The list below contains all the 15 Philippine government agencies under the FOI or Freedom of Information. It is the government’s response to the call for transparency and full public disclosure of information. FOI is a government mechanism, which allows Filipino citizens to request any information about the government transactions and operations, provided that it shall not put into jeopardy privacy and matters of national security. {source}

List of Government Agencies Under FOI 2016

List of 15 Philippine Government Agencies Under FOI 2016

Department of Budget and Management
  • Promotes sound and efficient use of government resources for national development
Department of Finance
  • Fomulates, institutionalizes, and administers fiscal policies
Department of Health
  • Spearheads national health policy formulation
Department of Information and Communications Technology
  • Plans, develops, and promotes the national ICT development plan
Department of Justice
  • The government's principal law, prosecution agency
Department of Transportation
  • Leads policy-making for air, land, and sea transportation
National Archives of the Philippines
  • Manages and administers archival records
Office of the Government Corporate Counsel
  • Safeguards the interests of all government-owned and controlled corporations
Office of the Solicitor General
  • Represents the Government in any litigation, proceeding, or investigation
  • Provides health insurance coverage for Filipinos
Philippine National Police
  • Enforces the law for peace and order in the country
Philippine Statistics Authority
  • Collects, compiles, analyzes, and publishes statistical information on the Philippines
Presidential Commission on Good Government
  • Assists the President to recover Marcos' ill-gotten wealth and investigate cases of graft and corruption
Presidential Communications Operations Office
  • Communications arm of the President and the Government
Public Attorneys Office
  • Extends free legal assistance to indigent persons in various cases

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