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Human Resource Development Division

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GENERAL GUIDELINES
All DOTC Personnel shall be given equal chance and opportunity to be trained to enhance their competence in their present job and to be developed to assume higher position in the future. Training qualifications of personnel shall be based on the need of the organization, relevance to career path, experience, length of service, performance rating and satisfaction of minimum requirements (age limit and education) set by the host institution. All personnel while on training shall be temporarily relieved of their official functions.

 

Our Mission 

To provide relevant quality training and development programs that will help shape the knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes of the personnel in the Department, in its sectoral, regional and attached offices in support of the mission and objectives of the DOTC.

 

Our Vision
An essential part of the Department, the Human Resource Development Division is a team composed of highly committed, competent and effective service providers working together to develop and implement relevant training and development programs to help upgrade the skills and competence of the employees of the DOTC and influence their behaviors and attitudes toward the achievement of the plans and programs of the Department.


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comment_48 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What is the difference between a travel authority and a foreign travel order?

  2. When do I need a Foreign Travel Order /Travel Authority ?

  3. Why is there a need to still justify a travel while in fact it is an international commitment?

  4. Why are Consultants and Job order personnel cannot be nominated and eventually attend foreign scholarships?

  5. Are non-permanent personnel involved in undertaking and implementing foreign assisted projects allowed to attend trainings in connection with the projects?

  6. Can we allow an official to travel on official time to inspect or visit facilities as invited by the service contractors/providers/suppliers (i.e. Railway projects, constructions, maintenance of facilities)?

  7. Why are those on foreign official travels not allowed to claim clothing allowance?

  8. Who are entitled to P1,500.00 and P600.00 pre-travel expenses?

  9. Who are entitled to payment of travel tax?

  10. Who is entitled to daily subsistence allowance (DSA) and what is its basis?

  11. I am the Head of Delegation (HOD), am I automatically entitled to Representation Allowance?

  12. Why am I being requested to submit to DOTC HRDD, a Letter of Credentials as part of my documentary requirement  when I am attending an IMO meeting/ Workshop?

  13. As an Official Representative to an International Meeting, am I allowed to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding (MOA/MOU)?

    NOMINATION
  14. When can I qualify for application to another foreign scholarship, training, and seminar after the recent attended program?

  15. I am interested to avail myself of a personally solicited training/seminar, how do I go about  it to make it on official time?

  16. Is the age requirement set by the inviting institution always a setback/hindrance
    for nomination?


  17. Who has the final say in choosing/ selecting  the candidate for a particular foreign training/ seminar?

  18. PCG Officers are given the chance to work or be assigned as an Officer to  ReCAAP for two (2) years what are the requirements necessary to get a Travel Authority?

    PERSONAL TRAVEL
  19. How often can an official or employee avail himself of a personal travel in a year?

  20. How long will it take for a personal travel to be approved by the concerned signing officials putting into consideration that all the documentary requirements are submitted?

  21. I have a personal travel  to the United States of America for 15 days, who should be signing my travel authority?

  22. How can we make sure that all employees are given  equal opportunity for professional and staff development?

    LOCAL TRAINING
  23. Why is the seminar fee limited to P1, 200.00/day?

  24. Is there a limit as to the cost of seminar fee for invitations coming from         
    government entities?



    PRE and POST TRAINING
  25. What is the relevance of Training Needs Analysis (TNA)?

  26. Do I really need to submit a post travel report?

  27. What is the importance of an Action Plan after attending a training, seminar and
    scholarship?
  28. Why do we need to conduct an Echo Seminar?

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 Local Minimum Requirements


 The following minimum requirements should be met by all candidates for trainings, seminars, workshop and other study 
 related activities:

 
 Be an employee whether regular, casual, temporary, or contractual and have rendered at least six (6) months government
 service.

 Has no Pending Administrative Case.

