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eGov PH Super App digitalizes gov’t services

QUEZON CITY (PIA) --  The recent launch of the eGov PH Super App is expected to enhance and digitalize the services of government to the Filipino people.

Through the Super App, Filipinos will be able to access and avail of highly desirable government services such as valid personal identification in digital format; essential day-to-day core government services; e-tourism and e-travel services; e-payments and banking services; and, even access to useful news and information about various subjects.

According to President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr., this is an “extremely important step in heading down the road to digitalizing the bureaucracy” that will cover the national and local government units.

“We hope with the beginnings of this e-governance system, that a senior living in an isolated place, an isolated island somewhere who, by the time we will have connectivity, can just go on to their phone (and transact),” he said.

Moreover, the Chief Executive hopes that through digitalization and the use of available apps, all transactions can be simplified and, in the end, minimize corruption and other abuses in the country.

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Meanwhile, the President also extends his support to the Paleng-QR Ph Plus Initiative and urges government agencies to educate Filipinos on the use of e-wallets and other digital payment apps. He recognizes its significant role to prop up economic activities, particularly with the inclusion of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

​​The Paleng-QR Ph program, jointly developed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), aims to build the digital payments ecosystem in the country by promoting cashless payments in public markets and local transportation, particularly tricycles.

The program seeks to enjoin local government units (LGUs) to push for the acceptance of digital payments among market vendors, community shopkeepers, and tricycle operators and drivers (TODA) in all cities and municipalities in the country.

Digitalization of government processes and transactions is one of the transformational programs of the current administration to deliver efficient services to the people.  (KSAA – PIA CPSD)

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