DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE INFORMATION PROGRAM FOR BARANGAY ANDAL ALIÑO, TALAVERA, NOTICIA ECIJA
A Thesis Offered to
The Faculty Associates of
NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
City Government of Talavera
NEUST North Academic Extension Grounds
In Partially Fulfillment in the Course Requirements for IT of sixteen: Research one particular for Level of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
King Edward M. Dizon
Joyz Keith B. Ferrer
Ronny Meters. Julian
THE CONDITION AND ITS BACKDROP
Today, in the midst of the rising popularity of automation and advancement in technology, one of the most basic components of our authorities is regrettably left behind: the Barangay device. Every aspect of the Barangay's processes and companies are still performed manually: via filing and recording a complaint, checking out the records prior to releasing a barangay clearance, to filing records of incidents that happen inside the barangay.
In most barangays, records were kept in logbooks that could either damaged or lose your direction. Logbooks likewise make it difficult to search particular report or record. Skimming through a lot of logbooks for a certain survey can be tedious for it takes a lot of period. This will decelerate proceedings, inspections, and requests that need the availability of that data. It is also difficult to keep track of unnecessary record or maybe update the proceedings of the case. As well, logbooks may be easily removed from the office or perhaps rip away pages without anyone noticing this.
To further improve the performance of filing reports and complaints inside the barangay level, storing barangay information within a central data source will allow for convenient storing and updating of records. Collection of documents will also be faster with the records readily available in the server. Something else is that this will allow concerned gov departments to gather data for organizing and advancement hassle-free. Furthermore, automation minimizes the use of conventional paper. Andal Aliño is a barangay of the Municipality of Talavera in the region of Informacion Ecija. It belongs to the barangays of the Municipality of Talavera which write the center with the municipality. The first Barangay Captain with the place was Feliciano Grospe, though, while the population grew, a complete elementary school was established through the term of Barangay Chief Catalino Alfonso. Andal Aliño's current human population is 1000 five hundred ninety-six or, seven hundred eighty-two guys and ten hundred 14 females; 300 thirty- three hundred thirty- three household; and three hundred ninety-six families. Barangay Andal Aliño is currently headed by Captain Ceferino Alfonso, Jr. as well as the Councilors specifically Mr. Rodolfo Binuya, Mrs. Catalina Castro, Mr. Fernan Cruz, Mister. Benjie Probado, Mr. Isauro Ramos, Mister. Ruben Torre, Jr., and Mr. Generoso Divino. The barangay provides a total area area of about forty- seven hectares, that is certainly, about twenty-one hectares gardening land, roughly twenty-one hectares residential area, nearly 1 hectare commercial land, regarding five hectares creeks, and around 1 hectare institutional land. The current inhabitants is 1000 five hundred ninety six or perhaps seven hundred eighty- two men, eight 100 fourteen females, three hundred thirty-three households, and three hundred ninety-six families. It can be said that the economy of Andal Aliño include improved since the years pass by. There are already establishments like lending companies (e. g., Advance Credit Corp. ), gasoline channels, car accessories, and educational institutions (e. g., Mary's Little Angel Montessori School) built in the location but farming never sought out of the line of the barangay's economy although. Hence, to totally realize the barangay's reach of technical advancement, the researchers is going to hereby conduct an information system that will be useful not only to the barangay officials in upgrading the account of the occupants but also to...