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The National Government Portal (NGP) is envisioned as a one-stop gateway uniting all web-based government content to maximize efficiency and provide rapid, high-quality service to citizens. The single website factor effectively reduces costs as opposed to maintaining multiple systems. For citizens, business or government users, this means access to a reliable government online services and information.
The NGP's design allows Government-to-Government (G2G), Government-to-Citizen (G2C), Government-to-Business (G2B) services, and vice-versa to occur all in one venue. As an added value, the NGP will also help unify the Philippine Government under a singular online identity.
The NGP is based on the requirements set by the DICT's (formerly, ICTO) E-Government Master Plan (EGMP). The DICT is mandated by law (Republic Act 10844) to harmonize all national ICT plans and initiatives including the NGP.
Why build a National Government Portal?
The NGP reduces the number of physical visits required in government transactions, hence it will promote greater access to services. This makes things more convenient for the citizen. Paper-based document generation and processing time will also be reduced.
Aside from transactions, the NGP also serves as an access point for government data. This brings important government information to citizens' fingertips.
Allows citizens to customise their web page to display the theme and information and services they want to access using any device, mobile or desktop at any time.
The NGP reduces government expenses by cutting down on the operation and maintenance costs incurred when managing multiple websites and systems.
Through the NGP, government agencies can access the government common platform, where applications and databases will interoperate to enable data sharing.
The NGP also aims to propagate a uniform government look and feel while harmonizing work processes, increasing government transparency.
The NGP is a single source where business users can access information, online forms, applications, and other government requirements they may need for their day to day operations.
The NGP hosts the integrated government service center, making it easier for businesses to get government assistance on issues.
What will the NGP Achieve?
Happier and more satisfied citizens and other users of online services;
Continued improvement in our international eGovernment ranking;
It will make resource and information aggregation easier and more economical since the government will only spend for one platform
With a dedicated development and operations team, government online forms can trigger faster transactions, processing, and services
By design, it will address government efficiency (G2G) and government-consumer communication (G2C/C2G, G2B/B2G) issues.
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