The Department of Information and Communications Technology plays a crucial role in the development of the Philippines. DICT is responsible for providing Filipinos with modern, trustworthy and reliable internet services to enable them to connect to each other and share their ideas.
With advancements in telecommunication systems, this agency guarantees that all sectors of society have access to social media platforms, where they can freely express themselves without restriction or censorship. In this guide, we look at the various aspects of the DICT and how it evolved into the agency that it is today. We also take a look at its current projects and initiatives, as well as its plans for the future.
What is the Meaning of DICT?
DICT stands for Department of Information and Communications Technology in the Philippines
What is the Purpose of DICT?
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is an agency of the Philippine Government responsible for the development and implementation of information and communications technology (ICT) policies, plans, and programs.
The Department is responsible for the operation of government data centers, the National Broadband Plan, public-private partnerships in ICT infrastructure development, regulation of telecommunications services and products, telecommunications standards development and promotion of digital literacy programs.
On January 12, 2004, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued Executive Order No. 269, which created the ICT Commission. This transitory measure created the DICT.
The Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT) was composed of various government agencies that deal with communications, such as the National Computer Center and the Telecommunications Office. Other agencies that were involved in the project were the Philippine Postal Corporation and the NTC.
The CICT then took over the functions of the ICTEC, which was abolished through Executive Order 334 on July 20, 2004.
In August 2005, the NTC was transferred back to the Department of Transportation and Communications. According to Executive Order 454, the move would help improve the efficiency of the agency’s operations. However, it was also debated if the NTC should be placed under the CICT due to how it is an unusual commission to fall under another body.
In February 2007, the TELOF and other CICT units dealing with communications were transferred to the DOTC. The move was made to help improve the efficiency of the agency’s operations and promote the fast and reliable development of the country’s communication networks. EO 603 stated that the transfer was necessary due to the increasing demands for government services and the need to streamline bureaucracy operations. Following the transfer, the CICT now has only two agencies: the PhilPost and the National Communication Commission.
On August 6, 2007, the NTC was transferred back to the CICT. However, the order was only published on December 24, 2008.
On January 29, 2009, the TELOF and other units of the Department of Transportation and Communications were transferred back to the CICT. This move allowed the agency to maintain its original composition.
Various bills in the House of Representatives and Senate sought to create the DICT, which would serve as an executive department for the CICT. One of these, which was approved on third reading on August 5, 2008, was sent to the Senate for its final approval.
A consolidated bill that sought to create the DICT was also sent to the Senate for its final approval on August 19, 2008. However, it did not make it past second reading and was declared as dead by the end of the 2010 Congress. Since the bill was not able to pass through the House and Senate, it will have to be refiled in the next Congress. The failure of Congress to pass the bill means that the president can now dissolve the CICT.
On June 23, 2011, President Aquino signed an executive order that consolidated the various operations of the CICT and assigned them to the Science and Technology Department. The order also abolished the positions of the commissioners and chairman of the agency. The executives of the country’s business process outsourcing (BPO) companies were not pleased with the order.
The law that created the DICT, Republic Act 10844, was signed on May 20, 2016. Some of the executive departments that deal with communications, such as the DOTC, will either be transferred or abolished.
The law provided for a six-month transition period following the transfer of the functions and assets of the various executive departments. The DICT was officially established on June 9, 2016.
- National Telecommunications Commission (NTC): The NTC is an attached agency of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT). The NTC was created by Executive Order No. 645 in 1986, with the purpose of regulating telecommunications services in the Philippines.
- National Privacy Commission (NPC): The NPC is an attached agency of the DICT. It was created by Executive Order No. 201 in July 2016, with the purpose of protecting personal information collected by government agencies and private entities. The NPC is tasked with ensuring that privacy rights are respected, protected, fulfilled and enforced.
