Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan 2004-2010 

The Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan, 2004-2010 is the country’s economic development blueprint for the next six years. It fleshes out the 10-point legacy of the Arroyo Administration. Subdivided into five parts: economic growth and job creation; energy; social justices and basic needs; education and youth; and anti-corruption and good governance. Its basic task is to fight poverty by building prosperity for the greater number of the Filipino people.

Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan 2001-2004

This document embodies the government’s socioeconomic policies, strategies and programs in support of the Macapagal-Arroyo Administration’s vision to win the war against poverty through the following core themes, namely: trabaho (employment), edukasyon (education), pabahay (housing), and pagkain sa bawat mesa (food in every table).

Socio-Economic Report 2002 (SER) 

Approved by the President for implementation pursuant to Executive Order No. 265, dated July 12, 2000, the Government Information Systems Plan GISP, to be known as “Philippine Government Online,” sets the vision and framework for electronic governance in the Philippines. It prioritizes key frontline services and common application systems for development and implementation over the next
4-5 years.

Government Information System Plan

Approved by the President for implementation pursuant to Executive Order No. 265, dated July 12, 2000, the Government Information Systems Plan GISP), to be known as “Philippine Government Online,” sets the vision and framework for electronic governance in the Philippines. It prioritizes key frontline services and common application systems for development and implementation over the next
4-5 years.

National Framework for Physical Planning 2001-2030 (Executive Summary)

The National Framework for Physical Planning 2001-2030 (NFPP) provides the analytical parameters for the planned allocation, use and management of the country’s land and other physical resources. The NFPP serves as a framework through which the planning and management of these resources are guided at the national and subnational levels.

NEDA CIRCULAR

DOF-DBM-NEDA JOINT CIRCULAR NO_1-2013

“Directing and Authorizing all Heads of Departments, Bureaus, Commissions, Agencies, Offices and Instrumentalities of the National Government, including Government-Owned and/or -Controlled Corporations (GOCCs), to rationalize the rates of their fees and charges, increase their existing rates and impose new fees and charges”.

NEDA Circular 01-2009 

“Guidelines for the Formulation of, and Issuance of Certifacation of Inclusion of Programs, Projects and Activities in, the National Priority Plan”.

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

EO 184 (29 May 2015)

Promulgating the Tenth Regular Foreign Investment Negative List

EO 423 (30 April 2005)

Repealing Executive Order No. 109-A dated September 18, 2003 prescribing the Rules and Procedures on the Review and Approval of all Government Contracts to Conform with Republic Act No. 9184, otherwise known as “The Government Procurement Reform Act”

EO 146 (13 November 2013)

Delegating to the National Economic and Development Authority Board the Power of the President to Approve the Reclamation Projects

pdf-icon Implementing Rules and Regulations of EO 146

Publication Date: 07 February 2015, The Manila Times
Effectivity Date:  22 February 2015

EO 98 (29 October 2012)
Promulgating the Ninth Regular Foreign Investment Negative List

EO 8 (9 September 2010)
Reorganizing and Renaming the Build-Operate and Transfer (BOT) Center to the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Center of the Philippines and Transferring Its Attachment from the Department of Trade and Industry to the National Economic and Development Authority and for other purposes.

EO 584– 6 January 2007 – GMA:
Republic Act (RA) No. 7042, otherwise known as the Foreign Investments Act of 1991, as amended by RA 8179, provides for the formulation of a Regular Foreign Investment Negative List covering investment areas/activities which may be opened to foreign investors and/or reserved to Filipino nationals.

EO 420 – 13 April 2005 – GMARequiring All Government And Controlled Corporation To Streamile And Harmonize Their Identification (ID) Systems, And Authorizing For Such Purpose The Director-General, National Economic And Development Authority To Implement The Same, And Other Purposes

EO 278 – 02 Feb 2004 – GMA:

Prescribing Guidelines for Project Loan Negotiations and Packaging of Government Foreign-Assisted Infrastructure Projects.

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  • Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines (CIAP) Guidelines

As approved by the INFRACOM on 6 December 2006    Date Posted: 6 June 2007

  • CIAP Guidelines to Determine Filipino Capability in Undertaking Specific Requirements for Consulting Services and/or Construction of Infrastructure Projects

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EO 257 – 15 Dec 2003 – GMA:

Creating a Regional Development Committee (RDC) under the NEDA Board

PRESIDENTIAL DECREES

P.D. 1067 – The Water Code of the Philippines
Implemeting Rules and Regulations (IRR) of PD 1067

images IRR of PD 1067 (Final Draft as of 05 January 2005)

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REPUBLIC ACTS

RA No. 9729 – An Act Mainstreaming Climate Change into Government Policy Formulations, Establishing the Framework Strategy and Program on Climate Change, Creating and Program on Climate Change Commission, and for other purposes

R. A. No. 7718 – The Philippine BOT Law

Guidelines on the Preparation, Review and Approval, and Implementation of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Projects Proposed for Financing Under Republic Act (RA) No. 6957, as amended by R.A. No. 7718, otherwise known as the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law

BOT Law IRR Amendments 2012

Annex A of BOT IRR Amendments 2012

BOT Law IRR Amendments 2006

Annex A of BOT IRR, 2006

R.A. 9184 – Government Procurement Reform Act

pdf-iconIRR of RA 9184

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R.A. 9136 – An Act Ordaining Reforms in the Electric Power Industry, Amending for the Purpose Certain Laws and for Other Purposes (“Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001”)

RESOLUTIONS

Social Development Committee (SDC) – The SDC advises and assists the President and the NEDA Board on matters concerning social Development and the delivery of other social services. It also coordinates the activities of government Agencies corcerned with social development and recommends appropriate policies, programs and projects consistent with the national development objectives.

GUIDELINES

Guidelines on the Utilization of the Feasibility Studies (F/S) Fund

pdf-icon Guidelines on the Utilization of the Feasibility Studies (F/S) Fund

Guidelines for the Formulation of the List of Foreign Retailers Selling High-End or Luxury Goods

pdf-iconGuidelines and Requirements

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2013 Revised Guidelines and Procedures for Entering into Joint Venture (JV) Agreements Between Government and Private Entities

pdf-icon Approved 2013 JV Guidelines as of 03 May 2013

Guidelines and Procedures for Entering into Joint Venture (JV) Agreements Between Government and Private Entities Per Section 8 of EO 423

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Harmonized Gender and Development Guidelines for Project Development, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation

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Guidelines for the Registration and Administration of Incentives Under Executive Order No. 226 of Firms Providing Community Access

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Guidelines for the Registration and Administration of Incentives Under E.O. 226 of Information Technology Services

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Guidelines for the Registration and Administration of Incentives Under E.O. 226 of Internet Service Providers

Link to Site

Guidelines on the Registration of Information Technology (IT) Enterprises and the Establishment and Operation of IT Parks/Buildings

Link to Site

INTER-AGENCY CONCERN

Resolution no 2 series 2008

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