Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Business Permit and Licensing Division (BPLD) head Neil Perez recently launched a new program, the ‘3Bs of Business Permit’ to expedite the process of applying for a business permit and the rationalization of the different permits and licenses of the different business establishments in Olongapo City.

The first ‘B’ is Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS). This is a program in which the process of applying for a business permit is made more easy, faster and efficient. It can be recalled that a similar process called ’10 Steps’ was launched earlier this year.

“Sa BOSS, nasa mismong BPLD na ang mga representative ng mga offices na may kinalaman sa pagpo-proseso ng permit tulad ng ESMO, Bureau of Fire, Zoning at City Health. Dahil dito, mas mabilis ang pagsasaayos ng clearance ng mga negosyante,” Perez explained.

“Hindi na kinakailangan pang pumunta ng mga aplikante sa iba’t-ibang offices, dito na lang sa BOSS,” Perez added

The second ‘B’ is the Business Tax Mapping Operation. “Lahat ng areas sa Olongapo sinusuyod natin upang malaman kung lahat ng businesses sa lungsod ay may mga business permit at kung nagco-comply ba sila sa mga regulations,” Perez said.

Currently, BPLD has already finished evaluating Barangays East and West Bajac-Bajac. They aim to conclude evaluation of the rest of the barangays of the city before the year ends.

The third ‘B’ or “Business Permit ang Licensing System’ (BPLS) is a new information system obtained by the city government, through initiative of Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr, to install a better and more efficient system to process and organize business permits

“Sa sistemang ito, na Geographic Information System (GIS) enabled, may mga satellite pictures ng lungsod na tutulong upang makita ang iba’t-ibang mga establishments dito upang madaling makita at magamit sa analysis,” Perez said.

BPLS is a part of Unified Land Information System (ULIS) from Australian Aid (AusAid) also made possible through the efforts of Mayor Gordon.


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