- Cybercrime Investigation and Coordination Center (CICC): The CICC is a government agency under the Office of the President (OP). It was created by Executive Order No. 1 in 2014, with the purpose of investigating cybercrime cases and coordinating efforts against cybercrime in the Philippines. The agency’s responsibilities include:
– Investigating and coordinating efforts against cybercrime and related offenses;
– Providing technical assistance and training to law enforcement agencies;
– Conducting forensic examination on digital evidence;
– Facilitating information sharing among law enforcement agencies;
– Coordinating with international counterparts on cybercrime investigations; and
– Monitoring emerging trends in cybercrime.
Functions and Responsibilities of DICT
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is the primary policy, planning, coordinating, implementing, and administrative entity of the Executive Branch of the government that will plan, develop, and promote the national ICT development agenda.
The DICT shall ensure that all agencies adhere to its information technology (IT) policies. The DICT will also ensure that each agency has its own Chief Information Officer responsible for properly utilizing IT resources. Likewise, it will identify areas where there are overlapping functions among agencies and make sure these are consolidated into one agency or merged altogether to avoid redundancy.
The DICT shall strengthen its efforts in the following focus areas:
- Policy and Planning
- Improved Public Access
- Resource-Sharing and Capacity-Building
- Consumer Protection and Industry Development
Apart from this, the DICT is expected to spearhead the following endeavors:
- Nation building Through ICT;
- Safeguarding of Information;
- Advancement of ICT in the Philippines;
The DICT shall also prepare a National Broadband Plan that will accelerate the deployment of fiber optic cables and wireless technologies to improve internet speed in order to increase access to broadband services nationwide.
It shall provide Wi-Fi access at no charge in selected public places including parks, plazas, public libraries, schools, government hospitals, train stations, airports, and seaports through a “Wi-Fi Philippines” program. It will also develop a National ICT Portal where Filipinos can access information about their government services online.
Laws Enacted by the DITC
- Department Order No. IEU – 023: Prescribed Dress Code in Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Offices
- Department Order No. IEU – 022: Reconstitution of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Central Office Human Resource Merit Promotion and Selection Board (HRMPSB) for 1st and 2nd Level Positions
- Department Order No. IEU – 021: Designation of Attorney Florence Philippa Concepcion A. Duque as Officer-in-Charge, Litigation and Enforcement Division – Legal Service
- Department Order No. IEU – 020: Designation of Ms. Alana Purificacion G. Ramos as Officer-in-Charge, National ICT Planning, Policy, and Standards Bureau
- Department Order No. IEU – 019: Designation of Project Director & Project Manager for the Free Wi-Fi for All | Free Public Internet Access Program
- Department Order No. IEU – 018: Functional Areas of Responsibility of DICT Assistant Secretaries and Undersecretaries, Delegation of Authorities, and for Other Purposes
- Department Order No. IEU – 017: Reassignment of Director Wilkins Win L. Wong to the Information and Strategic Communications Division
- Department Order No. IEU – 016: Guidelines Pursuant to Office of the President Memorandum Circular No. 3 (s.2022)
- Department Order No. IEU – 015: Designation of Director Chad Martin D. Moscoso as Service Director / Director iv, Finance Service
- Department Order No. IEU – 014: Designation of Ms. Jesusa Patricia Anne S. Suerte Felipe as Officer-in-Charge, Human Resource Management Division-Administrative Service
- Department Order No. IEU-013 – Designation of Director Frederico Luis P. Trinidad as Service Director / Director IV, Procurement Service
- Department Order No. IEU-012 – Designation of Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Compliance Officer for Privacy (COP) of Department of Information and Communications Technology
- Department Order No. IEU-011 – Reconstitution of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Central Office Bids and Awards Committee
