Background As the ICTO approaches the last six months of its service to the current Administration, it is imperative to ensure that all of the FY 2015 set-targets of the Officeâ€™s programs/ activities/ projects (PAPs) are met. Thus, it is deemed significant to assess and to review the performance of its PAPs especially in accomplishing our two organizational outcomes, namely: a) Creation of 1.3 million jobs from the IT-BPM Sector, and 2) Increase the publicâ€™s access to government services. The accomplishments and challenges that the Office faced in achieving its goals from the previous year are important in the development and implementation of targets for FY 2016. The Executive Summit is an avenue for the Office to develop a holistic blue print of plans and targets for FY 2016. Additionally, it also provides an opportunity for the Office to ensure that the plans and targets are cascaded to all key players of the Office across the country. This shall also be a prerequisite activity for the prioritization of PAPs and budget preparation for FY 2017. Objectives The 2016 ICTO Executive Summit aims to accomplish the following objectives: 1.
assess the achievements of the eight (8) programs of ICTO;
finalize the ICTO Operations Plan for 2016;
define strategies in improving the implementation of PAPs and alignment of resources;
develop an initial Transition Plan for the Programs and Projects of ICTO; and
identify the priority PAPs for the 2017 proposed budget.
Speakers Undersecretary Louis Napoleon C. Casambre Executive Director
With 36 years of experience in the field of Information and Communications Technology, Undersecretary Louis Napoleon C. Casambre, began his professional career in the Microelectronics Division of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI). He then went on to work with various companies in the private sector, his last stint being the Division Director of ROHM LSI Design Philippines, a wholly owned subsidiary of ROHM Semiconductor of Japan, one of the top semiconductor companies in the world. As the Executive Director of the ICTO, one of his goals is to use ICT as a catalyst in the socioeconomic development of the Filipinos. He graduated from the University of the Philippines-Diliman, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Assistant Secretary Nicolas D. Ojeda, Jr. Deputy Executive Director, Cybersecurity
A certified Chief Information Officer (CIO) by the US Department of Defense, ASec. Ojeda graduated from the Philippine Military Academy. Throughout his military career, he held various ICT-related position such as the Telecommunications Systems Engineer (Office of the Chief Communications-Electronics), Commander (Philippine Army Management Information Center), and Chief of Philippines Defense Reform Plans and Policy (Department of National Defense) among others. After his retirement from military service, he became the Assistant Vice President of
the Information Technology Department of the Armed Forces and Police Mutual Benefit Association. He is now the Deputy Executive Director for Cybersecurity, where he oversees ICT for Emergency and Disaster programs/ project. He earned a graduate degree in Information Management in the Asia Pacific College. Assistant Secretary Denis F. Villorente Deputy Executive Director, e-Government As the DED for e-Government, he is responsible for the development and implementation of the e-Government Master Plan of the country. He also served as the Officer-in-Charge of the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI)—a research and development agency focused on ICT and electronics research and development. He holds a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of the Philippines Diliman. His research interests are in the areas of ICT for development, networking, grid computing, and sensor networks. He is also the Philippine focal person in the ASEAN Sub-Committee on Microelectronics and IT (SCMIT), and in the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Program (FP7). Ms. Beatrice G. Quimson Deputy Executive Director, eSociety
Ms. Quimson started her IT career as a developer of home grown solutions specializing in Time and Attendance, Human Resource Management, Employee Self-Service, and Payroll. Known as one of the industry leaders for many years, she served as a board member of Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) from 2006-2013, where she headed the
Government Relations committee. A true advocate of technology for Education, she now handles the Tech4ED Project under the e-Filipino Development Program. She also served various government committees and councils such as the COMELEC Advisory Council and an executive member of the National ICT Advisory Council as a subject-matter expert.
Mr. Monchito B. Ibrahim Deputy Executive Director, eInnovation Considered as one of the pillars of the IT-BPM Industry, Mr. Ibrahim served as a Commissioner of the former Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT). During his stint in CICT, he piloted various IT-BPM programs such as the Next Wave Cities, and the Stepping-up the Value Chain Program, which are still major programs of the ICT Office. As the Deputy Executive Director for eInnovation, he advocates in honing young minds through the ICT-enabled Startup Program, and bringing employment opportunities in the countryside through the Rural Impact Sourcing Project. He started his career in the IT industry in 1975 as a Systems Trainee at NCR Philippines. In the course of his extensive involvement in the industry, he has worked for multinational companies like Fujitsu, WeServ, Siemens-Nixdorf, Comparex Germany and Unisys Australia in various executive positions. He earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry at the Far Eastern University and his graduate studies at the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business. He completed a Public Sector Executive Program on Innovative Government at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore.
