Major Programs and Projects 2020

Organizational Outcome (OO): Growth and Viability of Cooperative Enterprises Improved
PROGRAM COMPONENTS                                                  PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES
PART ONE  – Comprehensive Action Plan (CAP) Against COVID-19 : To Fight, Mitigate the Effects and in Transition to the New Normal
   A. Office Administrative Services 1) Procurement of supplies/medical items/equipment  to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus
KRA: Established and Implemented a Safe and Conducive Workplace for Office Personnel and Clienteles. 2) Establishment of a clientele lounge/waiting area that is adherent with the physical distancing standard
3) Provision of shuttle service arrangement sfor skeleton or skeletal personnel
4) Formulation of an alternative work arrangement in accordance with the IATF, CSC, DOLE and DOH guidelines
   B. Finance Services 1) Budget Preparation and Execution  Program
KRA: Established an Efficient and Flexible Delivery of Financial Support Services that is Compliant with the Generation of Accountability Reports.    1.a. Preparation of Annual Budget Proposal
   1.b. Preparation of Budget Execution Document  (BEDs)
2) Preparation of Financial  Accountability Report
3) Preparation of Monthly, Quarterly, Year-end Financial Reports
4) Processing of Claims/Disbursements
5) Remittance of Tax Withheld/Premium Contribution  to GSIS/PhilHealth/Pag-ibig and Others
6) Issuance of Certificate of Tax Withheld to  Suppliers
7) Filing of Alphalist of Taxes Withheld and Remitted for Compensation and Suppliers
8) Continuous Coordination with Office Accountants and Budget Officers.
II – KOOP BALIK PROBINSYA BAGONG PAG-ASA PROGRAM A) Initial/Preliminary Stage –  Identification & Coordination with Local Government Units, Line Government Agencies and Cooperatives at all levels (Regional/Provincial/City/ Municipal/ Barangays) with BP2 Program
KRA: Individual  Beneficiaries are Mainstreamed into the Cooperative Sector and have Benefitted in the BP2 National Program B) Formative and Development Stage –  Social Preparation and Integration, Referral and Linkaging, Delivery of Technical Assistance Services and, Capacity Building
C) Progam Review and Evaluation
III – KOOP BAYANIHAN PROGRAM 1) Koop Kapatid Program
KRA: Coordinated, Mobilized and Documented the Cooperatives’ Contributions in the Fight Against COVID 19. 2) Coordination/Mobilization/Monitoring of Cooperatives Who Assist Front-line Personnel (medical personnel/uniformed personnel/volunteers) during this COVID-19 crisis.
3) Coodination/Mobilization/Monitoring of Cooperatives Who Assist their Members, Employees and Local Community Residents During  this COVID-19 crisis in terms of: Cash, In-Kind and, Other Voluntary Initiatives
4) Monitoring/Mobilization/Documentation of the Amount of Cash Disbursed and/or Utilized by Cooperatives During  this COVID-19 crisis in terms of: Community Development Fund, Interest on Share Capital and Patronage Refund (ISC/PR)  and,  Other Funds (Optional, Local Guarantee Fund, Donation etc.)
5)  Implementation of  the “Special CDA Gawad Parangal Para sa Natatanging Kooperatiba Award” a System to Recognize Coops who Volunteered/ Extended/ Rendered Various Valuable Services to Members, Front-liners, Communities and LGUs During the C19 Pandemic.
KRA: Ensured that Cooperatives are Apprised and have Implemented Precautionary Measures, Safety and Health Protocols about COVID 19 through Infographics and/or Infomaterials 1) Development of infographics and/or infomaterials on safety and health protocols for cooperatives
2) Publication/Posting of News Articles/Write-ups in the CDA Website
B. Advocacy Initiatives Against COVID-19
1) Identification/Monitoring/Documentation of Coops Observing Precautionary Measures, Safety and Health Protocols Standards Prior to New Normal through:
a) Disinfection and decontamination activities
b) Conduct of health  check status among employees
c) Modification of workplace layout for physical distancing
d) Provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
V – COOPERATIVE REGULATORY RELIEF PROGRAM A. Ease in Cooperative Registration, Membership and Public Protection Program
KRA: Issued and Implemented Responsive Memorandum Circulars, Rules and Regulations  to Ceate an Enabling Environment to Alleviate the Situation of Coops During this Crisis. Implementation of  Memorandum Circulars :
1) Memorandum Re: Extension of Cooperative  Name  Reservation, dated March 18, 2020.