- Department Order No. IEU-010 – Designation of Ms. Honey Faye D. Tamba as Special Disbursing Officer (SDO) and Petty Cash Custodian (PCC) for the Core ICT Infrastructure Management Division (CIIMD) – Infostructure Management Bureau
- Department Order No. IEU-009 – Guidelines Pursuant to the Office of the President Memorandum Circular No. 1 (s. 2022), Continuous Departmental Services Delivery, and for Other Purposes
- Department Order No. IEU-008 – Amending and Further Clarifying Department Order Nos. IEU-001, IEU-002, IEU-003, IEU-007 and for Other Purposes
- Department Order No. IEU-007 – Guidelines on the Preparation of Internal Written Communications, Cascading of Official Instructions Through Proper Channels, and Use of Official Email in the Department
- Department Order No. IEU-006 – Designation of Ms. Edna S. Tecson, Cash Division, as Special Disbursing Officer (SDO) and Petty Cash Custodian (PCC) for the Office of the Secretary
- Department Order No. IEU-005 – Designation of Ms. Merryll E. Palenge, Legislative Liaison Division – Legal Service, as Minute Taker for the Office of the Secretary
- Department Order No. IEU-004 – Reassignment of Director Reniel A. Villaflor, Chief Information Officer Corps, to the Office of the Secretary and Designation as Officer-in-Charge, Corporate Planning and Management Service
- Department Order No. IEU-003 – Return to Mother Unit for All 1st and 2nd Level Central Office (CO) Permanent (Plantilla) Personnel, Engagement of Job Order Workers for 2nd Semester of Fiscal Year 2022, Designation of Officers-in-Charge for CO Divisions, and for Other Purposes
- Department Order No. IEU-002 – Reinstatement of the National ICT Planning, Policy and Standards Bureau, Corporate Planning and Management Service, and Postal Regulation Division
- Department Order No. IEU-001 – Establishing the Central Receiving and Releasing Unit (CRRU) in the Office of the Secretary, Amending for the Purpose Department Order Nos. 149 s. 2020 and 040 s. 2022.
- Department Order No. 161 – Designation of Personnel – Undersecretary for Government Digital Broadcast Television and the Digitalization of the Digitization of the Entertainment Industry Sector
- Department Order No. 81 – Designation OF Personnel Undersecretary for Government Digital Broadcast Television And The Digitization Of The Entertainment Industry Sector
- Department Order No. 53: Guidelines On The Application And Issuance Of PNPKI Digital Certificates For DICT Officials, Personnel, And Workers During The State Of Public Health Emergency
- DICT-Do-048-2020-Delegation of Authority for the Authentication and Issuance of Bona Fide Agency Identification Cards for the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), the National Privacy Commission (NPC), and Regulated Entities Under Their Respective Jurisdictions, During the COVID-19 Situation
- DICT-DO-45-A-2020-Supplemental Guidelines on the Working Arrangements Under Department Order No. 45 S. 2020
- DICT-DO-045-2020 Department Guidelines on the Management of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Situation
- DRAFT RULES AND REGULATIONS ON THE SELECTION OF A NEW MAJOR PLAYER IN THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET
- IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE PHILIPPINE BUSINESS DATABANK (PBD)
- DICT-DO-005-2018 GUIDELINES ESTABLISHING A STANDARD REVIEW AND COMPLIANCE PROCEDURE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF STATEMENT OF ASSETS , LIABILITIES AND NETWORTH (SALN)
- DICT-DO-004-2018 DIRECTING THE NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION COMMISSION (NTC) TO REVIEW AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ADJUSTMENTS TO INCREASE SPECTRUM USER FEES (SUF)
- DEPARTMENT ORDER NO. 003 – DIRECTING THE NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (NTC) TO REVIEW AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ADJUSTMENT ON THE SPECTRUM USER FEES (SUF) FOR THE 610-790 MHZ, 790-960 MHZ, AND 1710-2025 MHZ INTERNATIONAL MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS (IMT) FREQUENCY BANDS
- DICT-DO-002-2018 DIRECTING THE NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION TO REDUCE THE INTERCONNECTION RATES BETWEEN PUBLIC TEECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS.
