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  1. 1. Commission on Information and Communications Technology Monchito B. Ibrahim Commissioner
  2. 2. OVERVIEW
  3. 3. CICT Vision A society where citizens have access to ICT providing sustainable economic development, efficient government service, quality education, and a better way of life Information E-Government Cyberservices Human Capital Infrastructure• A smart and ICT- • A globally- • A nation • An ICT competent competitive ICT competent in the infrastructure Government and ICT-enabled use of ICT as a providing providing services sector tool for affordable and innovative and generating jobs sustainable fast ICT efficient on-line and contributing human connectivity for all services that to the national development segments of the respond to the economy population needs of citizens and institutions worldwide
  4. 4. Composition of the CICT Component Agencies NCC TELOF Attached Agencies NTC
  5. 5. Composition Headed by a Chairman with Cabinet Rank Assisted by four Commissioners • Two (2) in concurrent capacity • Director-General of the National Computer Center • Chief (Assistant Secretary) of the Telecommunications Office • Two (2) additional Commissioners as may be provided in the CICT structure
  6. 6. Cyberservices
  7. 7. Philippine IT-BPO Industry T Total Employees (000s) A Annual Revenue (US$B) 600 562 $10.0 Estimated 150,000 FTEs Surpassed India for the 1st time $9.0 $9.1 working in hubs outside442 500 in$8.0 revenues for call center total $7.2 MM representing 27% of 400 372 operations. This year, the $7.0 $6.1 total workforce 300 Philippines achieved revenues $6.0 $4.9 300 236 of US$5.7B against India’s $5.0 200 US$5.6B in pure voiced-based $4.0 $3.3 163 101 services.$2.2 $3.0 $2.0 $1.3 100 $1.0 0 $0.0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Source: Business Processing Association of the PhilippinesNote: 2010 industry estimate
  8. 8. Awards and Distinctions Offshoring Destination of the Year: (2007, 2009, 2010) Philippines Top 10 Outsourcing Cities in Asia Pacific: #3 Manila 31 New Emerging Destinations: Davao Iloilo
  9. 9. Awards and Distinctions 2010 Top 100 Cities in the World for Outsourcing Report: #4 Metro Manila #9 Cebu City #69 Davao City #88 City of Sta. Rosa #98 Iloilo City #100 Bacolod City
  10. 10. Awards and Distinctions Among the 3 finalist countries in the 2010 Most Preferred BPO Country Destination Global Locations Trends 2010 Report: Philippines now world leader in terms of jobs forGlobal Business Services Shared Services and BPO Services
  11. 11. Importance of IT-BPO to Government Job creation Contribution to national economy Supports related industries Generates tax revenues Lets Filipino workers stay in the Philippines Resiliency amid global recession
  12. 12. IT-BPO Investments 20 17.82 18 16 14.72 14 12.27 12.49 12 10 8.81 8.07 8 6 5.40 4 2 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009Source: Philippine Economic Zone Authority
  13. 13. Development of Next Wave Cities Partnership among CICT, BPAP and DTI Establishes new IT-BPO hubs around the country Assessment of cities through IT-BPO scorecard Local efforts led by ICT councils Expands IT-BPO hiring pool Offers low cost alternatives to IT-BPO operators
  14. 14. IT-BPO Scorecard  College and high school graduates Talent  Professionals  Schools and degree programs  Airports  RoadsInfrastructure  Utilities (Telecom, power, water)  Real estate  Rental  Regulatory fees and taxes Cost  Median Pay  Utility costs Business  PEZA-approved facilitiesEnvironment  ICT Council  Real estate developers
  15. 15. Top Ten 2009 Next Wave Cities Rank City Talent Infra Bus Env Cost Overall 1 Metro Laguna (1) 89.2% 94.7% 81.6% 62.2% 88.4% 2 Metro Cavite (2) 84.0% 93.3% 82.0% 63.3% 85.5% 3 Iloilo 72.0% 89.3% 92.0% 86.7% 80.9% 4 Davao 78.0% 94.7% 60.0% 80.0% 80.4% 5 Bacolod 70.4% 81.3% 96.0% 80.0% 78.0% 6 Pampanga Central (3) 67.2% 100.0% 70.0% 60.0% 77.1% 7 Bulacan Central (4) 65.6% 94.7% 60.0% 66.7% 73.5% 8 Cagayan de Oro 62.8% 90.7% 68.0% 86.7% 73.1% 9 Bulacan South (5) 68.4% 84.0% 68.0% 66.7% 72.9% 10 Lipa 67.2% 86.7% 64.0% 66.7% 72.5%Source: BPAP, CICT, DTINote: Overall = 50% Talent + 30% Infrastructure + 15% Business Environment + 5% Cost(3) Includes Sta. Rosa, Calamba, Los Baños and San Pablo; (2) Includes Bacoor, Dasmariñas, Imus and Cavite City; (3) Includes Angeles/Clark, Mabalacat and Dau; (4) Includes Baliuag, Marilao and Meycauyan; (5) Includes Malolos and Calumpit
