Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Progress on civil registration in the Philippines

8 views

Published on

Presentation by Josie B. Perez (PSA) at the international conference on innovations in Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) systems - Ottawa on 27-28 February 2018. See more at http://crvsinnovations.net

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Progress on civil registration in the Philippines

  1. 1. Progress on Civil Registration in the Philippines Josie B. Perez Philippine Statistics Authority Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  2. 2. Historical Events Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority • CRVS started in the Philippines when the court proceedings was initiated and the record books of births, deaths, marriages and the census were prepared; • From 1901 to 1999, typographical errors in the civil register were corrected through court proceedings; • In 2000, Republic Act (RA) 9048 was enacted to correct the clerical/ typographical errors in the entry/change in the first name or nickname of a person in any of the civil register documents • In 2009, RA No. 9858 legitimized the children born to parents below marrying age, amending for the purpose of the Family Code of the Philippines. • In 2012, RA No. 10172 was approved for the correction of the clerical or typographical errors in the day and month in the date of birth or sex of a person appearing in the civil register w/o need of judicial order. • In 2016, RA No. 9255 was approved to allow illegitimate children to use the surname of their father, amending the purpose of the Philippine Family Code.
  3. 3. Great Changes Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority 1. Civil Registration System Information Technology Phase 1 • PPP project • began in 1999 • should have ended in 2012 • first extended to 2015 and again extended to March 2017 2. Civil Registration System Information Technology Phase 2 • PPP project • Concession period of 12 years inclusive of 2-year development phase • Project cost of 1.587 billion pesos • Development and operation of new CRS-ITP2 that will take over the CRS-ITP1
  4. 4. Service CRS-ITP CRS-ITP2 Basic Services • Copy Issuance 2 hours 1 hour • Authentication 2 hours 1 hour • CENOMAR 5 days 1 day • CENODEATH N/A 1 day Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority Comparison between CRS-ITP1 and CRS-ITP2
  5. 5. Comparison between CRS-ITP1 and CRS-ITP2 Service CRS-ITP CRS-ITP2 Expanded Services • Premium Annotation 12-15 days 5 days • Viewable online document N/A 1 hour • DocPrint from viewable document N/A 30 minutes • Transaction Verification/ Agency Validation Service N/A Average response time of less than 2 minutes per transaction Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  6. 6. Comparison between CRS-ITP1 and CRS-ITP2 Type CRS-ITP CRS-ITP2 For Walk-in Clients 40 PSA-operated Outlets 80 PSA-operated Outlets Facility N/A CRS Building about 9,000 sq. m. Disaster Recovery Offline backup Online and fully synchronized disaster recovery site; Geographically separate; Can serve as alternate Data Center in case of unavailability of Data Center at the Central Facility. Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  7. 7. CRS-ITP2 The new CRS Building Under the CRS-ITP2 Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  8. 8. CRS-ITP2 Sample of the “One Look, One Feel” Designed Outlet under the CRS-ITP2 Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  9. 9. Innovation for Data Quality • Deduplication method – eliminating the duplicates of any civil register document in the PSA database. • Linking the birth, marriage and death document of an individual, which will be used for social security insurance (both private and public) and other benefits • Use of analysis of causes of national death for action (ANACONDA) - tool for checking the quality of mortality and COD data - check population data and mortality data inputs - monitor progress on the completeness of death registration - assess the quality of the mortality and COD data to provide information about the types of certification errors committed by doctors • Use of IRIS - tool which provides interactive coding software specifically developed for coding of causes of death and to select the underlying cause of death. Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority
  10. 10. Republic of the Philippines Philippine Statistics Authority

×