 

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Local Service Obligation


Grantees of scholarships or participants in trainings, seminars, workshops and other study related activities shall render the service correspondingly:


 Without government expense (registration/tuition/seminar fee)

 

Duration
Required Service Contract
6 months and beyond
1 year
Below 6 months
6 months

 

 

 With government expense (registration/tuition/seminar fee), sponsored by Government Organization

 

Duration
Registration/Tuition/Seminar Fee Involved
Required Service Contract
10 days or less
Categoy 1
P1,000.00 to P9,000.00
3 Months
Categoy 2
Above P9,000.00 to
P15,000.00
6 Months
Categoy 3
Above P15,000.00 to
P30,000.00
8 Months
Categoy 4
Above P30,000.00 to
P45,000.00
1 Year
Categoy 5
Above P45,000.00 to
P60,000.00
1 Year
and 3 Months
Categoy 6
Above P60,000.00
1 and 1/2 Years

 

 

For seminars, trainings, workshops and other study related activities
-To accomplish Training/ Seminar Undertaking     
-To conduct echo seminar within 30 days upon return to work in coordination with the HRD Division     
-To submit report on the activity attended within 5 days upon return to work     
-To liquidate cash advances incurred, if any     
-To submit to the Personnel Division and HRD Division copy of the Certificate of Training/ Attendance immediately upon
  return to work.

For conferences, meetings and symposium
-To submit report on the activity attended within 5 days upon return to work
-To liquidate cash advances incurred, if any
-To submit to the Personnel Division and HRD Division copy of the Certificate of Training/ Attendance within 1 day after 

      upon return to work

In the event that the attendee fails to finish the activities through his/ her own fault or other causes within his/ her control, he/she shall be required to refund in full the expenses defrayed by the Office within the period of six (6) months.

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Local Training Fees & Allowances


AFFECTED BY ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 103

Pursuant to Administrative Order No. 103, Series of 2004, participation/ attendance in local trainings, seminars and workshops may be allowed but shall be limited to those that are urgent and necessary, or unless otherwise directed by the Secretary.

For private and non-government institution-sponsored trainings = not more than P1,200.00/day. Any amount in excess of the prescribed rate shall be at the expense of the participant.

In cases where the activity is held out-of-town, authorized participants may be entitled to per diems (P800.00), traveling, transportation and other expenses as authorized under existing budget and accounting rules and regulations.

Membership and similar fees paid for personal or individual membership in a private organizations, sponsored trainings, seminars, meetings, conferences, workshops shall be for the account of the member concerened and shall not be charged to government funds. However, Institutional Membership fees, i.e. agency membership, may be charged to government funds.

All attendees are required to prepare their respective payment vouchers.
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 Foreign Minimum Requirements


 A Candidate must:

 -    Have a permanent appointment

 -    Have no pending administrative case  


 -    Have at least two (2) years government service, one (1) year of which must be in the nominating agency   


 -    Have no pending application for a foreign scholarship, training or seminar under another program


 Technical Education & Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Basic Documentary Requirements


 -     Nomination Letter signed by the Chairman of the DOTC Scholarship Committee


 -     Personal Data Sheet to include list of training programs and seminars attended - 1 original, 1 certified copy


 -     Statement of PRESENT Actual Duties and Responsibilities (including past involvement) RELEVANT to the 

       course/program signed by the immediate superior - 1 original, 1 certified copy

 -     Certificate of No Pending Case


 -     Certificate of No Pending Scholarship Nomination (pls click on FORMS)

 

 -     Nominees' Performance Ratings for two consecutive semesters

 -     Certificate of Non-Withdrawal from attending the course, if accepted signed by the nominee and attested by the HRD

        Chief - 1 original

 -     Certification from a medical doctor stating that the nominee is FIT TO TRAVEL AND UNDERGO FOREIGN TRAINING with

        attached laboratory exam results of CBC, ECG, CHEST X-RAY & PREGNANCY TEST (for women) - 2 copies of the medical
        certificate, 1 set of the results

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Foreign Service Obligation


Grantees of scholarships or participants in trainings, seminars, workshops and other study related activities shall render the service correspondingly:

 

 

Duration
Required Service Contract

For every 6 months to
1 year

2 years
2 mos. < 6 mos.
1 year
< 2 mos.
6 months

 

 

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 Foreign Training Fees and Allowances

 
 AFFECTED BY ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 103


 For Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) rates please visit the United Nation - International Civil Service Commission website
 at  http://ics.un.org/map/as.asp


 Please note that the DSA being granted to foreign travel availees are based on existing UNDP rates at the time the Foreign 
 Travel Order is prepared by the HRD Division.


