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A message from LBPEA Visayas Director SONIA D. BROTARLO
Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:30 am by sonia

It has been two (2) years and six (6) months that this website was closed.  Many were disappointed with the closure but we have to keep up with the fast changing technology - facebook and twitter, among others.  
 
With the remaining one month and a half of my stint as Director for Visayas, I have been ruminative as to the manner of my “consummatum est” in LBPEA.  Thus  here I am re-opening the website pro hac vice for my grand exit. 
 
This is the medium where you first knew me and this is where I want to personally reach out to you to express my deepest and heartfelt “THANK YOU” for all the years that you trusted me. 
 


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yellowlady



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PostSubject: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Tue Jan 21, 2014 6:24 pm

good report ms. Sonia. But may I request that in your next NEB meeting please include it as one of your agenda. It is about the rice subsidy which is part of the benefits of a Landbanker but now being used by MSI to earned and to become profitable at the expense of Landbankers. I am just wondering why LBP mgt enter into contract with its subsidiary (MSI) to be the "supplier" of all rice requirements of all landbankers. 
Today MSI has its new source of earning aside from the MGT FEE of P30.00 per sack. MSI secure quotations from "accredited suppliers" given the specs of 90% headrice-10% broken. Suppliers just fax their quotations with out samples of rice to be supplied. MSI advise the supplier to deliver rice to the branch. Unfortunately, rice delivered does not truly reflect as what was the specs. In order for the supplier to "WIN" as supplier, they are going to fax a much lower price despite it is not 90% headrice.

In return MSI earned more on the difference of the quoted price of the supplier faxed to MSI and the approved price ceiling approved by mgt., aside from the MF. MSI used landbankers benefits to earn and to survive. Kawawang MSI walang ibang pweding gawing negosyo. HOY magsara nalang kayo kung d kayo nakakapag isip ng mga negosyong pwedi pagkakitaan ninyo. Para kayong linta. Nakakahiya namang subsidiary kayo. ha ha ha
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Tue Jan 21, 2014 6:51 pm

Please post your problems regarding our rice subsidy with MSI. Kindly indicate your branch for us to consolidate our report to the management. Salamat po!


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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Tue Jan 21, 2014 9:44 pm

Isa pang problema sa rice natin e iyong na assign sa malayo ay kailangan pang dalhin ang bigas kong saan ang  residence niya. Malaki rin ang magagasta niya sa labor at transportation.Iyong iba nga ibinibenta na lang nila sa murang halaga dahil sa hirap mag transport.Iba iba kasi ang policy ng accounting.Iyong ibang unit payag na itransfer ang bigas ng empleyado sa branch kong saan ang residence niya, pero iyong iba ayaw .Nalimutan na ata nila iyong "CREAM" seminar natin.Tulungan mo po kami ma'am.Thank you po sa mga previous favors.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Wed Jan 22, 2014 9:59 am

Hindi ba pwedeng i-cash nlg ung rice allowance...hehehe
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:01 am

Dapat kung may meal allowance tayo na naka incorporate sa ating gross salary, dapat itong rice allowance nato na kasama naman talaga sa meal, eh di isama na rin sa salary natin. to be adjusted regularly.

Kasama man ang MSI na dapat tanggalin na sa list of corporation, pero I don't know the reason why this subsidiary still exist until now. Maraming nang problema ang ibinigay ang mga subsidiary natin, pati na yang LBRDC na yan na substandard kung gumawa sa building namin dito sa Malaybalay City. Muntik pa akong malaglagan ng tiles na hindi maayos ang pag kakabit. When in comes to guality, LBRDC failed to execute that manner of implementing quality construction method.

At sa rice naman natin, malaking problema itong delay ng rice subsidy natin. Na dapat malaking tulong na to sa ating lahat. Ang malaking tulong para sa ating lahat, naging malaking problema pa ngayon Mam Sonia. :-).

: Relaying the message in behalf of Bukidnon Land Bankers.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Sat Mar 15, 2014 3:26 pm

maam son dito po sa bohol ang singil ng msi is 2400 po kasama na ang mgt fee na 30 pero ang actual na price po ng isang sakong bigas sa supplier nila is only 2050.  350 po ang income nila per sack...sobra2 po
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Sun Mar 16, 2014 11:22 am

Reklamo rin ng mga supplier natin dito sa Northern Mindanao aabot daw ng two months bago mabayaran ng MSI rice na delivered nila.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Sun Mar 16, 2014 8:47 pm

bakit kailangan nila mag ka income sa rice subsidy natin?
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Mon Mar 17, 2014 11:47 am

ganyan ka bright ang mga officer ng MSI. "Bright" sila dahil naisip nila na gamitin ang benefits ng mga taga LBP na pagkaperhan nila eto. ha ha ha. Mga "bright" talaga. Kaya tingnan ninyo malapit na silang ma abolish ng GCG dahil loss parati. ha ha ha. Bakit kaya na hire sila ng MSI. "Bright" na ang mga yan aroganti pa kung sumagot. Ay naku their foolishness go home to their body ika nga ng isang kasabihan. 

