- Adoption of Agency Accounting System for Compulsory Contributions/Premiums
- Letter of Instructions No. 1102
January 13, 1981
LETTER OF INSTRUCTIONS NO. 1102
|TO||:||The Ministry of the Budget|
|The Ministry of Finance|
|The Ministry of Local Government and|
|The Heads of Local Governments|
|The Managing Heads of All Government-Owned or Controlled Corporations|
|The Commission on Audit|
|SUBJECT||:||Adoption of Agency Accounting System for Compulsory Contributions/Premiums to Facilitate Remittance of Contributions Under PD 1146, RA 6111, and PD 626|
WHEREAS, the social-security and insurance program of the Philippines is internationally recognized as one of the most advanced programs in the world both in number of contingency benefits and scope of application; casia
WHEREAS, the benefits under the program become meaningful and serve the purpose intended by the law only if they are paid in right amounts to the rightful claimants when and as they fall due;
WHEREAS, the expeditious settlement of these benefits for government employees depends to a large measure on the prompt payment and systematic accounting of the contributions mandated by law to be remitted to the Government Service Insurance System;
WHEREAS, the Government Service Insurance System, recognizing this need, had prescribed an Agency Accounting System to effectively and efficiently account for all contributions provided under the
WHEREAS, the cooperation and assistance of all government agencies are needed in the implementation of the Agency Accounting System; aisa dc
NOW, THEREFORE, I, FERDINAND E. MARCOS, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order and instruct:
SECTION 1. The Ministry of the Budget and the managing heads of all government-owned or -controlled corporations shall remit directly to the Government Service Insurance System quarterly in advance the government shares of the compulsory contributions due under acd
SECTION 2. The heads of local governments shall likewise remit directly to the GSIS their shares of compulsory contributions due under the laws mentioned in the preceding paragraph from their approved special budget subject to the same conditions stated in Section 1 hereof. The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Local Governments and Community Development are hereby enjoined to assist in the implementation of this provision affecting the local governments' compulsory contributions by prescribing the necessary rules and regulations applicable in the matter.
SECTION 3. The Ministry of the Budget, in accordance with existing budgetary policy, shall prescribe rules and regulations related to the remittance to the GSIS of the compulsory contributions with the end in view of ensuring that contributions made shall be in accordance with the number of government officials and employees actually covered by the System pursuant to the provisions of the above-cited laws.
SECTION 4. All agencies shall permit to the System all outstanding compulsory contributions payable under cd i
SECTION 5. The System shall consider as fully paid all compulsory contributions of the agencies concerned, including personal and government shares, upon receipt of their remittance made under the preceding paragraph, subject to such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the System.
SECTION 6. The System shall collect from the ministry or agency concerned any undeducted and/or unremitted compulsory contributions that may be found outstanding upon verification by the GSIS, with recourse by the said agencies to deduct from the employees' salaries their corresponding unpaid personal shares. This is, however, without prejudice to the application of appropriate remedies and penalties provided under existing laws and decrees for nondeduction, nonremittance, and/or misappropriation of the contributions/premiums due the System.
SECTION 7. The System shall issue the necessary circular to implement the provisions of this Letter of Instructions.
SECTION 8. This Letter of Instructions shall take effect immediately.
DONE in the City of Manila, this 13th day of January, 1981. cdtai