2) Memorandum Circular No. 2020-03 Re: Regulatory Relief for Cooperatives in View of Proclamation No. 922, dated March 11, 2020.
3) Memorandum Circular No. 2020-04 Re: Amendment  to MC 2020-03, Sec. 5 “Extending the Deadline of Submission of The Required Reports to June 15, 2020”, dated March 23, 2020.
4) Memorandum Circular dated No. 2020-05 dated April 6,   2020 Re: Extension of Deadline of Submission of Annual Tax Incentives Report (ATIR) of Cooperatives to the Authority Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
5) Memorandum dated April 2, 2020 to All Duly Registered Cooperatives Which Provide Credit and other  Lending Services Reminding them to Strictly Comply with the Law.
6) Other memoranda/advisories issued in relation to the fight against COVID 19
B. Crafting/Formulation of Memoranda, Regulatory Guidelines/Procedures and Policies for Cooperatives
1) Formulation of Complaint Form for Online Filing of  Complaint/s (complaints under MC 2019-02, series of 2018)
2) Development of Instructional Material for Posting in the CDA Website on the Online Filing of Complaints
3) On-line Policy Formulation and Review of Guidelines
4) Preparation of Advisory on Matters Relating to the Registration of CSF Cooperatives
VI – COOPERATIVE SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN PROGRAM A. Support and Provide Cooperatives with Opportunities to Market their Products and Generate Income through its Participation in Government (NGA/LGU)/Coop Sector/  Private Sector Initiated Supply-Value-Chain Program or Consumer Outlet Projects.
KRA: Ensured the Participation of Cooperatives in the Food Security Program of the National Government. 1) Enhance the CBMIS Supply Chain Network and Market Business Link Capabilities.
2) Update/Maintain a Roster of Cooperatives with Complete Business and Products  Details through the Cooperative Business Matching Information System/Website Databank/Master  List/Profile of Cooperatives.
3) Link Cooperatives to Kadiwa Centers, Government  Supervised Markets, and Other LGU Consumer-based Retail  Outlets (e-Commerce)
4) Pursue Collaboration and Partnerships Among Cooperatives With Existing On-line Marketing Business
5) Monitoring of Cooperatives Registered in the Cooperative Business Matching Information System (CBMIS)
B. New Coop-Sustainable Enterprise Development (COOP-SEED) Program
1) Partner Coops to NGAs with Various Programs for Cooperatives
2) Provide Technical Assistance to Cooperatives (e.g. Prep. of Feasibility Studies, Bookkeeping, Reporting among others)
VII – FINANCIAL INCLUSION FOR COOPERATIVES & ITS MEMBERS 1) Monitored and documented cooperatives’ access/usage of financial assitance from financial institutions
KRA: Monitored and Documented Cooperatives that Access and Utilize Financial  Products/ Services from Financial Institutions Under the Financial Inclusion Program. 2) Identification and documentation of cooperatives providing financial products/services  to their members for productive/provident  purposes
3) Mainstream CSF coops as a one major strategy to increase access to/usage of  financial assistance by cooperatives
4) Monitoring and documentation of Savings Generation and Capital Build-up
KRA: Effective and Efficient Delivery of CDA Products and Services Through On-line or Virtual Platforms    1) e-Communication Reply System to Queries/ Request for Legal Opinion Sent through e-mail
   2) Pilot Testing of Video Conference on Voluntary Arbitration (VA) Hearings
B. Accreditation of ATPs and CEAs
   1) Development of Accreditation Facilities Information System (AFIS)
   2. Monitoring of ATPs and CEA through video or tele conferencing
C. Registration and Monitoring of Cooperatives
C.1 Automation of Cooperative Registration
C.2 Cooperative Inspection
D. Submission of Mandatory Reports
   1) Online submission of required reports (scanned PDF file with signatures)
E. Issuance of Cooperative Certificate of Compliance
