The Philippine Government has launched an app to aid in businesses involving state agencies: the eGov PH Super App.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Ivan John Uy, Information and Technology Secretary, held a ceremony to launch the mobile application. With the eGov PH Super App, it will allow the public to have a hassle-free transaction and lessen corruption in government.
“This is what we are pushing for. This is what e-governance is about — to bring it all together, to make it simple and available and accessible,” President Marcos said, “I am very, very happy that we are going in this direction. There is another part of this that is extremely important, that is sometimes we do not talk about, and that is the lessening of corruption,” he added.
DICT is collaborating with other government agencies that involve developing, implementing, and integrating several components, such as E-Local Government Units (ELGU), E-Government Application (EGovApp), EGovpay, E-Travel, and E-Cloud, among others.
The app’s goal is to make sure it serves as way to have easy access to local and national government services. It also features streamlined government transactions that is said to reduce the cost between the government and the people.