- DICT-MO-001-2018 POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE ENTRY OF A NEW MAJOR PLAYER IN THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET
- GUIDELINES ON THE RANKING OF DELIVERY UNITS AND INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEES FOR PURPOSES OF GRANTING THE 2017 PERFORMANCE-BASED BONUS
- GUIDELINES ON THE RANKING OF DELIVERY UNITS AND INDIVIDUALS AS BASIS FOR GRANTING THE PERFORMANCE-BASED BONUS (PBB) FOR FY 2016
- DRAFT RULES AND REGULATIONS ON THE SELECTION OF A NEW MAJOR PLAYER IN THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET
- RULES AND REGULATIONS ON THE SELECTION OF A NEW MAJOR PLAYER IN THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET AUGUST 2018
- DICT-MO-002-2018 AMENDING CERTAINS PROVISIONS OF MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 001, S 2018 POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE ENTRY OF NEW MAJOR PLAYER
- DICT-MO-003-2018 AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 001, SERIES OF 2018, AS AMENDED BY MO 2, S. 2018, OR THE POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE ENTRY OF A NEW MAJOR PLAYER IN THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET
- DICT-MO-004-2018 MANDATORY UNLOCKING OF MOBILE PHONES AND DEVICES AFTER LOCK-IN PERIOD AND COMPLIANCE WITH TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENTS
List of Programs and Services of DICT
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (abbreviated DICT) is a cabinet-level agency of the Philippine Government’s executive department, primarily responsible for managing, supervising and overseeing government telecommunications policies, plans, programs, projects and activities. Here are some of them:
The National Plan for the Philippines’ broadband infrastructure aims to lay the foundation for a robust and affordable broadband network. It involves the deployment of wireless and fiber optic technologies, which will improve the speed and affordability of Internet connectivity. Through the NBP, the government will also stimulate the market for broadband services.
The NBP has identified three strategies that will help achieve universal, faster, and affordable internet access. These include the establishment of a robust and affordable broadband network.
The National Data Center aims to provide a secure and reliable data infrastructure that will allow the government to deliver effective and efficient services to the public. It can also help reduce the government’s spending by providing resources through its cloud services and data center operations.
Digital Transformation Centers (DTCs) are places where people can learn and acquire basic, intermediate, and advanced digital skills. The DICT’s purpose is to provide Filipinos with the digital skills they need to participate in the digital economy.
Free Wi-Fi for All
The goal of the Free Wi-Fi for All program is to provide free public internet access to all Filipinos. It aims to help address the growing digital divide and improve the country’s economic, educational, and social opportunities.
Through the Free Wi-Fi for All Program, the government aims to provide fast and secure Internet access to all public areas in the Philippines. This program is carried out through the provision of Republic Act 10929.
The National Government Portal is a single website that contains all government transactions and information. It is designed to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government by facilitating interoperability and collaboration among various agencies. The project’s vision is to provide a one-stop shop for all government services. It is also dedicated to making the government more people-friendly by implementing ICT tools.
The Integrated /Electronic Business Permits and Licensing System (eBPLS) is software that enables local governments to process the applications for business permits and licenses in a more efficient manner. It allows them to integrate various systems such as building permits, sanitary permits, and barangay clearance.
The e-BPLS is a cloud-based platform that enables local government units (LGUs) to automate their permitting system and comply with the requirements of the Republic Act of 2018’s ease of doing business and efficient government service delivery act. It aims to help solve the red tape problem by providing a single point of access to government services.
The e-Business Portal System (eBPLS) is software that simplifies the process of filing and accessing business documents online. It also allows users to view information related to establishing a business.
The PBH-CBP is an online platform that simplifies the registration process for businesses in the Philippines. It is designed to help you meet the requirements of the R.A. 11032 and the ease of doing business.
The goal of the PBH-CBP is to reduce the time it takes for people to process their transactions by making it easier for them to do business. It will also help the government deliver better services by reducing the number of paper transactions. This system will mainly cover the various agencies of the government, such as the DTI and the SEC.
The MITHI is an initiative that aims to ensure that information and communications technology (ICT) projects and resources are interoperability across government agencies and organizations. It also involves the coordination of various state universities and colleges.
The goal of the MITHI is to ensure that the various organizations that participate in ICT projects are able to carry out their activities in a more efficient and effective manner. This can help them provide their services to the public more effectively.
