Executive Order No. 130, s. 2013

Signed on March 14, 2013: Declaring and delineating the Catbalogan Port Zone and placing it under the administrative jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).


Executive Order No. 129, s. 2013

Signed on March 14, 2013: Declaring and delineating the Calbayog Port Zone and placing it under the administrative jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).


Executive Order No. 128, s. 2013

Signed on March 14, 2013: Declaring and delineating the San Jose Port Zone and placing it under the administrative jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).


Executive Order No. 127, s. 2013

Signed on March 14, 2013: Declaring and delineating the Bacacay Port Zone and placing it under the administrative jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).


Smuggled cars and float glass worth P4.7M seized in Davao by Customs

A March 14, 2013, press release from the Bureau of Customs: Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Ruffy Biazon today, March 14, 2013, led Customs officials in the inspection of three seized high-end vehicles worth over P3 million and 25 twenty-footer container vans of float glass worth $ 40,622.40 (P1,625,000) which were seized by operatives of the Enforcement and Security Service-Customs Police Division (BOC-CPD) and Run-After-The-Smugglers (RATS) at the Port of Davao for misdeclaration, misclassification and undervaluation in February this year.


DPWH pushes for revising contractors’ maximum capacity

A March 14, 2013, press release from the Department of Public Works and Highways: Secretary of Public Works and Highways Rogelio L. Singson pushes for revising the contractors’ maximum capacity to undertake government projects taking into consideration the amount of income taxes they pay to the government.


Public schools operating expenses increased

A March 14, 2013, press release from the Department of Education: The Department of Education has significantly increased its allocation for schools maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE) by 46 percent this year as the government intensifies its efforts to achieve the learning targets of some 20-million students in elementary and secondary public schools nationwide.