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COA asks PTV for documents on P90M paid to employees

MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Audit (COA) has cautioned state-run


television network PTV4 over some P89.68 million that it paid to contract of service
(COS) and contractual employees without proper documentation.

In its annual audit report, the COA said that if the Philippine Television Network
Inc. failed to submit the required supporting documents for the salaries paid to COS
and contractual workers, the audit body would issue a notice of suspension that could
lead to a notice of disallowance.

“The legality, validity and accuracy of the payments in the total amount of P89.680
million for the salaries of contractual and contract of service personnel of [PTV4] for
the period January 2018 to December 2018 could not be ascertained due to
nonsubmission of the documentary requirements such as daily time records (DTRs),
contracts of service and accomplishment reports,” the COA said.

In its report, the COA said the nonsubmission was in direct violation of Presidential
Decree No. 1445 or the government auditing code.

Under the said law, government agencies such as PTV4 are required to disclose
financial transactions and operations, with complete documentation.
Meanwhile, a 2012 COA circular requires that government agencies submit a
documentation of payments for the salary of casual or COS personnel. These
documents include copies of the service contract, certification by the personnel officer
that the activities and services rendered by the contractual employee cannot be
provided by regular or permanent personnel of the agency, accomplishment reports
and DTRs.

The said contracts should be submitted within five working days of the execution of
the contract, the COA added.

The COA said that upon examination of the books of PTV4 for January 2018 to
December 2018, said documents were not attached to the payrolls, nor submitted to
the audit team.

The COA then tasked the PTV4 to submit the documents immediately or risk a notice
of disallowance.
But PTV4 argued that they have not submitted the necessary documents since these
have yet to be notarized and alphabetized. The state-run television network then
promised the COA that it will abide by the audit body’s documentary requirements.

Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1141410/

Surigao niyanig, 28 sugatan


Nasa 28 katao ang nasugatan habang ilang
istruktura ang napinsala sa pagyanig ng
magnitude 5.5 sa Surigao del Sur ngayong
Sabado ng umaga.

Ayon sa Philippine Institute of Volcanology


and Seismology (Phivolcs), naitala ang 5.5-
magnitude na lindol 4:42 ng umaga, siyam
na kilometro sa timogsilangang bahagi ng
Carrascal, Surigao del Sur.

Pagbabahagi ng Phivolcs tectonic ang origin


ng lindol, na dulot ng paggalaw ng lupa sa
ilalim at sinundan ng aftershocks na 3.8-
magnitude at 1.9-magnitude bandang 5:15
ng umaga at 1:07 ng hapon.

“Twenty-five recorded patients with minor


injuries were treated at Madrid District
Hospital and three patients referred to
Adela Serra Ty for further check-up,”
pahayag ni Office of Civil Defense Caraga
Regional Director Liza Mazo.

Apat na bayan ang pinakaapektado ng


lindol, ang bayan ng Lanuza, Carmen,
Madrid at Cantilan.

Sa bayan ng Lanuza, isang pribadong gusali


ang gumuho habang bumigay din ang
pader ng Agsam Catholic Church was
damaged.

Napinsala rin ang kisane ng isang simbahan


sa bayan ng Carmen habang ilang bitak ang
nakita sa munispisyo ng bayan.
Nakapagtala rin ng pinsala sa ilang
barangay hall sa lugar.

Gumuho naman ang isang lumang gusali sa


bayan ng Madrid habang ilang tahanan ang
napinsala,
Nakitaan naman ng bitak ang tulay ng
Magosilom Casa sa bayan ng Cantilan.
“OCD-Caraga coordinates closely with SDS
[Surigao del Sur] provincial disaster risk
reduction management office. So far,
situation is still manageable by PDRRMO,”
ani Mazo.

Nagsagawa na ng field validation ang mga


awtoridad upang matukoy ang kabuuang
pinsala na idinulot ng lindol sa ibang bahagi
ng probinsiya.

http://balita.net.ph/2019/07/13/