  16. 16. Top Ten 2010 Next Wave Cities Rank City Talent Infra Bus Env Cost Overall 1 Davao 99% 95% 74% 76% 91% 2 Sta. Rosa 90% 87% 56% 88% 85% 3 Bacolod 79% 87% 70% 97% 84% 4 Iloilo 72% 93% 66% 97% 83% 5 Metro Cavite 99% 81% 56% 65% 82% 6 Lipa 98% 75% 72% 64% 82% 7 Cagayan de Oro 73% 85% 70% 76% 77% 8 Malolos 98% 61% 56% 63% 76% 9 Baguio 72% 89% 74% 62% 75% 10 Dumaguete 54% 93% 72% 88% 74%Source: BPAP, CICT, DTINote: Overall = 40% Talent + 30% Infrastructure + 20% Business Environment + 10% Cost
  17. 17. ICT Councils National ICT Confederation of the Philippines• Aurora ICT Council • ICT Davao, Inc.• Albay ICT Association, Inc. • ICT Solutions Association of Region 12 - General• Bacolod-Negros Occidental Federation for IT Santos City• Bacolod ICT Focus Team • Iligan City ICT Council• Balanga ICT Council • Iloilo Federation for IT• Bataan-Olongapo-Zambales Subic Educational • Laguna Industry Network for Knowledge, Innovation Development Organization for IT & Technology Foundation• Batangas IT Council • Lipa ICT Council• Bohol ICT Council • Metro Clark ICT Council• BPO/ITEs Council of Quezon City • Metro Ilocos Norte ICT Council• Bulacan ICT Council • Northern Samar ICT Council• Cabanatuan ICT Council • Nueva Ecija ICT Council• Cagayan de Oro ICT Business Council • Nueva Vizcaya ICT Council• Cagayan Development Federation for IT • Pasay City ICT Council• CARAGA ICT Council • Tarlac ICT Council• Cavite ICT Council • Taytay Rizal ICT Council• Cebu Educational Development Foundation for IT • Technology of Information and Communications in• City of San Fernando Pampanga ICT Council Koronadal• Dagupan ICT Council • Urdaneta City Council for ICT• ICT Association of Dumaguete and Negros Oriental • Vigan City ICT Council• ICT@Bicol Council • Zamboanga ICT Council
  18. 18. Offshoring and Outsourcing Industry Fund Participation in and attendance to IT-BPO conferences and events including trade missions (local and international) Talent Development Programs Development of industry plans, studies and reports Awareness, branding and marketing campaign
  19. 19. SSME Initiative in the Philippines CICT collaboration with BPAP and IBM to promote adoption of SSME in colleges and universities Ongoing work to develop localized SSME curriculum and promote implementation in SUCs Create an SSME Task Force composed of the following:  Industry: IBM, BPAP, PSIA  Academe: COCOPEA  Government: CICT, CHED, COMSTE
  20. 20. Why we need SSME Provide steady supply of qualified manpower for the IT-BPO industry Expand presence in non-voice services Maintain competitiveness in the IT-BPO global landscape Create new jobs amid the current global economic crisis
  21. 21. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global Leadership US$20B to US$25B revenue in 2016 US$1.3M direct employment 9% share in GDP
  22. 22. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipThe industry has identified five immediate public-private–partnership initiatives todrive Road Map 2016:1. Dramatically increase quality and quantity of talent pool by catalyzing the educationand training sector (Industry-recognized standards, Industry accreditation, Hiringprioritization)2. Undertake internal marketing to position IT-BPO as a career of choice3. Aggressively promote Philippine IT-BPO proposition in new service lines andgeographies (e.g., F&A, Healthcare, IT, UK and APAC)4. Enable industry growth through legislation and policy changes  Greater autonomy in curriculum design and other education interventions  Flexibility in labor markets  Legislation to create competitive data privacy and anti-cybercrime laws and to establish DICT  Continuation of current incentives5. Allocate resources for critical talent and marketing initiatives  Scale-up BPAP National Competency Test (BNCT)  Continue Training for Work Scholarships  Domestic and international marketing
  23. 23. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipWhat the industry needs from government to meet theirtargets:  Education (CHED, DepEd, TESDA)  Legislation (Congress)  Investment promotion (DTI and DOF)  Closely aligned government partner (CICT)
  24. 24. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipWhat the industry needs from government to meet theirtargets:  Education (CHED, DepEd, TESDA) 1. Implement Education Reform Program (K+12) 2. Adopt and support BNCT 3. Adopt a major in service science management for business administration students 4. Approve 2-year associate degree program at tertiary level 5. Approve Training for Work Scholarship budget for 2010‒ 2011
