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I. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE BOARD

1.   Board Composition

Board Director's Profile CY2018
Board Director's Profile CY2017
Board Director's Profile CY2016

2.   Board Committees

Board Comittees CY2018
Board Committees CY2017
Board Committees CY2016

3.   Approved Schedules of Board Meetings

Schedule of GB Called Meetings for CY2018
Schedule of GB Called Meetings for CY 2017
Schedule of GB Called Meetings for CY 2016

4.   Board Attendance

Board Committees Meetings Attendance of the Governing Board for CY2018  (Year End Report)
Board Committees Meetings Attendance of the Governing Board for CY2017
Board Committees Meetings Attendance of the Governing Board for CY2016

5.   Role of the Board in Corporate Strategy

The Board reviews, analyses and amends the vision, mission and strategy map of the Authority. They likewise analyse and approve corporate strategies and performance measures prior to presenting with the Governance Commission on GOCC (GCG).

The Board conducts Annual Policy Review and Program Assessment and Planning Workshop and Annual Performance Assessment of individual Board of Directors, Chairman and the Administrator.

CY 2017 PCA Annual Policy Review / Program Assessment and Planning Workshop and the Annual Performance Assessment of Individual Board of Directors, Chairman and the Administrator will be held on the first quarter of 2018.

Br# 014-2017: Approving the 2016 Board Annual Policy Review & Program Assessment & Planning Workshop
Br# 055-2017Approving the Output of the 2016 Annual Assessment of Programs and Planning Workshop
Br# 126-2016Approving the 2016 Annual Policy Review & Program Assessment & Planning Workshop
Br# 056-20152015 Annual Policy Review and Program Assessment and Planning Workshop

Br# 161-2015Approving the 2015 Annual Performance Assessment of the Governing Board, its Members and the Administrator

The Board promulgates and adopts the corporate governance rules and principles in accordance with the approved PCA Manual of Corporate Governance.

The Board also ensures the adequacy of internal control practices, accuracy and reliability of financial reporting and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

PCA Manual of Corporate Governance Article IV, Sec. 15 page 14(t)

How does the board oversee the implementation of the corporate strategy?

The Board monitors and oversee the implementation of the Corporate Strategy as it is being discussed over every committee meetings of the Audit and Governance Committees. The management reports to the Board on a monthly basis.

PCA Manual of Corporate Governance Article IV, Sec. 15 page 13(p)

When did the board review the corporate strategy?

During the Board Meeting held in Malacañang on the 17th of May 2017, has reviewed the PCA Corporate Strategy, Strategy Map and Charter Statement for CY2017.

Br# 058-2017Approving the 2017-2022 Strategy Map, Charter Statement & 2017 Performance Scorecard

6.   Code of Ethics

The provisions of the Code of Ethics shall apply to all officials and employees of PCA. It is the duty of all PCA officials and employees who witness or become aware of any violation of the Code of Ethics by any PCA personnel or any attempted or consummated act of graft and corruption involving any PCA personnel to report the same at the earliest possible time to the Legal Affairs Service of the Authority.

PCA Code of Conduct for the Officials and Employees of Philippine Coconut Authority
PCA Manual of Corporate Governance Article VIII, Sec. 23-29 pages 25-26
PCA Implementation for No Gift Policy (MC No. 3 s.2015)

7.   Board Committees' Accomplishment Report

PCA Governing Board Committees Report for CY 2018
PCA Governing Board Committees Report for CY 2017
PCA Governing Board Committees Report for CY 2016

8.   Access to Information (Board Materials)

As per Board Resolution #013-2008, all board matters should be submitted to the Board thru the Office of the Corporate Secretary 5 working days before the scheduled board meeting.

