Senate Bill No. 1116, 18th Congress of the Republic

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AN ACT GRANTING CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBILITY TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS, WHOSE STATUS OF APPOINTMENT IS EITHER CASUAL OR CONTRACTUAL, AND WHO HAVE CONTINUOUSLY RENDERED A TOTAL OF TEN (10) YEARS OF EEFICIENT SERVICE
Short Title
GRANTING CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBILITY TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Date filed
October 14, 2019

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 828, 17th Congress

Long Title
RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE, GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, TO CLARIFY THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST PROVISION OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6713 OR THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES DUE TO REPORTS OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS EXERTING UNDUE INFLUENCE TO SECURE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 29, 16th Congress

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RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON THE STATUS OF THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE INSURANCE SYSTEM (GSIS) SOCIAL INSURANCE FUND AND THE NUMEROUS COMPLAINTS RAISED AGAINST GSIS FOR ALLEGED INEFFICIENCIES IN THE PROCESSING AND DELIVERY OF MEMBERS' BENEFITS, WITH THE END IN VIEW OF ENSURING A HEALTHY PENSION FUND SYSTEM THAT WOULD BE RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS OF ITS MEMBERS

Senate Bill No. 1154, 18th Congress of the Republic

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AN ACT MANDATING THE INTEGRATION OF THE NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES UNDER REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6541, ENTITLED 'AN ACT TO ORDAIN AND INSTITUTE A NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES', AS A MAJOR SUBJECT IN THE CURRICULUM OF THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, SANITARY ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE, AND ITS INCLUSION AS A TOPIC IN THE LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS FOR THESE PROFESSIONS
Short Title
NATIONAL BUILDING CODE INTEGRATION
Date filed
November 6, 2019

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 38, 16th Congress

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RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICES TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON GOVERNMENTAL PROCEDURES ON SECURING DIFFERENT TYPES OF PERMITS AND LICENSES, WITH THE END IN VIEW OF STREAMLINING BUREAUCRATIC PROCESSES, LESSEN IF NOT TOTALLY ELIMINATE RED TAPE AND ULTIMATELY DEVELOP A 'FEES BOOK' OR A UNIVERSAL GUIDE TO ALL THESE TRANSACTIONS FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL THOSE WHO TRANSACT WITH THE GOVERNMENT

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 102, 16th Congress

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RESOLUTION URGING THE APPROPRIATE SENATE COMMITTEE/S TO COMMENCE IMMEDIATELY A FULL DELIBERATION, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON THE PROPOSED FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION ITS EFFECTS TO THE CITIZENS, EFFICIENCY IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE, AS A CRUCIAL FRAMEWORK TO PROMOTE INVESTMENTS FOR THE COUNTRY AND FOR MEANINGFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TWIN PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN THE BUREAUCRACY

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 135, 16th Congress

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RESOLUTION URGING THE APPROPRIATE SENATE COMMITTEE/S TO CONDUCT A RELEVANT STUDY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON THE VARIOUS LAWS AND POLICIES GOVERNING APPLICATION FOR LICENSES, PERMITS AND CLEARANCES INCLUDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE E-COMMERCE LAW WITH THE INTENTION OF SIMPLIFYING BUREACRATIC PROCEDURES, ERADICATING RED TAPE AND PROMOTING PHILIPPINE COMPETITIVENES

Senate Bill No. 1200, 18th Congress of the Republic

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AN ACT MANDATING THE COMPLIANCE OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND ITS INSTRUMENTALITIES AND GOVERNMENT-OWNED AND/OR CONTROLLED CORPORATIONS TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS, PROMOTING AND PRESERVING THE WELFARE OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
Short Title
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ACT OF 2019
Date filed
November 27, 2019

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 211, 16th Congress

Long Title
RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE AND GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION AND OTHER APPROPRIATE COMMITTEES TO LOOK INTO, INQUIRE, AND INVESTIGATE, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, THE RECENT SEA MISHAP INVOLVING THE COLLISION BETWEEN M/V ST. THOMAS OF AQUINAS AND THE CARGO VESSEL M/V SULPICIO EXPRESS 7 OUTSIDE THE CENTRAL PORT OF CEBU, TO REVIEW THE DISTRIBUTION AND ALLOCATION OF POWERS, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES BETWEEN AND AMONG THE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES INVOLVED IN MARITIME SAFETY AND TRAVEL WITH THE END IN VIEW OF ENACTING REMEDIAL LEGISLATION TO STRENGTHEN THE SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS ON MARITIME TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL

Senate Bill No. 1201, 18th Congress of the Republic

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AN ACT RENAMING THE RANK CLASSIFICATION IN THE BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6975, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT OF 1990
Short Title
RENAMING THE RANK CLASSIFICATION IN THE BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY
Date filed
November 27, 2019

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 921, 16th Congress

Long Title
RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE AND GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION AND OTHER PERTINENT COMMITTEES OF THE PHILIPPINE SENATE TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON THE GROWING CRISIS IN THE COUNTRY'S NURSING PROFESSION, SUCH THAT CORRECTIVE MEASURES SHALL BE CRAFTED AND/OR REMEDIAL ACTIONS SHALL BE UNDERTAKEN, TO ONCE AND FOR ALL ADDRESS THE CONCERNS, PROBLEMS AND/OR ISSUES PERENNIALLY AFFECTING THE PROFESSION

Senate Bill No. 1256, 18th Congress of the Republic

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AN ACT INSTITUTIONALIZING THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AS THE INDEPENDENT ECONOMIC AND PLANNING AGENCY OF THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT, DEFINING ITS FUNCTIONS AND AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 230 SERIES OF 1987, AS AMENDED, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
Short Title
THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ACT OF 2019
Date filed
December 19, 2019

Proposed Senate Resolution No. 1048, 16th Congress

Long Title
RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE AND GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION TO CONDUCT AN INQUIRY, IN AID OF LEGISLATION, ON THE ALLEGED FAILURE OF THE PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION (PRC), THROUGH ITS BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE, TO PROPERLY IMPLEMENT AND/OR UNDERTAKE THE INTEGRATION OF THE ARCHITECTURE PROFESSION, AS PROVIDED UNDER REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9266, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ARCHITECTURE ACT OF 2004, WHICH IS APPARENTLY AFFECTING THE UNITY AND HARMONY OF ARCHITECTS IN THE COUNTRY