Philippine Transparency Seal

A pearl buried inside a tightly-shut shell is practically worthless. Government information is a pearl, meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.

The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in access to government information. On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.

This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right direction towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient – a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.

I. Agency's mandate and functions; List of Officials (with their position and designation, and contact information)
III. Modifications made pursuant to the general and special provisions in the FY 2022 GAA (N/A)
IV. Annual Procurement Plan

Annual Procurement Plan CY 2024

Annual Procurement Plan CY 2023

Annual Procurement Plan CY 2022

Annual Procurement Plan CY 2021

Annual Procurement Plan CY 2020

V. Major Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries, and Status of Implementation
VI. Annual Financial Reports(whole year/as of December end of the year/4th Quarter)
  1. Annual Audited Financial Report
  2. Quarterly Financial Statements, Annual Reports and Trial Balance
  3. Special Allotment Release Order
  4. FAR No. 1
  5. BAR No. 1
  6. Local and Foreign Borrowings
  7. Government Subsidies and Net Lending
  8. All Borrowings Guaranteed by the Government
  9. Any Material risk factors and measures taken to manage such risk
  10. Performance Evaluation System (PES)
  11. Quarterly Monitoring Report of Performance Targets
VII. Annual Reports on the Status of Income authorized by law to be deposited outside the National Treasury (N/A)
IX. System of Ranking Delivery Units
XII. Good Governance Conditions Specific to GOCC’S Covered by RA 10149 (GCG MC NO. 2017-01)
      • On Officers:
        1. Complete listing of NHMFC Officers with attached resume
          1. Renato De Leon Tobias – President
          2. Livia Alicia R. Ramos – Executive Vice President
          3. Siegfrid E.G. Lapasaran – Vice President, Office of the Compliance Officer
          4. Joshua Emmanuel Carino – Acting Corporate Secretary, Office of the Corporate Secretary
          5. Ma. Victoria L. Alpajaro – Vice President, Collection and Accounts Management Group
          6. Maria Luisa M. Favila – Vice President, Securitization Group
          7. Romeo S. Roldan – Vice President, Corporate Support Service Group
          8. Carolina C. Cortez – OIC Vice President, Funds and Assets Management Group
          9. Angelina Ancheta – OIC Manager, Internal Audit Department
          10. Caesar G. Pareja Jr. – OIC Risk Management Department
          11. Mark Natalio M. Sumisim – Manager, Mortgage Pooling Department
          12. Josephine Q. Sarangaya – OIC Manager, Marketing Department
          13. Dante Q. Rizada – OIC Manager, Legal Department
          14. Ana Maria Y. Yalong – OIC Manager, Loans Management Department
          15. Jeffrey F. Calimlim – OIC-Manager, Appraisal and General Services Department
          16. Grace B. Canasa – OIC-Manager, Treasury Department
          17. Mark Natalio M. Sumisim – Manager, Mortgage Pooling Department
          18. Noe R. Valencia – Manager, Regional Accounts Servicing Department
          19. Paz Divina A. Caballero – Manager, Loans Recovery Department
          20. Rajewen C. Zabala – Manager, Corporate Planning and Management Information Systems Department
          21. Victor Allan B. Hilao – Manager, Administrative and Finance Department

        1. Complete compensation package of all officers, including travel, representation, transportation and any other form of expenses or allowances
      • On Financial and Operational Matters:
        1. Annual Audited Financial Report
        1. Audited Financial Statement in the immediate past three years
    1.  Disclosure Requirements
      1. Audited Financial Statements in the immediate five (5) years
      1. Quarterly, Annual Reports and Trial Balance
      2. Current Corporate Operating Budget
      1. Complete Compensation package of all the Board Members and Officers
      1. Government Subsidies and Net Lending
      2. All borrowings guaranteed by the government
      3. Other information or report the GCG may require:

    i.1. Copy of Compensation Plan
    i.2. Copy of Organizational Structure and Staffing Pattern