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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I


DAILY SCHEDULE

Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.


21-JANUARY-2020 • TUESDAY
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Agenda
09:00 AM
Spkrs. Aquino/ Makalintal Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Briefing by the Department of the Interior and Local Government – Interagency Task Force on Federalism and Constitutional Reform on the proposed amendments to the 1987 Constitution
BANKS AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
Agenda
09:30 AM
Conf. Rms. 1&2, RVM Bldg.
HBs 4256, 4622 & 5143 – Strengthening rural banks in the Philippines, amending further for the purpose RA 7353, otherwise known as the Rural Banks Act of 1992, as amended (Rep. Sharon Garin, Deputy Speaker Ferdinand Hernandez, and Rep. Maria Lourdes Acosta-Alba)
BASIC EDUCATION AND CULTURE
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Belmonte Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HBs 54, 285, 614, 758, 1312, 1400, 1915, 2136, 3311, 4099, 4116, 4127, 4214, 4399 & 4667 – Instituting services for learners with disabilities in support of inclusive education, establishing inclusive learning resource centers in all school districts, providing for standards, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Manuel Cabochan III, Estrellita Suansing, Alfredo Vargas III, Rozzano Rufino Biazon, Wes Gatchalian, Eric Olivarez, Precious Hipolito Castelo, Camille Villar, Lawrence ‘Law’ Fortun, Henry Villarica, Ramon Guico III, Joy Myra Tambunting, and Faustino ‘Inno’ Dy V)

HB 307 – Establishing public schools in geographically isolated disadvantaged conflict-affected areas, and access roads leading to last mile public schools (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)

HBs 3072 & 4978 – Establishing a basic education school in every indigenous peoples community in the country and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado and John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto)

HB 311 – Establishing the public schools of the future in technology, providing funds therefor (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)

HBs 514 & 5226 – Digitizing all books necessary for public education and establishing the Philippine online library, providing funds therefor (Reps. Geraldine Roman and Rufus Rodriguez)

HB 1249 – Institutionalizing the use of digital technology in the public education system (Deputy Speaker Luis Raymund 'LRay' Villafuerte Jr.)

HB 1411 – Mandating the automation of a national public school database (Rep. Alfredo Vargas III)

HB 2302 – Establishing an alternative online learning system for high school and first two years of college and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo)

HB 2671 – Mandating the Department of Education (DepEd) to include in the curriculum of primary and secondary schools the responsible use of the internet, video/photo equipment, smart phones and the likes (Rep. Faustino Michael Carlos Dy III)

HBs 3303 & 3505 – Establishing a safety internet education program in the curriculum of all elementary and secondary schools (Reps. Victor Yap and Lorna Silverio)

HBs 3433 & 4196 – Strengthening the utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) in all public elementary schools and high schools, providing funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Vilma Santos-Recto and Rep. Victor Yap)

HB 4131 – Providing for the establishment of e-libraries in all public schools in the Philippines and providing funds therefor (Rep. Virgilio Lacson)

HBs 4527 & 4719 – Requiring the establishment of computer laboratory in all public elementary and secondary schools (Reps. Eric Olivarez and John Marvin 'Yul Servo' Nieto)

HB 4629 – Promoting inclusive education through innovation and responsive 21st century education program for all Filipino learners (Rep. Abdullah Dimaporo)

HB 5090 – Establishing a computer and internet laboratory in all public elementary and high schools in the country and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr.)

HB 5806 – Creating the schools of the future driven by ICT-transformed education, and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Alfred Delos Santos)

HB 5626 – Converting the Sisigon Elementary School in Barangay Sisigon, Municipality of Matnog, Province of Sorsogon, into Sisigon Integrated School, and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Ma. Bernardita 'Ditas' Ramos)

HB 5693 – Separating the Dulop National High School - Labangon Annex in Barangay Labangon, Municipality of Dumingag, Province of Zamboanga del Sur from the Dulop National High School, converting it into an independent national high school to be known as Labangon Subanen Agricultural National High School and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Divina Grace Yu)
HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Nograles Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HB 903 – Mandating the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to include in its annual approved budget an allocation intended for trainings and programs for the drug dependents that were already rehabilitated (Rep. Joseph Stephen ‘Caraps’ Paduano)

HB 2921 – Prescribing uniform qualification standard for teachers in colleges or universities (Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo)

HB 5035 – Standardizing the tenure of college professors (Rep. John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto)

HB 5750 – Providing for the establishment of a TESDA training and accreditation center in the Municipality of Calabanga, Province of Camarines Sur, to be known as the Calabanga TESDA Training and Accreditation Center, and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr.)

