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Sunday, August 19, 2018

DOE Holds Energy Investment Briefing in Region X


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The Department of Energy (DOE) conducted the Energy Investment Briefing for Region X today (16 August) at the N Hotel, Cagayan De Oro City.

The briefing organized by the Investments Promotion Office of the DOE is held annually to highlight the country's need for additional capacity requirements and the collaboration with the local stakeholders, such as the LGUs and electric cooperatives, for the realization of the energy projects.

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi, in his statement delivered by Assistant Secretary Redentor E. Delola said, “The energy family is reaching out to potential host communities and interested energy investors, to discuss the latest policies and programs that facilitate the implementation of energy projects.”

The briefing included a discussion on the Mindanao Power Supply and Demand Outlook and updates on Energy Regulations 1-94. It also discussed energy projects in the region, their benefits for the host LGUs and distribution utilities and the procedures to fast track energy projects.

The DOE holds these energy investment briefings for the stakeholders to interact with each other at the local level.

Prince Tao Pays a Royal Visit to Manila


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Get your curtsies in check as CDM Entertainment brings you one of today’s most sought after Lakorn royalties! For the first time ever, Manila fans will have the chance to meet his royal highness, Sattaphong “Tao” Phiangphor at Prince Tao: The Royal Fan Gathering, happening on September 23, 2018 at Cinema 6, SM North EDSA.

Tao first entered the limelight in the Thai remake - Coffee Prince, which has grabbed international recognition and has made him popular to fans overseas. Since then, he slowly but surely revealed himself to not only be a versatile actor through different roles, but also a musician, as he released one hit song after another. Popular for his role as “Prince Ian” in the Thai remake of Princess Hours - currently airing on GMA, Tao made his way to becoming one of the most adored Thai stars in the country today.

Our dear prince is showing no signs of slowing down as he continues to show his dedication to his craft as his fans continue to express their appreciation. In return, this multi-talented royalty is set to fly to Manila for his first ever fan convention! Don’t miss the chance to walk the red carpet, enjoy royal activities, know more about the crown prince, and take part in the royal dance. Prince Tao: The Royal Fan Gathering will happen on September 23, 2018 at Cinema 6, SM North EDSA. Tickets is now available in all SM Tickets outlets nationwide and online via www.smtickets.com. Ticket are priced 3, 500.00php (MVP 1 with fan sign and hi-touch and MVP 2 with group photo by 20’s and hi-touch), 2, 500 php (VIP with hi-touch), and 1, 500 php (General Admission). Ticketing charges apply.

Prince Tao: The Royal Fan Convention is brought to fans by CDM Entertainment and Star Hunter Studios in cooperation with SM Cinemas and SM Tickets. Please stay tuned for more details.  For more show information, you may visit CDM’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/cdmentph.

From UP Fight to UP Flight


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For a time it looked as if the UP Fighting Maroons had nowhere to go but down.

After the 1986 UAAP championship, UP’s performance in the premiere collegiate league could be described as uneventful, even dismal, save for two seasons back in 1996 and 1997 when the team reached the Final Four.

The UP community grew indifferent. And with a string of bottom-dwelling and sometimes winless seasons in 2007, 2010 and 2013, the community seemingly lost all interest. Recruitment suffered. Aspirations towards a championship fizzled out. The UP Maroons continued to battle in the UAAP, but unlike their competition, they appeared less inspired, playing like boys against men.  

Perhaps one reason was that the team operated on a bare-minimum budget. This resulted in so-so recruitment and short-term, season-to-season systems that failed to develop the young players from competitors to winners. Eventually, the once-mighty Maroons of 1986 and the late 90’s lost their winning ways, lacked the will to win and sank into a dismal losing culture. Sad but true, but when the UP Fighting Maroons Men’s Basketball Team was mentioned, the name became synonymous with losing.




So pathetic was the Maroons’ ability to win that in Season 77 in 2014, the team and a community of Maroons fans celebrated their lone win of the season against Adamson U with a bonfire at the UP Sunken Garden. The win had snapped a 27-game losing streak and a loss-soaked 720 days. Some ridiculed UP for celebrating mediocrity with the bonfire. Had the team really sunk so low?

