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     A pearl buried inside a tightly-shut shell is practically worthless.  Government information is a pearl, meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.  The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in acess to government information.  On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.  This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right direction towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient - a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.
Conditions Common to National Government Agencies and GOCCs

1.  Transparency Seal
.  PhilGEPS Posting
          On COA’s Audit Observation Memorandum AOM 11-004 (2010) dated 25 February 2011, PNCC invoked the ruling stated in PNCC vs. Pabion& Ramiro (GR No.      131715, 8 December 1999) that PNCC is a private corporation long before the promulgation of Republic Act 9184, and being so, PNCC has its own Board approved      policy on procurement. PNCC’s procurement manual is moreover certified under ISO. An examination of PNCC’s procurement manual and the provisions of R.A.      9184 (from which PhilGEPs draw its inspiration) will show that the state’s policy on procurement and that of PNCC are identical, and does not depart from one      another. PNCC’s Procurement Manual is consistent with best practices in the industry.
          At best, the provisions in the government procurement system can only be applied to PNCC suppletorily.

3.  Cash Advance Liquidation
     1.  Cash Advance Liquidation (as of November 30, 2015)
     2.  Report on Ageing (as of November 30, 2015)
4.  Citizen's Charter
5.  Concrete and timebound plan and actions taken towards complying with the Government Quality Management System Standards (GQMSS) pursuant to E.O. No.      605, s. 2007 as of October 31, 2015
6.  Timebound Action Plan for addressing COA Notice of Disallowances (ND) and Audit Observation Memoranda (AOM)

  Conditions Specific to GOCCs covered by R.A. No. 10149:

1.  On Institutional Matters
     1.  Latest version of the Articles of Incorporation
     2.  List of subsidiaries and affiliates
     3.  General Information Sheet

2.  On Board and Officers
     1.  List of all Directors and Officers with Attached Resume and Membership in Board
     2.  Complete compensation package of all board members and officers, including travel, representation, transportation and any other forms of expenses or  
     3.  Information on Board Committees and their activities
     4.  Attendance Record of members of the Board Committee meetings

3.  On Financial and Operational Matters
     1.  Audited Financial Reports within 30 days from receipt of report
     2.  Audited Financial Statements in the immediate past 3 years
     3.  Quarterly, Annual Reports and Trial Balance
     4.  Trial Balance (2015 Third Quarter)
     5.  Trial Balance (2015 Second Quarter)
     6.  Trial Balance (2015 First Quarter)
     7.  Taxes Paid

     8.  COB 2015
          COB 2014
          COB 2013
     9.  Local and foreign borrowings (not applicable)
   10.  Government subsidies and net lending (not applicable)
   11.  All Borrowings guarantees by the government (not applicable)
   12.  Any material risk factors and measures taken to manage such risks
   13.  Performance Agreement for CY 2015-2016

4.  On Governance Matters
    1.  Charter Statement / Mission - Vision
    2.  Final 2015 PNCC Performance Scorecard and Strategy Map
    3.  Monitoring Report of 2015 Performance Targets - Third Quarter
    4.  Organizational Chart
    5.  Manual of Corporate Governance
    6.  CSR Statement
    7.  Balance Scorecard
    8.  No Gift Policy