The Government Project Management Information System (PMGov) is an online project management application that allows project proponents to collaborate with all the stakesholders every step of the way: from initiation to planning and design, execution, monitoring and evaluation, to closing.

Its principles are based on the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBok) and Projects in Controlled Environments, version 2 (Prince2). It recognizes ten knowledge areas that are typical to all projects, namely: integration management, scope management, time management, cost management, quality management, human resource management, communications management, risk management, procurement management, stakeholder management.

BENEFITS:

  • support multiple projects and user roles
  • flexible role-based access control
  • flexible task tracking system
  • allws the proponents to track the length of time
  • spent for each task and enables users to track and manage their time for each assignment
  • enables file and document sharing
  • enables the agency to add internal and external
  • stakeholders, with email address and phone number, in one database
  • allows an agency to have full control over projects and manage its people and resources efficiently and effectively

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

  • completed systems development
  • pilot implementation to four agencies:
    • Department of Budget and Management
    • National Economic Development Authority
    • Commission on Higher Education
    • Information and Communications Technology Office
  • created instance for DBM and NEDA
  • actively being used by ICT Office and DBM

TRAINING:

TITLE

DATE

NUMBER OF AGENCY

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Users Training for iGov Team Leaders

March 11, 2014

1

16

Walkthrough to ICTO Deputy of Executive Directors and Service Managers

June 11, 2014

1

15

Users Training for Project Managers

September 2-4, 2014

4

9

Users Training for Project Managers of MITHI and ISSP Reviewers

October 8-10, 2014

2

19