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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I


DAILY SCHEDULE

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15-NOVEMBER-2022 • TUESDAY
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Agenda
09:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the R. R. Andaya Hall, 2/F Main Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HB 319 – Increasing the penalty for large scale agricultural smuggling, amending for the purpose RA 10845, otherwise known as the Anti-Agricultural Smuggling Act of 2016 (Rep. Eric Go Yap)

HB 3596 – Amending certain provisions of RA 10845 (by classifying large scale price manipulation of agricultural products as economic sabotage) (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)

HB 3917 – Amending Sections 3 and 4 of RA 10845 (by including tobacco, both in its raw form or as finished products, as among the agricultural commodities the illegal importation of which can be classified as constituting economic sabotage) (Rep. Ferdinand Alexander Marcos)

HB 5742 – Rationalizing existing penal laws against large scale agricultural smuggling, amending certain provisions of RA 10845 (Rep. Wilbert Lee)

HR 24 – Inquiry into the status of implementation of RA 19845, to determine its effectiveness in curbing large scale-smuggling of agricultural products (Rep. Arlene Brosas)

HR 108 – Inquiry into the continued smuggling of agricultural products into the country despite existing laws and regulations (Rep. Eric Go Yap)
BASIC EDUCATION AND CULTURE (Technical Working Group)
Agenda
09:00 AM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom
Technical Working Group meeting on HBs 3721, 3847 & 4240 – Establishing an Academic Recovery and Accessible Learning Program, appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Rex Gatchalian, Gus Tambunting, and Roman Romulo)
CIVIL SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL
Agenda
09:30 AM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
• Bills providing for regularization of non-regular employees of the government

HB 204 – Providing for security of tenure and granting substitute civil service eligibility for all non-regular and regular employees of the government who have rendered at least six months of continuous service (Rep. France Castro)

HB 521 – Granting civil service eligibility to those who have rendered at least three consecutive years of government service, or at least five non-consecutive years, whose appointment status is either contractual, casual, or job order (Rep. Ron Salo)

HB 1387 – Granting civil service eligibility to government employees, granting conditions, whose status of appointment is either casual or contractual and who have rendered a total of five years of efficient service (Rep. Bernadette ‘BH’ Herrera)

HB 1514 – Providing civil service eligibility and permanent appointment to all government casual and contractual employees under job orders, contract of service, memorandum of agreement/memorandum order or understanding and other similar contracts who have rendered at least three years of outstanding government service (Deputy Speaker Raymond Democrito Mendoza)

HB 1675 – Providing for security of tenure for all job order and contract of service workers of the government who have rendered the prescribed years of service in the national government agencies and the local government units (Rep. Patrick Michael Vargas)

HB 2210 – Providing for a permanent appointment to all casual and contractual employees of the government who have rendered the prescribed years of service (Rep. Eduardo ‘Bro. Eddie’ Villanueva)

HB 2916 – Providing for security of tenure and benefits for casual, contractual, and job order employees of the government (Rep. Greg Gasataya)

HBs 3425 & 4348 – Granting appropriate civil service eligibility to contractual, temporary, and coterminous government employees under certain conditions (Reps. Harris Christopher Ongchuan and JC Abalos)

HB 3623 – Granting civil service subprofessional eligibility to employees of the government with at least five years of service and professional eligibility to employees of the government with at least ten years of service (Rep. Ma. Victoria Co-Pilar)

HR 177 – Inquiry into the status of casual and contractual employment in the government, with the end in view of determining the possibility of regularizing casual and contractual positions to guarantee the security of tenure of personnel holding the said positions (Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto)

• Bills regulating the practice of physical therapy

HB 2045 – Regulating the registration, licensure, and practice of physical therapy, providing funds therefor (Rep. Kristine Alexie Tutor)

HB 2710 – Regulating the practice of physical therapy in the Philippines (Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez)

• Bills providing for a Physicians Profession Act

HB 688 – Providing for a Physician’s Act, repealing for the purpose RA 2382, as amended, otherwise known as the Medical Act of 1959 (Rep. Keith Micah ‘Atty. Mike’ Tan)

HB 1591 – Expanding the scope of medical practice through providing guidelines for telemedicine services, amending RA 2382 (Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez)
GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION
Agenda
09:30 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Belmonte Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 12, 2423, 2787, 2885, 3096, 3227, 3385, 3473, 3529, 3539, 4015, 4086, 4120, 4411 & 4816 – Rightsizing the National Government to improve public service delivery (Speaker Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, Reps. Richard Gomez, DPA, Patrick Michael Vargas, Margarita Ignacia Nograles, Teodorico Haresco Jr., Michael Romero, Ph.D., Keith Micah ‘Atty. Mike’ Tan, Jonathan Keith Flores, Paolo Duterte, Edvic Yap, Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Gus Tambunting, Stella Luz Quimbo, Virgilio Lacson, and Joseph Gilbert Violago)
NORTH LUZON GROWTH QUADRANGLE
Agenda
09:30 AM
Face-to-face meeting at Spkr. Nograles Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg.
Briefing by the Office of Civil Defense and the Department of Social Welfare and Development on their respective plans and programs on disaster preparedness and management of the consequences of disasters in Regions I and II and the Cordillera Administrative Region
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Agenda
09:30 AM
Combination of physical meeting at Conf. Rms. 3&4 and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 451, 800, 1001, 2699, 3627 & 4139 – Encouraging corporate social responsibility, providing incentives therefor (Reps. Jeffrey Soriano, Michael Romero, Ph.D., Marlyn Primicias-Agabas, Yedda Marie Romualdez, Leody ‘Odie’ Tarriela, and Harris Christopher Ongchuan)
HUMAN RIGHTS
Agenda
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Villar Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
Organizational meeting - Overview of the Committee's mandate, systems and procedures, and legislative agenda for the 19th Congress; Consideration/Adoption of the Committee Rules of Procedure

