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Philippine IT expects breakthroughs on modernization

The IT office of the Department of the Science and Technology in the Philippines hopes for some significant advancements on their public services. Joel D. Pinaroc of ZDNet’s Pinoy Post discusses the latest updates/upgrades rollout made by the Philippine government’s IT unit, particularly the highly-anticipated “PhPay” online payment system, which will improve service delivery to the Filipinos, an issue that they have endured for too long.

Pinaroc writes that by design, the new electronic payment system is expected to make it easier for the public and private sectors to avail of and pay for various government services without wasting time on long queues – a predicament in which several government agencies are well-known to be notorious of.

This project is a positive step for a country hoping to join others that already have their governments up-to-date.

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About Kristian Dayrit

Kristian Dayrit was the Associate Editor and Content Writer for AITS Philippines. He has edited and wrote various published works, articles, newsletters and such since 2007.

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