PMDP Alumnus’ Paper on Public Policy Analysis Turns into a Bill

Mr. David B. Bungallon

Photo: TESDA

 The policy paper of PMDP MMC Batch 4 alumnus David B. Bungallon of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) was presented to the Congress as House Bill 2141: “An Act Repealing Republic Act 7834 and Establishing the Cordillera State Institute of Technical Education Integrating the Technology Institutions of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority in the Cordillera Administrative Region, Providing for its Powers, Structure and Funds Therefor.”
Mr. Bungallon’s policy paper, which focuses on the integration of TESDA Technology Institution, was initially submitted to PMDP as a final requirement in Public Policy Analyis module. The said integration is also part of his Re-entry Project called “Co-Management of the Baguio City School of Arts and Trades with the City Government of Baguio”.
As of this writing, House Bill 2141 is still being deliberated at the Congress. Below is a copy of the bill.

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PMDP ALUMNUS AWARDED AS OUTSTANDING AGRICULTURAL RESEARCHER

Photo from RICE Matters (Official PhilRice’s Fan Page)


 

PMDP alumnus Dr. Sailila E. Abdula was awarded as Outstanding Agricultural Researcher during the National Gawad Saka 2016.

Dr. Abdula, Chief Science Research Specialist and Acting Director of the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) Midsayap branch station in North Cotabato, was designated by the Department of Agriculture to be Acting Executive Director of PhilRice in August, 2016.

His Re-entry Project called “Improvement of Rice-based Farming Technology through the Training of Religious Leaders in Maguindanao, Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM): A Pilot Test of Madrasah sa Basak” was awarded as the Best ReP during the 9th PMDP Graduation Ceremony last January 29, 2016 at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City.

MMC Batch 7 – Saluysoy: “Improved Market Operations for Vigilant, Efficient and Responsive Service” by Ms. Linda C. Tan

ReP in nueva

Spotted in the municipality of Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya is a Re-entry Project (ReP) of PMDP alumna Ms. Linda C. Tan of the Department of Trade and Industry – Region II.

A part of Middle Managers Class Batch 7 – Saluysoy, Ms. Tan graduated from the Program with her ReP entitled “Improved Market Operations for Vigilant, Efficient and Responsive Service” being awarded as the Most Visible Re-entry Project.