for E-Governance in the Civil Service Corps (2nd request)
29.98
DOH OFW Medical Clinic Information System
28.42
BIR 2003/04 E-Gov Fund "Carryover" Projects:
    E-Submission of Government Payees
      ITS Web Enablement
      IT Outsourcing
31.38
BIR Registration Linkage with SEC
11.17
BIR DB Query Linkage with Land Registration Authority
18.00
BIR DB Query Linkages with LTO and LTFRB
18.65
BIR Tax Credit and Refund System Linkage with DOF
23.00
BIR Business Intelligence Project
57.31
PROJECT
COST
DOH Systems Development and Implementation of the Computerized Pharmacy System  and GMA-DOH "Suki" Card
208.06
NEDA-RDC / DOST-RO Projects
o      Investment and Tourism Information System
o      Small and Medium Enterprises Online Portal
o      Establishment and Interconnectivity of Databases for Regional Development Promotion
o      Establishment of Leyte Governance Center Broadband Network
20.19
Reference Websites 
www.gov.ph                         NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
                                                             INFORMATION PORTAL
www.cict.gov.ph                  COMMISSION ON ICT
www.neda.gov.ph               NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND
                                                             DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
www.ncc.gov.ph                  NATIONAL COMPUTER CENTER
foo.ncc.gov.ph                     NATIONAL COMPUTER
                                                             CENTER's e-LGU PORTAL
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