Semestral   1st SemesterBottomlines                                Percentage                Target        AccompExports (...
Bottomlines     Target   Accomp   PercentageDomestic Sales                  40.80   37.00       91%     (PM)MSME Assisted ...
Export - 136%Correction       Corrective Action
Investment – 64%Correction         Corrective Action
MSME Assisted – 134%  Correction           Corrective Action
Business Name Registration      Php 1,719,105.00 Accreditation of Service and        Repair Shops                    86,93...
MFO 1        Facilitated meeting of FTSCs Paisal Abdullah of SaudiArabia, Bahrain & Oman and Jose Maria Dinsay of UEA andQ...
MFO 1       Conducted Product Cliniquing to the members ofMag Negosyo Ta Day (MTD) on March 7, 2012 at theSangguniang Panl...
MFO 1   Some of the products       Mrs. Diocade, a MagNegosyo Ta Day,   presented for Critiquing   beneficiary presenting ...
MFO 1        Launching of Davao City Pasalubong Center         The Pasalubong Center of Davao City has finally put intorea...
Highlights of AccomplishmentMFO 1  The following products can be found in the center:  handicrafts, processed food and pre...
MFO 1 Davao Branding System        DTI-DCFO continue to promote the Davao BrandingSystem of the City which fully supported...
MFO 1   A showcase of Davao Branded        Products were displayed at the        Pasalubong Center. Some of these        p...
MFO 2 Investment Lead  Company Name        Project            Investment Area  Santos Land         Hotel              Tour...
MFO 3 Access to Financing                 Through the assistance of DTI-CARP Davao CityField Office another project being ...
MFO 3 Training/SeminarsSeven Trainings were facilitated from February 26-March 25, 2012,to wit: Title of      Venue       ...
MFO 4 Consumer Welfare Desk Seminar         The seminars aim to make CWDOs gain an appreciation oftheir roles in their est...
MFO 5 Good Governance        To enhance capability and intensify effectiveness of theInternal Quality Audit of DTI XI, a R...
MFO 5 Good GovernanceLast March 22-23, 2012 a Seminar on the Revised IRR of GPRA9184 was attended by the following personn...
MFO 5 Good Governance        Skills Upgrading Seminar on Root Cause Analysis wasconducted last March 29-30, 2012 at Grand ...
5 Lessons I learned from Kung Fu Panda1. Living In the NowOoguay: “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today ...
5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda2. You Can’t Run Away From Your DestinyOoguay: “One often meets his destiny on the roa...
5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda3. Things Happen For A ReasonOoguay: “There are no accidents.”
5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda4. Your Passion Keeps You GoingPo: “Then I guess my body doesn’t know I’m the Dragon W...
5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda5. You Can Be the Most Unlikely HeroPo: “There is no charge for awesomeness - or attra...
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1st semester bottomline accomplishmentv3

  1. 1. Semestral 1st SemesterBottomlines Percentage Target AccompExports (US$) 12.620 17.181 136% Jobs 9,300 9,273 99.71%Investments 3,006.60 1,924.60 64% (PM)BN Approved 3,600 3,635 101%
  2. 2. Bottomlines Target Accomp PercentageDomestic Sales 40.80 37.00 91% (PM)MSME Assisted 782 1,050 134% %Compliance 95% 95% to FTL %Consumer 100% 100%Cases Resolved
  3. 3. Export - 136%Correction Corrective Action
  4. 4. Investment – 64%Correction Corrective Action
  5. 5. MSME Assisted – 134% Correction Corrective Action
  6. 6. Business Name Registration Php 1,719,105.00 Accreditation of Service and Repair Shops 86,937.00PETC / ICC forms and Processing Fee 1,426,025.00 Sales Promo Permit Fee *35,725.00 TOTAL Php3,267,792.00 *2nd quarter only
  7. 7. MFO 1 Facilitated meeting of FTSCs Paisal Abdullah of SaudiArabia, Bahrain & Oman and Jose Maria Dinsay of UEA andQatar with PBGEA, SUMIFRU, Mindanao Banana Farmers andExporters Association (MBFEA), KF Nutrifood International,Mindanao Development Authority and Office of the Mayoron January 19-20, 2012.
  8. 8. MFO 1 Conducted Product Cliniquing to the members ofMag Negosyo Ta Day (MTD) on March 7, 2012 at theSangguniang Panlungsod Launch, Davao City. It wasattended by seven (7) group beneficiaries of MTD and 19product prototypes were presented to Ms. Leny Castillo andMs. Juvey Fernandez, members of DTI XI Designers Pool.
  9. 9. MFO 1 Some of the products Mrs. Diocade, a MagNegosyo Ta Day, presented for Critiquing beneficiary presenting her product to the Designer’s Pool
  10. 10. MFO 1 Launching of Davao City Pasalubong Center The Pasalubong Center of Davao City has finally put intoreality yesterday, March 15, 2012. This is Davao’s way onpresenting its products to the tourist and Davao residents as well.Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio led the cutting of the ribbon to openthe center with Councilors Braga and Daludo, Dra. MalouMonteverde of Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry andDir. Lou Pasawa of the Department of Trade & Industry.
