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The current version of PMGov is being reviewed and updated. The project will continue to support the agencies who have availed the system. New applications for PMGov instances, however, will be put on hold.
With each government unit, office or agency implementing its own projects, it is important to keep track of people and activities in order to monitor the projects’ progress and ensure that the activities are carried out as planned. However, there is no standard method or tool being utilized by the government to track its projects. Tracking projects by the government can be a mix of different versions of spreadsheets, documents, email exchanges and various meetings, which could lead to some confusion as to the actual state and progress of projects.
The iGovPhil Program addresses this issue through the Government Project Management Information System (PMGov), an online project management application that allows project proponents to collaborate with all the stakesholders every step of the way: from initiation to planning and design, execution, monitoring and evaluation, to closing.
Its principles are based on the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBok) and Projects in Controlled Environments, version 2 (Prince2). It recognizes ten knowledge areas that are typical to all projects, namely: integration management, scope management, time management, cost management, quality management, human resource management, communications management, risk management, procurement management, stakeholder management.
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