Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Wednesday, December 24, 2008


Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr. and City Councilor Edwin Piano who is in-charge of the IT (Information Technology) projects of the city, led the inauguration of the The Olongapo City ID System Center at the Olongapo City Hall grounds recently.

“May 3 systems na inilabas under the Olongapo City ID system, first is yung Public Transport Color Coded Scheme (PTC2S) na para sa mga drivers. Mayroon ding VMS o yung Volunteer Management System kasama dito yung mga Balikatan Ladies, Teachers, Pulis at yung mga dati nang mga volunteers ng Subic Bay,” explained Piano.

“Yung pangatlo naman ay yung PATS o yung Public Assistance Tracking System. Magkakaroon lahat ng city councilors ng ganito pati na yung mga nasa Mayor’s Office,” added Piano.

Through PATs, the services and help given by the councilors to the city’s constituents will me monitored

“Kung may humihingi sa amin ng assistance, is-swipe lang namin yung ID nila at mairerecord na yung assistance na ibinigay namin o kung ini-refer namin sa ibang agency. Ang kagandahan ng sistema na ito, makikita kung sino yung talagang nangangailangan o kung nang-aabuso lang dahil marami ding nangangailangan at dapat balanse lahat ng tulong na ibinibigay,” said Piano.

“Magiging instrumento din ito upang malaman kung ano ang klaseng tulong na kailangan ng mga tao upang makabuo ng tamang programa para dito,” added Piano.

Olongapo City will be the pioneer in implementing this kind of technologically advanced ID system to further improve the public service system of the city.

“Ang mga IDs na ito ay equipped with magnetic strip, barcode at yung RFID (Radio Frequency ID) ay babasahin ng isang ‘movitron’ para makuha ang impormasyon na naka-store sa ID. Dahil sa RFID, magiging isang ‘access card’ ang iyong ID na maaring maging DTR (Daily Time Record) at iba pang mga purposes,” said VJ Cajudo, manager of the Olongapo City ID System Center.

This ID system will also be implemented in Traffic Management.

“Sa traffic management naman, bibigyan din ng ID ang mga traffic officers at is-swipe lang nila yung mga ID ng mga nahuhuli nilang violators at magkakaroon na ng record at ita-transmit yung information sa system administrator,” explained Cajudo.

“Mamomonitor dito yung mga discrepancies at yung mga hindi pa nababayarang violations ng mga drivers,” added Cajudo.

Several drivers and volunteers have already been issued with IDs.

“Ang pinaka focus ng system na ito ay mabigyan ng mas efficient na public service ang mga tao,” Cajudo concluded.

The project was made possible with the cooperation of Senator Richard Gordon and Congresswoman Carissa Coscolluela. The technology was developed by Jimec Global Holdings.

Si Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon at City Councilor Edwin Piano sa isinagawang inauguration kamakailan ng Olongapo City ID System Center sa Olongapo City Hall grounds.


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