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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service II


DAILY SCHEDULE

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


05-FEBRUARY-2018 • MONDAY
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
ENERGY
Agenda
09:30 AM
Conf. Rms. 1&2, RVM Bldg.
HB 942 – Removing the allowable systems loss from private utility companies and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives from 14% to 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Tobias ‘Toby’ Tiangco)

HB 2297 – Prohibiting private electric utilities from collecting system losses from the consumers and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives to a maximum of 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)

HB 6341 – Prohibiting power distribution utilities (DUs) from collecting system losses from consumers, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Rodel Batocabe)
GOOD GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY jt. w/ HEALTH
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Belmonte Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HRs 444 & 480 and Privilege Speech 125 – Inquiry into the legality of the procurement process and use of public funds relative to the school-based dengue immunization program of the Department of Health (DOH) as well as the efficacy and safety of the vaccine procured (Reps. Angelina ‘Helen’ Tan M.D., Estrellita Suansing, and Doy Leachon)

HR 1519 – Investigation into the purchase of ₱3.5 billion worth of Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccines by the DOH under the former administration which have been found to pose health risks to more than 700,000 school children inoculated, and to hold accountable those responsible for the said purchase (Rep. Jose Atienza Jr.)
WAYS AND MEANS
Agenda
01:00 PM
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
HBs 3655 & 4011 – Increasing revenue collection and providing the foundation for an effective implementation of tax reforms by granting an amnesty on all unpaid internal revenue taxes imposed by the national government for taxable year 2015 and prior years (Reps. Michael Romero Ph.D. and Jocelyn Limkaichong)

HBs 3832 & 4133 – Granting tax amnesty on all unpaid internal revenue tax liabilities for taxable period January 2006 to June 2016 (Minority Leader Danilo Suarez and Deputy Speaker Eric Singson)

HB 4412 – Enhancing revenue administration and collection by granting an amnesty on all accrued penalties and charges of businesses which ceased to operate without clearance from the national government (Rep. Wes Gatchalian)
BICOL RECOVERY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Agenda
01:30 PM
Conf. Rms. 7&8, RVM Bldg.
Briefing by concerned government agencies in Region 5 relative to the eruption of Mayon Volcano
HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. De Venecia Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HBs 6387, 6450, 6658 & 6931 – Establishing Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) campuses in certain parts of the country and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo, Reynaldo Umali, Sol Aragones, and Dale ‘Along’ Malapitan)

HBs 6494-6499 – Providing for the establishment of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) training and accreditation centers in the City of Malolos and in the Municipalities of Pulilan, Calumpit, Paombong, Bulakan, and Hagonoy, all in the Province of Bulacan (Rep. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado)

HB 4453 – Mandating and institutionalizing a compulsory evaluation of skills certification programs (Rep. Arthur Yap)

HBs 1684 & 1717 – Rationalizing agriculture education in the Philippines by establishing a national system of agriculture education institutions, providing mechanisms for its implementation (Reps. Strike Revilla and Rozzano Rufino Biazon)

HB 4026 – Making agriculture and related courses more attractive to abate threats to Philippine agricultural sector and food security (Rep. Salvador Belaro Jr.)
PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION - CANCELLED
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Perez Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Roundtable discussion on strengthening social protection in the Philippines
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Draft Substitute Bill to HB 2957 – Providing for the establishment of a Timbangan ng Bayan Center in all markets nationwide, amending for the purpose Chapter II of RA 7394, otherwise known as the Consumer Act of the Philippines (Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo)

Draft Substitute Bill to HB 3252 & 6332 – Amending certain provisions of RA 9502, otherwise known as the Universally Accessible Cheaper and Quality Medicines Act of 2008, by establishing the Drug Price Regulatory Board (DPRB) and mandating the use of the generic names of drugs and medicines (Reps. Ferjenel Biron M.D. and Angelina ‘Helen’ Tan M.D.)
WELFARE OF CHILDREN
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Laurel Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Committee Report on the Substitute Bill to HBs 13, 1280, 2345, 3050 & 4676 – Providing for the special protection of children in situations of armed conflict and providing penalties for violations thereof (Reps. Feliciano Belmonte Jr., Jose Christopher Belmonte, Manuel Jose ‘Mannix’ Dalipe, Gus Tambunting, and John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto)

Committee Report on the Substitute Bill to HBs 894 and 2332 – Prohibiting unchaperoned children from roaming, loitering or sleeping outside their abode during unsafe hours, prescribing penalties for their parents or guardians and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Angelina ‘Helen’ Tan M.D. and Carlos ‘Charlie’ Cojuangco)

Substitute Bill to HBs 2442, 4813 & 5836 – Establishing rehabilitation centers for children and youth with disabilities nationwide (Reps. Teodoro Montoro, Bernadette Herrera-Dy, and Cristina ‘Chiqui’ Roa-Puno)

HBs 2881 & 6041 – Granting benefits and privileges to junior citizens (Reps. Robert ‘Ace’ Barbers and Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr.)

HB 6228 – Strengthening and reorganizing the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) (Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo)

Last Updated: 28-May-2018, 05:35:25 PM