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National Budget Circular 542

National Budget Circular 542, issued by the Department of Budget and Management on August 29, 2012, reiterates compliance with Section 93 of the General Appropriations Act of FY2012. Section 93 is the Transparency Seal provision, to wit:

Sec. 93. Transparency Seal. To enhance transparency and enforce accountability, all national government agencies shall maintain a transparency seal on their official websites. The transparency seal shall contain the following information: (i) the agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information; (ii) annual reports, as required under National Budget Circular Nos. 507 and 507-A dated January 31, 2007 and June 12, 2007, respectively, for the last three (3) years; (iii) their respective approved budgets and corresponding targets immediately upon approval of this Act; (iv) major programs and projects categorized in accordance with the five key results areas under E.O. No. 43, s. 2011; (v) the program/projects beneficiaries as identified in the applicable special provisions; (vi) status of implementation and program/project evaluation and/or assessment reports; and (vii) annual procurement plan, contracts awarded and the name of contractors/suppliers/consultants.

The respective heads of the agencies shall be responsible for ensuring compliance with this section.

A Transparency Seal, prominently displayed on the main page of the website of a particular government agency, is a certificate that it has complied with the requirements of Section 93. This Seal links to a page within the agency’s website which contains an index of downloadable items of each of the above-mentioned documents.

Symbolism

A pearl buried inside a tightly-shut shell is practically worthless. Government information is a pearl, meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.

The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in access to government information. On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.

This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right direction towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient – a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.

 

 

  1. Agency Mandate and Functions, Vision, Mission, List of Officials

                       Mandate and Functions

                       Manangement Committee

                       Mission and Vision & Quality Policy & Objectives

 

II. Annual Financial Report

        SAAOBDB (Statement of the Appropriations, Allotment, Obligations, Disbursement and Balances):

                 SAOB FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

                     SAOB FY 2021 (As of March 31) | SAOB FY 2021 (As of June 31) | SAOB FY 2021 (As of Sept. 30)

                     SAOB FY 2020 (Q1)  |  SAOB FY 2020 (Q2) | SAOB FY 2020 (Q3) | SAOB FY 2020 (As of Dec.31,2020)

                     SAOB FY 2018 | SAOB FY 2018 4TH (Q1) | SAOB FY 2018 4TH (Q2) | SAOB FY 2018 4TH (Q3)

                     SAOB FY 2017

                     SAOB FY 2016 as of September, Quarterly Ending Dec.

                     SAOB FY 2015

                     SAOB FY 2014

                     SAOB FY 2013

       FAR NO. 1 (Statement of the Appropriations, Allotment, Obligations, Disbursement and Balances):

                     FY 2018

                       FAR1 FY 2018 | FAR-1A FY 2018 | FAR-1B FY 2018 | FAR1 2018 (Q4) | FAR-1A 2018 (Q4) | 

                       FAR-1B 2018 (Q4) 

                     FY 2019

                       FAR-1B FY 2019 (Q2) | FAR-1A FY 2019 (Q2) | FAR-1B FY 2019 (Q2) | FAR1 FY 2019 (Q4) |

                       FAR-1A FY 2019 (Q4) | FAR-1B FY 2019 (Q4)

                     FY 2020

                       FAR-1 FY 2020 (Q1) | FAR-1A FY 2020 (Q1) | FAR-1B FY 2020 (Q1)

                       FAR-1 FY 2020 (Q2) | FAR-1A FY 2020 (Q2) | FAR-1B FY 2020 (Q2) 

                       FAR-1 FY 2020 (Q3) | FAR-1A FY 2020 (Q3) | FAR-1B FY 2020 (Q3)

                       FAR-1 FY 2020 (Q4) | FAR-1A FY 2020 (Q4) | FAR-1B FY 2020 (Q4) | FAR-1C FY 2020 (Q4)

                     FY 2021

                       FAR-1 FY 2021 (Q1) | FAR-1A FY 2021 (Q1) | FAR-1B FY 2021 (Q1) | FAR-1C FY 2021 (Q1)