In reality, it was the beginning of a turnaround. Following that bonfire, a UP alumnus posted an article on his Facebook account that bemoaned the sorry state of the UP basketball program, citing hungry athletes, lack of resources including transportation, lack of electricity in their quarters and other woes. The Facebook post became viral. The article sparked outrage, concern, then an outpouring of support from the alumni community. That year UP won just 1 game, but that one game meant everything. It changed the mindset of the players, changed the perception of the UP community towards the athletes and gave birth to the biggest and strongest grassroots support base for the team, the nowheretogobutUP movement. That one game became the spark that started the resurgence of the UP Fighting Maroons. 

Four years after that fateful day in 2014, the Maroons have thrived. Thanks to a strong team management and coaching staff. Thanks to exciting recruits and alumni, fans, friends and students who rallied to the cause. Thanks to sponsors, supporters and donors who have given in big and little ways, the improvement in the team with regards to coaching, line-up and performance has grown by leaps and bounds.

Through Seasons 78 through 80, the UP Fighting Maroons have become Final Four contenders once again. The team that celebrated on the basis of just one win is now poised to target the Final Four in Season 81 and, who knows? Maybe even the championship.

The UP Men’s Basketball Team got its biggest break in the off-season with the support and commitment of 3M Philippines. The global science company that never stops inventing and applies science in collaborative ways to improve lives daily has always believed in talent and most importantly, potential. Ariel Lacsamana, 3M Managing Director and a UP alumnus, said 3M became intrigued with the UP team and its story. Through its long and many struggles, the team never gave up. It kept chipping away at its challenges and solved its problems proudly and creatively. 3M loved the grit and the never-give-up attitude of the UP Fighting Maroons and decided it would take a chance on the UPMBT. It formalized a long-term partnership with the team that will support it through UAAP Season 81 and in other leagues that it would participate in as well.

“This is not the first time we are partnering with educational institutions or talent,” the 3M MD said. “We do what we can to support and provide tools, resources and knowledge. We believe that the UP Men’s Basketball Team is talent worth investing in.”

Come September when the UPMBT faces its most important battle which is UAAP Season 81, the team as well as the entire UP community can’t wait to show how grateful they are for 3M’s faith and generosity. The team will fight to show 3M their trust in the team was all worth it. A new winning tradition is here. There’s #nowheretogobutUP.

3 DOTr Agencies Among Top to Remit Highest 2017 Dividends


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Three (3) state-owned agencies under the Department of Transportation (DOTr) were listed among the GOCCs with the highest amount of dividends remitted to the country’s coffers for 2017. Topping the list is the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (DOTr-CAAP), while Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) ranked as 2nd, and the Manila International Airports Authority (MIAA) ranked 7th.

In a ceremony in Malacanang yesterday, President Rodrigo Duterte recognized the efforts of CAAP, which remitted PhP6.2 Billion in dividends. CAAP went from years of non-remittance from 2011 to 2015 to being the top contributing Government-Owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC). 

For 2017, the total amount of dividends from the 125 GOCCs in the country is PhP30.46 Billion.

“Ang dividends na ‘yan ay para sa gobyerno, para sa tao. These dividends will certainly auger well in achieving the objectives set by President Duterte in the service of the country and our fellowmen. Kaya ang bilin ko sa CAAP, ibigay sa gobyerno ang para sa gobyerno,” said Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, who received the Certificate of Acknowledgement on behalf of CAAP and other members of the “Billionaire’s Club.”











CAAP’s remittance represents 68% of CAAP’s net income for CY2017 amounting to PhP3.22 billion, including PhP3 billion worth of unpaid dividend arrears.

“Mahigpit po ang bilin sa atin ni Secretary Tugade. CAAP was not only directed to start remitting dividends, but also remit the unpaid dividends over the years. We will continue to do our share in improving the financial performance of the GOCC sector,” said CAAP Director General Jim Sydiongco.

“This achievement is not only for the CAAP, but also an achievement we share with all the CAAP employees who worked hard to make this feat possible. The sacrifices and the dedication I see in them inspires and empowers me to continue doing our good work despite the challenges confronting us in the aviation industry. Likewise, we wish to commend our DOTr Sec. Tugade for his strong and decisive leadership that guided us all throughout the process,” DG Sydiongco added.

