The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said it has reached out to various government institutions to offer one of its core services, the Philippine National Public Key Infrastructure (PNPKI).
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With the Senate set to resume session on May 4, Sen. Franklin M. Drilon said the Constitution and the Rules of the Senate do not prohibit the convening and holding of sessions through electronic means.
Even as it asked Covid-19 patients to truthfully disclose their health status to protect medical frontliners, the DOH assured that their data will only be divulged to public health authorities and health care providers for purposes of contact tracing and management of the disease.
Google announced on Wednesday, April 29, that it is making Google Meet, its premium video-conferencing solution free for everyone with availability rolling out over the coming weeks.
Makati City representative Luis Campos Jr. made the statement as the SSS website entered its second week down, adding the future of public transactions is clearly electronic and online – not over-the-counter in brick-and-mortar agency branches.
The financial aid is part of the monthly stipend allocated to senior citizens and the release has been expedited to further help the beneficiaries cope with the effects of the current lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson said there is no other time than now to roll out the National ID system which was signed into law nearly two years ago. He also said more investment on R&D would provide the country with the tools to fight infectious diseases like Covid-19.
The NTC made the appeal after receiving reports from various telecommunication companies that their frontliners tasked to do repair works on fixed broadband access cabinets were being prevented to enter gated villages due to the community quarantine.