   1) Issuance and release of Certificate of Compliance through email
F.  Systems Enhancement to Provide a Module for CDA Statistics and Other Information
G. Online Processes for Internal Clients
IX – e-LEARNING PROGRAM FOR COOPERATIVES 1) Development of E-learning Materials for Cooperatives
KRA: Provided an accessible, reliable, efficient and  effective services to coops that are compliant with public health standards Mandatory Trainings for Micro Cooperatives (Fundamentals of  Cooperatives and  Coop Management & Governance)
   a.) Fundamentals of  Cooperatives
   b.) Coop. Management & Governance
2) Pre-Registration Seminar (PRS) and Contributors’ Orientation Seminar (COS)
   a) Conduct of PRS through Webinar
3) Information and Promotion of Cooperatives Through Website and Social Media Accounts
4) Orientation of Coops on New Issuances of CDA
5)  Business Continuity Management for Cooperatives (BCMC)
X – Other COVID-19 Related Activities    1) Online Survey on the Effect of COVID Pandemic to Cooperatives as basis for policy issuance
KRA: Documented the Cooperatives’ Activities and other Initiatives in Coping with  the COVID-19 pandemic.    2) Publication/ posting of articles on cooperatives
   3) Documentation of coops stories coping with COVID 19 PANDEMIC
KRA: Formulated and implemented an MIS Supported Comprehensive Action Plan Against COVID 19.    1) Action Planning for the crafting of Agency Comprehensive Action Plan to Fight Against COVID 19
   2) Monitoring of Agency Contribution to Bayanihan to Heal As One Required by the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID 19
B. Management Information System (MIS)
   1) Procurement of Services in the Development / Enhancement of the CDA Online Systems provided under ISSP 2018-2020
   2) Procurement of the ICT Machineries, Equipment and Software provided under ISSP 2018-2020
   3) Other Immediate ICT Initiatives to Develop in Response to the CDA’s Clients and Personnel Needs under the New Normal
   4) Submission of the revised ISSP (2021-2023)
PART TWO  – Recalibrated Work and Financial Plan (WFP) in Transition to the New Normal
A. COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CDP) A.1. Handholding Program for Micro & Small Cooperatives
A.2. Technical Assistance  Services (TAS) 
A.2.1. Capability Building Program  for Cooperatives
    2.1.1. Reportorial Requirements
A.3. Mindanao Peace & Normalization Through Coop. Development Project
A.4. Marawi Rehabilitation Through Cooperativism Project
A.5. Strengthening Partnership with National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), Coop Stakeholders, Academe and Foreign Organizations
A.6. Strengthening of Cooperatives as Business Enterprises
> Financial Inclusion Through (FIT) Cooperatives
A.7. Advocacy Programs and Initiatives
   A.7.1 Modernization Program of Transport Cooperatives’ Services
   A.7.2 Participation and Support Activities Related to Whole of the Nation Approach to End  Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC)  Under E.O. 70
A.8. Research and Development
   8.1.Conduct Inventory of Research Studies on Cooperatives
  8.2.Coordinated Partnership with SUCs/Academe & Private/Public Individuals/Organizations on Research on Cooperatives
A.9. Information, Promotion and Development of Cooperatives
   9.1. Revisit and Implement Communication Plan for  Cooperative Promotion and Development
   9.2. Radio/TV Guestings
   9.3  Documentation of Success Stories of GP Awardees and other Cooperatives in the Region
   9.4 Monitoring of Cooperatives Adopting Best Practices
   9.5 Conduct of Kooperati-Balitaan
A.10 Training and Development for Improved Productivity and Competitiveness of Cooperatives
   10.1 CDA – TESDA  TECH VOC Training for Cooperative Officers, Staff and Members.  “SKOOPLARSHIP”
   10.2  Biyaheng Kooperatiba: Hatid ay Serbisyo at Kaalaman sa Kooperatiba
A.11. Accreditation Program