Meanwhile, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), has remitted PhP3 Billion worth of dividends.

“We attribute this historical accomplishment to the men and women of PPA who have worked tirelessly for more than 44 years in order to make PPA one of the most professional and well-managed GOCCs. To our Chairman, Sec. Art Tugade, without whose guidance in fiscal responsibility and good governance we would not have been able to overcome the operational and governance challenges which we faced during the past 2 years; and most especially to our President, who has inspired us to shy away from corruption and put the people’s welfare in the forefront of our daily tasks,” said PPA General Manager Jay Santiago.

For his part, MIAA GM Ed Monreal, whose agency has remitted PhP2.01 Billion to the national coffers, attributed the agency’s good financial performance to strong leadership.

“Everyone is stepping up and doing their part. It’s actually inspiring. Definitely this goes to the hardworking men and women of MIAA who made sure that the revenues are properly guarded, and also created avenues to generate more funds in support of the objectives of President Duterte in the service of Filipino people,” Monreal said.

Last April 13, the 3 agencies turned over the dividends to Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez.

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez also reported that in the first seven months of 2018, dividends have already reached PhP32-Billion, higher than the dividends for the whole of 2017.

Meanwhile, Sec. Tugade challenged the top grossing agencies to exceed their 2017 performance.

“I extend my sincerest congratulations and appreciatin to your staff—and my challenge for you to exceed our 2017 performance by 20%. It may be difficult but certainly not impossible,” Tugade said.

MARINA Partners with DOF in Upgrading Motorbancas


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The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) partners with the Department of Finance (DOF) in pushing for the MARINA’s motorbanca upgrading campaign. It will commence next month. 

As the MARINA and DOF encourage the upgrading of wooden vessels into fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) boats, motorbanca owners may avail of the Municipal Development Fund (MDF) from the DOF's Municipal Development Fund Office (MDFO) upon the discretion of their respective LGUs.

Through the MDF, motorbanca owners may have a more effective and reliable structure for their vessels, ready for the future implementation of MARINA’s policy on modernizing the domestic shipping industry.

The MDF was initially allocated to provide concessional financing assistance to LGUs with revenue-generating sub-projects and other infrastructure projects. With the MARINA-DOF partnership, the local maritime industry will now be included in the disbursement of the fund. 

The motorbanca upgrading campaign is in line with the MARINA’s 10-year Maritime Industry Development Program (MIDP) that involves the modernization of domestic ships through strengthening of the capability of local shipyards and fostering the construction of more Philippine-constructed ships.

“The full implementation of the upgrading of motorbancas can only be achieved through strong collaboration and support from national and local government units. This partnership with the DOF is a good start for us,” MARINA Domestic Shipping Service (DSS) Director Sonia Malaluan said. 

Aside from the DOF, the MARINA’s motorbanca upgrading campaign is also supported by the Boating Industry Association of the Philippines (BIAP), Office of Transportation Cooperatives (OTC), Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), and Landbank of the Philippines (LBP). 

PH Team Wins Silver and Bronze at International Physics Olympiad


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Three Filipino students became a nigh-unstoppable force at the 49th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO), taking the country closer to gold than it has ever been at the annual worldwide competition.

Steven Reyes, who hails from St. Jude Catholic School (SJSC), bagged a silver medal for the Philippines. Meanwhile, Mikhail Torio from the Philippine Science High School-Main Campus (PSHS-MC) and Charles Bartolo from the Philippine Science High School-Central Luzon Campus (PSHS-CLC) each brought home a bronze medal.

Dr. Josette Biyo, Director of the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI), congratulated the team for placing 34th out of 87 delegations that participated in this year’s IPhO-- achieving the best ranking in 13 years of participation. Reyes, Torio, and Bartolo ranked in the 88th, 68th, and 58th percentiles, respectively, out of a total of 396 student-delegates.

