COA Wants 338 Students to Return Excessive Scholarship Grants

338 Students Should Return Excessive Scholarship Grants Say COA The Commission on Audit (COA) calls out 338 students to return the excessive scholarship grants they received from the government. The follow-up call was prompted by Rep. France Castro of the ACT Teachers raising concern about the doubling of student scholarship funds during budget deliberation. According … Read more

Muslim Inmate Reportedly Fed Pork by BuCor Caterer

Alleged Muslim Inmate Reportedly Fed Pork by Caterer Inside BuCor A Muslim person deprived of liberty (PDL) or inmate was reportedly fed pork by a caterer hired by the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor). According to the report of the Commission on Audit (COA), the caterer that the BuCor hired in making meals for the detainees … Read more

Robredo Asserts Value of Accountability, Transparency in Public Service

Vice President Leni Robredo

Vice Pres. Robredo Speaks on Public Servants Being Accountable, Transparent ROBREDO – Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo asserted the value of accountability and transparency in public service. Presidential aspirants have already made their bid official on the first week of the month – the period set by the Commission of Elections (COMELEC) for the filling … Read more

COA Answers “Who Audits COA?” Question Of Duterte

COA Answers Duterte’s Question Of “Who Audits COA? DUTERTE COA ISSUE – Recently, the Commission on Audits answers President Duterte’s question of who exactly audits COA. In the previous weeks, Duterte’s administration was bombarded with criticism following the release of COA’s audit reports. Initially, it was the Department of Health (DOH) who were called out … Read more

COA Points Out P1-M DOH Spending for Catering amid Virtual Meetings

COA, DOH

COA Reacts To Catering Spendings of DOH COA – The Commission on Audit pointed out the expenses of the Department of Health (DOH) for catering services amid the virtual meetings. In the Philippines, the independent body that is tasked to check on the accounts of government fund spendings and the management of properties is the … Read more

COA Flags OWWA Over Expensive Hygiene Kits from Construction Store

COA Seeks Explanation from OWWA Over Hygiene Kits Bought from Construction Store The Commission on Audit (COA) auditors have asked officials from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) over expensive hygiene kits bought from a construction store. The COA has chastised the OWWA and demanded an explanation for purchasing sanitary items worth P1.269 million from … Read more

COA Notes Overstock Of Medicine And Poor Catering Service For Inmates

The Commission On Audit Noted A Few Things At BuCor COA – The Commission on Audit (COA) notes the overstock of medicine that worths P15.5 million and poor catering services for inmates. Despite of whatever charges they face, inmates are being taken care of in prison. The department always makes sure that the inmates as … Read more

5721 Deceased Veterans Still Getting Monthly Pensions – COA

The Commission On Audit Found Out About Dead Veterans Getting Monthly Pensions 5721 – Commission On Audit (COA) discovered 5721 veterans still getting monthly pensions last year (2018) despite being dead long ago. Retired soldiers are entitled to monthly pensions. For serving the country and putting their lives at risk, pensions offer a small assistance … Read more

Only 10k Pesos Was Relased For Marawi Donations Last Year

Marawi Evacuees Only Got P10,000 In Donations In 2018 ONLY 10K – After five long months of firefight between government forces and opposing groups, only P10,000 was released as donations for the victims. Many soldier that fought for the freedom of Marawi gave up their lives just to fulfill their parts in the mission. Here … Read more