The government moves closer to implementing a system of automatically generating forms for public transactions with the first batch of employees undergoing a training recently.

Personnel from the Anti-Money Laundering Council, Civil Aeronautics Board, Cooperative Development Authority, Department of Foreign Affairs, Information and Communications Technology Office, Mines and Geosciences Bureau, National Water Resources Board, Philippine Science High School, and Sugar Regulatory Administration learned how to convert printed and downloadable forms into forms that can be filled out online.

The training on Forms Buider, held on July 18 at the Information and Communications Technology Office building in Quezon City, is part of iGovPhil’s initiative to implement a system of generating forms for hassle-free and easier online transactions.