“The triumph of our IPhO Team is nothing short of remarkable. Our latest S&T HRD Stat Updates reveal that the number of physicists in the country decreased significantly, yet technological advances are fueled by physics-based researches. We hope they will continue their interest in the field and soon pursue a career in physics. I cannot emphasize enough the need for skilled physicists and their innovative application of physics to enable our economy to move forward swiftly,” said Biyo.

Each year, the IPhO gathers teams of secondary school students from around the world to compete against each other in a set of individual theoretical and laboratory physics exams.

This year’s problems involved the detection of gravitational waves, the ATLAS instrument at the Large Hadron Collider, and the physics of blood flow and tumor growth-- for the theoretical exam-- and paper transistors and the viscoelastic properties of a polymer thread-- for the experimental exam.

Accompanied by team co-leaders Prof. Perry Esguerra and Prof. Ian Vega (both from the UP National Institute of Physics), the team competed in Lisbon, Portugal last July 21 to 29.

To prepare for the competition, Reyes, Torio, and Bartolo underwent intensive training under Prof. Esguerra, Prof. Vega, and Michael Solis of the Theoretical Physics Group and team co-leader Prof. Nathaniel Hermosa of the Photonics Research Laboratory at the National Institute of Physics. They also received training and guidance from coaches Russel Odi (SJSC), Vinni Dajac (PSHS-MC), Rex Forteza (PSHS-CLC), and Lemuel Pelagio Jr. (PSHS-CLC).

The team competed in the 2018 IPhO with generous support from the Unilab Foundation, the Philippine Science High School Foundation, Inc. (PSHSFI), PSHS-MC, PSHS-CLC, SJCS, and individual donors from the physics community. Dr. Reina Reyes, IPhO Team co-leader, expressed hope for the team to gain more institutional and funding support.

The Philippine team plans to send another delegation to the 2019 IPhO, which will be held in Tel Aviv, Israel.

For more details, interested parties may contact the Philippine IPhO team at ipho.team.ph@gmail.com. (30)

Contact person: Lovely B. Aquino, SEI
Mobile No.: 09179201122, Tel. No.: 837-1925, 8372071 loc 2384

Run For Wellness 9 on September 9 in Naga City


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Southstar Drug celebrates 81 years with Run for Wellness 9: The Color your Run which is now on the 9th installment!

Register for 3k or 5k in select Southstar Drug branches in Bicol and get 10% off until August 31, 2018. Run for Wellness 9 will be held at Plaza Quezon in Naga City on September 9.

The Color your run with two categories that you will surely enjoy, 3K and 5K Color Run. With the combination of different colors with shades plus giveaways. RUN FOR WELLNESS will truly be remarkable and you can just FEEL THE WELLNESS in the route.

After all the breathtaking and color your run, there will be a Zumba with the finale of color blast.







REGISTRATION FEE
Php 300 FOR 3K / 5K Inclusive of Racebib, Singlet and Finisher Medal

REGISTRATION VENUES
Select Southstar Drug branches: NAGA - Crown Hotel Bldg., Cor E. Angeles St. & P. Burgos St. San Francisco Naga City Camarines Sur - #77 Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City, Camarines Sur DAET - Elevated Plaza Vinzons Ave., Daet, Camarines Norte IRIGA - Alfelor St., Cor. Rotary Road, Iriga City, Camarines Sur LEGAZPI - Rizal St., Legazpi City, Alba

For More Information: Visit: www.southstardrug.com.ph Call: Tel. No. +63 (2) 643-3137

DMCI Homes, Globe Team Up to Bring Digital Lifestyle to Condo Communities


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DMCI Homes, the country's first Quadruple A developer, has partnered with major telecommunications firm Globe Telecom to bring the benefits of digital lifestyle to its condominium communities.

Under the memorandum of agreement signed at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center in Makati City last July 11, DMCI Homes unit owners will now be eligible to avail Globe At Home Trial Plan 1899 Internet subscription package for free for the first two months upon move-in in selected DMCI Homes properties. These include The Birchwood, Mirea Residences, Asteria Residences, Sheridan Towers, Lumiere Residences, Viera Residences and Ivory Wood.

