How to Avail GovDNS?

GovDNS application requirements:

1. Letter of Intent

For new applications, the requesting agency is required to submit through email, written in the agency’s letterhead, an official letter stating the intent of your agency to avail the Government DNS Hosting Service (GovDNS). The letter must also indicate the agency’s Authorized Technical Contact Personnel for the DNS Hosting and must be duly signed by any of the following: Agency Head, Chief Information Officer, or the Management Information System (MIS) Head.

The request letter should be addressed to:

IVAN JOHN E. UY
Secretary
Department of Information and Communications Technology

2. Accomplish the following forms:

2.1. DNS Hosting Service Application Form

2.2. .gov.ph Domain Modification Form – for agencies WITH existing .gov.ph domain

Note: Nameserver Information in the .gov.ph Domain Application Form/.gov.ph

Domain Modification Form should be:
*Primary Name Server: murphy.gov.ph
*Secondary Name Server: mike.gov.ph
*Other Name Server: elmo.gov.ph

2.3. .gov.ph Domain Application Form – for agencies WITHOUT existing .gov.ph domain

3. Let the forms be signed by the Agency Head or the MIS Head. For Local Government Units (LGU), forms should be primarily signed by the Municipal Mayor/Provincial Governor, if not accommodated the Municipal Administrator/Provincial Administrator, or MIS Head should sign.

4. Submit the scanned DNS Hosting Service Application Form and .gov.ph Domain Application/Modification Form (in PDF format) together with the Letter of Intent to dns@dict.gov.ph, then, indicate your agency name and the service/s you are availing in the email subject. An email notification will be sent to the authorized persons you indicated in your application forms.

5. For concerns, you can email dns@dict.gov.ph.

How to Update DNS records?

For organizations who have a registered .gov.ph domain name and have already availed of the GovDNS (GovDNS Hosted already), you can update your DNS records through the submission of a DNS Hosting Service Update Form.

1. Accomplish the DNS Hosting Service Update Form

1.1. Fill out the Agency Information.

1.2. Indicate your DNS entries

New Entry – To add a new DNS record
Update Entry – To update an existing DNS record
Delete Entry – To delete an existing DNS record

1.3. Let the first page of the DNS Hosting Service Update Form be signed by the MaincAuthorized Contact Person of your primary .gov.ph domain.- Main Authorized Contact Person indicated in your .gov.ph Domain Application Form or .gov.ph Domain Modification Form.

1.4. Certify that the Information provided is true and correct by ticking the box on the second page of the DNS Hosting Service Update Form.

1.5. Let the forms be signed by the Agency Head or the MIS Head. For Local Government Units, forms should be primarily signed by the Municipal Mayor/Provincial Governor, if not accommodated the Municipal Administrator/Provincial Administrator, or MIS Head should sign.

2. Submit the scanned DNS Hosting Service Update Form (in PDF format) to dns@dict.gov.ph, then, indicate your agency name and the service/s you are availing in the email subject. An email notification will be sent to the authorized persons you indicated in your application forms.

3. For concerns, you can email dns@dict.gov.ph.