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I.) Agency Mission, Vision, Mandate and List of Officials.

 

MISSION

Maintain a responsive regulatory environment for

an effective telecommunications/ICT sector.

 

VISION

By 2025, the NTC is a world class regulatory

agency meeting the challenges of the digital world.

 

MANDATE

- To regulate the installation, operation and maintenance of radio stations both for private and public use. (Radio Control Law, Act No. 3846, as amended).

- To regulate and supervise the provision of public telecommunications services (Radio Control Law, Act No. 3846, as amended and Public Telecommunications Policy Act of 1995, RA No. 7925).

- To manage the radio spectrum (Radio Control Law, Act No. 3846, as amended and Public Telecommunications Policy Act of 1995, RA No. 7925).

- To regulate and supervise radio and television broadcast stations, cable television (CATV) and pay television (EO No. 546 and EO No. 205).

 

 FUNCTIONS

Regional Offices (ROs):

The NTC ROs are under the direct supervision and control of the Office of the Commissioner. Field units directly implement the plans and programs of an agency within their respective jurisdictions and are directly responsible to the Agency Head.

The ROs perform the following:

Enforce and implement telecommunications laws and other pertinent laws, decrees, letters of instructions, and rules and regulations promulgated therewith, as well as policies and guidelines set by the Commission governing the installation and operation of all telecommunications services or stations and facilities, including radio and television broadcasting systems within the regional area;

Upon authority of the Commission, conduct hearings for the grant of authorization to operate telecommunications public utilities or services and submit recommendation thereon to the Commission;

Issue licenses and permits that may be specified;

Attend to the inspection and field investigation of all telecommunications services or stations, including radio and television broadcasting system, and in the monitoring of the radio frequency spectrum;

Issue and/or approve, through delegated authority, appointments of personnel below the rank of Division Chief, as well as requisitions and procurement of supplies, materials and equipment for the RO;

Assist the Legal Branch in the conduct of administrative investigation against erring employees below the rank of the Assistant Regional Director of the RO;

Conduct studies on telecommunications service requirement of the region and submit recommendation to the Commission;

Collect, consolidate and update statistical data and other related information on telecommunications services or stations, including operational statistics, for periodic presentation and submission to the Commission;

Maintain liaison and coordination work with the ROs or units of other agencies within the region, including the offices or units of local government;

Administer oaths on matters generally involving the official business of the RO;

Represent the Commission in conferences or meetings, whenever necessary, that may be held in the region; and,

Coordinate enforcement activities with the military and the police for the effective implementation of telecommunications laws and regulations regarding stations or services whose operation affect the security of the State.

Except for those not decentralized as discussed earlier, the same functions would be undertaken by the ROs.

 

LIST OF OFFICIALS, POSITIONS, DESIGNATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION

NTC R7 Organizational Chart 2020 

 

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Director’s Office                                       

Sophia Lynn B. Lumantod

OIC, Regional Director

Telephone Number:  (032) 422-6822

Telefax Number: (032) 346-0179

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Financial and Administrative Division                                       

Caroline P. Bautista

Chief Administrative Officer

Telephone Number:  (032) 422-6822

Telefax Number: (032) 346-0179

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Enforcement and Operations Division                                       

Bobby N. Bautista

Chief, EOD / Engineer V

Telephone Number:  (032) 422-6822

Telefax Number: (032) 346-0179

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Legal Section                                       

Alan Felix J. Macaraya Jr.