The plan comes with a 50Mbps speed with 600GB data allocation. Originally set as a 24-month plan, DMCI Homes’ homeowners and residents have an option to continue upon the expiry of the trial period. The package is also bundled with a free landline telephone set with NDD enabled facility for Globe and Touch Mobile.

Additionally, Globe Telecom also waived installation and modem for the convenience of unit owners availing the package.

“When you move into a home there are so many things that you worry about like where are you going to buy furniture, who’s going to do the interior design, you’re going to be unpacking so many things. The last thing you want to worry about is Internet because these days it’s something that people need,” Globe’s GTM and Business Development Director for Broadband Michelle Fernandez-Castillo said.

“It’s almost as staple as electricity or water. So when you move in, of course you don’t want to move into a home without electricity or without Internet. With this partnership, we can make sure that everything is convenient from the get go. You will have a seamless move-in experience and you will really enjoy your new home,” she continued.

Recognizing Globe Telecom as a quality brand and an advocate of digital lifestyle in the country, DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) operations manager Frederick Rapiñan expressed confidence that the agreement will help DMCI Homes attain its goal to be the best provider of residential communities designed to create quality lifestyle among residents.

"This project is a welcome development for our properties especially for the newly opened properties last year 2017. It will help our unit owners have more options for their Internet access. So this is a very good project for our unit owners," he said.

The partnership also plans to provide more convenience to DMCI Homes unit owners in the future through various mobile and cashless transactions.

Castillo said aside from providing fast Internet access, the company will be helping DMCI Homes communities enjoy the convenience of a digital lifestyle.

"There are a lot of things we are cooking up together with DMCI Homes, aside from being able to deliver fast Internet to all of their condominiums, we’ll also going to be helping them have cashless transactions in their condo communities since Globe is purveyor of a digital lifestyle," Castillo said.

"So we’re not just about home Internet but also total connectivity and we hope that this partnership with DMCI Homes will start to change the lives of so many Filipinos, making their lives more convenient and ultimately they will really enjoy the benefits of connectivity while living in a world-class location," she added.


Leaders in real estate and telecommunications tie up to bring digital lifestyle to condo communities.  DMCI Homes and Globe Telecom officers sign a memorandum of agreement allowing the telecommunications firm to offer an exclusive Globe At Home Trial Plan 1899 Internet subscription package upon move-in in selected DMCI Homes properties. Photo shows from left to right DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) operations manager Frederick Rapiñan, DMCI Homes Assistant Vice President for Marketing Jan Venturanza, Globe Telecom Senior Vice President for Broadband Business Martha Sazon and Globe Telecom GTM and Business Development Director for Broadband Michelle Fernandez-Castillo during the contract signing ceremony last July 11 at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center in Makati City.

DMCI Homes, Globe Team Up to Bring Digital Lifestyle to Condo Communities


Wazzup Pilipinas!

DMCI Homes, the country's first Quadruple A developer, has partnered with major telecommunications firm Globe Telecom to bring the benefits of digital lifestyle to its condominium communities.

Under the memorandum of agreement signed at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center in Makati City last July 11, DMCI Homes unit owners will now be eligible to avail Globe At Home Trial Plan 1899 Internet subscription package for free for the first two months upon move-in in selected DMCI Homes properties. These include The Birchwood, Mirea Residences, Asteria Residences, Sheridan Towers, Lumiere Residences, Viera Residences and Ivory Wood.

The plan comes with a 50Mbps speed with 600GB data allocation. Originally set as a 24-month plan, DMCI Homes’ homeowners and residents have an option to continue upon the expiry of the trial period. The package is also bundled with a free landline telephone set with NDD enabled facility for Globe and Touch Mobile.

Additionally, Globe Telecom also waived installation and modem for the convenience of unit owners availing the package.

“When you move into a home there are so many things that you worry about like where are you going to buy furniture, who’s going to do the interior design, you’re going to be unpacking so many things. The last thing you want to worry about is Internet because these days it’s something that people need,” Globe’s GTM and Business Development Director for Broadband Michelle Fernandez-Castillo said.

“It’s almost as staple as electricity or water. So when you move in, of course you don’t want to move into a home without electricity or without Internet. With this partnership, we can make sure that everything is convenient from the get go. You will have a seamless move-in experience and you will really enjoy your new home,” she continued.

