Philippine Mechanisms for e-Government       Services, ICT Development,    Innovation and Entrepreneurship    9th Asia Pac...
The Philippine Country Profile     Population:     101,833,938     (National Statistics Office,     official figure for 20...
Telecommunications Industry   Fixed Lines Subscribers (in millions)‫‏‬                    Mobile Subscribers (in millions)...
Telecommunications Industry                       Broadband Subscribers (in millions)‫‏‬       10         8         6     ...
Information Technology-Business Process      Outsourcing (IT-BPO) Industry        Annual Revenue (US$B)‫‏‬                ...
I. New e-Government ServicesMechanisms
i-BPLS: Streamlining & Integration ofBusiness Permits & Licensing Procedures                       The i-BPLS Project will...
E-Serbisyo: Online Access to Government        Services and Information                    The Government e-Services      ...
II. ICT Development Mechanisms
The Philippine Digital Strategy:     Transformation 2.0          Strategic Thrusts          1. Transparent Government and ...
i-TalentDev.PH aims to leverage the abundant labor      pool to develop a competitive advantageNumber of college          ...
Explosive Growth of IT Infrastructure
Explosive growth of IT Infrastructure
Digital Connectivity Program                                                                                            TG...
Next Wave Cities Program aims to develop ICT Hubs              throughout the country
III. Innovation Mechanisms
The National Innovation Strategy     Strengthening Human Capital     Formation of multi-sectoral consortia of institutions...
IV. Entrepreneurship Mechanisms
MSMEs account for 99.6 of all business    enterprises and 61.2% of all employment                       Distribution of MS...
Philippine Digital Strategy aims to boost ICT usage by MSMEs
Technology Business Incubators: a proven     strategy to accelerate Entrepreneurship                                      ...
Ayala Technology Business Incubator (AyalaTBI Network) pioneered strong private sector engagement in technology business i...
Resources posted on Facebook      Thank You                                    • Essential 21st Century Skills            ...
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  1. 1. Philippine Mechanisms for e-Government Services, ICT Development, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 9th Asia Pacific Telecommunication and ICT Development Forum August 22-24, 2012, Bangkok, ThailandAlejandro P. Melchor IIIDeputy Executive Director for ICT Industry DevelopmentInformation & Communications Technology OfficeDepartment of Science & Technology, Philippines
  2. 2. The Philippine Country Profile Population: 101,833,938 (National Statistics Office, official figure for 2011 ) Pop. growth rate: 1.9% Area: 300,000 sq km composed of 7,107 islands **Source: National StatisticalCoordinattion Board (NSCB)
  3. 3. Telecommunications Industry Fixed Lines Subscribers (in millions)‫‏‬ Mobile Subscribers (in millions) 4 90 3.9 83 3.9 80 77 3.8 70 68.1 3.7 3.7 57.3 3.6 3.6 60 3.6 50 3.5 42.9 3.4 40 34.8 3.4 3.3 30 3.3 3.2 20 3.1 10 3 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Source: National Telecommunications Commisson (NTC)
  4. 4. Telecommunications Industry Broadband Subscribers (in millions)‫‏‬ 10 8 6 4 3.6 1.8 2 0.8 0 2007 2008 2009Source: NTC
  5. 5. Information Technology-Business Process Outsourcing (IT-BPO) Industry Annual Revenue (US$B)‫‏‬ Employees (in thousands)12 700 11 638 600 22%10 24% 525 9 growth growth 500 442 8 7.2 400 372 6.1 6 300 4.9 300 236 4 3.3 200 2 100 0 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Source: Business Processing Association of the Philippines, 2012
  6. 6. I. New e-Government ServicesMechanisms
  7. 7. i-BPLS: Streamlining & Integration ofBusiness Permits & Licensing Procedures The i-BPLS Project will integrate relevant government systems and facilities, such as: • Philippine Business Registry (PBR) of the Department of Trade, • Electronic Tax Identification Number System (e-TIN) of BIR, • SEC Documents Online (i-View) of Securities & Exchange Comm., • Government Electronic Payment Gateway (eBayad) of National , Computer Center.