The objective of the MITHI is to ensure that the various organizations that participate in ICT projects are able to carry out their activities in a more efficient and effective manner. It also aims to ensure that the government’s ICT projects are aligned with the five key result areas of the 2011-16 national development plan.
The National ICT Household Survey is a comprehensive survey that aims to collect information about the use and demand of ICT in the country. It is also expected to provide a baseline for the country’s development programs and policies.
The National ICT Planning and Standards Bureau (NIPPSB) is implementing a comprehensive survey to collect information and data about the use of ICT in households. Through its partnership with PRSTI and the Philippine Statistics Authority, the NICTHS is expected to provide a clear picture of the country’s ICT use. Currently, the survey is in its seventh year and has already covered over 74.6% of the country’s regions.
The NICTEF is a framework that aims to provide a strategic compass and a framework for the implementation of information and communications technology (ICT). It also facilitates the exchange of information and ideas related to the country’s ICT ecosystem.
The National ICT Policy and Strategy Council (NICTEF) considers various frameworks as important in supporting the country’s digital transformation. These include the availability of human capital, the development of platforms, and the regulation and policies necessary to ensure that the country’s infrastructure is resilient.
The framework identifies six areas that are related to the government’s digital transformation strategy. These include the establishment of a resilient ICT ecosystem, the development of a participatory governance framework, the enhancement of public connectivity, the protection of intellectual property, and the development of an ICT user environment.
The implementation of the framework is expected to be completed in 2022. To ensure that the various stakeholder groups are represented in its development, the council is conducting a series of multi-stakeholder consultations. Each of these sessions will be conducted every June.
– Services Offered by the DICT –
Common Tower Registration Portal: The DICT Tower Registration Portal is a web-based application that provides access to all the information about towers and their owners. The portal is open for all public users, including tower owners, service providers, and end-users.
Government Video Conferencing Services (GVCS): GVCS is a service that allows government agencies to hold video conferences with their clients and partners. The DICT provides GVCS services to all government offices nationwide, free of charge.
RapidPass: RapidPass is a service that allows the public to apply for government documents, fast and easy. It is an online application system that allows applicants to apply for various government documents in just one click.
Philippine National Public Key Infrastructure: This is a government project that aims to provide a key infrastructure that enables the secure exchange of information between government agencies and private organizations. It is also aimed at providing a trusted environment for the use of digital signatures, which are used in authenticating documents.
Postal Regulation: The Postal Regulation is a set of rules and regulations that govern the operation of the Philippine Postal Corporation. It also regulates the prices and rates of postal services, as well as other facilities and services provided by this government agency.
Information Systems Strategic Plan: The Information Systems Strategic Plan (ISSP) is a set of policies and strategies that aim to support the development of information technology in the Philippines. It is also aimed at creating an efficient infrastructure for government agencies, as well as providing public access to online services.
Trainings: The DICT provides various training programs for government employees and the public. The agency also holds training for ISPs and other information technology companies, aiming to provide them with the necessary resources to facilitate their operations.
How to Avail GovMail: The government’s email system, known as GovMail, allows agencies to establish their own user addresses. These addresses allow them to send and receive official emails.
The email@example.com address is used by people to identify the agency they are sent an email from. It gives credibility to the message and its subject line.
The use of GovMail is part of the government’s e-government Master Plan, which aims to modernize the way the public receives and uses government services. It also promotes transparency and confidence in the agencies that are part of the system.
Recognition Scheme of All Cybersecurity Assessment Providers: The Republic Act No. 10844, otherwise known as the “Department of Information and Communications Technology Act of 2015”, provides that the Department of ICT (DICT) is responsible for ensuring that the security of the country’s critical information infrastructure is maintained. This includes the protection of the privacy and security of individuals and businesses’ data. DICT also has the power to oversee the activities of agencies that regulate and govern the ICT sector.
In May 2017, the Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) unveiled the National Cybersecurity Plan 2022 (NCSP). The MCs for the implementation plan were also published in September 2017. These documents provide a framework for the development of a comprehensive security and protection strategy for the country’s information infrastructure.