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 Required Documents for Various Foreign Travels


 Travel proposals should be received in the DOTC-Central Office not less than 20 working days prior to the scheduled date of 
 departure together with the following documents to avoid delays in the processing of papers and inconvenience to the
 signing authorities.


 For Scholarships/Trainings/Seminar/Workshops
 - Official request signed by the Head of Office
 - Invitation letter
 - Acceptance letter from the host institution/country
 - Service Record
 - Certification as to no pending administrative case
 - Scholarship contract
 - Minutes of DOTC/Agency Scholarship deliberation
 - Certification as to no pending tasks and designation of the staff/officer-in-charge who will assume the duties and
    responsibilities

 For Meetings/Conferences/Conventions/Special Mission

 

 - Official request signed by the Head of Office
 - Invitation letter
 - Acceptance letter from the host institution/country
 - Service records
 - Certification as to no pending administrative case
 - Certification as to no pending tasks and designation of the    staff/officer-in-charge who will assume the duties and
    responsibilities
 

 - Itemized statement of expenditures, with justification as to the necessity of such item of expense, certifying their
   availability and identifying what funds it will be charged


 Personal Travel

 

 - Official request signed by the Head of Agency
 

 - Letter request from the person who will travel
 - Approved  leave application
 - Clearance from properties and accountabilities (for 30 calendar days and above)
 - Certification as to no pending tasks and designation of the staff/officer-in-charge who will assume the duties and
    responsibilities


 Signed travel authorities should be released through DOTC-HRD Division

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 Foreign Travel Order Procedures


 In our commitment and determination to better serve our clients, the Human Resource Development (HRD) Division has
 come-up with a Manual of Procedures in the Nomination and Facilitation of Travel Documents for purposes of transparency 
 and facility in the overall process.


 These flowcharts provide clear direction and guidance in the availment and facilitation of scholarship abroad and in the 
 processing of requests for official or personal travel authorities.


 This is also in response to continually enhance and improve our working relation with our clientele as part of our Quality
 Circle Project.


 - Facilitation of Request for Personal Travel Order
 

 - Facilitation of Request for Travel Order to Attend Trainings, Seminars and Scholarships
 

 - Facilitation of Request for Travel Order to Attend International Commitments, Meetings and Conferences
 

 - Facilitation of Nomination to Foreign Trainings, Seminars and Scholarships (For Nominees coming from DOTC- Central
   Office)

 

 - Facilitation of Nomination to Foreign Trainings, Seminars and Scholarships (For Nominees coming from Sectoral Offices
   and Attached Agencies)


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DOTC Scholarship Committee      


CHAIRPERSON Assistant Secretary DANTE M. LANTIN

 MEMBERS Assistant Secretary ILDEFONSO T. PATDU, JR.

               Director ROWENA S. QUIOGUE

               DOTC Employees Association President, ROMMEL lLOYD MARTINEZ

 SECRETARIAT HRD DIVISION

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Required Documents

 

Travel proposals should be received in the DOTC-Central Office not less than 20 working days prior to the scheduled date of departure together with the following documents to avoid delays in the processing of papers and inconvenience to the signing authorities.

 - Official request signed by the Head of Office

 - Invitation letter

 - Acceptance letter from the host institution/country 

 - Service records 

 - Certification as to no pending administrative case

 - Certification as to no pending tasks and designation of the staff/officer-in-charge who will assume the duties and   
    responsibilities

 - Itemized statement of expenditures, with justification as to the necessity of such item of expense, certifying their
   availability and identifying what funds it will be charged


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Frequently Asked Questions:
 

1.    What is the difference between  a  travel authority  and a foreign travel order?
         A Travel Authority and a Foreign Travel Order is one and the same. 

