From long lines to online
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From long lines to online

Mar 31, 2022, 11:44 AM
Santiago Celario

Santiago Celario


Quezon City's Business Permits and License Division launches e-Book highlighting its automation efforts.

TO expedite the processing of business permits in Quezon City, the Business Permits and Licensing Department (BLPD) has launched an e-Book highlighting its efforts to automate various processes being implemented by the local government.

QC government said the e-Book, entitled “From Long Lines to Online,” contains various automation programs being spearheaded by the BPLD, through the leadership of Department Head Ma. Margarita Santos and with the full support of Mayor Joy Belmonte.

Residents can access the digital file through this link: .

“As the world moves to the digital age, business transactions and processes have also moved online. It is only logical that the BPLD ensures that the lines burdening our business owners are reduced, if not totally eliminated, as we gradually migrate to a simple, more accessible online platform,” Santos said,
“We have always envisioned this great city founded by Manuel L. Quezon as a pioneer in many aspects. Blessed with abundant resources, the city is poised for a paradigm shift – that of making its local government services and transactions fully automated in many aspects,” Belmonte said.

Among the automation programs currently being implemented by BPLD are the Online Unified Business Permit Application System (OUBPAS) and the Online Occupational Permit System (OOPS).

The OUBPAS, which was launched via the QC government’s official portal, allows the application of new business permits and renewal or amendments of existing licenses and short-term/special permits.

Meanwhile, long lines are now a thing of the past when getting an Occupational Permit in Quezon City, thanks to the OOPS, said Occupational Permit Unit (OPU) acting chief Ramon Africa.

Tags: #QCgovt., #Ebook, #digitalization, #businespermitsandlicensedivision, #technology

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