Presidential Legal Counsel
and HUDCC Chairman
Committee on Flagship Programs and Projects
Council for Countryside Development (PCCD)
Legislative Adviser and PLLO Head
Security Adviser and NSC Director-General
Presidential Legal Counsel - Renato L.
1-A, New Executive Bldg., Malacanang Compound
Laurel St., San Miguel, 1005, Manila
Nos. : 521-23-01 to 10 local 5100/712-54-24
No. : 712-54-14
function: - To provide legal advise to the
President, review pertinent government contracts, and recommend policy
actions on legal matters as may be directed by the President.
Adviser on Housing and HUDCC Chairman - Dionisio
C. Dela Serna
Floor, Atrium Bldg., Makati Avenue, Makati City
Nos. : 811-41-68/811-41-70
No. : 811-41-58
function: - To coordinate and monitor all
the efforts and activitied of the government housing and ensure the accomplishment
of the National Shelter Program.
Adviser on the Peace Process - Manuel
Agustin I Bldg., Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Nos. : 636-07-02 to 06/636-38-01 to 06
Nos. : 631-16-14/635-40-53
function: - To manage and supervise the comprehensive
Adviser on Political Affairs - Gabriel
Exceutive Bldg., Malacanang Palace, San Miguel, 1005, Manila
Nos. : 521-23-01/735-60-91
No. : 735-60-91
functions: - 1) To process referrals and endorsements
to departments, agencies, or offices, involving requests for assistance;
2) to process administrative and technical matters coming from the Presidential
Action Center and the Political Affairs Office; 3) to assist the President,
the Executive Secretary, and the Cabinet in the formulation of political
decisions; and 4) to gather, evaluate, and analyze political information
and/or data in the furtherance of its functions.
Committee on Flagship Programs and Projects -
Emilio M. R. Osmena
Floor, National Security Council Bldg.
Park, San Miguel, 1005, Manila
No. : 521-24-14 Fax No. : 524-02-07
function: - To monitor the flagship projects
identified by the President, trouble-shoot if there are problems in the
implementation of the same, and make recommendations.
projects worth P8.1 billion were delayed by four percent, mainly due to
the poor performance of theur contractors, according to the Presidential
Adviser on Flagship Programs and Projects, Emilio Osmena. Osmena also disclosed
that nine projects worth P16.5 billion were completed during the first
six months of 1996, bringing to 24 the total number of projects completed
under the government's much-touted flagship program.
Osmena said the biggest delay was reported
in the P339-million Calauag (Quezon)-Del Gallego (Camarines Norte) road
project, which is 57 percent behind schedule. Another problematic project
is the P266-million Davao City-Digos road project, which has been delayed
by 53 percent due to the "nonperformance" of its contractor.
Osmena said that the DPWH had already appointed a new contractor for the
Council for Countryside Development (PCCD) -
Daniel L. Lacson, Jr.
Navigation Bldg., 849
Road, Makati City
Nos. : 818-37-04/818-40-09 0
No. : 816-34-84
functions: 1) To identify and recommend target
provinces for the implementation of an accelerated conprehensive countryside
development program; 2) to initiate discussions with local government executives
and private sector representatives, through the appropriate departments
and agencies in order to draft a master plan for countryside development
in its target areas, and 3) to recommend the conceptualization and implementation
of pilot projects in priority areas, in coordination with LGUs and NGOs.
Thus said former Negros Occidental Governor
Daniel Lacson and head of the Presidential Council for Countryside Development
(PCCD), to participants in the Second EntrePinoy Convention and Study Mission.
Held in Bacolod City, the PCCD-sponsored convention
was attended by 300 small and start-up entreprenuers from 20 provinces
across the country.
"The world is a wide market for the emerging
entreprenuers to conquer, but the entreprenuers must come in full force
and produce what the world needs in bulk," Lacson said.
The attending enterprenuers were engaged in
the handicraft business, abaca products, hand-made papers, pottery, woodcraft,
cococraft, food and food packaging, and holiday decors.
Legislative Adviser and Head,
Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) - Narciso S. Nario,
Floor, Main Bldg., Batasan Hills, Quezon City
Nos. : 931-50-01 local PLLO/931-57-18/931-64-23
Nos. : 931-57-18/931-66-71
its major functions are
: 1) to promote presidential intiatives and act as a conduit between the
Office of the President and the individual members of Congress, NGOs, and
other cooperative interest groups supportive of the President; 2) to act
as presidential link to other interest groups supportive of the President
in order to build support behind the President's programs; and 3) to act
as Presidential Adviser on legislative affairs.
Security Adviser and Director-General, National Security Council -
Jose T. Almonte
Compound, East Avenue, Cor. V. Luna Road
1104, Quezon City
Nos. : 712-54-26/922-73-31/922-73-82/922-95-25
No. : 922-28-92
The National Security Council advises the
President on the defense and security of the nation.
Adviser on Youth Affairs - Amina Rasul-Bernardo
Youth Commission, Filomena Bldg.
Rafael St., San Miguel, 1005, Manila
Nos. : 734-77-21/831-17-18
No. : 734-60-62
functions: 1) To formulate and coordinate
youth development programs and projects; 2) to act as a direct link between
the government and the youth sector on various youth-related projects;
and 3) to encourage the active participation of the youth in all government
and private programs, projects, and activities aimed at nation-building.
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