Briefing by major stakeholders on their respective mandates, organizational structures, and priority agenda for the 19th Congress
REVISION OF LAWS
Agenda
10:00 AM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom
Organizational meeting – Consideration/Approval of the Committee Rules of Procedure

HBs 200 & 4494 – Providing for the publication of laws in the print or online version of the Official Gazette and of a newspaper of general circulation (Reps. Jurdin Jesus Romualdo and Edward Vera Perez Maceda)

HB 4605 – Providing for the right of married women to retain their maiden surnames, amending for the purpose Article 370 of RA 386, as amended, otherwise known as the New Civil Code of the Philippines (Rep. Edward Vera Perez Maceda)
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Agenda
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the HRep Conference Room 1&2 and virtual meeting via Zoom
HBs 50, 3390, 4063 & 5616 – Establishing the Science for Change Program and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Joey Sarte Salceda, Christopher De Venecia, Juan Carlos ‘Arjo’ Atayde, and Carlito Marquez)

HB 1250 – Increasing the yearly allocation for scientific and technological activities (Rep. Ramon Guico Jr.)

HB 2776 – Establishing the Science for Filipino Society Program (Rep. Alfred Delos Santos)

HB 5561 – Establishing the Science for People and Competitiveness Program (Rep. Patrick Michael Vargas)

HBs 2706, 3607 & 3897 – Strengthening the National Research Council of the Philippines of the Department of Science and Technology for the promotion of research work and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Yedda Marie Romualdez, Faustino ‘Inno’ Dy V, and Carlito Marquez)

HB 2713 – Creating a Research and Development Council of the Philippines, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez)

HB 4785 – Improving the efficiency of national research and development (Rep. Gus Tambunting)

HB 4994 – Granting tax incentives for research activities (Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr.)
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (Technical Working Group)
Agenda
01:00 PM
Face-to-face meeting at Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg.
Technical Working Group meeting on the Substitute Bill to HBs 3, 277, 1809, 2568, 2683, 2731, 2902, 2963, 2978, 3421, 3563, 3612, 4115, 4137, 4261, 4262, 4499 & 4776 – Institutionalizing the transition of the government to E-Governance in the digital age, appropriating funds therefor (Speaker Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Dean Asistio, Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto, Reps. Virgilio Lacson, JC Abalos, Joey Sarte Salceda, Michael Romero, Ph.D., Deputy Speaker Kristine Singson-Meehan, Reps. Christopherson ‘Coco’ Yap, Paolo Duterte, Harris Christopher Ongchuan, Gus Tambunting, Arnolfo ‘Arnie’ Teves, and Rex Gatchalian)
SOUTHERN TAGALOG DEVELOPMENT - CANCELLED
Agenda
01:00 PM
Combination of physical meeting at Spkr. Villar Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
Briefing by the Regional Development Council and the National Economic and Development Authority on the regional development plan for CALABARZON Region and on the situational report and plan of action on the effects of severe tropical storm Paeng in the region
GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES AND PRIVATIZATION jt. w/ TRANSPORTATION
Agenda
01:30 PM
Virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HB 1346 – Creating the General Santos International Airport Authority, transferring existing assets of General Santos International Airport to the Authority, vesting the Authority with power to administer and operate the General Santos International Airport and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Loreto Acharon)

HB 1522 – Establishing the Aklan Airport Authority to administer and operate the Kalibo International Airport and the Caticlan Airport, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Teodorico Haresco Jr.)

HB 2234 – Creating the Philippine Airports Corporation, defining its powers and functions, and providing funds therefor (Rep. Christopherson ‘Coco’ Yap)

HB 831 – Creating the Metro Railways Transit Regulatory Board to promote the extensive use of our railways through a rational payment system, to foster and impose the appropriate fare rates, defining its powers and functions (Rep. Michael Romero, Ph.D.)

HB 1463 – Creating the Mindanao Railways Corporation, prescribing its powers, functions and duties, and providing for the necessary funds for its operation (Rep. Rufus Rodriguez)

HB 2762 – Creating the Central Luzon Railways Corporation, prescribing its power, functions, and duties and providing funds therefor (Rep. Joseph Gilbert Violago)

HB 291 – Creating the Bacolod City Ports Authority, defining its powers and functions, providing appropriations therefor (Rep. Greg Gasataya)

HB 1400 – Separating the regulatory and commercial functions of the Philippine Ports Authority by converting it into Philippine Ports Corporation for development, management, and operation of public ports within its system and transferring the regulatory functions to the Maritime Industry Authority (Rep. Bernadette ‘BH’ Herrera)

HB 4596 – Creating the Zamboanga City Port Authority, defining its powers and functions and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Khymer Adan Olaso)

Last Updated: 05-December-2022, 09:19:01 PM