Suggestion:  Let the branches decides where the will purchase and the kind of rice they will buy. As long as the Bank will only reimburse what was approved by the Mgt. less of the Mgt Fee of P30/sack. Naliitan ang MSI sa P30/sack kaya naka isip sila ng isang "bright ideas" na gamitin ang abang benepisyo ng mga taga LBP para sila magkaroon ng halos P2.0M income bawat buwan galing sa benipisyo natin. GOOD JOB. TRULY IT WAS INDEED A "BRIGHT IDEA"

Sa Visaya pa... GABAAN KA UNTA MSI
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:29 pm

Abolition of 19 GOCCs, GFIs sought

TWO lawmakers yesterday sought the abolition of some 19 government owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) and government financial institutions (GFIs) with each employee getting a separation pay of two and a half months for every year of service.

Cagayan de Oro City Rep. Rufus Rodriguez and Abante Mindanao party-list Rep. Maximo Rodriguez filed House Bill (HB) No.  3807 to abolish certain GOCCs and GFIs with provisions for separation pay for its officers and employees.

“Consistent with the Aquino administration’s austerity measures, it is high time that the government remove the excess fat and spend only for things that are truly vital to the country,” the authors declared.

Under HB No. 3807, those proposed for abolition are: 1) Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel; 2) Batangas Land Company, Incorporated; 3) BCDA Management and Holdings, Incorporated; 4) Cottage Industry Technology Center; 5) Freeport Service Corporation; 6) GY Real Estate, Incorporated; 7) Human Settlements Development Corporation; 8)Kamayan Realty Corporation; 9) Marawi Resort Hotel, Incorporated; 10) Masaganang Sakahan, Incorporated; 11) National Agribusiness Corporation; 12) Natural Resources Development Corporation; 13) NDC-Infrastructure Corporation; 14) Northern Foods Corporation; 15) Philippine Aerospace Development Corporation; 16) Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation; 17) Pinagkaisa Realty Corporation; 18) Trade and Investment Development Corporation of the Philippines; and 19) ZNAC Rubber Estate Corporation.

Under HB 3807, all officers and employees of these to-be-abolished GOCCs and GFIs would be given two and a half (2 1/2) months salary for each year of service in their respective GOCCs and GFIs as separation pay, funding of which shall be included in the subsequent national budget.

Likewise, the functions and duties of the proposed to-be-abolished entities are to be transferred to the different Departments of the government exercising the same or similar functions.

The Department of Finance, the Department of Budget and Management and the Commission on Audit shall issue the necessary rules and regulations necessary for the full implementation of the proposed statute.             RPP


From the Governance Commission for Government Owned or Controlled Corporations

In the last quarter of 2013, President Benigno S. Aquino III already approved the abolition of five (5) of the 19 GOCCs proposed for abolition in House Bill 3807 by Representatives Rufus Rodriguez and Maximo Rodriguez, namely: National Agribusiness Corp. (NABCOR), Zamboanga del Norte Rubber Estate Corp. (ZREC), Human Settlements Dev’t. Corp. (HSDC), Philippine Forest Corp. (PFC), and Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC).

The Governance Commission also recommended the abolition/privatization of another seven (7) out of the 19 GOCCs cited in the Rodriguez bill: Marawi Resort Hotel Inc. (MRHI), Philippine Aerospace Dev’t Corp. (PADC), NDC-Philippine Infrastructure Corporation, Batangas Land Co., Kamayan Realty Corp., GY Real Estate, Inc., Pinagkaisa Realty Corp., together with Technology Resources Center (TRC) which is covered by the Bayan Muna recommendation.

The other six GOCCs covered in the Rodriguez bill (Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel, BCDA Management and Holdings, Inc., Masaganang Sakahan, Inc., Northern Foods Corp., Tourism Promotions Board [referred to as Philippine Convention and Visitors Corp.], and Trade and Investment Development Corp. [now PhilEXIM]) are part of the GCG’s regular sector-wide evaluation of GOCCs based on financial viability and relevance to current national development plans, together with National Livelihood Dev’t Corp. (NLDC) which was also covered by the Bayan Muna recommendation. Freeport Services Corp., a subsidiary of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), is outside the jurisdiction of the Governance Commission.

President Aquino also approved the abolition of the following six (6) GOCCs not appearing in the bill: Southern Philippines Dev’t. Authority (SPDA), Philippine Fruits and Vegetables Corporation (PFVC), San Carlos Fruits Corporation (SCFC), Philippine Agricultural Development and Commercial Corporation (PADCC), Bataan Technology Park, Inc. (BTPI), and PNOC Shipping and Transport Corporation (PNOC-STC).

