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COA questions LTO for ‘undue cost’ of IT contractor

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MANILA, Philippines — The Fee on Audit (COA) has flagged the Land Transportation Workplace (LTO) for the “undue cost” given to its overseas data expertise (IT) contractor, Dermalog, regardless of the unfinished turnover of deliverables for the P3.19-billion Highway IT Infrastructure mission.

In its 2021 Consolidated Annual Audit Report (CAAR) for the Division of Transportation (DOTr), the COA mentioned that LTO’s “acceptance of personalized core functions with lacking processes had induced undue cost to the seller, which is disadvantageous to the federal government.”

These core functions embrace the Driver’s Licensing System (DLS) and the Motor Automobile Inspection and Regis…

Carry on studying: COA questions LTO for ‘undue cost’ of IT contractor

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