Br. No. 0013-2008: Policy on Immediate Submission of Documents for Agenda

9.   Internal Control (including Internal Audit(Profile))

The Internal Audit Service is directly reporting to the Audit Committee on a regular basis.
Risk Management System
PCA Manual of Corporate Governance Article IV, Sec. 16 pages 15-16 (b)
PCA Manual of Corporate Governance Article VI, Internal Audit Dept. page 19

10. Risk Management System

Risk Management Program

11. Board Appraisal System

Criteria and Procedure in the Board Appraisal System

12. Corporate Secretary (Profile)

13. Performance Evaluation System (based on GCG assessment)

  • Performance Scorecard CY2018 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

•  2017 GCG-PCA Performance Scorecard (For validation of GCG)
•  2016 GCG-PCA Performance Scorecard
•  2015 GCG-PCA Performance Scorecard

II. DISCLOSURE AND TRANSPARENCY

A.   Audited Annual Financial Reports

Year of the Report

Date Receipt from COA

Date Published

2018 Audited Financial Statement (Year End Report)

   

2017 Audited Financial Statement

June 22, 2018

June 25, 2018

2016 Audited Financial Statement

June 30, 2017

July 3, 2017

2015 Audited Financial Statement

Sept. 27, 2016

Sept. 29, 2016

2014 Audited Financial Statement

Sept. 01, 2015

 Sept. 03, 2015

2013 Audited Financial Statement

Sept. 08, 2014

 Sept. 10, 2014

B.   Annual Reports

Year of the Report

Date Published

2018 Annual Report(Year End Report)

 

2017 Annual Report

December 21, 2017

2016 Annual Report

July 18, 2017

2015 Annual Report

Dec. 14, 2016

2014 Annual Report

Feb. 6, 2015

2013 Annual Report

Jan. 31, 2014

C.   State the location of the following information in the annual report/audited annual financial report

The Annual Report 2018 is still for preparation.

Corporate Objective

2015 Annual Report, pg. 1, 5-20
Corporate Objectives CY 2015

Financial Performance Indicators

*Full disclosure of all financial matters & transaction were included in the annual financial report.

 

In Compliance with Sec. 43 of GCG MC 2012-07:
On Financial and Operational Matters

2015 Annual Report, page 112

Non-financial Performance Indicators

2015 Annual Report, pages 110

Details of whistle blowing policy

2015 Annual Report, pages 110-111

Biographical details (at least age, date of first appointment, relevant experience and any other directorships of listed companies) of directors/commissioners

Transparency Seal Sec. 43:
On Board and Directors Matters

 

2015 Annual Report, pages 65-66

Training and/or continuing education programme attended by each director/commissioner

As required by the GCG through its M.C No. 2012-05, Sec. 2 Art. %, each Appointive Directors shall attend a special seminar on public corporate governance for Directors conducted by the GCG or any individual or entity accredited by GCG. Thus, this Office had included the training and seminars for each Appointive Directors in its annual budget. Since there was a change of Administration for that year, the said training/seminar did not push through.

Statement of full compliance with the code of CG

2015 Annual Report, page 106

Review of the GOCC's material controls (including operational, financial and compliance controls) and risk management systems

The Annual Report 2018 is yet to be completed by the Management

Statement from the Board of Directors or Audit Committee commenting on the adequacy of the GOCC's internal controls/risk management systems

2015 Annual Report, page 106

 

III. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

1.   Customers' Welfare

Policies and Activities
Corporate Social Responsibility page 1
2015 Annual Report, page 107

2.   Interaction with Communities

Policies and Activities
Corporate Social Responsibility page 2
2015 Annual Report, page 107-108

3.   Environmentally-friendly Value Chain

Policies and Activities
Corporate Social Responsibility page 3
2015 Annual Report, page 108-109

4.   Contact details for complaints of other stakeholders

PCA Citizen's Charter, Feedback and Redress Mechanism (With contact details)
Corporate Social Responsibility page 4
2015 Annual Report, page 110

5.   Employees' Welfare and Development

Policies and Activities
PCA Citizen's Charter, Feedback and Redress Mechanism (With contact details)
Corporate Social Responsibility page 4 2015 Annual Report, page 110

