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RA 10633, Sec. 91. Official Website and Transparency Seal. To enhance transparency and enforce accountability, all agencies of government, including Constitutional Offices enjoying fiscal autonomy, SUCs, GOCCs and LGUs shall maintain an official website where its transparency seal shall be posted and which 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) physical accountability reports, as required under NBC Nos. 507 and 507-A dated January 31, 2007 and June 12, 2007, respectively, financial accountability reports, as required under COA and DBM JC No. 2013-1 dated March 15, 2013 and such guidelines as may be issued by the DBM; (iii) approved budgets and corresponding targets immediately upon approval of this Act; (iv) major programs and projects categorized in accordance with the five key result areas under EO No. 43, s. 2011; (v) the program/ project beneficiaries as identified in the applicable special provisions; (vi) the status of implementation of said program/ projects and project evaluation and/ or assessment reports; and (vii) the annual procurement plan, contracts awarded and the name of contractors/ suppliers/ consultants.

The respective heads of the agencies and their web administrators or their equivalent shall be responsible for ensuring compliance with this section. For this purpose, the DBM shall post on its official website the status of compliance by all agencies of the government.

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. About PMS
          1. Agency Mandate
          2. Vision, Mission and Values
          3. PMS History
          4. OPIF
          5. Organizational Structure
          6. Complete Staff Work
        2. Key Officials
          1. Head
          2. Executive Committee
          3. Management Committee
        3. Citizen's Charter
          1. Processing of Requests for PSF Assistance
          2. Processing of Requests for the Release of Succeeding Tranche of the PSF Assistance
          3. Filing a Complaint (PSF)
          4. How to avail of the OSP Service (No Fees Required)
          5. PCO Process Flow Chart
          6. How to avail of the PCO Service (No Fees Required)
        4. Annual Reports
          1. Executive Summary 2015 (Jan. to Jun. 2015)
          2. Executive Summary 2014
          3. Executive Summary 2013
          4. Executive Summary 2012
          5. Executive Summary 2011
          6. Executive Summary 2010
        5. Financial Reports
          1. Major Final Output Targets
            1. CY 2015 MFO Targets
            2. CY 2014 MFO Targets
          2. Physical Plan
            1. Physical Plan CY 2017
            2. Physical Report of Operation 2016 3rd Quarter
            3. Physical Report of Operation 2016 2nd Quarter
            4. Physical Report of Operation 2016 1st Quarter
            5. CY 2015 Physical Plan
            6. CY 2014 Physical Plan
            7. CY 2013 Physical Plan
            8. CY 2012 Physical Plan
            9. CY 2011 Physical Plan
          3. Status of Approved Budgets
            1. General Appropriations Act FY 2017
            2. General Appropriations Act FY 2016
            3. CY 2015 Financial Plan
            4. CY 2014 Financial Plan
            5. CY 2013 Financial Plan
            6. CY 2012 Financial Plan
            7. CY 2011 Financial Plan
            8. CY 2010 Financial Plan
          4. Statement of Allotments, Obligations and Balances
            1. CY 2014 SAOB
            2. CY 2013 SAOB
            3. CY 2012 SAOB
            4. CY 2011 SAOB
          5. Disbursements
            1. CY 2014 Report of Disbursements
            2. CY 2013 Report of Disbursements
            3. CY 2012 Report of Disbursements
            4. CY 2011 Report of Disbursements
          6. Financial Accountability Reports
            1. CY 2016 4th Quarter
            2. CY 2016 3rd Quarter
            3. CY 2016 2nd Quarter
            4. CY 2016 1st Quarter
            5. CY 2015 4th Quarter
            6. CY 2015 3rd Quarter
            7. CY 2015 2nd Quarter
            8. CY 2015 1st Quarter
            9. CY 2014 4th Quarter
            10. CY 2014 3rd Quarter FAR
            11. CY 2014 2nd Quarter FAR
            12. CY 2014 1st Quarter FAR
            13. CY 2013 3rd Quarter FAR
            14. CY 2013 2nd Quarter FAR
            15. CY 2013 1st Quarter FAR
        6. Procurement
          1. Annual Procurement Plan
          2. Invitations to Bid
          3. Requests for Proposal
          4. Requests for Quotation
          5. Requests for Expression of Interest
          6. PMS-BAC Resolutions
          7. Notices of Negotiated Procurement
          8. Notices of Award
          9. Contracts
          10. Notices to Proceed
          11. Served PO's / RO's
          12. List of Contractors/Suppliers/Consultants
          13. Bid Bulletins
          14. Certification of Compliance (PhilGEPS Posting)
          15. INP (Integrated Notices Publication)
        7. SONA Technical Reports
          1. SONA Technical Report 2015
          2. SONA Technical Report 2014
          3. SONA Technical Report 2013
          4. SONA Technical Report 2012
          5. SONA Technical Report 2011
        8. Careers
          1. Job Vacancies
          2. Youth Internship Program
        9. Good Governance Conditions (Compliance Certificates)
          1. Transparency Seal Certificate
          2. PhilGEPS Certificate (see our Procurement Section)
          3. Report on Ageing Cash Advances
          4. Letter to AO25 Task Force (Ageing Cash Advances)
          5. Citizen's Charter Cerificate
          6. SALN Cerificate
          7. PBB 2013
          8. PBB 2014
          9. PBB 2015
          10. PBB 2016
          11. ISO 9001:2008 Certification
          12. Full View of PMS ISO Certification
        10. Major program/projects categorized in accordance with the five key results areas under E.O. No. 43, s.2011 (Not Applicable)
        11. The program/projects beneficiaries as identified in the applicable special provisions (Not Applicable)
        12. Status of implementation and program/ project evaluation and/ or assessment reports (Not Applicable)

About the PMS

The Presidential Management Staff (PMS) became "the PMS" as it known today on 08 July 1976,
pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 955. In January 1987, under former President Corazon Aquino,
the PMS was given a fresh mandate to serve the Presidency as the President's primary technical arm. (EO 130, 30 January 1987)

Since then, the PMS has been the primary government agency responsible
for providing technical assistance and advice to the President in exercising
overall management of the development process (Executive Order No. 130
dated 30 January 1987 , as amended)