The Governance Commission has also recommended for abolition / privatization the following five (5) GOCCs: Alabang Sto. Tomas Development, Inc. (ASDI), Tierra Factors Corp. (TFC), Traffic Control Products Corp. (TCPC), DISC Contractors, and CDCP Farms Corporation.

Finally, the following fourteen (14) GOCCs were actually dissolved-by-expiration-of-corporate-term/ rendered non-operational/ liquidated under the direction of the Governance Commission: Manila Gas Corp. (MGC), PNOC Malampaya Corp. (PNOC-MC), Aviation Services and Training Institute (ASTI), Calauag Quezon Province Integrated Coconut Processing Plant (CQPICPP), Clark Polytechnic Dev’t Corp. (CPDF), First Centennial Clark Corporation (FCCC), GSIS Properties, Inc., LBP Financial Services SpA, LBP Remittance Company, LBP Singapore Representative Office, Paskuhan Dev’t., Inc., Phil. Centennial Expo ’98 Corp., Philpost Leasing and Financing Corp. (PLFC), and Metro Transit, Inc. (MTI).

There are currently one hundred sixteen (116) GOCCs actively being monitored, which GCG aims to reduce to less than 100 by the end of 2014 through abolition, privatization or merger. The streamlining of non-performing and/or unnecessary GOCCs is a key objective in GCG’s strategic roadmap to improving efficiency and transforming the GOCC Sector into a significant tool for economic growth and development.

Affected employees are given separation pay amounting to around one month’s salary for every year of service, unless an administrative or criminal case is filed against them.

gcggov.com

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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:21 pm

MAO NA KINI ANG GABA SA MSI. GOD BLESS U MSI
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Sun Mar 23, 2014 5:21 pm

TAGAM... MSI
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Mon Mar 24, 2014 1:54 pm

Just received today the delivery receipt from MSI, the unit price per sack of 50 kilo XQ rice is P2,329.00 or about P46.58 per kilo. pero pumunta ka ng palengke, ang quality ng P40.00/kilo rice ay sobrang ganda na. May tinawagan akong rice trader and she told me na ang prevailing price of XQ rice is only P1,900, idagdag mo ang P30.00 ng MSI pati na ang charges para sa two (2) months delayed payment if meron, malaki pa rin talaga ang pinagkaiba ng presyo. Sana parepareho na lang ang amount ng rice allowance ng bawat isang employee at  e convert na lang sana sa cash at isama sa payroll if puede lang.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Mon Mar 24, 2014 3:55 pm

Baka pwedeng isama ng NEB sa sunod na meeting with management considering the issue on the propose abolition of 19 GOCC na kasama ang MSI.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Wed May 14, 2014 8:42 am

We just received our rice subsidy yesterday for d period of May and June. Hindi p lng naisasaing kasi nkbiki n kami ng half cavan rice s bahay. But d rice delivered for march and april, yung isang sack ok ok pero yung isang sack ng rice e kahit tuta hindi nauubos kainin. Hindi po maganda ang mga dinideliver ng supplier nmin.. 
Sana i cash nlng po yung rice allowance. Please do something... salamat po. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Wed May 14, 2014 2:04 pm

Dami na po reklamo regarding our rice subsidy. I do hope na nakarating na ito sa management. Sana ay may positive na na result in favor naman sa atin.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Thu May 15, 2014 9:12 am

capariz wrote:
Dami na po reklamo regarding our rice subsidy.  I do hope na nakarating na ito sa management.  Sana ay may positive na na result in favor naman sa atin.

This rice subsidy problem will be strongly addressed head-on during the LBPEA National Convention.   We will be able to assess the problem on a wider perspective because all the LBPEA Regional Governors and Vice Governors bankwide are expected to take part in this once a year gathering.



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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Tue May 20, 2014 9:51 am

katatanggap lang namin ng Sales invoice ng MSI today for our rice allowance for the month of May and June, the unit cost is P2,305 for X Q rice or P46.00 per kilo at parang wala akong nakikitang P46.00 per kilo ng bigas sa mga retailer dito. Sobrang mahal.  Ung nadeliver sa amin as of May ay parang hindi maihahalintulad sa klase ng bigas sa mga tindahan sa ganong halaga kahit pa ikumpara sa halaga ng P42.00 per kilo. The current selling price doon mismo sa tindahan ng aming supplier of the same quality ay P1,900 lang maganda pang klase.  Sana address ito sa darating na convention. salamat po.
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PostSubject: Re: RICE SUBSIDY-MSI PROBLEMS..ANY?   Wed May 21, 2014 10:24 am




Di lang pala PDAF dapat imbestigahan.......isama na rin yong GOCC employees Rice allowance, sa 30 pesos per sack pa lang na kinakaltas nila as management fee may pang sweldo na sila for their EXISTENCE....
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