iDulog: Report fixers, corruption practices online
MANILA, Philippines – Have you experienced dealing with fixers in a government agency? (INFOGRAPHIC: Ten right things to expect from government agencies)
With the government’s new crowdsourcing initiative, you can report corruption practices you encounter in frontline agencies.
‘Idulog’(report/request) is part of the 3-fold online service of the government which also enables Filipino netizens to request a message from the President, request for an official document, give a suggestion or compliment, and follow up on a specific concern.
‘Alamin’ (be informed) is another government online service which serves as a platform for netizens to be informed about the processes within the government.
The wesbite, managed by the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office (PCDSPO) , also serves as the national government portal to enable citizens to participate in governance.
‘Makiisa’ (participate) shows a matrix of schedules of public consultations and avenues for citizen participation from government offices.
The online services are aligned with the administration’s open data initiatives aimed at increasing transparency and eradicating corruption.
The launch of the online services comes on the heels of a string of corruption issues against the government, both at the national and local levels. – Rappler.com
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