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  • The Development
  • As translated, its roles are as think tank, capacity builder, and as process and systems integrator, with the corresponding mandate, services and institutional focus areas.
  • This slide shows the DAP Relevance Framework, where the desired outcomes are: improvement of the quality of life for the Filipinos, and poverty reduction, which is the bottom-line of the present administration. With the goal of National Competitiveness and Development, the Academy aims to capacitate and forge working partnerships between and among public, private, civil society, and international organizations and individuals to adopt and undertake value-adding development, governance and productivity approaches and technologies. For this, we have adopted our 2 institutional focus areas, namely governance and productivity to deliver our service interventions in the areas of advocacy, education and training, policy and action research, and technical assistance/consulting. Utilizing these interventions in 2005, we have delivered a total of 61 governance projects and 86 productivity projects.

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  • development academy of the philippines BRIEFER on the
  • Presidential Decree 205 (DAP Charter) June 7, 1973 Amended by Presidential Decree 1061 (Added LBP to the DAP Board of Trustees) Dec. 9, 1976 Further amended by Executive Order 288 under Freedom Constitution (changed composition of DAP Board) July 25, 1987 Legal Bases
  • Founding Institutions DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES National Economic and Development Authority
  • The former Board of Trustees per PD 205 & PD 1061
    • Executive Secretary
    • Secretary of Finance
    • Secretary of National Defense
    • Director-General, NEDA
    • Governor, Central Bank of the Philippines
    • Chairman, DBP
    • General Manager, GSIS
    • Administrator, SSS
    • President, PNB
    • President, DAP
    • Muslim representative
  • THE CURRENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES per Executive Order 288 (under Freedom Constitution which has the force of law)
    • Heads/Representatives of the following agencies :
    • Office of the President of the Philippines
    • National Economic & Development Authority
    • Civil Service Commission
    • Department of Finance
    • Department of Education
    • Department of Budget and Management
    • Department of Agriculture
    • Department of Environment & Natural Resources
    • Department of Health
    • Department of Agrarian Reform
    • Development Academy of the Philippines
  • Visionary Founders Former Secretary of Education Former DBP Chairman OD Corpuz Leonides Virata
  • DAP Vision A World Class National Development and Productivity Organization
  • DAP Mission
    • Build capacities and partnerships among the key sectors of Philippine society;
    • Generate innovative, value-adding, and synergistic solutions to national and local concerns; and,
    • Join hands with international community in promoting sustainable human development and & global competitiveness.
  • DAP Core Values
    • Our Employees are the most important resources in our service commitment to our clients.
    • We apply the principles of: Public Service, Synergy, Professionalism, and Quality in the way we do things.
    • We enhance the knowledge and nurture our talent to the benefit of each employee and the DAP stakeholders as a whole.
  • DAP Roles
    • Think-Tank (Change Catalyst)
    • Capacity Builder
    • Partnership Builder (Program, Process, & Systems Integrator)
  • DAP Service Interventions
    • Training
    • Education
    • Policy- & Action-Oriented Research
    • Consultancy/Technical Assistance
    • Publications
  • DAP Institutional Focus Areas
    • Governance
    • Productivity
  • DAP’s ROLE AND MANDATE
    • SERVICES
    • Education / Training
    • Policy/Action Research
    • Consulting/ Technical Assistance
    • Publications
    INSTITUTIONAL/FOCUS AREAS Governance + Productivity MANDATE Come up with new, pioneering, innovative, value adding ideas, approaches, and technologies; Build the individual and institutional capacities of development actors ( government, private business, academe and civil society ); Forge working partnerships amongst them for developmental change ROLES THINK-TANK (Change Catalyst ) CAPACITY/ BUILDER PARTNERSHIP-BUILDER ( Process and Systems Integrator)
  • NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS & DEVELOPMENT GOVERNANCE PRODUCTIVITY Focus Areas: Reduced Poverty Improved Quality of Life Outcome: Goal: To capacitate & forge working partnerships between and among Public, Private, Civil Society & International Organizations & Individuals to adapt and undertake value adding development, governance, & productivity approaches & technologies. Objective: DAP RELEVANCE FRAMEWORK Service Interventions: Programs/Projects Education & Training Policy/Action Research Technical Assistance Consulting
