DICT Unveils Its Official Logo

  The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is proud to present its Official Logo, which serves as the trademark symbol of the Department and signifies its visual identity. A call for the submission of proposed DICT logo designs was announced late last year to the public, after which entries were individually sorted and continue reading

Switching to Digital TV Makes a More Disaster-Ready Philippines

  On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda devastated the Philippines leaving more than 6,000 dead, 26,869 injured and more than thousands missing and infrastructures wiped out. A destructive 7.2 magnitude earthquake likewise hit Bohol, Visayas on October 15 of the same year that recorded 222 dead, 8 missing, and 976 people injured.[1] These are just continue reading

DICT trailblazing the ICT roadmap for the next six years

DICT trailblazing the ICT roadmap for the next six years   One can look back at the year 2016 as a significant milestone in Philippine ICT development, primarily with the creation of the Department of Information and Communications Technology. With the country jumping 24 notches higher to 71st place in the last year’s United Nations continue reading