Geo-tagging in KC-NCDDP is simply the method of capturing images and location information of the program’s subprojects on field. The program staff from the national, regional and municipal level have been practicing this data collection technique through a walk-over survey since 2012. The captured data are processed by using several google desktop applications such as Google Earth, Google Maps, Google Drive, and Picasa. Images of horizontal subprojects and tracks of vertical subprojects in JPEG and KML format are submitted to the NPMO through electronic mails. At the NPMO level, Google Earth is used to view the image and to check if the location of subproject images are correct based on its engineering description. The confirmation of approval and feed backing across the NPMO, RPMO, SRPMO and ACT/LGU staff are also carried out using electronic mails. However, the program’s expansion from 300 to 800 municipalities made the whole process of geo-tagging difficult to conduct, manage and monitor. As a result, a geo-tagging web application is developed to make the submission, checking, approval and publishing of geo-tagged output fast and convenient for the program staff at all levels.