ORANI, Bataan- Vice Governor Efren “Bondyong” Pascual revealed yesterday the he is pushing for a “paperless” work in the government offices inside the Provincial capitol to save millions of pesos.
In an impromptu interview with thiscorrespondent, Pascual said that he will also propose for the upgrading of the obsolete computers which he said had been used for the past six long years in the provincial capitol offices.
Pascual pointed out that the paperless program he was pushing is in line with Gov Abet Garcia’s “One Bataan” program where the public can have easily access on job vacancies and easy information.
Bataenos can easily search for job vacancies and apply for jobs without the hassles of going outside to inquire for works in just one click in ” One Bataan.”
“Itong paperless program na ating isinusulong ay makakatipid ang pamahalaang lalawigan ng malaking halaga at ito ay naaayon pa sa programang One Bataan ni Gov Abet,” stressed the Vice governor.
Pascual said that under the paperless scheme, aside from not using coupon bonds and other documents in the offices “our paperless program will also save time, can fast track works at the offices and the employees can have more time attending to other basic services to the public.”
The people of Bataan can benefit more from the political unification between the camps of Garcias and Pascuals with the smooth sailing and passages of approval of infranstructure projects, ordinances and others.
Garcia and Pascual had both won last election by a wide margin, considered a political landmark since all their allies in the provincial board were also voted straight by the electorate.
Although he won in a landslide victory and having been given the biggest number of votes ever recorded, Gov Garcia was still initiating a unity campaign among the Bataenos, further earning him praise from the public and local media practitioners in Bataan.