       There are two types of Travel Orders, Foreign Travel Order  ( for foreign / oversees travel) and Local Travel Order  (for
       domestic travels)   -Back To Top-


2.   When do I need a Foreign Travel Order /Travel Authority ?
       Any  government employee leaving the country should have a travel authority regardless of nature and duration.  
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3.  Why is there a need to still justify a travel while in fact it is an international commitment?
        All Sectoral Offices/ Attached Agencies and Corporations are  to submit a list of International Commitments attended to by
        officials and employees of the Agency.


        If the request for a foreign travel order for an official or employee is not included in the submitted matrix by his/her agency, a 
        justification is necessary.


        Moreover, all officials and employees requesting for travel authority are required to submit satisfactory justification why the travel
        authority should be granted.


        Attendance to International Conference, seminars and meetings in itself, whether part of an international commitment or not,
        shall not be an acceptable justification for the said request. The additional justification must declare specific details including
        the exact objective of the trip, the role of every applicant in the conference, etc. and the gains that the applicant aims to bring
        back to his agency and/or the DOTC.


      Failure of the applicant/s to submit the required satisfactory justification will be a ground for denial of the request for
      travel authority.  -Back To Top-


4.  Why are Consultants and Job order personnel cannot be nominated and eventually attend foreign scholarships?
        It is a policy that candidates for trainings, scholarships or seminars must have a permanent appointment.  As career
        personnel, the Government will be able to make full use of whatever experience and knowledge they would acquire.
       -Back To Top-


5. Are non-permanent personnel involved in undertaking and implementing foreign assisted projects allowed to
       attend trainings in connection with the projects?

       Yes, they are allowed to travel.  -Back To Top-

6. Can we allow an official to travel on official time to inspect or visit facilities as invited by the service 
      contractors/providers/suppliers (i.e. Railway projects, constructions, maintenance of facilities)?

       Heads of agencies or officials in should seek clearance first from the Honorable Secretary prior to seeking travel
       authority.  A visit inspection of facilities could be allowed after post qualification of the contractor/supplier pursuant to
       R.A. 9184, RA 3019, and RA 6713.  Therefore, officials or employees are enjoined not to accept invitation to travel
       funded directly, fully, partially by contractors or suppliers of goods, equipment and services to undertake assessment of
       their capabilities as such contractors or suppliers.  -Back To Top-


7.  Why are those on foreign official travels not allowed to claim clothing allowance?
        Pursuant to  OP MC No. 52, series 0f 2003,  the grant of clothing allowance in connection with foreign trips of
        government officials and employees, regardless of nature/ purpose/ duration/ destination, is suspended indefinitely. 
       -Back To Top-


8. Who are entitled to P1,500.00 and P600.00 pre-travel expenses?
        Government officials and personnel authorized to travel abroad shall be entitled to P1,500.00 pre-travel expenses if the nature
        of  their trips are conferences, special missions, and other non-study trips.  On the other hand, those whose trips fall under the
        category of trainings and scholarships for academic and non-academic programs, including extensions are entitled to P600.00.

        -Back To Top-

9.  Who are entitled to payment of travel tax?
        The official foreign travels of government officials and personnel are exempted from the payment of travel tax, except
        for government-owned and controlled corporations and government financial institutions who are authorized to shoulder
        the travel tax of their personnel travelling abroad for official purposes.  -Back To Top-


10.  Who is entitled to daily subsistence allowance (DSA) and what is its basis?

          Attendees/delegates to international meetings are entitled to DSA based on the rates provided by UNDP every month. Said 
          rates cover the hotel and daily allowance which were carefully researched and studied by UNDP per region. However, DSA   
          will not be given to the attendees/delegates if the host country/institution will shoulder/cover their participation.


        If for example, only the accommodation will be  shouldered, the attendee is given DSA pro-rated, in other words the %
        amount to cover meals will still be given to him, not the full DSA amount.  -Back To Top-


11. I am the Head of Delegation (HOD), am I automatically entitled to Representation Allowance?
        No.  Representation allowance is only given to the Head of Delegation, if it will require said official to host meetings,
        outside of the Programs arranged by the Host Country,  and if and only when, giving of tokens to other delegates  is
        part of the Meeting's  protocol. -Back To Top-


12. Why am I being requested to submit to DOTC HRDD, a Letter of Credentials as part of my documentary
        requirement  when I am attending an IMO meeting/ Workshop?