  • MFO: Advisory and Consultancy Services to policy makers, program implementers and other development institutions on governance and productivity, advocacy and institution building, training, policy, action – oriented research Board of Trustees Office of the President MFO: Advisory and Consultancy Services with Regional Focus MFO: Education DAP Functional Structure IAS APOLU COO CMCO Regional Operations Graduate School Operations Center for Governance Center for Knowledge Management Center for Quality & Competitiveness Center for Sustainable Human Dev’t progs progs progs progs Program Operations DAP sa Visayas DAP sa Min- danao progs progs Institute of Public Management Institute of Productivity & Quality progs progs HRMD FAO DAPCC Support Services COCF Support Operations Asset Mgt. Center COF BDRGO Logistics & Oversight Functions including Reportorial requirements MFO: Learning environment & related-svcs for capability-building & resource utilization
  • FINANCING No GAA budget Self-financing Organization Memorandum of Agreement
    • REVENUES
    • Project Contracts
    • Use of Facilities
    • Interest Income
    • Grants &
    • Donations
  • DAP Clients
    • National Government Agencies
    • Local Government Units
    • Government Corporations
    • Private Sector companies
    • Non-government Organizations
    • Academe
    • International Organizations
  • DAP Operating Groups Center for Governance Center for Quality & Competitiveness Center for Knowledge Management Center for Sustainable Human Development Graduate School of Public & Development Management Asset Management Center
  • Supports the development and implementation of government policies and programs that promote good governance, growth with equity, public accountability and people empowerment Center for Governance
  • Governance Portfolio
    • Public Sector Reform
    • Anti-Corruption
    • Integrity Development
    • Promoting Electoral Reform
    • Transparency and Accountability in Local Governance
    • Promoting Fiscal Accountability
    • Continuous upgrading of the quality of the workplace
    • Effective application of P&Q systems throughout the value chain
    • Continuous investments in technology & R&D
    Center for Quality & Competitiveness
  • P&Q Portfolio
    • SME Productivity Development
    • Value Chain Productivity Management
    • E-Agrikultura / K-Agrinet
    • Promotion of ISO-aligned Quality Management Systems
    • Administration of the Philippine Quality Award
    • Green Productivity
    • Productivity Measurement
    • Implementation of APO Programs
  • Espouses the leveraging of collective know-how and experiences to increase an organization’s responsiveness, performance and ability to innovate Center for Knowledge Management
  • KM Portfolio
    • Enhancing Human Capital
    • Facilitating the Sharing of Best Practices
    • Knowledge Audit
    • Knowledge Mapping
    • Developing Knowledge Solutions
  • Addresses poverty reduction thrust of the government, particularly in broadening the access of the poor and marginalized sectors of society to economic and social opportunities. Center for Sustainable Human Development
  • SHD Portfolio
    • Advancing Social Equity through Rural Development
    • Protecting Vulnerable Groups
    • Environmental Management
    • Developing e-Communities
  • To provide public managers with flexible learning opportunities for developing orientations & competencies so that they can respond to the needs of their various publics in a timely & cost-effective manner Graduate School of Public & Development Management
  • Education Portfolio
    • Master in Public Management (MPM), major in:
      • Educational Advancement for Governance Leaders in Energy (EAGLE) for DOE & Energy Sector
      • Biodiversity & Conservation Mgt (for DENR & Environment Sector)
      • Local Governance Management (for DILG, LGUs, & Local Development Sector)
      • Health Systems and Development (for DOH & Health Sector)
      • Security & Development (for DND, NSA, AFP, & Security & Defense Sector)
    • Graduate Certificate Course on Corruption Prevention
  • Education Portfolio
    • Master in Productivity and Quality Management
    • Certificate Courses on:
      • Productivity Measurement for Performance Improvement
      • ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System (QMS)
    • Foundation Course on ISO-QMS
    • Development of Productivity Practitioners (DPP) Course
  • DAP Regional Offices DAP sa Visayas DAP sa Mindanao
  • PASIG DAP Office & Conference Facilities
  • TAGAYTAY DAP Conference Center
  • DAP as the National Productivity Organization (NPO) of the Asian Productivity Organization (APO)
    • The APO is a non-political, non-profit, and non-discriminatory intergovernmental organization whose mission is to contribute to the socioeconomic development of Asia and the Pacific through enhancing productivity and quality for national and global competitiveness
    DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO
  • DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO
    • The APO serves as a “ productivity ” & “ quality ” :
      • Think tank
      • Change catalyst
      • Regional Adviser
      • Institution builder
      • Clearing house
    • APO member-countries with their respective NPOs:
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Korea
    • Nepal
    • Philippines
    • Thailand
    • Hong Kong
    • Iran
    • Sri Lanka
    • Indonesia
    • Singapore
    • Bangladesh
    • Malaysia
    • Fiji
    • Mongolia
    • Vietnam
    • Laos
    • Cambodia
    • Pakistan
    DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO
    • DAP is the accredited National Productivity Organization (NPO) by the APO in the Philippines, as stipulated in the DAP Charter .