                   FAR-1 FY 2021 (Q2) | FAR-1A FY 2021 (Q2) | FAR-1B FY 2021 (Q2) | FAR-1C FY 2021 (Q2)

                   FAR -1 FY 2021 (Q3) | FAR-1A FY 2021 (Q3) | FAR-1B FY 2021 (Q3) | FAR-1C FY 2021 (Q3)

                   FAR-1 FY 2021 (Q4) | FAR-1A FY 2021 (Q4) | FAR-1B FY 2021 (Q4) | FAR-1C FY 2021 (Q4)

 

                  FAR NO. 4 (Summary Report of Disbursement):

                     FY 2018

                       FAR-4 FY 2018 | FAR-4 FY 2018 (Q4)

                     FY 2019

                       FAR4 FY 2019 (Q4)

                     FY 2020

                       FAR-4 FY 2020 (Q1) | FAR-4 FY 2020 (Q2) | FAR-4 FY 2020 (Q3) | FAR-4 FY 2020 (As of Dec.31,2020)

                     FY 2021

                       FAR-4 FY 2021 (As of March 31, 2021) | FAR-4 FY 2021 (Q2)

                   FAR-4 FY 2021 (Q3)

                   FAR-4 FY 2021 (Q4)

 

                  BAR No1. (Quarterly Physical Report of Operations/Physical Plan):

                     FY 2018

                       BAR1 FY 2018 | BAR1 FY 2018 (Q4)

                     FY 2019

                       BAR1 FY 2019 (Q1) | BAR1 FY 2019 (Q2) | BAR1 FY 2019 (Q4)

                     FY 2020

                       BAR-1 FY 2020 (Q1) | BAR1 FY 2020 (Q2) | BAR-1 FY 2020 (Q3)

                     FY 2021

                       BAR-1 FY 2021 (As of March 31, 2021) | BAR-1 FY 2021 (Q2)

                       BAR-1 FY 2021 (As of Sept. 30) | BAR-1 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

                  FAR No. 5 (Quarterly Report on Revenue and Other Receipts):

                     FY 2018

                       FAR-5 FY 2018 | FAR-5 FY 2018 (Q4) 

                     FY 2019

                       FAR5 FY 2019 (Q4)

                     FY 2020

                       FAR-5 FY 2020 (Q1) | FAR-5 FY 2020 (Q2) | FAR-5 FY 2020 (Q3) | FAR-5 FY 2020 (As of Dec.31,2020)

                     FY 2021

                       FAR-5 FY 2021 (As of March 31, 2021) | FAR-5 FY 2021 (Q2)

                       FAR-5 FY 2021 (As of Sept. 30)

                  Financial Plan

                     FY 2018

                       Physical Plan 2018 | Monthly Disbursement Program 2018

                  Financial Statement:

                      FY 2019 (Q4)

                      FY 2020 (Q1) | FY 2020 (Q2) | FY 2020 (Q3) | FY 2020 (As of Dec.31,2020)

                      FY 2021 (As of March 31, 2021) | FY 2021 (Q2)

                  FY 2021 (As of Sept. 30) | FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

III. DBM Approved Budgets and Corresponding Targets

                      FY 2018 Budget | FY 2018 GAA

 

IV. Major Projects Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries and Status of Implementation

                   Medical Assistance Program (MAP) 2018 Beneficiaries:

                      JAN  |  FEB  |   MAR  |   APR  |   MAY  |  JUN  |   JUL  |   AUG  |   SEP-A   SEP-B  |   

                      OCT-A   OCT-B  OCT-C  

                   Major Projects:

                      2014-2017 HFEP

                      HFEP as of September 2018 

                    Infrastractures Projects (GEO-TAGGED PHOTOS):

                      Acute Stroke Unit  |  APU Building  |  Cancer Center  |  Dormitory  |  OB Surgical Ward
                   

V. Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicator / Annual Procurement Plan

                  Annual Procurement Plan Non-CSE Indicative:

                     FY 2022(Indicative)

