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The Philippine National Games (PNG) officially known as the POC-PSC Games is a national multi-sport tournament in the Philippines. It was created as a means to determine the possible composition of national pool athletes that will compete in international tournaments such as the Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games and the Olympics.[1]

 

History

The Philippine National Games (PNG) was created by virtue of Executive Order No. 163 dated March 3, 1994 during the term of former President Fidel V. Ramos.[1]

The first edition was held in Manila in 1994, then the next edition was held two years later in the same venue. Cebu City hosted the third edition in 1997. However the games were scrapped in 1998 due to lack of funds to organize the event.[2][3] The holding of games were halted until its revival in 2011. Since then the games were held annually.[4]Starting from the 2011 edition the Philippine Sports Committee has been co-organizing the games with the Philippine Olympic Committee.[5]

The 2015 edition was divided into three legs which was hosted in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao with each leg including 10 events each for the same sports doubling as qualifiers for the 2016 edition.[6][7]Starting the 2016 edition the PNG will be LGU-based. In the previous editions athlete represented their school, club or a sponsoring group. Athletes will be able to formally represent their municipality, city or province at the games but in the finals athletes will only represent one of the four regions; Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and National Capital Region.[8]

 

 

Editions

YearMain
Host
ProvinceRegion
1994ManilaN/ANational Capital Region
1996ManilaN/ANational Capital Region
1997Cebu CityCebuCentral Visayas (VII)
2011BacolodNegros OccidentalWestern Visayas (VI)*
2012DumagueteNegros OrientalCentral Visayas (VII)*
2013ManilaN/ANational Capital Region
2014ManilaN/ANational Capital Region
2015-16ManilaN/ANational Capital Region
?Zamboanga del SurZamboanga Peninsula (XI)
?AntiqueWestern Visayas (VI)
TBAPangasinanIlocos Region (I)

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The Philippine Youth Games – Batang Pinoy or simply Batang Pinoy (lit. Filipino Youth) is the national youth sports competition of the Philippines for athletes under 15 years old. Unlike the Palarong Pambansa a competition for student athletes, the Batang Pinoy also includes the out-of-school youth.

 

History

The Batang Pinoy was established through the Executive Order No. 44 which was signed by then President Joseph Estrada in December 2, 1988.[1] The first edition was held in Bacolod in 1999.[3] From then, the games were held annually with Santa Cruz, Laguna[4] (2000), Bacolod[5] (2001) Puerto Princesa[6] (2002) hosting the next three editions. The 2002 and prior editions, were for athletes of 12 years and below.[6]

In 2003, the Philippine Sports Commission decided to put the competition, along with its other national competitions, on hold so the sports body could reallocate funds to the national teams' stint at the Southeast Asian Games.[7] The Batang Pinoy was held again in 2011, and is held annually since then.[8]

 

Editions

 

No.

 YearMain Host
1st1999Bacolod
2nd2000Santa Cruz, Laguna
3rd2001Bacolod
4th2002Puerto Princesa
 2003-2010Not held
5th2011Naga, Camarines Sur
6th2012Iloilo City
7th2013*Bacolod
8th2014
9th2015Cebu City
10th[9]2016Tagum

 

 

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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. 

 

PSC compliance with Sec. 93 (Transparency Seal) R.A.  No. 10155 (General Appropriations Act FY 2012)

 

 

I.       The agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information

           a. The agency's mandates and functions

           b. Position, designation and contact information

 

  II.     Annual Financial Reports

           

              a. FAR No.1 : SAAOBDB (Statement of Appropriations, Allotment, Obligation, Disbursement and Balances)

                   a.1 FY 2017                   

                   a.2 FY 2016                  

                   a.3 FY 2015

                   a.4 FY 2014

                   a.5 FY 2013

                 

              b. Summary Report on Disbursements

                   b.1 FY 2017                   

                   b.2 FY 2016                     

                   b.3 FY 2015

                   b.4 FY 2014

                   b.5 FY 2013

                     

               c. BAR NO. 1 - Quarterly Physical Report of Operations/Physical Plan

                   c.1 FY 2017                   

                   c.2 FY 2016                    

                   c.3 FY 2015

                   c.4 FY 2014

    c.5 FY 2013

                 

               d. FAR NO. 5 - Quarterly Report on Revenue and Other Receipts    

                    d.1 FY 2017

                    d.2 FY 2016                     

                    d.3 FY 2015

                    d.4 FY 2014

     d.5 FY 2013

                     

               e.  Financial Plan

     e.1 FY 2017     

     e.2 FY 2016

     e.3 FY 2015     

     e.4 FY 2014     

     e.5 FY 2013

      