Government website Hosting Service: The government has announced that it will be hosting its websites on a local server to prevent foreign interference. The Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) has also said that it is putting up an online portal for people to report cybercrime. This portal will allow anyone in the country to file complaints or concerns about hacking or data theft.
Video: DICT DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is responsible for formulating the Philippines’ strategies in information and communications technology (ICT). The DICT is also tasked with creating an environment that is conducive to the development and use of ICT. In line with these responsibilities, the DICT has formulated several plans and projects that will ensure the Philippines’ competitiveness in the global ICT market, as highlighted in the video above.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the role of DICT in the Philippines?
The DICT is the executive department of the government of the Philippines. It is responsible for planning, developing, and promoting the country’s information technology.
2. What is the function of DICT?
To ensure that the country’s ICT infrastructures are properly maintained and operated, the department has developed a set of rules and regulations. These regulations are also consulted by various stakeholder groups.
3. What is the main goal of DICT on formulating a roadmap for education?
The objective of this initiative is to create innovative startups that will help stimulate economic growth and find solutions to society’s most pressing issues.
4. What is the importance of an ICT policy for teaching and learning?
ICT in education can help students retain their knowledge and engage with their work. This is because it allows them to learn in different ways. In addition, it can make learning more fun and interactive by allowing them to bring different concepts into the classroom.
5. What are the ICT laws in the Philippines?
Due to the increasing number of people using social media to discuss and debate about the law, the #NoToCybercrimeLaw hashtag has started to trend. Users started talking about their concerns about the law on various platforms.
In October 2012, various government websites in the Philippines, including those of the Senate and the official Gazette, were targeted by members of Anonymous, who were reacting to the country’s new Cybercrime Prevention Act. They carried out this attack through a campaign known as #OpPhilippines. The group’s members were able to access these sites through denial of service attacks.
In response, the activist group Anonymous released a YouTube clip that criticized the anti-cybercrime law. It expressed its concerns about the law’s negative effects on the freedom of expression in the Philippines.
Fifteen petitions have been filed against the Cybercrime Prevention Act at the Supreme Court. A temporary restraining order (TRO) was issued on October 9, 2012, temporarily halting the implementation of the law. The TRO was initially suspended for 120 days. However, the court decided to extend the TRO while the justices were working on the case.
On May 24, 2013, the Department of Justice revealed that the controversial provisions of the law would be dropped as it was waiting for the Supreme Court’ ruling on its legality, which is expected in the next couple of months.
6. What is the connection of DICT to ICT4E?
The ICT for Education program is a collaboration between the DICT and the education sector that aims to encourage the use of ICT in the education sector. It also provides the necessary tools and resources to enable the implementation of learning programs.
7. What is the current state of ICT in the Philippines 2022?
In March 2022, former President Rodrigo Duterte signed Republic Act 11659, which allowed foreign ownership of 100% of the country’s public services. This amendment was also beneficial for the ICT industry.
8. What are the trends in ICT today?
The use of ICTs can help us produce effective teaching and learning materials. They can also help us understand the various learning styles of students. Through the Internet, we can additionally conduct research on the learning styles of our students. Through the Internet, we can additionally conduct research on the learning styles of our students. ICTs can also be used to help students develop their writing skills. Through the use of ICTs, teachers can monitor the writing process and provide feedback. Students can also use these tools to develop their communication skills. ICTs have become an essential part of the classroom. They can be used to enhance the learning experience of students. They can also be used for assessment purposes, as well as for developing teaching and learning materials.
Information and communications technology (ICT) is an important part of our daily lives. It helps us to communicate with each other and access information. ICT also helps us to work more efficiently and connect with others around the world.
The Department of Information Communications Technology (ICT) is responsible for providing reliable and efficient communication services to the public. DICT also helps to create new and innovative products and services that can help to improve our lives. Without the department of ICT, we would not be able to enjoy the many benefits of modern technology.
OFWs and their families benefit from the services offered by the DICT through their mobile phones, computers, and other devices. The department of ICT also provides employment to many people in the Philippines, which means that they can support their families and provide for them.
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