HB 5809 – Establishing a TESDA Provincial Training and Assessment Center (TESDA PTAC) in Bantay, Ilocos Sur, and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Jose ‘Bonito’ Singson Jr.)

HB 2201 – Creating the Bulacan State University System, integrating modernization, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado)

HB 3225 – Converting the Kipit Agro-Fishery High School in Kipit, Labason, Zamboanga del Norte into a state college to be known as the Murcielagos State College and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Isagani Amatong)

HB 5150 – Integrating the Pintuyan National Vocational High School into the Southern Leyte State University System (Rep. Rufus Rodriguez)

HB 5751 – Renaming Compostela Valley State College into the Davao De Oro State College (Rep. Manuel ‘Way Kurat’ Zamora)

HB 5765 – Establishing a field office of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in Batac City, Ilocos Norte and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Angelo Marcos Barba)

HR 550 – Commending Miss Cristeta Pasia Comerford for receiving an honorary degree from the University of the Philippines in recognition for her exemplary achievements (Rep. Lorna Silverio)
REVISION OF LAWS (Technical Working Group)
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Technical Working Group meeting on HBs 478, 507, 1622, 1939, 2538, 2661, 3088, 3513, 3533, 3703, 3902, 3911, 4040, 4242, 4782, 4971, 5059, 5497, 5708 & 5819 – Amending RA 8972, otherwise known as the Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000, by providing additional benefits to solo parents (Reps. Arlene Brosas, Robert Ace Barbers, Lawrence ‘Law’ Fortun, Enrico Pineda, Deputy Speaker Aurelio ‘Dong’ Gonzales Jr., Reps. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado, Anna Marie Villaraza-Suarez, Sol Aragones, Precious Hipolito Castelo, Deputy Speakers Dan Fernandez, Loren Legarda, and Ferdinand Hernandez, Reps. Francis Gerald Abaya, Ramon Guico III, John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto, Tyrone Agabas, Alfred Delos Santos, Alberto ‘Bobby’ Pacquiao, and Alfredo Vargas III)
WAYS AND MEANS
Agenda
09:30 AM
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HBs 1274, 3309, 3373, 3469, 4009 & 4926 – Institutionalizing the Philippine Bamboo Industry Development Council (PBIDC), appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Reps. Camille Villar, Sharon Garin, Deputy Speaker Deogracias Victor ‘DV’ Savellano, Reps. Henry Villarica and ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado)

Substitute Bill to HBs 4745, 4806, 4809, 4943, 5019, 5078 & 5348 – Strengthening the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel by rationalizing and further professionalizing its organization, upgrading the compensation, benefits, and positions of its officials and employees, and appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Henry Oaminal and Michael Romero Ph.D., Reps. Lord Allan Jay Velasco, Eric Olivarez, Rufus Rodriguez, Jericho Jonas Nograles, and Ruwel Peter Gonzaga)
WAYS AND MEANS (Technical Working Group)
Agenda
09:30 AM
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
Continuation of the Technical Working Group meeting on:

HB 783 – Providing for a classification system for third parties under RA 10863, otherwise known as the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon)

HB 784 – Providing for the acquisition of the services of a private auction house that shall undertake all public auctions at the Bureau of Customs (BOC), amending for this purpose RA 10863 (Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon)

HB 800 – Amending RA 10863 (by including a new provision that would allow the BOC to use part of its income for its modernization program) (Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon)

HB 2591 – Amending Section 440 of RA 10863 (by establishing a mandatory advance customs clearance and control on containerized cargoes) (Rep. Jose Atienza Jr.)