Recognizing Globe Telecom as a quality brand and an advocate of digital lifestyle in the country, DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) operations manager Frederick Rapiñan expressed confidence that the agreement will help DMCI Homes attain its goal to be the best provider of residential communities designed to create quality lifestyle among residents.

"This project is a welcome development for our properties especially for the newly opened properties last year 2017. It will help our unit owners have more options for their Internet access. So this is a very good project for our unit owners," he said.

The partnership also plans to provide more convenience to DMCI Homes unit owners in the future through various mobile and cashless transactions.

Castillo said aside from providing fast Internet access, the company will be helping DMCI Homes communities enjoy the convenience of a digital lifestyle.

"There are a lot of things we are cooking up together with DMCI Homes, aside from being able to deliver fast Internet to all of their condominiums, we’ll also going to be helping them have cashless transactions in their condo communities since Globe is purveyor of a digital lifestyle," Castillo said.

"So we’re not just about home Internet but also total connectivity and we hope that this partnership with DMCI Homes will start to change the lives of so many Filipinos, making their lives more convenient and ultimately they will really enjoy the benefits of connectivity while living in a world-class location," she added.


Leaders in real estate and telecommunications tie up to bring digital lifestyle to condo communities.  DMCI Homes and Globe Telecom officers sign a memorandum of agreement allowing the telecommunications firm to offer an exclusive Globe At Home Trial Plan 1899 Internet subscription package upon move-in in selected DMCI Homes properties. Photo shows from left to right DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) operations manager Frederick Rapiñan, DMCI Homes Assistant Vice President for Marketing Jan Venturanza, Globe Telecom Senior Vice President for Broadband Business Martha Sazon and Globe Telecom GTM and Business Development Director for Broadband Michelle Fernandez-Castillo during the contract signing ceremony last July 11 at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center in Makati City.

DOTr-LTO, BTr, LBP Ink Deal for Nationwide Online Payment of LTO Transactions


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The Department of Transportation-Land Transportation Office (DOTr-LTO) today signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Bureau of Treasury (BTr) and the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) that expands the use of LBP’s online payment facility for LTO transactions in all its Regional Offices nationwide.
 
During the MOA Signing, LTO Assistant Secretary Edgar C. Galvante said, “With this MOA Signing, LTO clients all over the country will soon be able to transact business and/or pay their monetary obligations with the LTO using any of the web-based payment options being offered by LBP.”
 
“The online payment system eliminates several steps in the payment process. This and the lack of human intervention make payments faster, easier, more convenient, and less prone to error. More importantly, the system decreases the opportunity for corruption,” the LTO Chief added.
 
Asec. Galvante explained that, “Initially, the online payment portal will cater to new registration transactions, expanding the service of LBP to cover not only the NCR but all LTO Regional Offices. Later on, the facility will cater to all LTO transactions.”
 
For his part, DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade said that this initiative is in line with the Duterte Administration’s thrust to streamline business processes in government.
 
“President Duterte’s directive was very clear— corruption must be stopped, and business processes must be streamlined so that we can provide comfort and convenience to the public. I am happy that LTO, the Bureau of Treasury, and Landbank are with us in making that happen,” Sec. Tugade said.
 
“Itong si Gen. Galvante at ang LTO, tahimik magtrabaho ngunit nag-dedeliver ng magandang resulta. Naresolba na natin at problema sa lisensya, at nagsimula na tayong mag-distribute ng plaka. Ngayon naman, ang payment sa LTO transactions sa lahat n rehiyon, magiging online na. Napakagandang development ho ito,” Tugade added.
 
It may be recalled that the LTO-National Capital Region(NCR) launched last June the use of LBP’s E-Payment Portal (EPP). LTO-NCR clients are now able to pay for new registration transactions using this facility. This was made possible through a MOA between the three (3) agencies which was signed last December 1, 2017.
 
Galvante said that the LTO-NCR has been gathering positive feedbacks from clients with regard to the ePP.
 
The success of the use of the LBP E-Payment Portal at the LTO-NCR, has made LTO more determined to pursue and expand online-based payment transactions.

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