The application will enable smartphone users to easily access public information services and connect with local authorities.
The training covered topics such as big data processing, the storage and the handling of big data, infrastructure requirements, and how to manage big data using IPv6.
The department will launch an integrated mapping, monitoring, modeling, and management system for the Manila Bay.
The ministry recognises cybersafety and security a prerequisite for e-government development and digital transformation.
The strategy aims to secure and strengthen the country’s cyberspace by bringing together expert agencies and businesses.
The platform, eSanjeevani, utilises cloud services for hosting and is being upgraded to be compatible with advanced telemedicine tools for the efficient delivery of services.
The Department of Information and Communications plans to create a government-owned national fibre optic network.
The fair will be held online, and job seekers can view opportunities from various government line agencies.
The government is firmly focused on employment, education and training (EET) to support the COVID-19 recovery.
The Philippines was recognised by the European Centre for Digital Competitiveness for its programs to promote a digital ecosystem and culture and encourage start-ups and tech businesses.