SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service II
Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.
|08-AUGUST-2017 • TUESDAY|
|Committee/Sub-Committee||Time and Venue|
Spkr. Nograles Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
• Civil Service Commission (CSC)
Conf. Rooms 1&2 RVM Bldg.
|HB 1222 – Declaring power infrastructure projects as projects of national significance, amending for the purpose certain provisions of RA 9136, otherwise known as the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001 (Rep. Reynaldo Umali)|
HB 1292 – Implementing a prepaid electrification system for the electricity consumers of the Lone District of San Jose del Monte, Province of Bulacan, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Florida ‘Rida’ Robes)
HB 4892 – Establishing the virtual one stop shop for the purpose of streamlining the permitting process of power generation projects (Rep. Rodel Batocabe)
|GOOD GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY|
Spkr. Yñiguez Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
|HR 782 and Privilege Speech 186 – Investigation into the alleged anomalies in the procurement process conducted by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) with respect to the award of the Bicol International Airport (BIA) Package 2B Project (Reps. Harry Roque Jr. and Anthony Bravo Ph.D.)|
Preliminary determination of jurisdiction on the following measures referred to the Committee:
HR 757 – Investigation into the incomplete or complete but substandard public works, including school buildings, by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) First District Office in Catarman, Northern Samar (Rep. Raul Daza)
HR 1000 – Inquiry into what appears to be spurious land deals perpetuated by unscrupulous real estate developers in the Municipality of Mariveles, Bataan with the collusion of concerned agencies and public officials (Rep. Rodante Marcoleta)
|PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY|
|09:30 AM (whole day)|
Spkr. Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HR 763 – Inquiry into the manifest breakdown of discipline in the Philippine National Police (PNP) in the light of the recent high-profile criminal incidents allegedly involving officers and members of the organization (Rep. Romeo Acop)|
|REVISION OF LAWS|
Conference Room 6 RVM Bldg.
|Committee Report on HB 5795 – Amending Section 13 of RA 3019, as amended, otherwise known as the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act (Speaker Pantaleon ‘Bebot’ Alvarez)|
HB 3652 – Defining and imposing the penalty of qualified reclusion perpetua on certain grave felonies, amending RA 3815, otherwise known as the Revised Penal Code, as amended, and other special penal laws (Rep. Jose Atienza Jr.)
HB 4872 – Increasing the penalty of reclusion temporal and reclusion perpetua, amending for the purpose RA 3815, as amended (Rep. Raul Daza)
HBs 2290, 4209, 4215, 4383, 5207, 5238, 5262, 5609 & 5693 – Declaring special non-working holidays in various parts of the country to commemorate special events (Reps. Richard Eusebio, Lucy Gomez, Cesar Sarmiento, Yedda Marie Romualdez, Wilter ‘Sharkee’ Wee Palma II, Eric Olivarez, Ma. Lucille Nava M.D., Alfredo Vargas III, and Ann Hofer)
HB 3980 – Declaring Tanglawan Festival as an official festival in the City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan (Rep. Florida ‘Rida’ Robes)
HB 5095 – Declaring July 2 of every year as Araw ng Novaliches in the Fifth District of Quezon City (Rep. Alfredo Vargas III)
HB 5139 – Declaring the 10th of September of every year as a non-working holiday in the Municipality of Polomolok, Province of South Cotabato in commemoration of the municipality's founding anniversary and celebration of the F'lomlok Festival (Rep. Pedro Acharon Jr.)
|SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
(Technical Working Group)|
Conf. Rooms 3&4 RVM Bldg.
|Technical Working Group meeting on:|
HB 4498 – Further promoting entrepreneurship by strengthening, empowering, and enhancing the financing programs for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), amending for the purpose RA 6977, as amended, otherwise known as the Magna Carta for Small Enterprises (Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)
HB 5540 – Providing additional capitalization and funding to the Small Business Corporation (SB Corporation), to effectively spur its growth and development throughout the country, to rationalize its guidelines (Rep. Michael Romero Ph.D.)
|WAYS AND MEANS|
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
|HR 1145 – Inquiry into the alleged irregularities in tax assessment and collection involving Del Monte Philippines Inc. resulting to revenue loss to the government (Rep. Noel Villanueva)|
Spkr. Nograles Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
• Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
|BICOL RECOVERY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT|
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
|Presentation by various government agencies on their proposed 2018 budget, particularly for programs and projects in the Bicol Region|
(Subcommittee on Investigation and Enforcement Reforms)|
Conf. Rooms 3&4 RVM Bldg.
