General Luna to have online application and payments for business permit and taxes
General Luna is going going high-tech and offering more convenience to the town’s businessmen and taxpayers.
It would soon have an integrated business permit licensing system that would allow the online application and payment of business permits and taxes, Mayor Matt Florido announced.
The project would be implemented in cooperation with the Department of Information and Communications Technology, Florido said.
“Dito ay ang DICT ang siyang magkakaloob ng SYSTEM kasama na ang technical training ng mga staff ng ating Lokal na Pamahalaan,” he said on Facebook.
The four-day training of local government personnel has started, he said.
The trial of the system would be conducted next week, while its full operation is expected in July, he said.
Florido said the partnership with the DICT has saved the local government a lot of money, which is why he is grateful to the department for its assistance.
“Malaki po ang natipid ng ating Lokal na Pamahalaan, hindi na natin kailangang magbayad ng serbisyo ng mga pribadong kompanya para lamang magkaroon tayo ng licensing system. Kaya nagpapasalamat po ako sa tulong na kaloob sa atin ng DICT! Maraming maraming salamat po!” he said.
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