        A letter of Credentials is a requirement to all international meetings relating to maritime concerns, particularly,
        International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Mobile Satellite Organization (IMSO), International Oil Pollution
        Compensation Funds (IOPC)  and other similar organization where the Philippines is invited to send its representatives.
        It is a requirement of DFA that all representatives/delegates of the Philippines shall be properly endorsed to said
        organization, hence request for a Letter of Credentials shall be forwarded/addressed to Undersecretary Jose Brillantes,
        Office of the United Nations and Other International Organizations,  Department of Foreign Affairs. This Letter of
        Credential shall be attached to the attendees request for Travel Authority.  -Back To Top-


13. As an Official Representative to an International Meeting, am I allowed to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement or
         Memorandum of Understanding (MOA/MOU).

       NO. The concerned official should seek first the approval of the President of the Philippines before entering into a MOA
       of MOU.  -Back To Top-

 

 

NOMINATION

14.When can I qualify for application to another foreign scholarship, training, and seminar after the recent
       attended program?

       To qualify for application to another foreign scholarships, trainings, and seminars, one must have rendered the required
       service obligation or at least  half of the required service obligation for scholarship, training or seminar recently
       attended at the time of nomination.  -Back To Top-


15. I am interested to avail myself of a personally solicited training/seminar, how do I go about  it to make it on
        official time?

        To make a personally solicited training/seminar on official time, the concerned applicant should course his application
        to the DOTC Scholarship Committee. The applicant  will  still have to submit the necessary documents for evaluation.   
        Then the Committee will officially nominate the applicant to the solicited training/scholarship.   -Back To Top-


16.  Is the age requirement set by the inviting institution always a setback/hindrance for nomination?
         In most cases, the age requirement has become a hindrance for nomination. However, this could still be waived by the
         inviting institution depending on the     justification submitted by the  nominating agency.  Also, if there are no
         contenders from the other agencies, a waiver will be requested as to the age requirement.   -Back To Top-


17.  Who has the final say in choosing/ selecting  the candidate for a particular foreign training/ seminar?

         All foreign training nominations pass through the DOTC Scholarship Committee.   -Back To Top-

18.  PCG Officers are given the chance to work or be assigned as an Officer to  ReCAAP for two (2) years what are
         the 
requirements necessary to get a Travel Authority.

         To avail of the said opportunity, said officer should seek for a Secondment from the DOTC Personnel Division for the
         approval of the Secretary before requesting for a Travel Authority. The TA will be then  signed by the concerned/
         designated DOTC official.   -Back To Top-



PERSONAL TRAVEL
 
19.  How often can an official or employee avail himself of a personal travel in a year?

         There is no limit as long as it is approved by the concerned official/s.  The     number of days to be covered in the
         requested personal travel will be charged     accordingly to the leave credits of the requesting party.   -Back To Top-


20.   How long will it take for a personal travel to be approved by the concerned signing officials putting into
           consideration that all the documentary requirements are submitted?   

         It will only take less than a week provided that the concerndd signing officials are available.  That's why, it would be
         better if applicants for personal travel file their request  complete with  all the attachments at least 2 to 3 weeks
         before the scheduled travel.   -Back To Top-

 

21.  I have a personal travel  to the United States of America for 15 days, who should be signing my travel authority?
 

If you are –

 

Recommending

Approval

a. Undersecretary, Assistant Secretary, Head of Sectoral/ Project Offices and Attached Agencies/ Corporations 

 

 

Undersecretary for Operations

Secretary

b.  DOTC Central Office Service Director and below

Assistant Secretary (Admin & Comptrollership)

Undersecretary for Operations

c.    For Personnel below Agency Head for Sectoral/ Project Offices and Attached Agencies and Corporations            (regardless of duration)

 

Agency Head

               *It is recommended  that  official declare the exact address of the place they will visit.
               **If the foreign travel is  in excess of 30 days the person is required to submit a duly signed clearance. -Back To Top-


22. How can we make sure that all employees are given  equal opportunity for professional and staff development?
         Training has always been considered a privilege and a tool for development.      That’s why it is encouraged that every
         employee should be given the opportunity for     development.  Likewise,  for the employee to recognize  the 
         importance of training and how it can tremendously affect  one’s professional and personal life, as well.    

