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To All Business Name (BN) Applicants:

Please be advised that DTI is temporarily suspending the public access to the online processing of Business Name Registration applications until further notice.

This is due to the on-going systems upgrade and maintenance activities as the Department transitions into the enhanced Business Name Registration System Next Gen (BNRS Next Gen) from its legacy system pursuant to Department Administrative Order (DAO) No. 18-07.

As part of business continuity on BN Registration, you may proceed to the nearest DTI Office and submit your application form together with the requirements as prescribed in the DAO 18-07.

Thank you for your usual support and understanding.

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ARTA SETS ITS SIGHTS ON STREAMLINING GOVERNMENT PROCESS ON STARTING A BUSINESS: END-TO-END REGISTRATION AND UNIFIED FORM UNDERWAY

The Department of Trade and Industry, as the temporary secretariat of Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) is now focusing on streamlining government procedures for business registration by developing an end-to-end business registration and unified application form, heeding the President’s directive to implement Republic Act 11032, also known as the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018.

The President, during his SONA directed all local government units and national government agencies to faithfully implement this law and simplify government process. “I particularly call the attention of the agencies with the [most] number of red tape-related reports from the public, make your services truly customer-friendly. Our people deserve efficient, effective, and responsive government services. They deserve nothing less,” said the President

DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez, who concurrently chairs the Ease of Doing Business and Anti-Red Tape Advisory Council (EODB-ARTAC) pointed to burdensome business registration process, which is a subject of frequent complaints by the public. “It takes 16 steps and 28 days to start a business in the country, compared to three steps and 2.5 days in Singapore according to the World Bank Doing Business Report. In Singapore, because of online procedure, an applicant will be able to register, do a company search, incorporate and register with the inland revenue authority, in less than one day. We need to improve and be the number one," the DTI Secretary said.

According to Secretary Lopez, this is the reason Anti Red Tape Authority (ARTA) is now implementing Project One: One Form, One Number, One Portal.> This aims to develop innovative systems that will drastically streamline business registration process and will provide a pleasant business customer experience that is easy, not confusing nor cumbersome. Project One promotes bureaucratic singularity through whole of government approach and addresses governance concern on data sharing, data accuracy, access to data, and privacy issues.

Secretary Lopez also mentioned that one of the three outputs of Project One is an application for an end-to-end business registration that allows business owners to complete their registration using a unified form using mobile application.
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 (Source: DTI Website)

 Date Posted: July 27, 2018

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PH GEARS UP AS RECOGNIZED PARTNER IN MRO, AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING IN ASPAC REGION, HOLDS AEROMART SUMMIT IN CLARK TO SHOWCASE IMMENSE CAPABILITIES OF INDUSTRY

The Philippines is gearing up to be recognized partner in aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) and aerospace manufacturing in the Asia Pacific region as the country is holds the Aeromart Summit in Clark Field, Pampanga from June 4 to 6, 2018, showcasing the immense capabilities of the local aerospace industry.

“A lot of Philippine industries are well-known globally, such our strong information technology-business process management (IT-BPM), electronics and creative industries. However, regrettably, the Philippine aerospace industry is not one of those we are known for. It is not because we are not good at it, but simply because most have not even heard that we have an aerospace industry. This has to change from here,” said Trade Undersecretary for Industry Development and Board of Investments (BOI) Managing Head Ceferino Rodolfo during his keynote message at the opening of the Aeromart Summit Plenary Conference on June 4.

The event, he said, creates greater awareness on the country’s capabilities as a reputable supplier of the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers like Airbus and Boeing with aerospace parts ranging from flight control actuation systems to galleys and interior fit-outs.
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 (Source: DTI Website)

 Date Posted: June 06, 2018

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