The following are the projects to enhance DOE's information system:

1) Development of Energy On-line Service Management System (DOE-OSMS)-Phase 2

The Development of the DOE OSMS project intends to establish an internet-based service and document management system which shall serve as a single point of access to information resources. It is an information system that would provide and enable DOE's various stakeholders to access, search, store, track, retrieve, and dispose documents. Also, the project aims to promote transparency by providing DOE's various stakeholders, a facility for faster, easier, and client-friendly method of transacting DOE's online services. 

STATUS                       Ongoing
TARGET BENEFICIARY:  DOE and its stakeholders/clients

2) Development of the DOE Online System Energy Collaboration and Cooperation (OSECC)

The project intends to provide better services to clients, particularly at indentifying the processes, data and people involved that will determine the functionalities the systems. It also aims to identify issues and concerns, and how these systems might offer a better streamlined DOE processes and provide efficient delivery of information, products and services among the group and clients. Included in this component are the creation of ER-1-94 Financial Management Information System (FMIS), the Energy Data Center Management System (EDCMS), the Oil Products Web-based Information System (OPWIS) and the Energy Efficiency Information System (EEIS).

STATUS                       Ongoing
TARGET BENEFICIARY:  DOE and its stakeholders/clients

3) Development of Energy Critical Installation Information System (CEIIS) and Establishment of Off-site Disaster Recovery System (Phase 2)

The Development of the DOE Critical Energy Installation Information System (DOE CEIIS) aims to establish a web-based and automated information management system relative to Philippines' existing and potential critical energy installations and the corresponding profiles and resources. The system will enable the Department of Energy (DOE)'s various stakeholders to search, access, and make use of this information in lieu of their research and development (R&D) requirements. Moreover, the project aims to promote transparency by providing a single point of access to facilitate easy, fast and friendly method of transacting online services in relation to critical energy installations. 

STATUS                       Ongoing 
TARGET BENEFICIARY:  DOE and its stakeholders/clients



About Us

Over the years, the emergence of information and communications technology has greatly affected the lives of people in the world crossing borders among countries and bringing access closer to one another. In the same token, the birth of Microelectronics has resulted to progress in the development of smaller, lighter and more efficient electronic devices.

This development has a striking resemblance to the birth of one of the research and development institutes of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) – the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI). It was in 1987 when President Corazon C. Aquino renamed the then National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) to Department of Science and Technology (DOST). As an offshoot of such sequential events, the DOST-ASTI was created as a research and development institute of the Department by virtue of Executive Order No. 128.

Address: DOST- ASTI Building, U.P. Technology Park Complex, Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Philippines
Contact Number: 927 2541