To mitigate any problems during the next local elections such as inaccurate counting, interpretation and appreciation of ballots, lawmakers propose the use of the Automated Elections System (AES).
The e-titles enable people to have a clear and defined ownership of the parcels of land they are tilling, stabilising the right, long-term improvements and increasing production of their land.
Digital development necessitates the provision and access to the internet for Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas, indigenous communities and other upland areas if the nation wants inclusive progress.
President Marcos Jr shared his government's digitalisation plan at the World Economic Forum and confirmed that the country is open to any support for its national digitalisation efforts.
A S.A.F.E NCRPO APP Alert mobile application will notify the nearest police officers of a crime and request immediate police assistance. The initiative aims to make crime reporting more efficient and keep citizens safe.
The strengthened collaboration aims to encourage the exchange of knowledge, technical expertise, and best practices on digital connectivity, cybersecurity, and digital government between the Philippines and Singapore.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. is directing a public-private partnership for a speedy rollout of the national digital ID to ensure citizens have a better government experience and better access to services.
A lawmaker has suggested employing e-voting, which is a vital component of democracy, for Philippine overseas workers to prevent voting disenfranchisement while protecting the sanctity of their votes.
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