III.  DBM Approved Budgets and Targets

           a. PSC Budget 2016

           b. Targets / MFOs / GAA targets 2016

   

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

    a. Projects, Programs 2016

    b. Beneficiaries (not applicable) 

    c. Status of Implementation 

       c.1 FY 2016

       c.2 FY 2015

            

V. Annual Procurement Plan

    a.1 FY 2016

            

VI. Quality Management System

a. Quality Manual

b. Mandatory Procedures

b.1 Internal Quality Audit Procedure

b.2 Documented Information Procedure

b.3 Retention of Documented Information Procedure

b.4 Control of Nonconformity Procedure

b.5 Corrective Action Procedure

b.6 Forms

b.6.1 Document Masterlist

b.6.2 Control For External Provider

b.6.3 Document Feedback Form

b.6.4 Distribution List

b.6.5 External Documents Masterlist

b.6.6 Revision History

b.6.7 Retention Period Matrix

b.6.8 Request for Action Form

b.6.9 Audit Plan and Notice

b.6.10 Audit Checklist

b.7 PSC QMS Scope

b.8 Swot Analysis Contex Interested Parties

 

c. Operational Procedures

    c.1 Office of the Executive Director

          Legal Affairs Office

                  Quality Objective
 
                  Process Map
 
                  Procedures
 
                

    c.2 Bureau on Financial and Administrative Management Services

    c.2.1 Budget Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

 

    c.2.2 Accounting Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

    c.2.3 Management Services Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

Personnel Section

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Procurement

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Property and Supplies Unit

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Records Office

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

BAC Secretariat

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Cashier’s Office

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Information Systems Unit

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

        c.3 Bureau on Coordinating Secretariat & Support Services

c.3.1 Program Research and Development Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

c.3.2 Assistance and Coordination Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

 

Sports Science Center

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

NSA Affairs Office

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Sea and Air Transportation Unit

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

Motorpool

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

c.3.3 Sports Facilities Division

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

Engineering and Maintenance Section

Quality Objective

Process Map

Procedures

Forms

 

VII. System of Ranking the Delivery Units 

 

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I. Vision, Mission and Objective

Mission:

To serve as the prime catalyst and advocate for the propagation and development of× Philippine sports by helping shape policies and setting priorities through the following:

● coordinating and implementing a national sports program;

● creating equitable opportunities for participation in sports by all sectors;

● providing assistance to stakeholders and partners;

● supporting the specially talented athletes for high level competitions; and

● promoting the development of those physical qualities and moral values which is the basis of sports.

 Vision:

A Commission with a unified sports program which will enhance the quality of life of the× Filipinos, instill national pride and attain international prestige through excellence in sports.

●Increased participation in sports by Filipinos; and

●Excellence in sports performance by Filipinos.

Objective:

In view of the foregoing guiding principles, vision and mission statement, the PSC will pursue two basic objectives :

● Increased participation in sports by Filipinos; and

● Excellence in sports performance by Filipinos.

II. Performance Pledge 

We, the officials and employees of the Philippine Sports Commission, commit to:

Serve with utmost courtesy and dedication, within office hours and beyond, if delivery of service is exigent;

Observe processing time for each frontline service and require explanation from accountable person/s for any delay of service;

Respond to complaints about services the soonest or within the day through the Public Assistance Desk, and,

Sincerely value our clients' concerns and interest above our own well-being.

 

III. Frontline Services with Step-by-step Procedure (revised in 2014)

      LIST OF FRONT LINE SERVICES

•  Cashier Section

•  National Sports Association Affairs Section

  Assistance and Coordination Division

  Transportation Unit

•  Sports Facilities Division

   Sports Science Center

  Records Section

  Baguio Training Camp

•  Philsports Pasig 

•   Dormitory Office

 

IV. Feedback Form

VI. Feedback Mechanism

       Please provide feedbacks on the quality of service our frontline services and employees extended through the following:

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  •           1. Accomplish our Client Feedback Form  (available in our website or Pubic Assistance Desk):

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  •           Compliment: For good services beyond your expectations.

          Complaint: For employees and services that need improvements.

          Suggestion:  For helpful information and contribution that may be considered. 

       2. Please send the Feedback Form at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at the Drop Box located at Public Assistance Desk or mail us at:

 

          Administrative Division

          Philippine Sports Commission

          Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Pablo Ocampo Street

          Malate, Manila City