BIÑAN CITY, one of the few LGU to be recognized and awarded by ARTA

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The ARTA Media Conference was held on April 26, 2024, at Biñan City People’s Center, where ARTA, headed by Secretary Ernesto Perez, recognized the City Government of Biñan as one of the few municipalities to first comply with the fully automated Electronic Business One Stop Shop or eBOSS.

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“It is the vision of our president to bring our country and our people to economic development through a whole new government approach. And through eBOSS, Biñan shows its willingness to ensure the progress of its people,” Secretary Ernesto V. Perez stated.

According to ARTA, mandated by Republic Act 11032, also known as the Ease of Doing Business (EODB), eBOSS is a solitary web platform enabling customers to access all essential services and information for registering a business, including submitting applications, making online payments, and receiving electronic documents.

During the conference, Atty. Arriba said that out of 9,000 local businesses, more than 7,000 have active online accounts (eBOSS). He also mentioned that a total of 1.1 billion in taxes was collected from local businesses in 2023, and they are looking forward to collecting 1.3 billion tax in 2024 with the proper utilization of eBOSS and government efficiency. The Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) is currently utilizing sms, email, and other social media platforms for the announcements and information dissemination to avoid a gap between the city government and the taxpayers

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Vice Mayor Gel Alonte delivering his speech during the ARTA Media Conference 
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Tetsuya Fujita, president of Isuzu Philippines Corporation, also graced the Media Conference with his presence.

“The eBOSS commendation is a testament to our unwavering dedication to streamlining processes, fostering transparency, and embracing innovation. It reflects the collaborative efforts of our local government, private sector partners, and the committee as a whole,” Hon. Angelo B. Alonte, City Vice Mayor of Biñan, said.



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