6.   Employee Training and Development (programs and relevant data)

2018 Training
2017 Training
2016 Training
2015 Training
2015 Annual Report page 110

7.   Whistle Blowing Policy

      MC No. 02 series of 2016: Establishing the PCA Internal Whistleblowing Policy
      GCG Whistle Blowing Web Portal
      2015 Annual Report pages 110-111

Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) on Coconut + Lanzones
Field Application of Common Salt on Cooking Banana Cultivar ´Cardaba´
Enhancement of Economic Benefits from Selected Coco-based Farming Systems Practices & Technologies
Productive and Sustainable Coconut Farming Ecosystems as Potential Carbon "Sinks" in Climate-Change Minimization
Coconut+Cacao Cropping Model
Salt - An Effective and Cheap Fertilizer for High Coconut Productvity
Coco-Biodiesel: For a Cleaner Enbironment! For Economic Development
Coconut Methyl Ester (CME As Petro Diesel Quality Enhancer)
Bio-Organic Fertilizer (BOF) From Coir Dust and Animal Manures
Brownies - Coconut Flour
Control of Cocont Bud and Fruit Rots
Coconut Cadang-Cadang Disease Primer
The Light Levels Under Coconut Canopy and their Practical Applications in Intercropping
Chocolate Chips Sapal Cookies
Coconut-Banana Intercropping
Coconut + Gmelina Cropping System. A Coconut Based Farming System For Increased Productivity
Coconut Processing Technologies - Coconut Flour
Coconut Processing Technologies - Coconut Milk
Coconut Processing Technologies - Young Coconut Water
Utilization of COCOPEAT in Coconut Production
Coco-Planting: Ang Pagtatanim ng Semilya na Pintubo sa Karaniwang Punlaan
Producing High Value "Organic and Green" Foods from Coco Sap at Village Level
Coco Coir/Fiber Production
Cocont Delight
Cocont Yield and Profitability Under Two Practical Options: Common Salt and Multi-Nutrient Application on Bearing Trees
Cocont Fiber Board
Production of Coconut Flour and Virgin Cocont Oil
Productive and Sustainable Coconut Farming Ecosystems as Potential Carbo "Sinks" in Climate Change Minimization
Cooconut Variety for Commercial Buko Production - Galas Green Dwarf (GALD)
Genetically Multi-Ancestored Farmers' Composite Variety - "A Sustainable Option for Farmers"
Control the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle using the Green Muscardine Fungus (GMF)
Goat Manure and Coconut By-Products
Primer on Biological Control of Hagonoy (Chromolaena Odorata)
Leaf Spot Disease of Coconut
The Small Limacodid Penthocrates sp. A Pest on Coconut
Macaroons
Coconut Embryo for the Propagation of Makapuno Seedlings
Mineral Macro-Nutrients of, Micro-Nutrients and Other Elements in Leaves of Malunggay Plant (Molinga Oleifera)
Coco-Noodles
Wares and Novelty Items From Coconut Fruit Residues: One-Nut Concept
Coco Pandesal
Catigan Green Dwarf x Tagnanan Tall
Tacunan Green Dwarf x Tagnanan Tall
Coconut Leaf Pruning: A Potential Tool for Higher Farm Productivity
Control Rodents in Coconut
Sequential Coconut Toddy and Nut Production (SCTNP) Techonology
Optimizing Benefits From Fertilization of Bearing Coconuts by Skipping Annual Fertilizer Application Every Three Years
Integrated Pest Management for Slug Caterpillar
The False Spider Mites (Rarosiella Cocosae Rimando) a Sucking Pest of Coconut
Stem Bleeding Disease of Coconut
Coconut Variety For Commercial Buko Production: Tacunan Green Dwarf (TACD)
A New Coconut Accession: Tutupaen Tall (TTPT)
Underplanting of Young Bearing Palms for the Production of the Edible Vegetative Pith or "Ubod"
Frequently Asked Questions on Virgin Coconut Oil
Implementing Rules and Regulations to Enforce Standards in the Production and Marketing of Virgin Coconut Oil
Virgin Cocont Oil Processing
  Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations, Disbursements and Balances