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Development of a Framework on Statistics and Indicators on ICT and Electronic Commerce in the Philippine Statistical System by Francisco K. Mallion. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION:. I. Introduction II. State of statistics on ICT and e-Commerce A. Initiatives and Current Development

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Development of a Framework on Statistics and Indicators on ICT and Electronic Commerce in the Philippine Statistical System

by

Francisco K. Mallion

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OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION:

  • I. Introduction
  • II. State of statistics on ICT and e-Commerce
  • A. Initiatives and Current Development
        • Task force on e-Commerce
        • Statistical Surveys
  • B. Issues
  •  III. Future Direction
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INTRODUCTION

  • 1. The Philippine Statistical System
  • - a decentralized statistical system
  • - characterized by the presence of:
      • policy making and coordinating body
      • general purpose statistical agency 
      • statistical research and training

center 

      • several major data producers 
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INTRODUCTION

  • The National Statistical Coordination
  • Board (NSCB)
  •   - the highest policy making and
  • coordinating body on
  • statistical matters
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INTRODUCTION

  • Functions of the NSCB:

-promote and maintain an efficient statistical system

  •   - formulate policies on government statistical
  • operations
  •    - allocate statistical responsibilities among
  • government agencies
  •   - develop and prescribe appropriate framework for
  • coordination
  •    - prescribe uniform statistical standards
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INTRODUCTION

  • 3. Republic Act No. 8792 enacted
  • in June 2002
    • better known as the Electronic Commerce Act of 2002
    •  tasked the Department of Trade to direct and supervise electronic commerce
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State of statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

1. Creation of a Task Force on e-Commerce

-Functions:

(a)formulate the definition of e-commerce

(b)  identify concerns of the policy makers

(c)   conduct consultations with government and

private sectors

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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • Task Force on E-Commerce
  • - Composition
  • Chair: Department of Industry
  • Vice-Chair: National Statistical Coordination Board
  • Members:
  • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  • Commission on Audit
  • Department of Budget and Management
  • Department of Labor and Employment
  • Department of Science and Technology
  • Department of Transportation and
  • Communications
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

Composition of the Task Force(Cont’d)

Members: National Computer Center

National Economic and Development

Authority

National Statistics office

Statistical Research and Training Center

Private sector

Secretariat: NSCB Technical Staff

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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

2.Definition of electronic commerce

proposed by the Task Force

Any transaction conducted through electronic, optical and similar medium, mode, instrumentality and technology. It includes electronic data message and electronic document used in commercial and non-commercial activities. The transactions further include fax transmissions, retail point of sale systems and bar coding, business e-mail and text messaging, electronic data interchange and electronic fund transfer and all other activities that are conducted through open and closed networks.

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State of Statistics on ICT and E-Commerce

On the definition of e-Commerce:

Reference was made to documents from international and organizations of foreign countries, e.g. OECD, WTO, UNCTAD, Statistics Canada, U.S. Bureau of the Census

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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • 3. Draft e-Commerce Statistical Framework
      • prepared by the Secretariat of the Task Force
  • 4. Identified 88 statistical indicators
      • 49 from the Information Age Partnership’s model, Great Britain National Statistics benchmarking task group
      • 39 identified by the Secretariat in consultation with the Philippine Internet Commerce Society
  • Some further work to be done:
      • Present the work to the Task Force
      • Elevate to the NSCB Executive Board for approval
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • 5. Statistical Surveys of ICT
    • Statistical Survey Review and Clearance System
  • - implemented by the NSCB Technical Staff with
  • assistance from the Technical Committee on Survey
  • Design
  • - in 2002, granted clearance to two ICT surveys:
  • (a) 2002 Survey on Information and Communication
  • Technology of Philippine Business and Industry,
  • National Statistics Office
  • (b) 2002 Information and Communications Technology
  • Survey in Government, National Computer Center
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • NSO Survey on ICT
  •   - a rider to the Annual Survey of Philippine Business and
  • Industry
  • - conducted for the first time in July 2002; 2001, reference
  • year
  • - in collaboration with the Information and Technology and
  • E- Commerce Council, Office of the President
  • - an inter-agency technical working group
  • (1) developed the survey instrument 

(2) defined data items for collection, ICT terms used and

  • the scope and coverage adopted 
  • (3) reviewed the proposed questionnaire
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

Composition of the Technical Working Group

Chair: Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics

Members:

National Statistics Office

National Economic and Development Authority

Department of Trade and Industry

Department of Science and Technology

Commission on Higher Education

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

National Statistical Coordination Board

Information Technology Foundation of the Philippines

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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • Objective of the NSO ICT Survey
    • to generate benchmark information on the

availability,distribution and utilization of ICT

among businesses and industries

  • Data generated:
    • economic activity
    • ICT resources
    • network channels
    • capital expenditures on ICT resources
    • use of ICT resources
    • employment and compensation on ICT
    • sales, revenue and purchases
    • barriers to adoption of ICT
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • Coverage of the NSO ICT Survey:
    • all industries, both ICT and non-ICT,

based on the amended 1994 Philippine

Standard Industrial Classification

  • Sampling Frame :List of Establishments
  • Sampling design:Stratified simple random
  • sampling
  • Sample size:About 8,000 establishments out of
  • 33,069 establishments
  • Overall response rate:90 %
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  • Barriers to ICT Usage
    • lack of funds and equipment
    • low priority/lack of appreciation by management
    • lack of technical expertise and information
    • lack of telecommunication facilities
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • The NCC ICT Survey
    • National Computer Center (NCC):
  • - the policy body of government on computerization
    • ICT Survey in Government, July 2002
  • - Objective:
  • To determine the state of government
  • computerization for ICT planning, policy
  • formulation and decision-making in
  • Government
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  • The NCC ICT Survey
  • Specific objectives:
        • to support NCC’s data requirements
        • to monitor ICT adoption in government
        • to maintain a data bank on ICT
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  • The NCC ICT Survey
  • Data Items gathered:
      • networking/e-Commerce
      • hardware/computer equipment
      • software and application systems
      • ICT manpower
      • ICT budget and expenditures
      • ICT projects undertaken
      • ICT policies and practices
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State of Statistics on ICT and e-Commerce

  • The NCC ICT Survey
  • Indicators to be generated:
      • level of interconnection
      • PC penetration
      • Percentage/ratio of PC to ICT personnel
      • Software installed
      • ICT manpower
      • ICT budget allocation and expenditure
      • ICT policies and practices
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ISSUES and FUTURE DIRECTION

  • Major Issues
  •   - need to come up with a framework on ICT/
  • e-Commerce
  • - availability of resources
  • Future Direction
  •   - finalization of the Framework and Indicators
  • - pursue cooperation with the private sector
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