Pasig launches land information management and automation
Pasig City Government launched its cutting-edge system, CLIMA (Citywide Land Information Management & Automation). Despite not receiving much attention, this new system is set to bring significant improvements to government services, streamlining processes, and ensuring a more effective and data-driven approach to policymaking.
CLIMA's implementation marks a significant milestone as the city migrates from traditional paper records to a modern digital platform. Already, hundreds of thousands of records have been digitized, setting the stage for a more organized and accessible information system.
The true power of CLIMA lies in its ability to connect various government offices seamlessly. Through this system, data from different departments can now interconnect, promoting a more holistic approach to city planning and development. From zoning regulations and permitting to road networks and public health, CLIMA ensures a comprehensive overview of the city's landscape.
The integration of data through this mapping system also enables Pasig's policymakers to be more objective and data-driven in their decision-making process. With accurate and real-time information at their fingertips, city officials can now develop policies and strategies that address the specific needs of the community, promoting more inclusive and sustainable development.
The timing of CLIMA's launch aligns perfectly with the ongoing celebration of #Pasig450, as the city continues to progress towards becoming a future-proof local government unit. By embracing technological advancements and investing in innovative solutions like CLIMA, Pasig City is taking significant strides in its journey towards becoming a modern and efficient metropolis.
As CLIMA revolutionizes Pasig's land information management and automation, the city is poised to experience remarkable enhancements in service delivery, governance, and urban planning. With this state-of-the-art system, Pasig City is setting an example for other local government units, demonstrating the importance of leveraging technology to create smarter and more responsive cities for its residents.
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