It's a pleasant surprise to discover that online counterparts of the different Philippine government organizations actually exist. It's only right that our administration catch up with the times. I mean the Filipino people would surely love to rid themselves of those gruesome lines associated with applying for, let's say: an SSS number or their PhilHealth Insurance.
You'll be quite astonished to see that most of the websites are professionally executed with a nice design aesthetic. The government sites will offer you a comprehensive list of services and information that should come in handy on a day when you might happen to need it most. Update yourself with the latest when it comes to your citizenship needs and philanthropic endeavors, as well as the most talked about national issues. Inform yourself: With today's easy access, ignorance is more than ever, a passe' excuse!
Get dibs on the hottest administration updates: refer to the official list of nationwide holidays or check out the latest from controversial issues; it's the umbrella site that addresses your most basic Philippine-Government needs.
Who knew? With the burgeoning of online communication, reaching out to the president has become a breeze. Holding out your plaque card may now be reserved for only the direst of situations, so if you've got a good nation-building idea, all you've got to do is click send!
View the country's first digitized traffic information system.
Find out about the latest projects spearheaded by the DENR (such as the National Greening Program) Learn ways on how you can help preserve our country's natural resources.
How's the weather outside? Log on to the PAGASA site to find out: whether the forecast is in your favor, or the winds are blowing you the wrong way, PAG-ASA is sure to keep you safe with its warning of today's atmospheric conditions.
The instruction to suspend classes comes from this department, so if you're wondering whether your kids should go to school, depend on something certain before relying on those faulty forwarded texts.
DepED includes a list of educational events that might happen to spark your interest: from photo contests to seminars, workshops, and stage plays--DepED is a firm believer in the wisdom of applied learning.
All the convenience in the world when it comes to getting a passport!
If you're not sure on how to address a victim's situation, make sure to contact the experts who might provide you with some sound advice--law-wise.
Know your rights: This website serves as your online access to justice!
The public may need to contact the Philippine National Police for a variety of reasons: to get assistance in an emergency situation, to report a crime, report a wanted person, or report erring policemen.
It's the easiest thing: Register & transact online!
Aside from walking you through your registration, the site will entertain most of your membership concerns.