Summit Program Day 1- 04 February 2016 Time
Arrival of Participants, Registration and Lunch
Welcome Remarks Speaker: Asec. Nicolas D. Ojeda Jr., DED for Operations
Creating the Workshop Environment
ICTO Progress Report •
Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Development 03:15-03:30 PM
ICTO Progress Report (Continuation) •
Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Development
Panel Discussion Moderator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Development
ICTO Executive Dinner
Day 2- 05 February 2016 Time
Keynote Speech: The State of ICTO Address (What did ICTO achieve for the past year in terms of the priority areas/ operations, GASS, and STO) Speaker: USec. Louis Napoleon C. Casambre, Executive Director
Plenary Session 1: Moving Towards a Digital Philippines Presenter: Mr. Monchito B. Ibrahim, DED for eInnovation
Plenary Session 2: ICT for eGovernance Presenter: ASec. Denis F. Villorente, DED for eGovernment
Plenary Session 3: Strengthening Filipinos through Stronger Connections Presenter: Ms. Beatrice G. Quimson, DED for eSociety
Plenary Session 4: Securing the Cyberspace Presenter: ASec. Nicolas D. Ojeda, Jr., DED for Cybersecurity
Plenary Session 5: ICT: Making the Philippines 99 percent Connected Speaker: USec. Louis Napoleon C. Casambre, ICTO Executive Director
World CafĂŠ Session
Day 3- 06 February 2016 Time
ICTO FY 2016 Operations Planning Workshop
ICTO FY 2016 Operations Planning Workshop (Continuation)
Discussions on: •
Performance Evaluation for Personnel
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for ICTO Programs and Projects
Day 4- 07 February 2016 Time
Batch 1 of Presentations Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Development
Question and Answer Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Devleopment
Batch 2 of Presentations Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning
Question and Answer Facilitator: Ms. Evelyn T. Mendoza, ICTO Consultant for Planning and Organizational Development
Statement of Commitment
Closing Remarks Speaker: ASec. Denis F. Villorente, DED for e-Government
Activities A. Progress Report The progress report is a summary of what the Office had accomplished for the past year. Through an Audio-Visual Presentation (AVP), the participants will have a quick journey of what has been accomplished in the following priority areas: •
Free Wi-Fi Internet Access for Public Places Project.
Accomplishments of GASS and STO programs such as Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring, Advocacy, Communications and Promotions, and the Status of Fund Utilization will be reported. B. Direction Setting The DEDs of the assigned priority area shall provide the necessary targets of the PAPs to be accomplished by the end of 2016. 1.
Moving Towards a Digital Philippines This talk shall tackle the targets of the Next Wave Cities Program, Stepping-up the Value Chain Program, and ICT-enabled Startup Development Program.
2. ICT for eGovernance This may include targets of the Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) Project, e-Government Harmonization and Development Program, and e-Civil Servants Program, among others. 3. Strengthening Filipinos through Stronger Connection This talk tackles the targets of the programs and projects of ICTO aimed in addressing the ICT skills development of Filipinos. 4. Securing the Cyberspace This talk shall discuss the targets of cybersecurity programs. 5. ICT: Making the Philippines 99 percent connected This shall discuss the targets of the Free Wi-Fi Internet Access in Public Places Project. C. World CafĂŠ Session This new method is considered an effective and flexible method to facilitate large group dialogues. Each Travel Group has a maximum of 30 minutes to interact with each Table Host. The Table Host together with their PMs shall interact with the Travelers for a total of 180 minutes.
World Café Session: Table Assignment Café Table
Mr. Monchito B. Ibrahim
• ICT Industry Development Group
Ms. Beatrice G. Quimson
ASec. Nicolas D. Ojeda, Jr.
ASec. Denis F. Villorente
• iGovPhil Project • ARGCP Project • ICT Infrastructure Initiatives • GIFMIS • MITHI
5- Free Wi-Fi Project
USec. Louis Napoleon C. Casambre
6- Internal Process
Mr. Jose A. Bagulaya
• Free Wi-Fi • Area Project Managers • Internal Systems Development • Procurement Management Office
D. ICTO FY 2016 Operations Planning Workshop The third day of the Summit is dedicated for the participants to finalize the operations plan for 2016. The desired output for the Workshop is to come up with an implementation plan of all programs and projects of the Office that shall be cascaded to the Clusters. Furthermore, the participants are also tasked to propose PAPs for prioritization FY 2017. E. Discussion on the Performance Evaluation, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of Programs and Projects, and Transition Plan The Human Resource Development Division shall discuss the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS). This is to reiterate the implementation of SPMS, especially in profiling the competency of its employees. On the other hand, the discussion on the M&E of the programs and projects of the Office will focus on the implementation of the Balanced Scorecard and Results-Based framework. Further, this part of the program shall also discuss the things to be done for the transition plan. This will be lead by the head of the Transition Plan team. F. Operations Plan Presentation and Commitment Signing Presentations of the output of the operations plan shall be conducted on the last day of the Summit. Afterwards, as a culminating activity, the participants shall be required to sign in the Summit Commitment Wall as a testament to the attainment of the Officeâ€™s targets for FY 2016.