  11. 11. Highlights of AccomplishmentMFO 1 The following products can be found in the center: handicrafts, processed food and preservatives, jewelries, assistance and Davao Fashioned Shirts. The new pasalubong center is located at Palma Gil Street beside the People’s Park.
  12. 12. MFO 1 Davao Branding System DTI-DCFO continue to promote the Davao BrandingSystem of the City which fully supported by the LGU thruOrdinance No. 0355-07. The accreditation body composedof the LGU, Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry,the DTI, DOST and DA.
  13. 13. MFO 1 A showcase of Davao Branded Products were displayed at the Pasalubong Center. Some of these products are: 1) Allegro Ice Cream 2) Sul Orchid Garden 3) Puentespina Orchid and Tropical Plants 4) Rosario Fruit Stop 5) Golden Pomelo 6) Royal Breadhaus 7) Maan Bakeshoppe 8) Eagle MultiPurpose Coop – Bihon Product 9) Porky Best Chicharon 10) Mt. Apo Water
  14. 14. MFO 2 Investment Lead Company Name Project Investment Area Santos Land Hotel Tourism Corporation Nissin Monde Lucky Me Noodles Manufacturing Smarter Good Outsourcing ICT Spray Engineering Sugar Mill Manufacturing Devices Limited Nexcomm Solar Power Alternative Source of Energy
  15. 15. MFO 3 Access to Financing Through the assistance of DTI-CARP Davao CityField Office another project being assisted has been approved forfunding - Banana Powder Processing Project of Subasta AgrarianReform Beneficiaries Cooperative (SARBAC). The Department ofAgriculture, through the City Agriculturist Office, approved a totalamount of Two Hundred Thousand Pesos(P200,000.00) for theDrying Pavement.
  16. 16. MFO 3 Training/SeminarsSeven Trainings were facilitated from February 26-March 25, 2012,to wit: Title of Venue Date Total Training Participants Entrep Mindset DTI Feb. 28 / Mar. 21 22 / 11 How to start DTI Feb. 28 / Mar. 21 22 / 11 your Biz Coco Coir TCFC Feb. 10 22 Processing Training on Jobs Jan – March 20 Java Academy Training on Jobs Jan – March 13 .Net Academy
  17. 17. MFO 4 Consumer Welfare Desk Seminar The seminars aim to make CWDOs gain an appreciation oftheir roles in their establishments and to equip them with theknowledge of important fair trade laws and regulations needed inperforming their function. This is a support activity to MFO 432CWD Establishment and Strengthening. The seminars also aim toget a satisfaction rating of 4 by at least 75% of the participants.The seminar was participated by a total of 31 consumer welfaredesks officers.
  18. 18. MFO 5 Good Governance To enhance capability and intensify effectiveness of theInternal Quality Audit of DTI XI, a Refresher Training Course onInternal Quality Audit with Effective Audit Reporting wasconducted a Grand Menseng Hotel last March 12-13, 2012. Ms.Helen Alian-Evalle of TUV SUD Philippines shared her expertise andtechniques in conducting Internal Quality Audit. The said trainingwere participated by the following personnel of DCFO to wit;Robert Barlis, Gelyn Sanchez, Marie Ann Darato, Paciente Cubillas,and Michelle V. Balisi.
  19. 19. MFO 5 Good GovernanceLast March 22-23, 2012 a Seminar on the Revised IRR of GPRA9184 was attended by the following personnel of DCFO namely ;Amy Lumasag, Robert Barlis, Lilia Silda, Exe Fernandez and NadiaJamayo. The purpose of the seminar is to update employees onthe amendments of the revised IRR of the GovernmentProcurement Republic Act 9184.
  20. 20. MFO 5 Good Governance Skills Upgrading Seminar on Root Cause Analysis wasconducted last March 29-30, 2012 at Grand Menseng Hotel. Theobjective of the seminar is to enhance skills of DTI XI personnel onthe various methods of root cause analysis. The resource personformerly a DTI employee Mr. Aurelio Ebita shared the 5 methodsof root cause analysis, how to make a corrective action plan andpreventive action plan. He also gave an overview of the elementsof the Quality
  21. 21. 5 Lessons I learned from Kung Fu Panda1. Living In the NowOoguay: “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why itis called the present.”
  22. 22. 5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda2. You Can’t Run Away From Your DestinyOoguay: “One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.”
  23. 23. 5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda3. Things Happen For A ReasonOoguay: “There are no accidents.”
  24. 24. 5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda4. Your Passion Keeps You GoingPo: “Then I guess my body doesn’t know I’m the Dragon Warrior yet. It’s gonna take alot more than dew, and, uh, universe juice.”
  25. 25. 5 Lessons learned from Kung Fu Panda5. You Can Be the Most Unlikely HeroPo: “There is no charge for awesomeness - or attractiveness.”

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