To simplify processes and improve public service, the government has embarked on a mission to implement interoperability and rationalize data management through a common platform for the whole of government, the Department of Science and Technology announced today (Thursday, February 26). Louis Napoleon C. Casambre, DOST Undersecretary and Executive Director of the Information and Communications continue reading
The Integrated Government Philippines will be conducting an executive briefing on its developing projects, the Philippine eGovernment Interoperability Framework (PeGIF) and the Philippine Government Common Platform (PGCP) this 8:00 AM at Sequioa Hotel, Quezon City. Live streaming is available here.
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Office, through the Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) Project, will be conducting an executive briefing on its developing projects, the Philippine eGovernment Interoperability Framework (PeGIF) and the Philippine Government Common Platform (PGCP). These initiatives are focused on simplifying government operations and coordination for improved public service. Agency heads, chief information officers (CIOs), continue reading
Turnover of GovMail Service to ICT Office for operations and sustainability is now in process. For any related concerns (e.g. technical support, general inquiries, accounts, etc.), please send all emails to ICT Office GovMail Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-0101 and look for Mr. John Mark Lozano.
This refers to the announcement of the iGovPhil Project yesterday, December 10, regarding the issuance of digital certificates to COA auditors as part of the projects’ year end event. The iGovPhil Project would like to clarify that the COA auditors are encouraged to apply for their own INDIVIDUAL CERTIFICATES before the event. The application form and continue reading
This is to inform everyone that the Resource Pooling Strategy and Focused-Group discussion on Aral scheduled on December 11, 2014 (Thursday) have been postponed due to low turnout of attendees. These activities were part of the two-day iGovPhil Project Year-Ender Activity. Further notice will be provided once schedule has been finalized.
The Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) Project is inviting all private and public universities, academic institutions, and private IT providers to come to our Year-End Activities on December 11 at 2nd Floor, Innotech Laboratory Room, ICT Office Bldg., C.P. Garcia Ave., Diliman, Quezon City. The project will be presenting its Resource Pooling Strategy, an initiaive of continue reading
We regret to inform everyone concerned that the workshop/consultation on Information Interoperability Framework (IIF) and Philippine Government Common Platform (PGCP) lined up for November 5-7, 2014 has been cancelled. It has been decided to hold it simultaneously with the iGovPhil Project yearend activity in December. We will inform you of the details as soon as possible.
The Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) Project has announced that a new stable version of the government web template (GWT), running on Joomla content management system, is now available for download. Version 3.1 of the template offers minor bug fixes and updates on the design of the previous version. To get a copy, download it from continue reading
A patch for the double-date bug on the gwt-wordpress-5.x template, which displays in category posts and pages, is now available for download. The patch will remove the double date issue from: FEATURED EVENTS FEATURED continue reading