  25. 25. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipWhat the industry needs from government to meet theirtargets:  Legislation (Congress) 1. Pass Data Privacy Bill 2. Pass Anti-cybercrime Bill 3. Amend Labor Code 4. Pass DICT Bill
  26. 26. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipWhat the industry needs from government to meet theirtargets:Investment Promotion (DTI and DOF)  PEZA and BOI: continue support for current tax-incentive regime  DTI: fund international marketing program to promote investments in IT-BPO and semiconductor industries  BOI: lead trade conferences and investment missions to the US, Europe, and Australia in partnership with BPAP  DOF: improve allocation of fund to LGUs
  27. 27. BPAP IT-BPO Roadmap 2016: Driving to Global LeadershipWhat the industry needs from government to meet theirtargets:Closely aligned government partner (CICT) 1. Fund internal and external marketing campaigns 2. Scale up BPAP National Competency Test (BNCT) 3. Strengthen the regional ICT Councils in all the Next Wave Cities™ 4. Amend Labor Code
  28. 28. The Philippine Digital Strategy: ICT Road Map 2011-2016 Currently drafting the Philippine Digital Strategy 2011-2016, which shall serve as government’s blueprint for the ICT sector Technical working groups composed of ICT stakeholders from government and industry are organized to work on the strategic thrusts of the Digital Strategy In the process, the CICT will lead efforts in:  Conducting periodic assessments and updates to make the Digital Strategy resonate with the needs of the country and the technological advances that have taken place  Stock-taking and formulating key recommendations
  29. 29. The Philippine Digital Strategy: ICT Road Map 2011-2016Strategic Themes/Thrusts: - Digital Inclusion/ Universal Access - Cyberservices and ICT Industries - eGovernance/ eGovernment - Cyberservices and ICT IndustriesCross-Cutting Themes: - Digital Inclusion/ Universal Access - Gender - Environment - Cybersecurity - Privacy - Legislation - Leadership
  30. 30. The Philippine Digital Strategy: ICT Road Map 2011-2016Digital Inclusion/ Skills, Training & eGovernance/ CyberservicesUniversal Access Education eGovernment• Funding / • Scarcity of quality • Leadership/ • Weak or Resources to labor pool and job- • Communication undefined brand, Ensure Universal skills mismatch • Institutional both internally as Access • ICT in Government framework well as externally • Disparate ICT • Information • Quantity and• Spectrum initiatives Systems quality of talent is Management • Limited Applications perceived as opportunities for • Computerization lacking• Sustainability ICT workers in in LGUs • Policy and Scalability of government • Infrastructure environment has Shared Access • Leadership and Facilities not caught up with Points Governance • ICT Manpower in new realities • Equitable Access Government • Difficulty of• Security and • Infrastructure • Absence of starting-up new Privacy of Data • Content Interoperability ventures, local in Network • Delivery standards/ ventures • Standards/Quality framework. • Information and Advocacy
  31. 31. Migration to IPv6 The exponential growth of the Internet, resulting in an explosion of digital traffic and possible IPv4 address exhaustion, has spurred the need to adopt Internet Protocol Version 6, or IPv6, as a response to the shortcomings of IPv4 CICT encourages the migration to IPv6 by telecom operators, ISPs and government agencies Executive Order to promote and encourage the migration to IPV6 already issued, current work on the IRR ongoing, including the formation of an Inter-Agency Task Force and Inter-Agency Technical Working Group
  32. 32. International Cooperation/CommitmentsASEAN Telecommunications and IT Working GroupAPEC Telecommunications and Information WorkingGroupAPEC eCommerce Steering GroupAPEC Human Resources Development WorkingGroupInternational Telecommunication UnionGovernmental Advisory Committee (GAC) of theInternet Corporation for Assigned Names andNumbers (ICANN) 33
  33. 33. Legislative Agenda DICT and Data Privacy BillsThese bills already been approved by the House Committees on Information and Communications Technology and Government Reorganization Anti-Cybercrime Bill  Awaiting deliberation
  34. 34. Thank You!

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