  8. 8. E-Serbisyo: Online Access to Government Services and Information The Government e-Services Portal integrating available government online services and information • One-stop source • Citizen-centric • Business-friendly • Make available information and government services
  9. 9. II. ICT Development Mechanisms
  10. 10. The Philippine Digital Strategy: Transformation 2.0 Strategic Thrusts 1. Transparent Government and Efficient Services 2. Internet Opportunity for All People 3. Investing in People: Digital Literacy for All 4. ICT Industry and Business Innovation for National Development
  11. 11. i-TalentDev.PH aims to leverage the abundant labor pool to develop a competitive advantageNumber of college 2009degree graduates  Abundant labor force of 39+Medical and natural 132,244 millionsciences, allied fields  460,000+ college graduates perBusiness, accounting, and 107,272 yearrelated fields  3,000+ CPAsSocial and behavioral 68,764  English proficiency & othersciences, education languages  Affinity with Western cultureEngineering and 50,734architecture  Customer service orientation  Highly trainableIT-related and 47,928mathematics  Cost effective  High level of commitment andFine arts, masscom, 12,269 loyaltyhumanities Suitability rates are empirically based on a total of >80 interviews with HR professionals working in each countryTOTAL Tertiary level 469,654 Source: Commission on Higher Education, 2010
  12. 12. Explosive Growth of IT Infrastructure
  13. 13. Explosive growth of IT Infrastructure
  14. 14. Digital Connectivity Program TGN-IATransmission Backbone Networks LAOAG BALLESTEROS AAG VIGAN TUGUEGARAO PLDT Digital Fiber Optic Network CAUAYAN (DFON) SFLU DAGUPAN BAGUIO SOLANO URDANETA Globe Telecom Fiber Optic TARLAC CABANATUAN CANERO EAC SUBIC SAMPALOC AURORA Backbone Network (FOBN) ERMITA BACOOR MAKATI TelicPhil (BayanTel) Nationwide APCN2 NASUGBU NAGA BATANGAS PAGBILAO PILI Digital Transmission Network MAMBURAO LEGASPI C2C DONSOL (NDTN) SAN JOSE MASBATE SORSOGON CALBAYOG ROXAS TACLOBAN ORMOCCable Landing Stations ILOILO CADIZ BANATE SAN REMIGIO TALISAY LILOAN LAHUG BACOLOD MAASIN TALISAY Ballesteros, Cagayan MARIBOJ OC DUERO TAGBILARAN DAUIN CABADBARAN Tanza, Cavite CDO BUTUAN MANTICAO Nasugbu, Batangas PAGADIAN ILIGAN Bauang, La Union ZAMBOA COTABATO DAVAO NGA GEN. SANTOS
  15. 15. Next Wave Cities Program aims to develop ICT Hubs throughout the country
  16. 16. III. Innovation Mechanisms
  17. 17. The National Innovation Strategy Strengthening Human Capital Formation of multi-sectoral consortia of institutions and/or experts working towards achieving strong technological R&D capabilities (tech) and management or services skills (non-tech) that will influence industries and public policy. Supporting Business Incubation and Acceleration Efforts Encourage industry participation in incubation and human capital collaboration to ensure productivity and returns through innovation. Regenerating the Innovation Environment Engage stakeholders in the creation of sound and enabling policies that will encourage innovation on all levels. Upgrading the Filipino Mindset Filipinnovation: branding Filipino competitive innovation for sustainable development and global positioning19
  18. 18. IV. Entrepreneurship Mechanisms
  19. 19. MSMEs account for 99.6 of all business enterprises and 61.2% of all employment Distribution of MSMEs by sizeSource: MSMED Plan 2011-2016
  20. 20. Philippine Digital Strategy aims to boost ICT usage by MSMEs
  21. 21. Technology Business Incubators: a proven strategy to accelerate Entrepreneurship TBI for ICT-based Small and Medium Enterprise in Region 8 The University-based TBIsDOST-PEZA Open Technology Business Incubator UP Visayas Cebu University of the Philippines Business Incubator for Los Banos TBI IT Central Luzon State University University of San Carlos TBI Ayala Foundations TBIs Agriculture and Food TBI 23
  22. 22. Ayala Technology Business Incubator (AyalaTBI Network) pioneered strong private sector engagement in technology business incubation in the Philippines. From its inception in 2000, AyalaTBI is currently overseeing four incubating facilities in partnership with the University of the Philippines and the Asian Institute of Management, two premier learning institutions in the Philippines. AyalaTBI manages the entrepreneurship thrusts and programs of the Ayala Foundation.http://www.ayalatbi.org/
  23. 23. Resources posted on Facebook Thank You • Essential 21st Century Skills • The i-CreativePhil Program • The Perfect Storm and the Next Wave Cities Program •Seeding the Digital Ecosystem to Fuel the Philippine Renaissance •Computer Gaming for Leadership Development • The DOST ICT Office’s Initiatives for the ICT & BPO Industry • The Next Wave Cities Program: Get Readybudmelchor@yahoo.com for the Next Wave of Growth and Investment • Seven Global Shifts: Trends and Opportunities in ICT & BPO Department of Science and Technology- Information and Communications Technology Office
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