- Private Sector Participation in Formulation of the Country's Development Plans and Programs
- Executive Order No. 1014
March 22, 1985
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 1014
INSTITUTIONALIZING ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR THROUGH THE PRESIDENTIAL PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL, IN THE FORMULATION OF THE COUNTRY'S DEVELOPMENT PLANS AND PROGRAMS
WHEREAS, national interest calls for coordination between the government which determines the direction, sets priorities and formulates the country's development plans and programs for the various sectors of the economy and the private sector which participates in the implementation of these policies and programs;
WHEREAS, the need for careful planning and guided implementation of policies and programs has become more acute, considering the financial and economic constraints being experienced by the country;
WHEREAS, the Presidential Productivity Council has been organized to act as the private sector economic advisory group to the President;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, FERDINAND E. MARCOS, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the
SECTION 1. All government ministries, agencies and institutions shall cooperate with and make available to the Presidential Productivity Council such information and data as it may require to carry out its functions.
SECTION 2. All government ministries, agencies and institutions shall inform the Presidential Productivity Council of the preparation of economic development plans and programs and shall actively consult the Council in the formulation of such plans and programs prior to their finalization.
SECTION 3. Towards facilitating the flow of information to and conduct of dialogues with the Presidential Productivity Council, all government ministries, agencies and institutions shall designate an officer, of the rank of Director or higher, to liaise with the Presidential Productivity Council.
SECTION 4. The Minister of Trade and Industry, as Director General of the Presidential Productivity Council, shall facilitate the conduct of cross sectoral dialogues between the Presidential Productivity Council and other ministries, agencies and institutions, whenever necessary and provide the necessary support and facilities to carry out its functions.
SECTION 5. The Presidential Productivity Council shall be regularly appraised by the various government agencies and ministries, particularly the National Economic and Development Authority on the actual performance vis-a-vis the targeted results of the development plan and solicit the views and opinions from the members of the Presidential Productivity Council.
SECTION 6. This Order shall take effect immediately. acd
DONE in the City of Manila, this 22nd day of March, in the year of Our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five.
Published in the Official Gazette, Vol. 81 No. 13 page 1283 on April 1, 1985.