SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I
Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.
|11-NOVEMBER-2019 • MONDAY|
|Committee/Sub-Committee||Time and Venue|
|WAYS AND MEANS|
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
|Substitute Bill to HBs 1140, 2309, 2511, 2536, 2540, 2543, 2849, 2891, 3114, 3273, 3345, 3486, 3651, 3653, 3946, 3948, 4192 & 4230 – Establishing the Malasakit Program, institutionalizing the delivery of medical and financial assistance under the Malasakit centers in public hospitals to complement the implementation of RA 11223, otherwise known as the Universal Health Care Act, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Emmarie 'Lolypop' Ouano-Dizon, Wes Gatchalian, Joel Mayo Almario, Deputy Speaker Aurelio 'Dong' Gonzales Jr., Rep. Paul Ruiz Daza, Deputy Speaker Luis Raymund 'LRay' Villafuerte Jr., Reps. Anna Marie Villaraza-Suarez, John Marvin 'Yul Servo' Nieto, Jose Antonio ‘Kuya Jonathan’ Sy-Alvarado, Yedda Marie Romualdez, Cheryl Deloso-Montalla, Deputy Speaker Ferdinand Hernandez, Reps. Angelina 'Helen' Tan M.D., Ruwel Peter Gonzaga, Eric Olivarez, Sol Aragones, Carlo Lisandro Gonzalez, and Eric Yap)|
Substitute Bill to HBs 1294, 3006, 3616, 4223 & 4695 – Amending RA 8794, as amended, or the law imposing a motor vehicle user’s charge on owners of all types of motor vehicles (by applying a single rate for all types of motor vehicles whether private, government, or for hire) (Deputy Speaker Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Reps. Alfredo Vargas III and Joey Sarte Salceda)
HB 5267 – Taxing taxpayers engaged in Philippine offshore gaming operations, amending for the purpose Sections 22, 25, and 119 of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, as amended (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)
|GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES AND PRIVATIZATION|
Spkr. De Venecia Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
|Committee Report on the Substitute Bill to HBs 86, 221, 380, 529, 1501, 2681, 3026, 3921 & 3997 – Lowering the optional retirement age of government workers from 60 years to 56 years, amending for the purpose Section 13-a of RA 8291, otherwise known as the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Act of 1997 (Reps. Alfredo Garbin Jr., France Castro, Manuel “Way Kurat” Zamora, Joseph Stephen ‘Caraps’ Paduano, Edgar Chatto, Lorna Silverio, Wilter ‘Sharky’ Wee Palma II, Mercedes ‘Didi’ Cagas, and Tyrone Agabas)|
HB 82 – Amending Sections 9 and 41 of RA 8291 or the Government Service Insurance Act of 1997, by defining "basic monthly pension" and increasing the membership of the Board of Trustees of the GSIS (Rep. Alfredo Garbin)
HBs 228, 1033 & 2787 – Further strengthening the GSIS (Reps. France Castro, Joey Sarte Salceda, and Rufus Rodriguez)
HB 760 – Establishing a College Education Trust Fund for children of GSIS and Social Security System (SSS) members (Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon)
HB 1034 – Mandating the insurance of all government properties and interest with the GSIS (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)
HB 1096 – Mandating 13th and 14th month benefits for all pensioners of the GSIS and SSS (Rep. Ron Salo)
HB 1651 – Institutionalizing the rights of GSIS members, providing them additional representation in the GSIS Board (Rep. Manuel Cabochan III)
HB 2914 – Increasing the monthly income benefits for work-related permanent disability and death of workers and employees (Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo)
|MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT|
Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg.
|Briefing by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on its policies and plans and programs for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and its roadmap in promoting entrepreneurship and encouraging the establishment of MSMEs|
Briefing by the Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship on the entrepreneurship efforts and programs in the country
Spkr. Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
HBs 461, 1418 & 4198 – Institutionalizing the convergence strategy for sustainable rural development and providing the implementing mechanisms therefor (Reps. Elisa ‘Olga’ Kho, Wilfrido Mark Enverga, and Victor Yap)
Briefing by the Department of Agriculture (DA) on the eight pillars priority programs and projects for countryside development
|HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION|
Conf. Rms. 1&2, RVM Bldg.
|HB 2986 – Mandating all colleges and universities to include in their respective curricula the instruction of foreign language other than English as an elective subject (Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo)|
HBs 229 & 4859 – Establishing the College Living Expenses Financing (CLEF) Program to support higher studies for hundreds of thousands more of Filipino students of good academic standing, mandating the national government, and local government units to set up loan guarantee funds on student loans to be provided by banks, financial institutions, and other credit providers for the CLEF Program, appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Alfredo Vargas III and Rufus Rodriguez)
HB 429 – Establishing the Techno-Parks Development Fund (TPDF) for the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTSP), and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Rufus Rodriguez)
HB 3659 – Mandating all state universities and colleges in the Province of Nueva Vizcaya to establish an indigenous peoples (IPs) resource and training center for the preservation of the cultural identities, languages of the indigenous communities and for providing them livelihood opportunities through education, seminars, and literacy programs and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Luisa Lloren Cuaresma)
HB 4415 – Renaming Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) as Ferdinand E. Marcos State University (FEMSU), expanding its curricular offerings and strengthening its governing board, amending for the purpose PD 1279 (Rep. Angelo Marcos Barba)
HB 4421 – Converting the extension campuses of the Don Honorio Ventura State University into satellite campuses in the Municipalities of Sto. Tomas, Porac, Lubao, Candaba, and Apalit, all in the Province of Pampanga, appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Aurelio ‘Dong’ Gonzales Jr.)
|WELFARE OF CHILDREN|
Spkr. Laurel Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Update by the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) on the state of Filipino children
HBs 3, 4218 & 5175 – Providing for a national program to support and care for the abandoned, neglected, and voluntarily committed children, creating a special trust fund (Speaker Alan Peter ‘Compañero’ Cayetano, Reps. Jose Antonio ‘Kuya Jonathan’ Sy-Alvarado and Florencio Noel)
HB 1587 – Institutionalizing and enhancing the role of parent-teacher and community associations in promoting the welfare and protecting the rights of children and the youth, amending for the purpose PD 603, otherwise known as the Child and Youth Welfare Code (Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez)
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