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PRA Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Statement

 

The PRA shall provide for a coordinated, economical and efficient reclamation of lands and the administration and operation of lands belonging to, managed and/or operated by the Government with the object of maximizing their utilization and hastening their development consistent with the public interest. It shall operate responsibly with due regard to the protection and safety of the environment and all interests of its stakeholders including its employees, suppliers, contractors, customers, business partners and other stakeholders. It shall be socially responsible in all its undertakings and shall abide by ethical policies mandated under existing laws.

The Governance Commission for GOCCs (GCG), under the Office of the President, was created through Republic Act No. 10149. Its aim is to act as the central advisory, monitoring, and oversight body with authority to formulate, implement and coordinate policies. The following data are in compliance to Section 43 of the GCG Memorandum Circular No. 2012-07 or the Code of Corporate Governance for GOCCs.

PROVISIONS:

43.1 Institutional:

a.Laws and Mandates

b.Subsidiaries

c. Government Corporate Information Sheet (GCIS)

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017 

43.2 Board and Officers:

a.Listing of PRA Board Members and Officers with resume

b. Compensation package

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2013)

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2014)

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2015)

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2016)

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2017)

Compensation package (As of December 31, 2019)

c. Information on Board Committees and their activities

d. Attendance record of Directors and their committee meetings 

2013:

January - December 

2014:

Basic Information

January - December 2014 Summary 

January - June Meetings 2014

July - December Meetings 2014

2015:

January - June 2015

July - September 2015

October - December 2015

2016:

January -December 2016

2017:

January - December 2017

2018:

January - December 2018

2019:

January - December 2019

43.3 Financial and Operational Matters:

a. Audited Financial Statement

b. Audited Financial Statements in the immediate past three (3) years

2016Date received from COA: June 23, 2017

2017 Date received from COA: July 02, 2018

2018 Date received from COA: June 27, 2019

2019 Date received from COA: August 28, 2020

c.  CY 2020 (Unaudited)

First Quarter (January - March 2020)

Balance Sheet

Trial Balance

Statement of Income and Expenses

                Second Quarter (April - June 2020)

Balance Sheet

Trial Balance

Statement of Income and Expenses

Third Quarter (July - September 2020)

Balance Sheet

Trial Balance

Statement of Income and Expenses

Fourth Quarter (October - December 2020)

Balance Sheet

Trial Balance

Statement of Income and Expenses

d. Current Corporate Operating Budget (COB)

2019

2018

2017

2016

2014 - 2015

2013

e. Local and foreign borrowings (n/a)

f. Government subsidies and net lending (n/a)

g. All borrowings guaranteed by the Government (n/a)

h. Any material risk factors and measures taken to manage such risks

i.Performance Evaluation System (PES)

2021

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2

PES FORM #2a 

PES FORM #3

PES FORM #4 - 1st Quarter

2020

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2

PES FORM #2a

PES FORM #3

PES FORM #4 - 1st Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 2nd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 3rd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 4th Quarter

2019

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2

PES FORM #2A

PES FORM #3

PES FORM #4 - 1st Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 2nd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 3rd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 4th Quarter 

 2018

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2 and 2a

PES FORM #3

PES FORM #4 - 1st Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 2nd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 3rd Quarter

PES FORM #4 - 4th Quarter

2017

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2 and 2a

PES FORM #3

PES FORM #4

2016

PES FORM #1 - uploaded June 9, 2016

PES FORM #2- uploaded June 9, 2016

PES FORM #3 (1st Quarter)- uploaded May 30, 2016

PES FORM #3 (2nd Quarter) - uploaded July 28, 2016

PES FORM #3 (3rd Quarter)- uploaded February 1, 2017 

PES FORM #3 (4th Quarter)- uploaded June 20, 2017

2015

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2

PES FORM #3 (1st Quarter)

PES FORM #3 (2nd Quarter)

PES FORM #3 (3rd Quarter)

PES FORM #3 (4th Quarter)

2014

PES FORM #1

PES FORM #2

PES FORM #3

2013

PES Form #1

PES Form #2

PES Form #3

43.4 On Governance Matters:

a. Charter Statement/Mission-Vision Statements:

VISION -  In 2040, the Filipino people shall benefit from well-planned and environmentally resilient reclaimed lands and efficiently developed and managed public estates.

MISSION - We are the lead government instrumentality mandated to regulate reclamation, create environmentally sustainable reclaimed land, promote coastal resilience, and develop government properties to advance the country's development goals.

VALUES

Professionalism and Team Work
Respect for the environment
Accountability

Responsive to society’s needs
Excellence
Adaptable
Partnership driven

b. Performance Scorecards and Strategy Map

2014 PES 1 and OPIF Logframe

2015 PES 1 and Strategy Map

2016 PES 1(uploaded June 9, 2016) and Strategy Map

2017 PES 2 and 2a and Strategy Map

2018 PES 2 and 2a and Strategy Map

2019 PES 2 and 2a and Strategy Map

2020 PES 2 and 2a and Strategy Map

2021 PES 2 and 2a and Strategy Map

c. Organizational Chart 

d. Manual on Corporate Governance

e. CSR Statement 

f. Balanced Scorecard

2013 PES 3

2014 PES 3

2015 PES 3

2016 PES 3

2017 PES 4

2018 PES 4

2019 PES 4

2020 PES 4

43.5 Such other information or report that the GCG may require

a. No Gift Policy

 

PEA TOLLWAY CORPORATION (PEATC)

THE PEA Tollway Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Philippine Reclamation Authority. SInce 1998, it operates the then 7-kilometer Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway until today that it has extended to a 14-kilometer toll road along the coast of Manila Bay that is now known as CAVITEX.

The CAVITEX utilizes the country's first prepaid card toll-payment scheme or e-Tap card and recently pioneering the first Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in the country. RFID is a paper-thin battery-less sticker that can save more travel time for motorists by having only to slow down, not make a full stop, to pay their tolls.

Aside from toll collection, PEATC also implements programs on traffic control and emergency operations including assistance to disabled vehicles. To maximize the provision of services to the public, it also provided other support mechanisms such as the establishment of information services and administration of ancillary facilities.

BAY DREDGING INC.

Bay Dredging Inc. (BDI) is a joint venture between the R-1 Consortium and the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA), with PRA owning 40% and R-1 Consortium owning 60% thereof. Its primary purpose is to enter into contracts to reclaim, to participate in dredging contracts in the Philippines and to supply dredgefill materials to all reclamation projects. On January 28, 1998, BDI was incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In 2008, BDI supplied sand for the reclamation component of the Cavite Expressway.

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