Comval romps awards in the “Digital Governance Awards 2019”
Compostela Valley Province— ComVal garnered two National Awards in the recently concluded “Digital Governance Awards 2019” held at Jose Rizal Hall, Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Complex, Pasay City on November 26, 2019.
In a plaque signed by DICT Sec. Gregorio B. Honasan II, DILG Sec. Eduardo M. Ano and National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP) President Jonathan D. De Luzuriaga, the province was recognized for “Best In Government Inter-operability Award (G2G) Provincial Level” and 2nd Place in the “Best in Business Empowerment Award (G2B) Provincial Level.’
Both awards were received by Gov. Jayvee Tyron L. Uy together with the Information Technology and Communication Development Division (ITCDD) Division Head Joyzel R. Odi, Provincial Voluntary Blood Services Program Coordinator Leonardo Merced and Information System Analyst Wilfredo M. Galagala.
The “Document Management System” developed by George Dan Hill (Computer Programmer) got the winning entry for the “Government to Government (G2G) Award” and the “Blood Distribution Management System” developed by Kent Vincent Gonzales (Computer Programmer) won the “Government to Business (G2B) Award”.
The Digital Governance Awards is annually celebrated which aims to search for best practices among local government units through the use of ICT in promoting effective and efficient public service. In line with the Provincial Government of Comval’s 4Ps+ Program, both systems were developed to provide convenience for the Comvaleños’ as well as for the good governance in the province.
“Thank you for the support and leadership Gov.Jayvee Tyron Uy and Vice Gov. Maricar Zamora, and to my team, the ICT ManCom and ITCDD, we made it again. I would like to specially mention George Dan Gil Duran and Kent Vincent Gonzales, the developers of the the systems. ” said Joyzel Odi, the ITCDD Division Head. (Jasteen P. Abella/ID COMVAL)