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GSIS and PhilHealth now accessible through eGov PH Super App

The mobile app allows users to check their membership and benefit records without queuing up.
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Members of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) can now check their membership and benefits records anytime and anywhere using the eGov PH Super App.

The eGov PH Super App is a mobile application that serves as a one-stop hub for various government services, from national to local. It was launched by the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) in celebration of National ICT Month.

The app aims to simplify and streamline transactions between the government and the citizens. It is available for free at the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

GSIS, Philhealth eGov PH Super App

To use the app, users need to download it on their devices, create an account using a registered mobile number, verify their account using their national ID number and facial recognition, and then access the services they need. More details about the app and how to create an account are available here.

The app also features a news section that provides updates on government initiatives and programs.

The GSIS and PhilHealth are the latest government agencies to be integrated with the eGov PH Super App. Other agencies that are expected to join the platform soon include the Social Security System (SSS), the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), and the Land Transportation Office (LTO).

The eGov PH Super App does not replace the existing online systems of government agencies but rather supplements them. Users can still transact with the agencies through their official websites or physical offices.

For more information about the eGov PH Super App, visit https://e.gov.ph/.

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