Office of the Executive Director

Key Functions

  1. Advises and assists the Chairman in the formulation and implementation of the objectives, policies, plans, and programs of the Commission;
  2. Serves as the principal assistant of the Chairman in the overall supervision of the administrative business of the Commission;
  3. Ensures an effective and efficient performance of the functions of the Commission and the prompt implementation of programs;
  4. Proposes effective allocation of resources for the projects stated under approved programs;
  5. Oversees all the operational activities of the Commission;
  6. Coordinates programs and projects of the Commission and be responsible for the economical, efficient, and effective administration;
  7. Submits periodic reports to the Commission on the progress and accomplishment of programs and projects;
  8. Prepares regular and annual reports of all activities of the Commission;
  9. Accepts all pleadings and papers authorized or required to be filed in the Commission, except in cases where the matter, question or controversy before the Commission is being held elsewhere;
  10. Keeps in his care the seal of the Commission, books necessary for recording the proceedings of the Commission, records, files and exhibits;
  11. Prepares the Calendar of hearings and sessions of the Commission;
  12. Attends the hearings and sessions by himself or his deputies or assistants, and enter the proceedings in the Minutes Book;
  13. Serves all notices, orders, resolutions, decisions, subpoenas and other processes issued by the Commission;
  14. Keeps a general docket of all cases brought before the Commission and compile all final orders, decisions, and resolutions of the Commission;
  15. Implements the Commission’s directives, orders and decisions;
  16. Issues certified copies, under the Seal of the Commission, of all papers, documents, orders, record, decisions, and resolutions of the Commission;
  17. Exercises supervision and control over the various staff, regional and field offices and determines and assigns matters to appropriate offices;
  18. Has administrative responsibility for correspondence/communications coming from the various government line agencies and corporations;
  19. Exercises primary authority to sign papers by authority of the Chairperson;
  20. Provides technical, consultative, research, fact-finding and advisory service to the Commission;
  21. Serves as the information arm of the NCIP; and,
  22. erforms such other functions and duties as the Commission may direct