During those times, de Castro recalled that she was the head of the Management Committee on Judicial Reforms Support Project (JRSP), which had three important projects, including the EISP
, in the pipeline, but was stopped by Sereno.
Under the EISP
, De Castro included the Judiciary case management system (JCMS) that would have racked the progress of a case from the lower court up to the time it was elevated to the appellate courts and the Supreme Court.
Projects on JRSPP and EISP
are all designed to enhance the efficiency of the judiciary, particularly on the expeditious resolution of cases from the trial courts to the SC
More than 800 DoD programs have used the EISP
to generate their ISPs.
He stated that the exit mechanisms included the Implementation of the MEM for South African National Defence Force (SANDF) members and the EISP
will incorporate EPCglobal Hong Kong's expertise in supply chain management with the technological innovations of the world's leading solution providers to deliver a comprehensive EPC/RFID enablement package.
The study found that about 40 percent of women who had experienced EIO and EISP
had done so on more than 10 occasions.
In 2013, the SC hired her to improve the implementation of the judiciary's Enterprise Information Systems Plan (EISP
) digitizing court documents and automating more than 2,700 courts nationwide.
Gadon also pointed out that the three respondents knew very well that the SC's Updated EISP
Plan where Macasaet was hired for would take five years to implement based on their Work Plan and, yet, the IT consultant's contracts were split into six.
But, Sereno's camp, in a statement, maintained there was nothing irregular with the consultancy services and said it was 'the Supreme Court, not the Chief Justice' who hired Macasaet to assess the implementation of its Enterprise Information Systems Plan (EISP
) and to implement the e-Courts and automated hearing projects for the entire judiciary.