The Tagbilaran City governmentâ€™s E-track system which is intended to hasten transactions with City Hall is expected to be implemented in January, 2017 in time for the renewal of business and mayorâ€™s permits.
According to City Administrator Edi Borja, a four-day training of city government employees on the new system will be concluded tomorrow.
The training was led by Linda Paredes, coordinator of the USAID-SURGE (United States Agency for International Development Aid-Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity) project.
Borja said that once the system is in place, the current 14-step process which includes the personal submission of documents in obtaining business permits would be cut down to three steps.
Recently, Governor Edgar Chatto and Tagbilaran City Mayor Geesnell Yap signed a memorandum of agreement in relation to the launch of the said program. (Wellie Maetsrado)