MUNTINLUPA CITY, Oct. 18 (PIA)--Muntinlupa City bagged the 2nd place award in the Best in eGOV Government Inter-operability (G2G) category for its Budget Management and Monitoring System (BMMS).
Muntinlupa BMMS is an IT solution utilized by offices of the local government for its internal financial transaction and budget process flow. The city also presented the Sangguniang Panlungsod Information Management System (SPIMS).
Mayor Jaime Fresnedi expressed his thanks to the organizing agencies and committed to continue the development of systems, programs and applications to improve public service in all levels.
The G2G category recognizes an LGU's initiative to connect data and systems with other government offices to improve its public service delivery.
The recent recognition was part of the Digital Cities Philippines Awards for Best Practices in eGovernance for Local Government Units to recognize digital cities and eGov champions spearheaded by the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), together with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP).
Muntinlupa Management Information System officer Nancy Torero and Muntinlupa Budget officer Lualhati Morales received the award on October 12 at the Jose Rizal Hall, PICC, Pasay City during Digital Cities Philippines Awards Night.
The eGov Awards is an annual search for best ICT practices in local government units to effectively empower its constituents, including members of the private sector. Other categories for the awards include: Best in eGOV Customer Empowerment (G2C) Award, Best in eGOV Business Empowerment (G2B) Award, Best in eGOV Digital Finance Empowerment (G2P) Award, Best in eGOV Data-Driven Governance Award (D2G) Award, and Best in eGOV Systems for Global Competitiveness (G2W). (PIA-NCR)