‘Prioritize transition to e-governance’

To usher in a ‘better normal,” Senator Bong Go on Sunday urged government agencies to prioritize transition to e-governance for more efficient and responsive delivery of service.

Aside from supporting calls of his fellow lawmakers to ensure access to fast and reliable internet for all Filipinos, he called on the Department of Information and Communications Technology and other concerned agencies to prioritize developing e-governance systems and transform the conduct of government processes.

He said this would make the government more efficient, accessible, and responsive to the changing times.

During these times, Go said we should learn all these online transitions from e-governance, e-commerce and also online learning.

“It is Important that our country should not be left behind when it comes to transition to the digital age,” Go said.

Topics: Bong Go , e-governance , Department of Information and Communications Technology , e-commerce , online learning
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