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Joint Circular No. 2022 - 01 (DBM-DFA)
Wednesday, 28 September 2022
August 5, 2022 Policies and Guidelines on the Grant of Education Allowance for Dependents of Officers and Employees of the DFA for FY 2021 and Years Thereafter Download Joint Circular No. 2022 - 01 (DBM-DFA) ...
Joint Circular No. 2022 - 01 (COA-DBM)
Thursday, 15 September 2022
September 13, 2022 Policies on the Adoption of Flexible Work Arrangements for Contract of Service (COS) and Job Order (JO) Workers in Government Download Joint Circular No. 2022 - 01 (COA-DBM) ...
Circular Letter No. 2022-11
Monday, 22 August 2022
August 16, 2022  Implementation of Notice of Organization, Staffing, and Compensation Action (NOSCA) Through the Action Document Releasing System (ADRS) Download Circular Letter No. 2022-11...
Circular Letter No. 2022-10
Monday, 22 August 2022
August 16, 2022  Implementation of Online Release of Forward Obligation Authority (FOA), Multi-Year Contractual Authority (MYCA), Cash Disbursement Ceiling (CDC), and Non-Cash Availment Authority (NCAA) Through the Action Document Releasing System (ADRS) Download Circular Letter No. 2022-10...
Circular Letter No. 2022-9
Monday, 22 August 2022
August 16, 2022  Implementation of Online Release of Notice of Cash Allocation (NCAs) Through the Action Document Releasing System (ADRS) Download Circular Letter No. 2022-9 Implementation of Online Release of...
Local Budget Memorandum No. 85-A
Tuesday, 16 August 2022
August 12, 2022  CLARIFICATIONS ON LOCAL BUDGET MEMORANDUM (LBM) NO. 85 DATED JUNE 15, 2022, ENTITLED, "INDICATIVE FY 2023 NATIONAL TAX ALLOTMENT (NTA) SHARES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS (LGUs) AND GUIDELINES ON THE PREPARATION OF THE FY 2023 ANNUAL BUDGETS OF LGUs" Download Local Budget Memorandum No. 85-A ...
Local Budget Circular No. 142-B
Tuesday, 16 August 2022
August 16, 2022 AMENDMENT TO LOCAL BUDGET CIRCULAR (LBC) NO. 142 DATED JANUARY 24, 2022, AS AMENDED BY LBC NO. 142-A DATED APRIL 28, 2022, ENTITLED, "GUIDELINES ON THE RELEASE AND UTIUZATION OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FUND-FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS AND SUPPORT FOR CAPITAL OUTLAYS AND SOCIAL PROGRAMS UNDER THE FY 2022 GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT, REPUBLIC ACT NO. 11639"...
Local Budget Circular No. 147
Friday, 29 July 2022
July 29, 2022  Adoption of the Enhanced Public Financial Management Assessment Tool (PFMAT) For Local Government Units (LGUS) and its Electronic Version Download Local Budget Circular No. 147...
Local Budget Circular No. 146
Friday, 08 July 2022
July 7, 2022  Guidelines on the Release and Utilization of the Local Government Support Fund-Growth Equity Fund (LGSFGEF) under the FY2022 General Appropriations Act (GAA), Republic Act (RA) No. 11639 Download Local Budget Circular No. 146...
Local Budget Memorandum No. 85
Thursday, 16 June 2022
June 15, 2022  Indicative FY 2023 National Tax Allotment (NTA) Shares of Local Government Units (LGUs) and Guidelines on the Preparation of the FY 2023 Annual Budgets of LGUs Download Local Budget Memorandum No....

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OPENING STATEMENT Commission on Appointments Hearing September 28, 2022     Mr. Chair, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri; Mr. Vice Chair, Representative Ramon Guico Jr.; Representative Luis Raymond Villafuerte; and Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, and the rest of the members of this honorable Commission, good morning. I am honored to appear before the members of the Commission on Appointments, for the opportunity to humbly submit myself to the process of confirmation of my appointment as Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM). This is an especially meaningful moment for me as I started my public service career in these halls. I have great respect and admiration for the senate as an institution, having spent more than ten years in the upper house: first as senate researcher then as chief-of-staff of the late Senator Edgardo Angara, whom the Senate fondly called SEJA. I consider those years formative to my now almost two decades of service in government. I learned the intricacies of the budget process especially when he was Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and then later when I worked for Senator Loren Legarda when she also served as Chairman of the same...
The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has allocated P15.2 Billion to the newly created Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) under the 2023 National Expenditure Program (NEP). This is in line with the Marcos administration's commitment to uphold the welfare of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and ensure the efficient delivery of services and assistance to OFWs. DBM Secretary Amenah Pangandaman noted that the administration steadfastly recognizes the contribution of our OFWs to our economy. “Our OFWs are our modern day heroes. We honor their sacrifices, as they work hard to uplift the lives of their families and to enhance our country’s economy through their remittances," Secretary Pangandaman said. The Budget Secretary added that the DBM is in full support of the President’s advocacy for the betterment of our OFWs' condition. "We know and feel the difficulties our kababayans face by being far from their loved ones and we continue to ensure that they will be afforded with the appropriate support they need,” DBM Secretary Amenah Pangandaman added. Out of the aforementioned amount, Php 3.5 billion is earmarked for the DMW’s Office of the Secretary, of which, 77% or Php 2.7...
The Philippine Economic Briefing (PEB) in New York was attended by more than a hundred key stakeholders, including business leaders and government officials who presented economy and industry updates, legislative reforms, targets, and the fiscal framework that will catapult the Philippines to become an upper middle-income country. The first panel, joined by Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno, Budget Secretary Amenah Pangandaman, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Arsenio Balisacan, Bangko Sentral Governor Felipe Medalla, and Ayala Corporation Chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel De Ayala, zoomed in on economic performance and outlook. A highlight of their discussion was the vast opportunity for public-private partnerships to thrive in the country. The Ayala Corporation Chairman affirmed the economic managers’ statements on structural reforms that will foster business growth. He stated that it is “up to the private sector” to maximize the favorable environment. “This government has been very supportive of the private sector and public participation. The president is very keen to get the private sector involved and we are delighted with that. So, there’s a chance for private capital to...

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