functions po ng GCG under RA 10149. Dito dapat maghanda at pag ukulan ng pansin ang plataporma ng mga mahalal na bagong LBPEA Officers..
The Governance Commission for Government-Owned or -Controlled Corporations (GCG)
SEC. 5. Creation of the Governance Commission for Government-Owned or -Controlled Corporations.—There is hereby created a central advisory, monitoring, and oversight body with authority- to formulate, implement and coordinate policies to be known as the Governance Commission for Government-Owned or -Controlled Corporations, hereinafter referred to as the GCG, which shall be attached to the Office of the President. The GCG shall have the following powers and functions:
(a) Evaluate the performance and determine the relevance of the GOCC, to ascertain whether such GOCC should be reorganized, merged, streamlined, abolished or privatized, in consultation with the department or agency to which a GOCC is attached. For this purpose, the GCG shall be guided by any of the following standards:
(1) The functions or purposes for which the GOCC was created are no longer relevant to the State or no longer consistent with the national development policy of the State;
(2) The GOCC’s functions or purposes duplicate or unnecessarily overlap with functions, programs, activities or projects already provided by a Government Agency;
(3) The GOCC is not producing the desired outcomes, or no longer achieving the objectives and purposes for which it was originally designed and implemented, and/or not cost efficient and does not generate the level of social, physical and economic returns vis-à-vis the resource inputs;
(4) The GOCC is in fact dormant or nonoperational;
(5) The GOCC is involved in an activity best carried out by the private sector; and
(6) The functional, purpose or nature of operations of any group of GOCCs require consolidation under a holding company.
Upon determination by the GCG that it is to the best interest of the State that a GOCC should be reorganized, merged, streamlined, abolished or privatized, it shall:
(i) Implement the reorganization, merger or streamlining of the GOCC, unless otherwise directed by the President; or
(ii) Recommend to the President the abolition or privatization of the GOCC, and upon the approval of the President, implement such abolition or privatization, unless the President designates another agency to implement such abolition or privatization.
(b) Classify GOCCs into: (1) Developmental/Social Corporations; (2) Proprietary Commercial Corporations; (3) Government Financial, Investment and Trust Institutions; (4) Corporations with Regulatory Functions; and (5) Others as may be classified by the GCG, without prejudice to further sub classifications in each category and/or any other classification based on parameters as it may find relevant or . material such as, but not limited to, industry type. The classification shall guide the GCG in exercising its powers and functions as provided herein;
(c) In consultation with the relevant government agencies and stakeholders, adopt within one hundred eighty (180) days from its constitution, an ownership and operations manual and the government corporate standards governing GOCCs: Provided, That the government corporate governance standards applicable to GOCCs shall be no less rigorous than those required by the Philippine Stock Exchange or the Securities. and Exchange Commission of listed companies, or those required by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas or the Insurance Commission for banking institutions and insurance companies, as the case may be. The manual shall be consistent with the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan issued by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and shall include:
(1) Objectives of State ownership;
(2) Role of national government in the governance of GOCCs;
(3) Modes of implementation of the ownership policy;
(4) Guidelines on the monitoring of the operations of all GOCCs including their Related Corporations. These shall include Strategy Maps, Charter Statements, Performance Commitments and such other mechanisms;
(5) The roles, relationships and responsibilities of the State, the Government Agencies to which the GOCC is attached, and the GOCC;
(6) Disclosure and transparency requirements;
(7) Code of Ethics of Directors and Officers;
Creation of board committees and similar oversight bodies;
(9) Integrated corporate reporting system;
(10) Statement of the social responsibilities of the GOCC; and
(11) Such other matters as the GCG may deem proper to include in the ownership policy.
(d) Without prejudice to the filing of administrative and criminal charges, recommend to the Board of Directors or Trustees the suspension of any member of the Board of Directors or Trustees who participated by commission or omission in the approval of the act giving rise to the violation or noncompliance with the ownership manual for a period depending on the nature and extent of damage caused, during which period the director or trustee shall not be entitled to any emolument;
(e) In addition to the qualifications required under the individual charter of the GOCCs and in the bylaws of GOCCs. without original charters, the GCG shall identify necessary skills and qualifications required for Appointive Directors and recommend to the President a shortlist of suitable and qualified candidates for Appointive Directors;
(f) Establish the performance evaluation systems including performance scorecards which shall apply to all GOCCs in general and to the various GOCC classification;
(g) Conduct periodic study, examination, evaluation and assessment of the performance of the GOCCs, receive, and in appropriate cases, require reports on the operations and management of the GOCCs including, but not limited to, the management of the assets and finances of the GOCCs;
(h) Conduct compensation studies, develop and recommend to the President a competitive compensation and remuneration system which shall attract and retain talent, at the same time allowing the GOCC to be financially sound and sustainable;
(i) Provide technical advice and assistance to the government agencies to which the GOCCs are attached in setting performance objectives and targets for the GOCCs and in monitoring GOCCs performance vis-a-vis established objectives and targets;
(j) Coordinate and monitor the operations of GOCCs, ensuring alignment and consistency with the national development policies and programs. It shall meet at least quarterly to:
(1) Review Strategy Maps and Performance Scorecards of all GOCCs;
(2) Review and assess existing performance-related policies including the compensation/remuneration of Board of Directors/ Trustees and Officers and recommend appropriate revisions and actions; and
(3) Prepare performance reports of the GOCCs for submission to the President.
(k) Prepare a semi-annual progress report to be submitted to the President and the Congress. In its report, the GCG will provide its performance assessment of the GOCCs and recommend clear and specific actions. Within one hundred twenty (120) days from the close of the year, the GCG shall prepare an annual report on the performance of the GOCCs and submit it to the President and the Congress; and
(l) Review the functions of each of the GOCC and, upon determination that there is a conflict between the regulatory and commercial functions of a GOCC, recommend to the President in consultation with the Government Agency to which such GOCC is attached, the privatization of the GOCCs commercial operations, or the transfer of the regulatory functions to the appropriate government agency, or such other plan of action to ensure that the commercial functions of the GOCC do not conflict with such regulatory functions.
In the performance of its functions under subsections (a), (c), (e), (f), (g), (h) and (1) herein and in any other review or evaluation of a GOCC that the GCG may conduct, the GCG shall engage the participation of the Secretary or highest ranking official of the relevant agency or department, as the case may be.