HB 5278 – Requiring the declaration of the value of imported goods in shipping and airline documents and prohibiting fraudulent alteration of cargo manifest, Bill of Lading, and airway bill, amending for the purpose RA 10863 (Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta)

HB 5548 – Amending for the purpose Sections 102, 119, 201, 307, 402, 405, 407, 431, 802, 806, 1135, 1100, 1129, 1147, 1400, and 1226 and deleting Section 709 of RA 10863 (by simplifying and clearly defining some processes in the customs clearance of imported goods and setting stricter provisions in granting the authority to operate a customs facilities warehouse, among others) (Rep. Sharon Garin)
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Agenda
10:00 AM
Conf. Rm. 5, RVM Bldg.
HB 3372 – Promoting safe and responsible use of modern biotechnology, establishing the Biotechnology Authority of the Philippines for this purpose and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Sharon Garin)

HR 107 – Commending and congratulating Eugene Rivera, Joscel Kent Manzanero, and Keith Russel Cadores for having three minor planets named after them for winning second-place in the "Energy:Physical" category of the 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Rep. Sarah Jane Elago)

HR 284 – Extending the full support of the House of Representatives for the invention of the Universal Structural Health Evaluation And Recording (USHER) System by the Mapua University, the Department of Science and Technology, and the Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (Rep. Anthony Peter ‘Onyx’ Crisologo)

HR 475 – Expressing the high esteem of the House of Representatives and congratulatory message to the newly awarded Filipino national scientist Dr. Emil Q. Javier for his distinguished achievements in science and technology conferred by President Rodrigo Duterte (Rep. Elisa ‘Olga’ Kho)

HR 561 – Commending and recognizing Filipina scientist Jenny Anne Barretto for her extraordinary contribution to marine scientific research with her discovery of Apolaki Caldera in the Philippine Rise (Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco)
SENIOR CITIZENS
Agenda
10:00 AM
Spkr. Yñiguez Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Organizational meeting

Briefing by concerned government agencies on their plans and programs for senior citizens
AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Agenda
01:00 PM
Conf. Rms. 1&2, RVM Bldg.
HRs 412 & 439 – Expressing the strong opposition of the House of Representatives (HRep) to the planned liberalization or deregulation of the importation of sugar for the purpose of safeguarding the welfare of sugar farmers, farm and mill workers across the country (Reps. Francisco ‘Kiko’ Benitez and Eufemia ‘Ka Femia’ Cullamat)
POVERTY ALLEVIATION
Agenda
01:00 PM
Conf. Rm. 6, RVM Bldg.
Draft Committee Reoprt on the Substitute Bill to HBs 3754, 4014 & 4718 – Establishing a financial assistance for poor litigants (Reps. Rufus Rodriguez, Henry Villarica, and John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto)

HB 4829 – Providing 20% discount for poor job applicants in the payment of fees and charges for certain certificates and clearances issued by government agencies (Rep. Dale ‘Along’ Malapitan)
OVERSEAS WORKERS AFFAIRS
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Nograles Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Discussion on the following urgent issues affecting overseas Filipino workers’ (OFWs) rights and welfare:

• The case of OFW Jerson Enriquez and his 14 companions for having been recruited and deployed to Saudi Arabia without any work awaiting them upon their arrival there;

• The case of OFW Jeanelyn Villavende, a domestic worker who was killed by her employer in Kuwait; and

• The current situation of OFWs in Iraq and other countries in the Middle East relative to the escalating tension between Iran and the United States, and the contingency measures in case there is a need for a massive repatriation of OFWs
WELFARE OF CHILDREN
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HBs 179, 217, 475, 520, 689, 1945, 2173, 2253, 2832, 2848, 3027, 3398, 3705, 4006, 4010, 5287, 5513 & 5768 – Instituting the Magna Carta of Child Development Workers and providing funds therefor (Rep. Horacio Suansing Jr., Deputy Speaker Roberto Puno, Reps. Arlene Brosas, Michael Edgar Aglipay, Stella Luz Quimbo, Lawrence ‘Law’ Fortun, Bernadette ‘BH’ Herrera-Dy, Manuel Cabochan III, Rufus Rodriguez, Divina Grace Yu, Wilter ‘Sharky’ Wee Palma II, Strike Revilla, Precious Hipolito Castelo, Tyrone Agabas, Henry Villarica, and Manuel Jose ‘Mannix’ Dalipe, Resurreccion Acop, and Joy Myra Tambunting)

HBs 76, 5512 & 5526 – Establishing the rules and policies on the domestic administrative adoption of Filipinos (Reps. Paul Ruiz Daza, Irene Gay Saulog, and Deputy Speaker Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr.)

HB 1920 – Prohibiting unattended children in motor vehicles (Rep. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado)

HB 5592 – Protecting unattended children in motor vehicles (Rep. Florencio Noel)

Last Updated: 02-July-2020, 09:25:41 PM