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PSA is considering printable national ID

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) has announced that they are eyeing on a ‘printable version’ of PhilSys identification cards or the national ID instead of handling them as physical copies to Filipinos.

“The PSA is currently working on increasing the production of the physical ID cards currently printed at the BSP (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) and will launch the printable version of the national ID that can be printed at the PSA registration centers,” said national statistician Dennis Mapa of PSA.

He claims that this will increase the registrant count with national ID on either physical or printable copies.

However, Mapa has not mentioned any further details when will the government launch such printable national IDs, or what will the specific processes to get it done.

Mapa originally said that about to 28 million physical copies of national ID cards are targeted for printing by yearend of 2022. The rest will be printable versions with mobile ID that can be accessed through PhilSys mobile app—that the agency announced last April—which is yet to be released as well.

Considering that the estimated time of delivery of physical national ID cards is six up to 10 months, having to print a national ID firsthand may bring convenience not just for the government but to the individual him/ herself. However, this process might pose a threat to authenticity, don’t you think?

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JM's highest stat is probably his curious ardor to anything tech—electronics and gaming in particular. He certainly heeds utmost regard to specsheet, visuals, and rule of thirds. If creativity and wit sometimes leave JM's system, watching films, anime and a good stroll for memes are his approved therapeutic claims.

8 Responses

  1. Avatar for Gum Gum says:

    Yung ID ko nga hanggang ngayon wala pa. Tapos s ibang offices yan ang required paano n lang kaming mga wala pang ID, ginagawa nyung primary ID yan tapos di nyu naman nirerelease agad.

  2. Avatar for Berus Berus says:

    Puro kayo kalokohan mag 2yrs na hangang ngyn wala pa mga ID namen.. tigil nyo nalang yan kung d nyo naman pala kya ipatupad ng tama..

  3. Avatar for Yhann Yhann says:

    Asa na nman tau,,puru ganyan nlng cnasabi nla,,o anu nangyari gang ngayun asan na mga id natin,,,ilang taon na gang ngayun ala pa tpus track mu daw tpus lalabas not found???bka umabot pa ng sampung dekada yan bago mai released mga cnasabi nlang id kuno!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Avatar for aichee aichee says:

    yung aken mag 1 yr nlng not found paden sa tracking ng philpost. nakakaloka aalis nlng ako ng pinas juskooo…

  5. Avatar for Ren-Ren Ren-Ren says:

    Dapat may nakaready na na id card with security features right after mo mag register on site meron na silang printers dun para sana na release na agad nila.

  6. Avatar for rectoboy.hoaxfordgraduate rectoboy.hoaxfordgraduate says:

    Sisigla ang negosyo sa recto.haha

  7. Avatar for Rei Rei says:

    Haha, bandaid solution as always.

    • Avatar for rectoboy.hoaxfordgraduate rectoboy.hoaxfordgraduate says:

      Totoo. ang hihilig nila sa bandaid solution kapag hindi na meet yung targets. parang they’re making decisions after the problems arise. walang mitigating measures sa mga posibleng problem that will arise in the long run.

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