   11.1 Processing of Applications for Accreditation of the following:
   11.1.1. Training Providers /Cooperative External Auditors / Mediators and Conciliators
A.12 Gender and Development Program
   12.1 Development & Implementation of the GAD Programs
   12.1.1. Compliance to PCW-NEDA-DBM Circular
   12.1.2. Mainstreaming GAD in Cooperatives
A.13 Advocacy Programs and Other Initiatives
   13.1. Conduct/Coordination & Participation of the following activities:
     > Cooperative Month Celebration, Summit, Congresses,  Forum, CDA Founding Anniversary Celebration
B. COOPERATIVE REGULATORY PROGRAM B.1. Members and Public Protection Program
B.1.1. Registration of Cooperatives  and Expansion of Membership
   1.1.1. Registration of cooperatives and amendments to ACBL
   1.1.2. Recognition of Coop Branches, Satellites and Laboratory Cooperatives
B.1.2. Monitoring of Cooperatives
   B1.2.1 Monitoring of non-submission of mandatory report
   B.1.2.2 Implementation of Cooperative Assessment  Information System (CAIS)
   B.1.2.3 Implementation of Joint Administrative Order (JAO)
B.1.3. Enforcement
B.1.4. Implementation of the New CDA Charter
   1.4.1 e-Charter/Charter on Wheels: Information Campaign for the R.A. No. 11364 and its Implementing Rules Regulations (IRR)
Note: include APEX organization, R.A. No. 11364 and its Implementing Rules Regulations
C. SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS (STO) C.1. Institutional Strengthening of CDA – Improved Developmental Service Delivery Mechanisms and Enhanced Members and  Public Protection Framework of the CDA
   1.1 Plan Preparation, Implementation and Monitoring
   1.2. Monitoring the implementation of the Philippine Cooperative  Development Plan 2018-2022
   1.3. Quality Management System  (QMS) Program
C.2. Management Information System (MIS) – Technical
  2.1 Implementation and Monitoring of the Management Information System’s (MIS) Key   Performance Indicators (KPI)
2.2. Implementation of other Core Functions of The Information Technology (IT) Office
D. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (GASD) D.1. Human Resource Development Program
   1.1 Formulation and Consolidation of  Individual Development  Plan (IDP)
   1.2 Render/Conduct of Effectiveness Monitoring on Capacity Interventions
   1.3  Recruitment, Hiring and Placement
   1.4 Crafting of Learning and Development Benchmarking Program  (LDBP) of the Regional Office
   1.5 Orientation of Personnel on Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS)
     > Conduct of SPMS Orientation
     > Preparation and Submission of IPCR/OPCR Commitment and Accomplished IPCR and OPCR  with Rating
   1.6 Awards and Incentives Programs (Gawad sa Natatanging Kawani)
   1.7. Continuing Professional Education and Development
D.2. General Services
   2.1.  Motor Vehicle Preventive Maintenance Schedule (MVPMS)
   2.2.  Building and Equipment  Maintenance Program (BEMP)
   2.3. Disaster Resiliency Preparedness Program (DRPP)
D.3. Property Management Program
   3.1 Preparation of the Annual Procurement Plan (APP)
   3.2. Preparation of the GPPB Prescribed Procurement Monitoring  Report
   3.3. Conduct of Physical Count of Inventories
   3.4. Conduct of Disposal of Unserviceable Equipment and Waste Materials
D.4. Records and Document Management
   4.1. Maintenance of the Records Room
   4.2 Classification of Records for Retention and/or Disposal
   4.3 Disposal of Valueless Records in accordance with established Guidelines of the National Archive of the Philippines (NAP)
D.5 Cashiering Services
   5.1 Revenue Generation-Collection of Fees
   5.2 Remittance of Collection to the Bureau of Treasury
   5.3 Preparation and Submission of the List of Due and Demandable (LDDAP) and Modified Disbursement System (MDS)
   5.4 Preparation and Submission of Reports to Accounting Unit (Report of Collection, Report of Disbursement, Report of Checks Issued with Approved Vouchers)