|HBs 8 & 775 – Institutionalizing a criminal investigation system, repealing for the purpose RA 5180, or the law prescribing a uniform system of preliminary investigation by provincial and city fiscals and their assistants and by state attorneys or their assistants, as amended (Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas and Rep. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar)|
HB 3081 – Requiring closed-circuit television (CCTV) owners to yield information or recorded data on the commission of a crime upon request of the proper investigative body or competent court (Rep. Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo)
HB 3296 – Repealing RA 5180, as amended (Rep. Evelina Escudero)
Spkrs. Aquino/ Makalintal Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HBs 1003, 1885, 3755 & 3785 – Expanding the purposes and application of the Special Education Fund (SEF), amending for the purpose RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 (Reps. Luis Jose Angel Campos Jr., Florida ‘Rida’ Robes, Ramon ‘Rav’ Rocamora, and Rodel Batocabe)|
HBs 1012, 3525 & 4613 – Creating barangays in the City of Pasay and in the Provinces of Sarangani and Occidental Mindoro (Reps. Rogelio Pacquiao, Emmi Calixto-Rubiano, and Josephine Ramirez-Sato)
|SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
Conference Room 5 RVM Bldg.
|HB 1205 – Upgrading the position of the provincial science and technology officer into the provincial science and technology director in the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), amending RA 6959, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Divina Grace Yu)|
HB 2163 – Instituting reforms in the existing policy on access and benefit-sharing from the utilization of Philippine genetic resources (Rep. Josephine Ramirez-Sato)
|SUFFRAGE AND ELECTORAL REFORMS|
Conf. Rooms 1&2 RVM Bldg.
|HBs 520 & 1692 – Identifying other persons criminally liable for election offenses and increasing the penalties for election-related offenses, amending Sections 263 and 264 of BP 881, as amended, or the Omnibus Election Code of the Philippines, and Section 46 of RA 8189 or the Voter’s Registration Act of 1996 (Deputy Speaker Fredenil Castro and Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)|
HB 5680 – Amending the Omnibus Election Code to include the mandatory drug testing by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) for all candidates as a prerequisite for the filing of their Certificates of Candidacy (Rep. Geraldine Roman)
|WOMEN AND GENDER EQUALITY|
Conf. Rooms 7&8 RVM Bldg.
|HB 1471 – Establishing the Address Confidentiality Program for victims of violence against women and their children, providing penalties for violation thereof, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Harlin Neil Abayon III)|
HBs 2592, 2664 & 5153 – Defining electronic violence against women (eVAW) and their children, providing protective measures, and prescribing penalties, amending for the purpose RA 9262, otherwise known as the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004 (Reps. Linabelle Ruth Villarica, Emmi de Jesus, and Gus Tambunting)
HB 2850 – Establishing a task force to recommend a uniform strategy to protect women against violent crime (Rep. Luisa Lloren Cuaresma)
HB 3813 – Penalizing all advertising agencies that exploit women and glorify sexual violence in their advertisements (Rep. Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo)
HB 5584 – Defining domestic violence against individuals including members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, other than women and children, and providing for protective measures for victims, prescribing penalties therefor (Rep. Federico ‘Ricky’ Sandoval II)
HBs 194, 508 & 4822 – Expanding the scope of acts constituting sexual harassment, amending for the purpose RA 7877, otherwise known as the Sexual Harassment Act of 1995 (Rep. Aniceto ‘John’ Bertiz III, Deputy Speaker Rolando Andaya Jr. and Rep. Michelle Antonio)
HB 2932 – Amending RA 7877, Section 3 on the definition of work, education or training-related sexual harassment (Rep. Harry Roque Jr.)
HBs 2591 & 3691 – Expanding the definition of sexual harassment, strengthening the mechanisms to monitor compliance with policies against sexual harassment in the workplace and in educational and training institutions, and prescribing penalties for violations thereof, repealing for the purpose RA 7877 (Reps. Linabelle Ruth Villarica and Arlene Brosas)
HB 5213 – Penalizing all forms of sexual harassment (Rep. Ramon ‘Rav’ Rocamora)
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