Laws and Legislations vis-à-vis Accountability of Government Librarians. By: Prof. Antonio M. Santos. Laws on Property Accountability. Constitutional Provisions Legislations COA Issuances. A. Constitution. Constitution (1935) Art. X General Auditing Office, secs. 1-4
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Prof. Antonio M. Santos
Purchase and Acquisition
Retirement and Sale
“Library Books and Materials” shall include reference books and all other materials relevant to the functions of the agency or institution concerned, comprising the library collection and needed in the intellectual and professional advancement of government personnel and other library users. This account shall include printed and audio-visual material. (Includes donations and the likes)
Per COA Memorandum 92-751, applications for relief from property accountability shall be accompanied by some requirements / submissions, absence of which will bar the grant of relief
Note: Materials out with users and evidenced
by book cards, etc. are not losses
When does the book accountability of the Head of TNL ends and the book accountability of public librarians begin as far as book allocation from TNL is concerned?