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E-Government Master Plan

for 2013-2016
An Overview

Denis F. Villorente
Information and Communications Technology Office
(ICT Office)
What is the EGMP?
Provides a blueprint for the
implementation of e-
Government projects
A living plan that builds on the
past, recognizes present
challenges, and develops a
vision for the future

Provides e-Government
builders and partners with the
roadmap on how to achieve e-
Government targets and
milestones
Legal Basis
Executive Order No. 47, s. 2011 Section 5.a
Prepare a medium-term development plan for
ICT research and development and its linkages
to the ICT industry, and a medium-term e-
governance infrastructure and information
systems plan in order to support
improvements in the global competitiveness
of our countrys economy;
Rationale behind the EGMP
Transparent and Open
Collaborative and
Integrated
Efficient Delivery of
Services
Innovative
E-Government in
the Philippines
Process behind the EGMP
Review of Key
Policy Areas and
Related Studies
Philippine
Development
Agenda
NIPA Assessment
Study on
Philippine E-Gov
Existing ICT plans
and programs
Review of Existing
& Proposed E-Gov
Initiatives
Review of the
iGovPhil project
Consultations and
Workshops
Identification of
priority areas
through service
clustering
Steering
Committee and
Working Group
meetings
MITHI Proposal
Submission and
Review Process
Basis and Goals of the EGMP
EGMP
Philippine Development
Plan (2011-2016)
Philippine Digital
Strategy (2011-2016)
Other Planning and
Assessment Studies and
related documents
Innovative
work
processes
Better
public
services
Promote
citizen
participation
Contents of the EGMP
ICT Assessment
of Selected
Public Agencies
Building blocks of
e-Government
Future of E-
Government
Pushing for Interoperability
Common transaction systems (G2C) and back-end systems
Primarily in silos: lacks interface with other systems and
organizations
Developed using different platforms
Pushing for Shared Services
Issue of technology obsolescence: Challenge for limited
resources
Full utilization remains a challenge
Need to Enhance ICT Human Resources

Key Result Areas for the ICT Assessment
Contents of the EGMP: ICT Assessment
EGMP
Hardware and
Software
Human
Capacity
Application
Systems and
Content
ICT
Infrastructure
Building Blocks for E-Government
e-Government Governance: Organization, Regulation and Policies
Client-centered Government Networked Government
Government Portal Groupware
Open Government Planning/KM/Risk Management
Open Data
Citizen (G2C) Business (G2B) Government to Government
e-Education Investment/Tourism Financial Management (GIFMIS, eTax)
e-Health & Welfare e-Logistics Human Resources (HRIS)
e-Justice, Peace and e-Agriculture Asset Management and Procurement
Order
SHARED SERVICES
e-Documents e-Signatures (PKI) e-Payment GIS
REGISTRIES
Citizen Land Business Vehicles
INFRASTRUCTURE
Internet Access, Data Center, Security
Contents of EGMP:
Future of E-Government
Future E-
Government
Initiatives
MITHI
Regulations &
Policies
Shared Services &
Common
Infrastructure
E-Government
Productivity Initiative
Shared Services and Common E-Gov
Infrastructure
Common Registries
(Land, Vehicles, Citizens, and Business)
Shared Services (HRIS, Accounting Systems,
Financial Management, Procurement Services)
Document
Management
Securing the
Networked
Government
Basic
Government
Infrastructure
Government
Portal
Regulation and Policies
Policy &
Regulatory
Proposals
Protection of
Digital
Information
Data Policy
Implementing
Rules on e-
Government
Target Outcomes
ICT-based transformation of governance and the
delivery of government services and
information, including for health and education,
especially in the countryside, towards inclusive
growth

The Philippines in the top 50 global ranking in
terms of e-government by 2016 (as against
Philippine ranking of #88 in the 2012 UN
E-Government Survey)