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Streamline Your Government Transactions with the New eGovPH Super App: Boosting Digitalization in the Philippines

In a significant move towards digitalization, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) of the Philippines has recently launched the eGovPH "super app." This revolutionary application aims to streamline all government transactions, while also supporting the digitalization efforts of the Marcos, Jr. administration. By leveraging the power of this innovative app, citizens can conveniently access government services and information online, both at the local and national levels.

During the official launch held at Malacañang, President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. and DICT Secretary Ivan John Uy highlighted the urgency of digitalization in the country. Marcos emphasized that digitalization is not merely an option, but a necessity that must be embraced. He noted that the Philippines has fallen behind in this aspect and emphasized the need to leverage available technologies to bridge the gap. The eGovPH super app is seen as a crucial building block for transforming the economy, ensuring ease of doing business and facilitating seamless interactions with the government. Furthermore, this digital leap positions the Philippines to compete effectively in the global market.

The e-GovPH super app, which forms a part of the e-Gov PH system introduced in December of the previous year, can be easily downloaded from the Google Play and Apple application stores. Serving as a one-stop-shop platform, it provides access to a wide range of local and national government services. Users can carry out various transactions through the app, such as SIM registration, local government unit services, job applications, tourism information, start-up empowerment, healthcare information, and providing feedback. To fully utilize the features, users are required to register, complete the verification process, and provide a live selfie. Once verified, an eGov Digital ID will be issued along with a corresponding QR code.

Although the application is rapidly gaining traction, it is important to note that not all government agencies are currently integrated into the system. The DICT is actively working on expanding the network of connected agencies. DICT Secretary Uy highlighted that initially, only selected agencies with advanced digital infrastructure have been included. However, efforts are underway to bring all government agencies on board the platform, as the DICT aims to continually enhance the system.

The creation of a single operating system, approved by President Marcos in April, has significantly strengthened the program. This system aims to streamline government transactions at both the national and local levels, further enhancing the efficiency and accessibility of services.

Embrace the new era of digital government services in the Philippines with the eGovPH super app. By leveraging this powerful tool, citizens can enjoy streamlined processes, convenient access to information, and contribute to the country's digital transformation. Download the app today and experience the future of government transactions in the palm of your hand!

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