JUST IN: Jose Calida Resigns as COA Chairman

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JOSE CALIDA – Malacañang announced that the former Solicitor General has resigned from his position as the Commission on Audit (COA) chairman. Following the announcement about the resignation of lawyer Trixie Angeles-Cruz as press secretary, Malacañang announced the resignation of Jose Calida as the chairman of the Commission on Audit. The announcement was made by … 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 Points Out P1-M DOH Spending for Catering amid Virtual Meetings


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

Public School Teachers Urges Lawmakers To Investigate Textbook Fiasco


Public School Teachers Urges Lawmakers To Investigate Textbook Fiasco PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS – Public school teachers encourages the lawmakers to investigate the ongoing textbook fiasco. According to Inquirer, a teachers’ group pointed out the misuse of funds and a lot of questions the issue raised. Chair of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Joselyn Martinez … Read more

COA Reveals BSP Executives Still Highest Paid Government Officials

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BSP Executives Still Highest Paid Government Officials According to COA The Commission on Audit (COA) revealed that the executives of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) are still the highest paid government officials. BSP executives dominated the list of highest paid government officials based on COA’s Report on Salaries and Allowances (ROSA). The late BSP governor … Read more

JUST IN: Duterte Vetoes Bill Seeking Survivorship Benefits in Some Gov’t Agencies


Pres. Duterte Vetoed the Survivorship Benefits Bill DUTERTE – Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte vetoed the bill seeking for the survivorship benefits in some government agencies. While there are bills that gain the approval of the President, there are also those that were returned without his signature. Among them are the Senate Bill No. 1917 … Read more

PCSO Failed To Collect P4 Billion From STL Operators In 2017

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PCSO Failed To Collect P4 Billion From Authorized Agents of STL in 2017 PCSO – The PCSO management failed to collect P4 billion from authorized agents operating STL’s in 2017. Malacañang Palace spokesperson Salvador Panelo disclosed that President Rodrigo Duterte fired the general manager Alexander Balutan of PCSO for alleged corruption. The spokesman, however, did … Read more

Pay Hike For COS And JO Workers This January , Says DBM


Contract Of Service And Job Order Workers To Be Given Pay Hike By The Government, Says Department Of Budget and Management PAY HIKE – Contractual workers via Contract of Service and Job Order will receive a pay hike by the government this January 1, 2019 (Tuesday). This is based on Joint Circular No. 1, series of 2018, … Read more