   
         Every year, the HRD Division regularly conducts a Training Needs Assessment to     determine the trainings and other
         developmental activities of the employees.  However,     not  all  the identified trainings can be implemented due to
         prioritization and budegtery constraints. Learning is not only within the confines of the training room but is could also
         be achieved through reading educational materials, involvement in various activities,     surfing the net or even
         coaching/mentoring  on the part of the supervisor.  -Back To Top-

 


LOCAL TRAINING

23. Why is the seminar fee limited to P1, 200.00/day?
        Seminar fee sponsored by non-government and private organizations shall not exceed      P1, 200.00/day/participant. 
        Any  amount in excess of the prescribed rate shall be at the expense of the participant pursuant to DBM National Budget
        Circular No. 486 (issued 26 March 2003).   -Back To Top-


24. Is there a limit as to the cost of seminar fee for invitations coming from government entities?
         There is no limit as to the training cost. The limit only applies to private & non- government institution –sponsored trainings.
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PRE and POST TRAINING 
25.    What is the relevance of Training Needs Analysis (TNA)?
           The Training Needs Analysis (TNA) comes in as one of the significant part of the whole training process.  Through TNA,
           the training team will identify certain training needs of employees to improve their respective jobs/tasks (whether it
           may be technical, non- technical, computer literacy, or moral development). -Back To Top-


26.    Do I really need to submit a post travel report?
           YES, aside from the fact that it is a requirement in the Foreign/ Local  Travel Order issued to the official/ employee,
           a post travel report gauges the applicability of the meeting/seminar and help ascertain that the knowledge, skills,
           attitudes acquired will be useful to the employee and the organization through the action plan.    


             It also gives the DOTC HRDD an idea of what transpired in the seminar through the general evaluation of the attendee of the
             procedures, topics discussed, comments on the conduct of the program. This will be an important input in order for HRDD to 
             evaluate the applicability of the program, and whether it is worth to send additional employees to similar training in the
             future.   


          The DOTC HRDD has a database that keeps track of those who have/ have not submitted post travel reports.  A 
          subsequent request for a travel authority  of a previous availee of foreign travel is not acted upon,  until such time
          that one  has complied with all reportorial requirements. -Back To Top-


27.  What is the importance of an Action Plan after attending a training, seminar and scholarship?
          An action plan illustrates or highlights outputs of all the learning the grantee/s gained after attending trainings/seminars
          /scholarships. Through action plan, the grantee/s will be able to enumerate, identify and execute those learning and
          apply it to his/her daily tasks and key result areas. These will be then, an application of the new ideas and will
          eventually be a return of investment, beneficial to both DOTC and the employee. The Action Plan or re-entry Plan,
          which may be submitted as part of the Post Travel Report or as a separate document, shall include the following items:
          suggested activities or projects, timeframe and expected output, to be duly noted by the supervisors.    -Back To Top-


28.  Why do we need to conduct an Echo Seminar?
          We conduct an Echo Seminar in order for the grantee/s to evaluate/assess the relevance of the seminar attended.  
          Considering that only a minimal number of attendees is allowed per Division, it will  allow other co-employees to learn
          new ideas from the seminar conducted. -Back To Top-




























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The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is the primary policy, planning, programming, coordinating, implementing and administrative entity of the executive branch of the government on the promotion, development and regulation of a dependable and coordinated network of transportation and communications systems, as well as in the fast, safe, efficient and reliable transportation and communications services.

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  • that the DOTC is the biggest among the executive departments?

    The Department covers road, rail, air, water and communications sectors. To carry out its mandate, the Department has fifteen (15) attached agencies / corporations and three (3) line / sectoral offices.

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