Attorney III

Telephone Number:  (032) 422-6822

Telefax Number: (032) 346-0179

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II.) Annual Reports

     B.1 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS: FAR 1 - SAAODB (Summary of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations, Disbursements and Balances)

          2014 FAR 1

          2015 FAR 1

          2016 FAR 1

          2017 FAR 1

          2018 FAR 1

          2019 FAR 1

          2020 FAR 1

          2021 FAR 1

          2022 FAR 1

     B.2 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS: FAR 4 - Disbursement Report

          2014 FAR 4

          2015 FAR 4

          2016 FAR 4

          2017 FAR 4

          2018 FAR 4

          2019 FAR 4

          2020 FAR 4

          2021 FAR 4

          2022 FAR 4

     B.3 BAR 1 - Annual Physical Report of Operation

          2014 BAR 1

          2015 BAR 1

          2016 BAR 1

          2017 BAR 1

          2018 BAR 1

          2019 BAR 1

          2020 BAR 1

          2021 BAR 1

          2022 BAR 1

     B.4 Annual Income Report

          2014 Income Report

          2015 Income Report

          2016 Income Report

          2017 Income Report

          2018 Income Report

          2019 Income Report

          2020 Income Report

          2021 Income Report

          2022 Income Report

 

III.) Approved Budget and Targets

     C.1 ANNUAL FINANCIAL PLAN

          2014 Financial Plan

          2015 Financial Plan

          2016 Financial Plan

          2017 Financial Plan

          2018 Financial Plan

          2019 Financial Plan

          2020 Financial Plan

          2021 Financial Plan

          2022 Financial Plan

     C.2 ANNUAL PHYSICAL PLAN

          2014 Physical Plan

          2015 Physical Plan

          2016 Physical Plan

          2017 Physical Plan

          2018 Physical Plan

          2019 Physical Plan

          2020 Physical Plan

          2021 Physical Plan

          2022 Physical Plan

 

IV.) Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries and status Implementation

          --- Not Applicable ---

 

V.) Annual Procurement Plan (APP)

     D.1 COMMON USE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT (Previous Year August End)

          2016 APP CSE

          2017 APP CSE

          2018 APP CSE

          2019 APP CSE

          2020 APP CSE

          2021 APP CSE

          2022 APP CSE

     D.2 INDICATIVE NON-COMMON USE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT (Previous Year September End)

          2016 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2017 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2018 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2019 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2020 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2021 APP Indicative NON-CSE

          2022 APP Indicative NON-CSE

     D.3 NON-COMMON USE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT (Current Year March End)

          2016 APP NON-CSE

          2017 APP NON-CSE

          2018 APP NON-CSE

          2019 APP NON-CSE

          2020 APP NON-CSE

          2021 APP NON-CSE

          2022 APP NON-CSE

 

VI.) Procurement Monitoring Report

 

 

VII.) Contracts Awarded

TITLE / PROJECT CONTRACTOR DATE / YEAR
Rental of sub-office in Dumaguete City Rosheil R. Samoren 2021
Provision of Security Services for 2021 Cafe Security & Investigation Agency, Inc. 2020
Rental of sub-office in Tagbilaran City Rosario K. Tango-an 2018
     

 

VIII.) Quality Management System / Quality Operations Manual

          --- Not Applicable ---

 

IX.) System Ranking Delivery Units and Individuals

     2015 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

     2016 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

     2017 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

     2018 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

     2019 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

     2020 Mechanics in Ranking Offices

 

X.) AGENCY REVIEW AND COMPLIANCE PROCEDURE OF

     STATEMENTS AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE

     Office Order No. 83-10-2020 - Agency Review and compliance procedure of SALN

     Office Order No. 119-10-2018 - SALN Review and Compliance Committee

     Office Order No. 063-09-2021 - Agency Review and Compliance of SALN

 

XI.) Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information (FOI) is the government’s response to the call for transparency and full public disclosure of information. FOI is a government mechanism, which allows Filipino citizens to request any information about the government transactions and operations, provided that it shall not put into jeopardy privacy and matters of national security.

The FOI mechanism for the Executive Branch is enabled via Executive Order No. 2, series of 2016.

NTC FOI Manual

Frequently Ask Questions

FOI Request Form

 

XII.) Data Privacy Act of 2012

          A. Data Privacy Notice

          B. Contact Information