Tuesday, December 12, 2023
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DICT still clueless on undistributed laptops, seeks advice from COA

The Commission on Audit (COA) earlier flagged the Department of Information and Communications and Technology (DICT) for failing to distribute around P93-million worth of laptops and tablets that the Duterte administration had procured.

After finding ‘misstatements’, COA tells NPC to improve financial efficiency

The COA made the recommendation after it found “misstatements” in the NPC’s record pertaining to national government agencies, office supplies inventory, and furniture and fixtures for the year 2020.

DICT denies irregularity in procurement of gadgets worth P170M

The DICT said the items were intended for the e-learning initiatives of LGUS and that the supplier, Lex-Mar, is a wholesaler of office supplies and office equipment although it is also engaged in the construction business.

Gov’t agencies, LGUs to honor DICT’s PNPKI digital signatures

The Anti-Red Tape Authority and Commission on Audit have given the go-signal to government agencies and LGUs to use the DICT’s digital signatures through the Philippine National Public Key Infrastructure (PNPKI).

Hontiveros calls for audit of DND cybersecurity funds

Sen. Risa Hontiveros has called on the Commission on Audit to review the Department of National Defense's (DND) 2020 spending on cybersecurity in light of the agency's proposed P500-million fund for the same category in 2021.

COA auditing procedures not restricted by data privacy law: NPC

The NPC said the Data Privacy Act has exceptions and that those to be audited cannot deny state auditors the information by invoking the privacy law.
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