Making “one roof government services”, “one stop shop services for LGUs” possible in Bataan
BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Bataan Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia recently met with top officials of CrimsonLogic Pte. Co. Ltd, a leading Singapore-based e-government solutions and services company to discuss the “one roof government services.” The business meeting took place at their headquarters in Singapore.
In a news briefing this morning with Geoff Loyola, chief of the Provincial Information and Management Information Systems offices, he said the governor was joined by the provincial government department heads and Francis Initorio of the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB).
“Gov. Abet and the rest of Bataan officials had some initial talks with CrimsonLogic executives on the proposed private-public partnership (PPP) that will provide solutions systems for the what we call here as “one stop shop services for LGUs,” Loyola pointed out.
Loyola added that Bataan will be the first provincial or local government client of CrimsonLogic because most of their customers are national government agencies.
CrimsonLogic is known globally as a trusted partner working closely with governments around the world to develop innovative and sustainable e-Government solutions to collaborate more seamlessly with their citizens and ecosystem.
Headquartered in Singapore and with over two decades of experience, we have a deep understanding of the way agencies work, interact and deliver services. TradeNet®, eJudiciary, eStamping and CertOfOrigin are some of our world’s first innovations being used every day by government agencies worldwide.
The company’s clients span across the globe – Bahrain, Canada, Chile, China, Ghana, India, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Trinidad & Tobago, the United Arab Emirates, and many other countries.
This recent development is in connection with the rehabilitation and conversion of the provincial capitol building into a world-class business hub.
Some of the topics discussed with CrimsonLogic were e-licensing systems and business registry systems. The project aims to attract more investors in the province by its easy, faster and more efficient and convenient transactions.
“Crimson Logic shared their eGov solutions and successes in the public sector domain that helped states/provinces achieve efficiency in government administration (C2G, B2G), Ease of Doing Business, Business Registration & Licensing, eDivision Secretariat in Sri Lanka, Provincial administration project in Utteranchal, India, etc. We look forward to a successful Public Private Partnership (PPP) with them,” Loyola added.
This October, CrimsonLogic officials are planning to visit the Bataan Provincial Capitol and the FAB for possible inspection of their project sites in the province and to further discuss the negotiations in forging the partnership.