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TIM to Build NCC's E-Government Service Portal

Posted at May 26, 2010

 

NCC SIGNS DEAL WITH TIM CORP. FOR E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES PORTAL. Angelo Timoteo Diaz De Rivera, Director-General of NCC (seated, 3rd from left) and Jose Mari Antunez, President and CEO of TIM (seated, 2nd from left) recently signed the contract for the Design, Development, Establishment, and Hosting of the E-Government Services Portal. Also in photo (seated, from left) are: Salvador Aque, TIM Senior VP; Teresita Roberto, NCC Director; and Estanislao Granados, Jr., Executive Director of Procurement Service – Department of Budget and Management (PS-DBM); (standing, from left): Gerry Sargento, TIM Account Manager; Teresita De la Cruz, PS-DBM Purchasing Division Chief; Grace Amberong, NCC Information Technology Officer II; and Dalisay De la Chica, PS-DBM Accounting Division Chief.
 

 

Continuing its tradition of serving the government sector, industry-leader Total Information Management Corp. (TIM) has once again been awarded another contract for a total solution integration project with a government agency. The National Computer Center (NCC), through the Procurement Service (PS) of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), recently signed a deal with TIM for the Design, Development, Establishment, and Hosting of the E-Government Services Portal.

 

The core objective of the project is build and establish as true citizen-centric, business-friendly, and frontline service-focused E-Government Services Portal. This Internet-based delivery channel is envisioned by NCC to eventually serve as the central hub for all government agencies’ services and information exchange.

 

“TIM believes in NCC’s vision to be the prime mover in the government in harnessing Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as a strategic tool for national development. We are also confident that with this project we are about to undertake, NCC shall successfully carry out its mission of ‘championing the rational and optimal use of ICT in the government for the delivery of public services through innovative solutions’”, says Jose Mari M. Antunez, President and CEO of TIM.

 

“With TIM as our chosen partner for this major endeavor, NCC is confident of achieving what we have been aspiring for since a few years back. In the near future, every Filipino citizen and business entity needing to avail of any service from the government will have the option to pass through this portal. Electronic transactions with other government agencies such as NSO, DFA, SSS, GSIS, NBI, HDMF, PHIC, and BIR may use this portal as a centralized delivery channel, thus enabling NCC as the frontline for e-government services,” says Angelo Timoteo M. Diaz de Rivera, Director General of NCC.

 

TIM’s proven experience in delivering integrated solutions, ranging from Data Center provisioning to hardware/software implementation to operations/network management and disaster recovery, all come into the fore in this major IT initiative. The portal shall become the government’s showcase of consolidated Web-based services.
 

TIM is a 100% Filipino-owned IT company established in 1985 and is a leading technology services company providing hardware, software, maintenance services, system integration, business recovery and outsourcing services for some of the country's largest enterprises.

 

NCC, formally established in 1971, is a government agency under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). Its main task is to aggressively promote the use of ICT in large-scale, strategic, mission-critical, public service delivery-oriented, and revenue-generating information systems in government. Today, NCC lends its full support to the government’s ICT thrust by forging strategic alliances with the private sector, coordinating ICT activities, developing human capital, promoting ICT utilization in all sectors of the society, and advocating Philippine ICT services worldwide.