Issue of May 12, 2019
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Online application of building, occupancy permits underway
by PIO release

The City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) is now pilot testing the online application of business and occupancy permits to speed up its issuance to building owners.

CBAO Head Nazita F. Bañez said application forms for building and occupancy permits are now downloadable in the website of the city government.

Electronic processing of these permits is on an experimental basis to address possible gaps that may arise.

The pilot testing is in compliance to Joint Memorandum Circular 2018-01 of the departments of the Interior and Local Government, Public Works and Highways, Information and Communications Technology, and Trade and Industry to streamline the process in securing building permits and certificates of occupancy.

Bañez said at present, the monitoring system developed by the Information Technology Division of the City Budget Office is used for tracking applications quickly and accurately, thereby saving time and effort of personnel in doing manual work.

“An electronic kiosk is now being designed to ensure the compliance of the office to the Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007. This will definitely lessen the interaction of personnel and clients in their application for permits, significantly reducing allegations of corruption, among other issues,” Bañez said.

Bañez said the CBAO is now occupying its new building in Barangay DPS Compound.

The pilot testing of the electronic application is also in line with the city government’s efforts to embrace the use of information and communications technology in the delivery of basic services.

Initially, the city government computerized the issuance of business permits through the electronic business permits and licensing system, the computation of real and business permit taxes, and the conduct of sessions by the local legislative body, among other aspects of governance.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan commended the CBAO for pilot testing the electronic application of business and occupancy permits, saying that the faster processing and issuance of the permits will help improve the trust and confidence of the public.

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