Streamlining BPL Pampanga

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					   What is Project: Streamlining the Business Process
    of Critical Frontline Services
       Objectives
       Coverage
       Initial Gains
       Focus: Issuance of Mayor’s Permit by
        Cities/Municipalities
   eBPLS Pampanga
       Objectives/Structure
       Implementation in Central Luzon
General Objective:
      Foster a business-friendly environment in Central
       Luzon


Specific Objectives:
      Reduce the turnaround time in the issuance of
       business certificates, permits and licenses
      Eliminate unnecessary duplication and overlapping of
       agency functions/ requirements and abolish those that
       are redundant and irrelevant
      Adopt a simple, effective and transparent step by step
       procedure in the issuance of business certificates,
       permits and licenses
Coverage
      Issuance of Business Name Certificate by DTI-3
      Issuance of Sales Promo Permit by DTI- 3
      Issuance of Land Use Conversion Certificate by DAR-3
      Issuance of Export Documents by OSEDC Clark & Subic
      Issuance of Environmental Compliance Certificate by
       EMB- 3
      Issuance of Mayor’s Permit by the Cities/ Municipalities
Initial Gains
     Issuance of Business Name Certificate by DTI-3
          Reduction in turnaround time from 1-2 months to 11
           hours
     Issuance of Sales Promo Permit by DTI- 3
          Reduction in turnaround time from 2 days to 12.7 hours
     Issuance of Land Use Conversion Certificate by DAR-3
          Reduction in turnaround time from 130 days (2003) to
           51-57 days for priority projects covering 5 hectares and
           below
     Issuance of Export Documents by OSEDC Clark and Subic
          Reduction in turnaround time from 2-3 days to 5 minutes
     Issuance of Environmental Compliance Certificate by EMB- 3
          Reduction in turnaround time from 1-2 years (2003) to
           15-120 days
   Issuance of Mayor’s Permit by the Cities/Municipalities
       Reduction in turnaround time from 2 weeks-1month
        to 15 minutes-2 days
       Increase in number of applications by 468% from
        2004 to 2006
       Increase in revenue generated by a maximum of
        40% in 2006
       Reduction in number of signatories, with a
        maximum of 2 signatories eliminated in 2006
       Reduction in number of steps, with a maximum of 5
        steps eliminated in 2006
Focus: Issuance of Mayor’s Permit

       BASIS: Malacañang Memorandum Order (M.O) No. 117
       dated September 15, 2003
          Directs local authorities to simplify and rationalize
           their civil application systems
          The secretaries of DILG and DTI to facilitate the
           streamlining of procedures in the issuance of permits
           and licenses particularly business permits, building
           permits, certificates of occupancy and other
           clearances; in terms of documentary requirements,
           procedures and signatories, processing time and
           processing costs.
Focus: Issuance of Mayor’s Permit
      All cities/municipalities in Central Luzon have streamlined
       the process of the issuance of Mayor’s Permit

                                                       TOTAL NO. OF CITIES/
                           TOTAL NO. OF CITIES/
            PROVINCE                              MUNICIPALITIES IMPLEMENTING
                             MUNICIPALITIES
                                                   THE STREAMLINING PROGRAM

             Aurora                 8                         8
             Bataan                12                         12
            Bulacan                24                         24
            N. Ecija               32                         32
           Pampanga                22                         22
             Tarlac                18                         18
            Zambales               14                         14
             TOTAL                130                        130
Focus: Issuance of Mayor’s Permit
      84% of the cities/municipalities in Central Luzon have taken
       ownership of the project

                                                      NO. OF CITIES/
                   LEVELS OF IMPLEMENTATION
                                                     MUNICIPALITIES

        Documented/Implemented                                 130
        Installed Internal Monitoring System (IMS)             109


        Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS)                           51
           - Permanent                               24
           - Seasonal                                27
        Computerization                                         68
I.    Legal Basis
     1. Malacañang Memorandum Order (M.O) No. 117 dated
        September 15, 2003
             Directs local authorities to simplify and
              rationalize their civil application systems

     2.   Republic Act No. 7470 of 1992, creates the National Economic
          Research & Business Assistance Center (NERBAC) that shall
          be placed under the Department of Trade & Industry.

              Aims to provide a one-stop action center which shall
               facilitate the processing and documentation of all
               paper requirements necessary for the establishment
               of a business enterprise in the region.
I.    Legal Basis

     3. e-Commerce Law
           It gives legal recognition of electronic messages, electronic
            documents and electronic signatures
             Allows the formation of contracts in electronic form
             Mandates RPWeb to be implemented which intends to
              connect all NGAs to the internet
             Empowers the DTI to supervise the development of e-
              commerce, come up with policies & regulations if needed
     4.   Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007
              RA 9465 confirms the government’s resolve to stump graft
               and corruption, hasten government transactions and provide
               stiffer penalties

				
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