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Philippines orders government agencies online

A new Philippine law mandates a two-year deadline for government agencies to begin providing services and doing official business online. The Department of Agriculture has a head start, with a launch this fall of a marketplace where farmers can post their products before harvesting and immediately find buyers online.
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A new Philippine law mandates a two-year deadline for government agencies to begin providing services and doing official business online. The Department of Agriculture has a head start, with a launch this fall of a marketplace where farmers can post their products before harvesting and immediately find buyers online. And the Bureau of Customs, which has been dragging its feet on computerization, can no longer avoid the digital age. Full story. -- ZDNet Asia

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