Memorandum Circular No. 62, s. 2014

Link to law: http://www.gov.ph/2014/01/29/memorandum-circular-no-62-s-2014/
Published: 2014-02-07

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Office of the President

of the Philippines

Malacañang

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 62

AUTHORIZING ALL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES INCLUDING GOVERNMENT-OWNED OR –CONTROLLED CORPORATIONS (GOCCs) AND ENCOURAGING LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS (LGUs) TO EXTEND SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION TO THE KABISIG PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT EXPO AND TRADE FAIR 2014

WHEREAS, the KABISIG People’s Movement (KABISIG) Program was created by virtue of Proclamation No. 650 (s.1990) in order to facilitate, coordinate, and monitor the implementation of government programs and projects, as well as to provide linkages between and among the private sector groups and government agencies and instrumentalities; and

WHEREAS, in pursuit of the above mandate, KABISIG is conducting the “KABISIG Philippine Government Expo and Trade Fair 2014” having the theme “Matuwid na Daan, Susi sa Tagumpay at Kaunlaran.” The project aims to bring together in one venue all government agencies and instrumentalities, including Government-Owned or –Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) and Local Government Units (LGUs), to feature their profiles, service facilities, programs, projects, products, and accomplishments. It is also an opportunity that will allow the government to promote public awareness and participation in national government.

NOW, THEREFORE, all heads of departments, agencies, and instrumentalities of the national government, including GOCCs are hereby directed to extend support and authorized to participate, and LGUs are hereby encouraged to extend support and participate, in the said expo and trade fair, subject to availability of funds and the usual government accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

This Memorandum Circular shall take effect immediately.

By authority of the President:

(Sgd.) PAQUITO N. OCHOA, JR.
Executive Secretary

Manila, Philippines 29 January 2014