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Institutional Development Department (IDD)

NONIE I. HERNANDEZ
Acting Director
Tel/Fax: 725-2107

 Cooperative Project Development and Assistance Division (CPDAD) Cooperative Research, Information and Training Division (CRITD)
PEDRO T. DEFENSOR, JR.
Chief Cooperative Development Specialist
 Tel/Fax: 727-6735

MELISSA C. SANTOS
Chief Cooperative Development Specialist
 Tel/Fax: 725-6604

 Legal and Registration Department (LRD)

ATTY. ELIZABETH O. BATONAN, CPA 
(Acting Deputy Executive Director)
Director II
Tel/Fax: 725-8536

 Legal Division Registration Division
ATTY. JOVILYN M. GAFFUD
Division Chief
 Tel/Fax: 725-8536
 ROMEO C. CONCEPCION
OIC-Division Chief
 Tel/Fax: 725-5510

 Supervising and Examination Unit (SEU)

DORIS D. TEODORO
Acting Head
 Tel/Fax: 725-8536


 Planning Division

TERESITA LEIGHLANY T. CARIASO
Planning Officer V
Tel/Fax: 726-2814


Finance Division

GERTRUDES M. SAN DIEGO
Division Chief
Tel/Fax: 721-5328


Administrative Division

JONAL A. DELOS REYES
OIC-Division Chief
Tel/Fax: 725-5327


FUNCTIONS
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FINANCE DIVISION

        1. Prepare the budget in accordance with budgetary ceilings and fund estimates in support of the Authority's operations, plans and programs;
        2. Assist management in the presentation of the Authority's budgetary estimates before administrative and legislative bodies;
        3. Allocate available funds to programs on the basis of approved programs and priorities;
        4. Prepare and submit financial reports to management and other government departments and agencies authorized to received such reports;
        5. Maintain basic and subsidiary accounting records and books of accounts to reflect accurate and current financial information required by existing auditing rules and regulations and by management;
        6. Certify to the availability of funds, obligate funds and issue funding checks to liquidate obligations; and
        7. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

PLANNING DIVISION

        1. Formulate long-range and annual plans and programs for the Authority;
        2. Initiate and/or provide support for the development of projects by the various units of the Authority in accordance with approved priorities;
        3. Conduct research and continuing analysis of economic conditions and policy issues related to the cooperative sector;
        4. Review progress of projects under implementation against set standards, objectives and schedules;
        5. Establish and maintain a management information system; and
        6. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION

        1. Develop and administer a personnel program which shall include selection and placement, employee development, performance rating, employee relations and welfare services;
        2. Act on all matters concerning attendance, leaves of absence, appointments, promotions, transfer and other personnel transaction;
        3. Receive, collect and deposit cash, prepare payrolls and process vouchers for payment of obligations;
        4. Procure, store and distribute supplies and equipment of the Authority and conduct periodic inventories of the same;
        5. File and maintain necessary records and establish a records disposition program for the Authority;
        6. Provide and coordinate messengerial, duplicating, transportation and other related services; and
        7. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

LEGAL DIVISION

        1. Provide legal assistance to the Board and other units of the Authority for the proper discharge of their respective functions;
        2. Assist the Board and other bodies that may be established in the conduct of investigations and hearings of cases, including mediation and conciliation of disputes, involving cooperatives that are brought to the Authority for resolution;
        3. Handle administrative cases involving personnel of the Authority;
        4. Assist in the promulgation of rules governing the operations of the Authority; and
        5. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

COOPERATIVE REGISTRATION DIVISION

        1. Formulate guidelines and rules and regulations for the registration of cooperatives and their federations and unions, including their division, merger, consolidation, dissolution or liquidation;
        2. Recommend action on applications for registration of specialized cooperatives and on cancellation of registration of all types of cooperatives;
        3. Evaluate annual financial statements and general information sheets submitted by cooperatives to determine compliance with administrative requirements; and
        4. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

SUPERVISION AND EXAMINATION UNIT

      1. One of the functions of the Authority is the Regulatory Services.  Under this Regulatory Services is Monitoring.  The Monitoring Function is lodged to the Supervision and Examination Unit (SEU) of the Authority.  The Central Office and 15 Extension Offices have their own SEU.  The function of the said units among others, are the following:

          1. Develop, review and enhance regulatory standards and other benchmarks to guide objective assessment of cooperative performance;
          2. Monitor the implementation of regulatory policies, guidelines, rules and regulation, orders and other issuances of the Authority;
          3. Monitor the performance of cooperatives through reports, feedbacks and special information gathered from inspection and examination to ensure its safe and sound operations;
          4. Monitor the submission of the mandatory reports of the cooperatives and recommends issuance of Certificate of Compliance.
          5. Conduct  Examination as a result of the inspection upon receipt of a written complaint from any interested parties or upon request or directive from other government agencies;
          6. When necessary, conduct investigation of cooperatives upon receipt of complaint from any member or officer of a cooperative, any government agency or result of final report of inspection to ascertain whether or not acts constitute fraud, irregularity or anomaly where committed by the concerned parties in the cooperative;
          7. Recommend provision of appropriate intervention/assistance to cooperative when necessary as a result of inspection/examination.

          INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (IDD)

                1. Develop in coordination with cooperatives and NGOs an Area-wide integrated and comprehensive program on cooperative research, information, training and project and the necessary guidelines for its implementation;
                2. Compile and evaluate data gathered through research to generate materials in the preparation of area-wide information and training programs and projects;
                3. Coordinate, monitor, assess the implementation of institutional development programs and projects and update them on a regular basis; and
                4. Perform such other related functions as may be provided by law.

          COOPERATIVE RESEARCH, INFORMATION AND TRAINING DIVISION (CRITD)

                1. Develop an integrated and comprehensive program on cooperative research, information and training and the necessary guidelines for its implementation;
                2. Compile and evaluate data gathered through research to generate materials in the preparation of information and training programs;
                3. Develop training modules for different clientele groups in the cooperative sector including those which the Division will implement for the development of the staff who will be directly involved I the conduct of training for cooperatives;
                4. Develop and produce publications, brochures, training aids and other information materials for use in the information campaigns and in the conduct of training programs
                5. Monitor and analyze the implementation of the research, information and training program to determine its effectiveness in the promotion of the cooperative movement in the country; and
                6. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law.

          COOPERATIVE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANCE DIVISION

                1. Initiate the development of special projects, including joint projects with local government units and the private sector, designed to promote the development of cooperatives;
                2. Coordinate with other government agencies, NGOs and foreign institutions for possible financial and other forms of assistance to promote the viability of cooperatives;
                3. Administer all grants and donations for cooperative development that are coursed through the government;
                4. Formulate standards in the provision of technical and professional assistance to cooperatives to ensure the effectiveness of such assistance; and
                5. Perform such other functions as maybe provided by law.