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GSIS Chief Macasaet inaugurates GWAPS Kiosk in Ayala, Zambo City
Date Posted: March 5, 2020

APGM Rolando Ledesma Macasaet greets Bgy Captain Adan Olaso prior to the installation of a GWAPS (GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System) kiosk in Ayala Barangay Hall, Zamboanga. The kiosk will serve more than 2,500 members and pensioners in the area.

Zamboanga City. GSIS Acting President and General Manager Rolando Ledesma Macasaet inaugurated a new GWAPS machine today in Barangay Ayala, Zamboanga City, which will serve more than 2,500 members and pensioners based in the area.

“This GWAPS kiosk is a big help to our old-age pensioners and members residing in Ayala, because they no longer have to spend time and money to go to our GSIS Branch Office in Baliwasan,” Macasaet said during simple inauguration rites held at the barangay hall of Ayala.

“Dito na po mismo sa lugar nila sa Ayala, puwede na silang mag-apply ng loan sa GSIS – sa pamamagitan ng GWAPS machine na ito,” Macasaet added.

With the installation of the new machine in Ayala, GSIS now has eight (8) GWAPS Kiosks operating in various barangays of the city such as Vitali, Curuan, Sangali, and KCC Mall.

To date, GSIS has 905 GWAPS machines deployed in shopping malls and government offices nationwide.

GWAPS, which stands for GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System, is an ATM-like machine which allows pensioners and government employees to access their membership records and loan data from the state pension fund Government Service Insurance System (GSIS).

Pensioners can also renew their active status online via the GWAPS kiosk.

Aside from saving members’s time and money for travel, the GWAPS machine also encourages “paperless transaction” since GSIS pensioners and members can now transact and submit their loan applications to GSIS electronically via the internet.