The NCCA Secretariat is organized to support the Commission in its assigned tasks and has the responsibility of executing the decisions of the Commission and of preparing analyses and recommendations that constitute the basis of Commission policy and other decisions.
|Executive Director III: Rico S. Pableo, Jr.
Direct line: (02) 5230199
Trunk lines: (02) 527-2192 local 729 and 728
Telefax no. (02) 527-2193
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Office of the Deputy Executive Director: Marichu G. Tellano
Direct line: (02) 527-2214/527-2198
Trunk lines: (02) 527-2192 local 502
Telefax no. (02) 527-2193
Email address: email@example.com
Planning and Policy Section
Tel. No. / Fax. No.: (02) 527-2212 or 527-2192 local 506
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Planning and Policy Office undertakes policy formulation and the development of implementing guidelines; initiates plan and programs for consideration of the Commission; provides technical staff support in coordinating the formulation of plans and policies on culture and the arts, and the annual updating thereof;
Speakers Bureau / Outreach Program
email address: email@example.com
As an outreach program of the NCCA, we send over lecturers and workshop facilitators on culture and arts for free.
Philippine Cultural Education Program
Director: Joseph “Sonny” Cristobal
Order of National Artist Award;
Haraya (Dangal and Alab)
Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan Office (GAMABA)
In April 1992, the Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan or the National Living Treasures Award was institutionalized through Republic Act No. 7355. Tasked with the administration and implementation of the Award is the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the highest policy-making and coordinating body for culture and the arts of the State. The NCCA, with support from all the concerned agencies, conducts the search for the finest traditional artists of the land, adopts a program that will ensure the transfer of their skills to others and undertakes measures to promote a genuine appreciation of and instill pride among our people about the genius of the Manlilikha ng Bayan.
Office of the Chairman
International Affairs Office
Head: Mary Anne Luis
Tel. No. / Fax. No.: (02) 527-2206 or 527-2192 loc 615
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Affairs Office, directly reporting to the Office of the Chairman, coordinates with foreign and local institutions as well as embassies within the country and abroad in disseminating information on various cultural events. It serves as a central information desk to facilitate access to available cultural resources. Working closely with the Department of Foreign Affairs, embassies, cultural agencies, and the UNESCO, the NCCA International Desk assists in the implementation of international cultural agreements.
Under the IAO is the ASEAN Desk, which was institutionalized to facilitate NCCA’s representation of the Philippines in the ASEAN as Vice-Chair of the Committee on Culture and Information (COCI), implementing and coordinating projects and programs with other involved government and non-government agencies.
Created and established under Section 42 of the Republic Act 10066 or Heritage Law, Sentro Rizal is located on the 6th floor of the NCCA Building. Its main purpose is the promotion of Philippine arts, culture, and language throughout the world. Click this link for details.
|Plan/Policy Formulation and Programming Division (PPFPD)
Head: Bernan Joseph Corpuz
Tel. No. / Fax. No.: (02) 527-2198 / 527-21-94 local 504
Email address: email@example.com
The Policy, Planning, Formulation, and Programming Division is responsible for the management of project proposals received under the various grants program, including the accreditation of proponents. It also provides administrative support to the 19 National Committees (NCs) and four (4) Subcommissions (SCs).
Head: Ferdinand Isleta
Cultural Communities & Traditional Arts Section
Head: Renee Talavera
Cultural Heritage Section
Head: Lawrence Charles Salazar
Cultural Dissemination Section
Head: Corrinah Anne Olazo
Accreditation and Grants Processing Unit
The Accreditation and Grants Processing Unit inform, educate and assists possible grantees in the proper submission of documents for accreditation and the grant processing of the NCCA. It also ensures that government policies and guidelines on funding will be complied by the grantees.
Head: Christopher L. Lucindo
(02) 527-2192 Local 510; 666 4910
|Program Monitoring and Evaluation Division
Chief: Adelina M. Suemith
The Project Monitoring and Evaluation Division designs tools/instruments to be used in data gathering and administers the instrument directly or indirectly to respondents; does actual site inspection/monitoring of projects being implemented; provides the stakeholders a timely report on the status of NCCA-assisted projects, including findings and recommendations; consults the management and Committee on what programs need evaluation in the long term; identifies the strategies to be used in the evaluation; provides a summary report on the issues and concerns of each sector based on the terminal reports of past projects; and recommend areas for policy development and research.
|Administrative and Finance Division
Chief: Susan C. Dayao
Under the Administrative Division are the Human Resource Development (firstname.lastname@example.org), Supply (email@example.com), Records (firstname.lastname@example.org), NCCA Library (email@example.com), and General Services Sections. This Division is tasked with the management and development of the Commission’s human/manpower resources, manages NCCA properties, furniture, fixtures and equipment and procures NCCA supplies, sees to the proper disbursement of the NCCA funds (GAA Funds), manages the Commission’s archival documents, provides library services to the Commission and the public, and provides general services, including the overall maintenance of the NCCA building.
The Public Affairs and Information Section is tasked with promoting the various activities undertaken by the Commission as well as implementing institutional public relations programs. It also publishes in-house print and audio-visual materials for dissemination and presentation.
Management Information System Section
Head: Anna Theresa Magundayao
Consultant: Jesus Peralta, PhD
The Management Information Section maps out Information and Communications Technology (ICT) directions for the agency in pursuit of NCCA’s mission and functions. It maintains the official web site of the NCCA: www.ncca.gov.ph. It is also involved in databank and I.T. research, information systems development and integration, multimedia presentations, desktop publishing, and I.T. Technical Support and Training.
General Appropriations Act (GAA) Section
Head: Sherlyn Tan
Tel. No. / Fax. No.: (02) 527-2192 local 406
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Finance Management Division is composed of the budgeting, pre-auditing and accounting sections. It prepares the proposed annual budget of the Commission that is submitted to the Department of Budget and Management. The Division facilitates the processing of payment to varied accounts incurred in the implementation of projects. It also oversees administrative expenses and ensures that disbursement of public funds is in accordance with the existing government budgeting, accounting and auditing rules and regulations. It maintains books of accounts and prepares financial reports and statements of the Commission and submits the same to all concerned agencies.
Human Resource Section
General Services Section
|National Endowment Fund for Culture and the Arts (NEFCA) Division
Head: Herencio Y. Llapitan
Prepares the proposed annual NEFCA budget of the Commission that is submitted to the Department of Budget and Management. It facilitates the processing of payment to varied accounts incurred in the implementation of projects. It also oversees administrative expenses and ensures that disbursement of public funds is in accordance with the existing government budgeting, accounting, and auditing rules and regulations. It maintains books of accounts and prepares financial reports and statements of the Commission and submits the same to all concerned agencies.
The NCCA Secretariat holds office at 633 NCCA Building General Luna St., Intramuros, Manila with contact numbers 527-2192, 527-21-95 to 97, fax number: 527-2194, and email address: email@example.com