                     FY 2021(Indicative) | APP FY 2021 (Revised)APP FY 2020 (Revised) | FY 2020 |  FY 2019 (Revised)

                        | FY 2019 | FY 2019(Indicative) FY 2018 | FY 2017 FY 2016 | FY 2015 | FY 2015(Revised)

                        | FY 2014 | FY 2013 | FY 2012 

                        | APP Non-CSE C(Indicative)  |  APP Non-CSE D(Indicative)

                 APP 2020 Suplemental - Emergency COVID-19

                   FY 2022 APP for Common - Supplies and Equipment (FY 2022 APP-CSE)

                   FY 2021 APP for Common - Supplies and Equipment (FY 2021 APP-CSE)

                       FY 2020 APP for Common -Supplies and Equipment (FY 2020 APP-CSE) 

                       FY 2019 APP for Common-Supplies and Equipment (FY 2019 APP-CSE)

                     Government Procurement Policy Board

                       FY 2017 APCPI  |  FY 2018 APCPI  |  FY 2019 APCPI  |  FY 2020 APCPI | FY 2021 APCPI

                  Quarterly Procurement Status Report:

                       FY 2021:  1st Qtr | 2nd Qtr | 3rd Qtr

                   FY 2020:  1st Qtr | 2nd Qtr | 3rd Qtr | 4th Qtr

                   FY 2019:  1st Qtr | 2nd Qtr | 3rd Qtr | 4th Qtr

                       FY 2018:  1st Qtr | 2nd Qtr | 3rd Qtr | 4th Qtr

                   Procurement Monitoring Report:

                        1st Semester 2021:

                         Public Bidding Agency to Agency 

                         | Two Failed Bidding | Emergency Cases

                         | Small Value Procurement Above 50K | Small Value Procurement Below 50K 

 

                     1st Semester 2020:

                         Public Bidding Agency to Agency 

                         | Two Failed Bidding | Emergency Cases

                         | Small Value Procurement Above 50K | Small Value Procurement Below 50K 

 

                         2nd Semester 2020:

                         Public Bidding | Agency to Agency 

                         | Repeat Order | Two Failed Bidding 

                         | Small Value Procurement Above 50K | Small Value Procurement Below 50K 

 

                     1st Semester 2019:

                         | Public Bidding |  Agency to Agency 

                         | Small Value Procurement (Shopping)

                         | Small Value Procurement Above 50K | Small Value Procurement Below 50K 

 

                     2nd Semester 2019:

                         Public Bidding

                         | Repeat Order | Two Failed Bidding

                         | Small Value Procurement Above 50k

                         | Small Value Pocurement Below 50K 

                PhilGEPS Posting:

                           FY 2020FY 2019 | FY 2018 

 VI. Quality Management System Certification

                     ISO 9001:2015 Certification

VII. Agenc'y System of Ranking Delivery Unit

                  FY 2020

                      FY 2018 as of June

VIII. Agency Review and Compliance Procedure of Statements and Financial Disclosure

                  SALN Review and Compliance Commitee

                      Agency Review and Compliance Procedure for Submission of SALN

IX. Freedom of Information (FOI) Manual

                     DOH Freedom of Information Manual

                     DOH People's Manual

                  R1MC People's FOI Manual

                     R1MC 2020 FOI Reports

                  R1MC 2021 FOI Reports

                     Modified One-Page FOI Manual

                    2021 DOH FOI Certificate of Compliance                     



FAR no. 2 (Statement of Approved Budget, Utilization,Disbursement and Balances)

           FAR-2 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31) | FAR-2A FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

 

FAR no. 3 (Aging of Unpaid Obligation)

           FAR-3 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

 

FAR no. 6 (Statement of Approved Budget, Utilization, Disbursement and Balances)

            FAR-6 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

 

BAR no. 2 (Quarterly Report of Operations)

            BAR-2 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

 

BAR no. 4 (Quarterly Report of Operations)

            BAR-4 FY 2021 (As of Dec. 31)

Utilization of Income CY 2021

           First Quarter 2021

             Second Quarter 2021

             Third Quarter 2021

             Fourth Quarter 2021