FOI: What PNoy failed to do in 6 years, Duterte accomplished in 148 days
"While the FOI Program enhances the public's right to government information, Open Data Philippines provides the central portal where requested and proactively disclosed data and information may be accessed," Andanar said.
The public will now have access to information they may need from 15 national government agencies as Malacañang launches the eFOI portal or the electronic site for freedom of information (FOI) today.
The portal, according to assistant secretary for policy and legislative affairs Kris Ablan, allows people to look into the transactions of the 15 agencies that are participating in the beta stage of eFOI.
President Duterte issued Executive Order 2 last July 23 as a means of maintaining transparency in his administration, although it was only limited to the executive branch pending the passage of a law.
Infographic courtesy of Lapu-Lapu Facebook page.
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