    • DAP represents the Philippines in the Asian Productivity Organization (APO).
      • NEDA Director-General is APO Director for the Philippines
      • DAP President is APO Alternate Director for the Philippines and NPO Head
      • DAP Senior Vice President is APO Liaison Officer for the Philippines
      • Philippine APO Liaison Unit (APOLU) is a unit in DAP
    DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO
      • Training Courses
      • Seminars
      • Workshops
      • Study Missions
      • International Conferences
      • e-Learning Programs
      • Research
    DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO TYPES OF ACTIVITIES
      • Study Meetings
      • Fora
      • Productivity Database
      • Technical Expert Service
      • Demonstration and Modeling
      • Projects
      • Observational Study Missions
      • Bilateral Cooperation between
      • NPOs
      • Scholarships
      • Total Quality Management
      • 5S
      • Development of Productivity Specialists
      • Total Productive Maintenance
      • Productivity Measurement
      • Knowledge Management for Innovation
      • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • Eco-tourism Development
    DAP as NPO in the Phils of APO PROGRAMS
      • Labor Management Cooperation
      • Business Excellence
      • Green Productivity
      • Energy Efficiency
      • Sustainable Development in Agriculture
      • Integrated Community Development
      • SME Development
      • Value Chain Productivity Management
      • ISO
      • Kaizen
      • Micro-credit and Innovative Financing Scheme
      • Alternative Energy Promotions
  • DAP CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEVELOPMENT
    • Career Executive Service Dev’t Program (CESDP) – Career Executive Service Board (CESB)
    • Career Foreign Service Dev’t Program (CFSDP) – Foreign Service Institute (FSI) in the Department of Foreign Affairs
    • Social Indicators Project – Social Weather Stations (SWS)
    • Fishery Resource Management (FIRM) Program – Bureau of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources
    • Medium & Small Scale Industry Assistance Program (MASICAP) – Bureau of Small & Medium Industries
    • Youth & Sports Development Program (YSD)
    • - Kabataang Barangay - Sangguniang Kabataan
    • - Ministry of Youth & Sports Development – National Youth
    • Commission
  • DAP CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEVELOPMENT
    • Productivity and Quality Movement and Institution Building – which led to the establishment of 20 P&Q organizations in the private sector
    • Program for Decentralized Educational and Development (PRODED) – National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines (NEAP)
    • Experiential Learning
    • Participatory Planning
    • Performance Monitoring and Measurement
    • Corruption Prevention Tools and Approaches
  • DAP CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEVELOPMENT
    • Integrated Area Development (IAD) – Ministry of Human Settlements
    • Human Settlements
        • - Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HULRB)
        • - Pag-Ibig
        • - Nat’l Housing Authority (NHA)
        • - Livelihood Corporation
        • - Technology Livelihood and Resource Center (TLRC)
    • Tondo Foreshore Project – Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
    • Olongapo Development Plan –Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)
    • University of Life - Ultra
    • Barrio Irrigator’s Service Assoc. Project (BISA) - Farm Systems Development Corporation
    • Population, Resources, Environment and the Philippine Future Study (PREPF) – Futuristic Studies
    • The Synergistic symbol. The interrelatedness and continuity of natural and social energies. The transformation of the triangle (stability, multi-directions) to the circle (totality) recalls the development process: penetrating all dimensions of social concern, liberating new and vibrant forms of experience and value, seeking a life of completeness and plenitude.
    THANK YOU