Makati’s 5 New Projects in Partnership with Private Sectors









Atty. Claro Certeza, Vice Mayor Monique Yazmin Lagdameo, Mayor Abigail Binay, Anthony Christian Angeles

FIBER OPTIC LOOP CONNECTING MAKATI CITY EGOVERNMENT

This project is known as the Makati City Public Wi-Fi System based on a Fiber Optic Cable Infrastructure to deliver Managed Internet Services to the constituents in Makati City (hereinafter, the “Project”). The Project is in line with Makati City Government’s plan to convert Makati City into a “Smart City” by establishing the Makati City Public Wi-Fi System utilizing fiber optic cable infrastructure to deliver managed internet services to the constituents in Makati City. The objectives of the Project are (i) to accelerate the Makati City Government’s efforts in enhancing internet accessibility for its constituents  to boost their economic, social and educational opportunities; and (ii) to enhance the delivery of its frontline services and transactions, improve internal and government processes to ensure greater transparency, efficiency and effectiveness in its operations, and allow easier and wider public access to government information and services. Under the Project, the private proponent, shall, among others, (a) complete/install the fiber optic cable in and around Makati City (the “Makati Fiber Optic Cable’) which includes the Fiber Loop Around Makati EGovernment) (the “FLAME”) and provide/install the access points, access controllers and routers in accordance with the draft contract that would provide connectivity among the different offices and agencies of Makati City including commercial/residential establishments, as well as provide fiber optic connectivity to sites requiring CCTV camera installations within Makati City; and (b) provide the internet bandwidth that will be required in connection with the MyMakati Wi-Fi service which shall offer the general public and transients in Makati City free 20 minute internet connection per day; 40 minutes per day of free internet connection for duly registered Makati residents; and 60 minutes free internet connection per day for students enrolled in the Makati City public school system to the specifications acceptable to the Makati City Government.






Atty. Claro Cerveza, Vice Mayor Monique Yazmin Lagdameo, Mayor Abigail Binay, Albert Raymundo Tinio, Paolo Saycon

MAKATIZEN UNIVERSAL CARD SYSTEM

This project is known as the Makatizen Universal Card System to be distributed to the constituents of Makati City (hereinafter, the “Project”), at no cost to the Makati City Government. This Project is in line with the Makati City Government's aims to continuously find ways to strengthen and expand the financial ecosystem between Makati City, its constituency (i.e., its residents, employees, beneficiaries and transients working in Makati City) and the business community through the use of the latest technology. The objectives of the Project are to issue a universal card that would be (i) used as the official Makati City Government identification cards of its employees, residents, beneficiaries and constituents (the “Makatizen Cardholders”); (ii) process the transactions of Makatizen Cardholders involving products and services of the Original Proponent using its existing electronic loading and bill payments infrastructure/facility; (iii) create a loyalty points system for the Makatizen Cardholders (“Makatizen Points”) that can be used in accredited establishments and other service providers within Makati City; and (iv) used as an ATM card. Under the Project, the private proponent shall provide GCash cards to employees, residents, beneficiaries, and constituents that will double as Makati City government identification cards at no cost to the government. The private proponent will also provide the required platform and system that will process the transactions of Makatizen cardholders involving products and services of participating merchants. A”loyalty points’ system will also be implemented.







Atty. Claro Certeza, Vice Mayor Monique Lagdameo, Mayor Abigail Binay, Martin Leveza, Carina Avigail Consolacion

MOBILE SIGNAL BOOSTERS TO STRENGTHEN CELLULAR AND INTERNET CONNECTIVITY

This project is known as the project to make use of Makati City-owned lamp posts and structures for installing and maintaining telecommunications equipment and public information structures that would provide better cellular phone service and public information messages to residents and transients of Makati City (hereinafter, the “Project”), at no cost to the Makati City Government.  The objectives of the Project are to (i) provide better cellular phone service and internet connectivity to residents and transients of Makati City; and (ii) to better disseminate public information messages to residents and transients of Makati City. Under the Project, the private proponent shall procure, install, and operate the necessary telecommunication equipment and materials that would provide better cellular phone service and internet connectivity, as well as disseminate public information and messages.







Atty. Claro Certeza, Vice Mayor Monique Yazmin Lagdameo, Mayor Abby Binay, Ricardo Quintana Jr.

CITY-WIDE TOWING, IMPOUNDING AND CLAMPING THAT WILL ALLOW ONLINE PAYMENT

This project shall be known as the project for towing, impounding and/or clamping of illegally parked vehicles, stalled vehicles and those involved in vehicular accidents within Makati City including the Makati Central Business District (hereinafter, the “Project”), at no cost to the Makati City Government. This Project is geared towards maintaining Makati City as the premier business district and financial capital of the Philippines by easing the daily heavy traffic caused by, among others, illegally parked vehicles, stalled vehicles and those involved in vehicular accidents. The objectives of this Project is to ease the daily traffic in Makati City including the Makati Central Business District by clearing the roads of illegally parked vehicles, stalled vehicles and those involved in vehicular accidents by towing, impounding and/or clamping them. In line with the plan to make Makati City a “Smart City”, vehicle owners and/or drivers will soon be able to pay the fines and/or fees using online payment. The private proponent shall provide all the towing vehicles and accessories, clamping materials, impounding area and manpower to accomplish the above-mentioned objectives.





Atty. Claro Certeza, Vice Mayor Monique Lagdameo, Mayor Abby Binay, Lemuel Quimpo

JOLLIJEEPOF METROSTORES, INC.

Due to the proliferation of mobile canteens or “Jollijeeps” in Makati Central Business District (CBD) and the ambulant vendors on the sidewalks of Makati City that have become serious health and safety concerns to the City and the general public for being unregulated, and in most cases, unsanitary, there is a need to regulate the operation of these street and sidewalk food vendors in Makati City. This will be achieved by Makati City through the appointment of a contractor that will manage and monitor these vendors in the city (the “Project”). This Project will support the City’s livelihood program by providing adequate number of food stalls and the management and monitoring of the operation of existing food stalls and the management and monitoring of the operation of the existing food stall vendors, while at the same time meeting the objectives and requirements of City Ordinance 2002-007 with respect to sanitation, safety and functionality of the food stalls. In line with the City’s plan to be a “Smart City’, the Jollijeeps will soon allow e-payment using the Makatizen card.



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