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  1. PUBLIC SERVICE ACCOUNTABILITY ATTY. MARILYN E. TALDO Regional Director, CSC-CAR

  2. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6713 Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees

  3. Coverage “All officials and employees in the government, elective and appointive, permanent or temporary, whether in the career or non-career service, including military and police personnel. Whether or not they receive compensation, regardless of amount.”

  4. Republic Act No. 6713 deals on the following: • Norms of Conduct of Public Officials and Employees • Duties of Public Officials and Employees • Prohibited Acts and Transactions • Statements and Disclosure • Divestment, and • Penalties

  5. Civil Service Commission Has the primary responsibility for the administration and enforcement of RA 6713, which among others includes the enforcement of the SA (Sec. 12, RA 6713)

  6. RA 6713, Section 8 (Statements and Disclosure) “Public officials and employees have an obligation to accomplish and submit declarations under oath of, and the public has the right to know, their assets, liabilities, net worth and financial and business interests including those of their spouses and of unmarried children under eighteen (18) years of age living in their households.”

  7. Article XI, 1987 Philippine Constitution “Section 17. A public officer or employee shall, upon assumption of office and as often thereafter as may be required by law, submit a declaration under oath of his assets, liabilities, and net worth. xxx”

  8. What is the SALN? • statement of assets, liabilities and net worth; • disclosure of financial connections or business interests; • identification of relatives within the fourth degree of consanguinity or affinity, which also include bilas, balae and inso

  9. Why one must file the SALN? Government official/ employee occupies a position vested with public trust. Thus, requiring him/her to put public interest over and above his/her own. The primary use of the information on the SALN form is to exhibit TRANSPARENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY.

  10. Why is there a need for change? • The previous form was found to be deficient. • As a result of such, government agencies cannot fully prosecute erring officials with regard to unexplained wealth. • To remove the confusion in the filling up of the SALN Form.

  11. What was the action taken? • CSC constituted a Technical Working Group. • PURPOSE: To review the SALN Form in order to cure its incompleteness and to make the same in full compliance with the applicable laws. • In 2011, CSC issued the Revised SALN Form incorporating the agreements made during the SALN-TWG meetings.

  12. What was the action taken? • However, the Revised SALN Form was met with oppositions from several government sectors. • Some of the issues raised include: • SALN Form is burdensome to fill up. • The legal basis is not correct.

  13. What was the action taken? • On March 15, 2012, CSC resolved to defer the use of the Revised SALN Form and allowed the use of the previous form (1994 SALN Form). • On March 16, 2012, the Commission agreed to re-constitute the TWG to resolve the issues facing the SALN Form.

  14. Members of the TWG • Office of the President; • Senate of the Philippines; • House of Representatives; • Supreme Court; • Office of the Ombudsman; • Commission on Audit; • Department of Justice; • Department of Finance; • Department of Budget and Management; • Department of the Interior and Local Government; • Governance Commission for GOCCs

  15. Members of the TWG • From the public sector unions • Philippine Government Employees Association • Confederation of Independent Unions

  16. NEW SALN FORM CSC Resolution No. 1300173 dated January 24, 2013; CSC MC#2, S. 2013

  17. Who are required to file? • All officials and employees of: • national and local governments • state universities and colleges, and • government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCC) and their subsidiaries, with or without original charter

  18. Who are exempted from filing? • Those serving in honorary capacity; • Laborers; and • Casual or temporary workers. However, those holding career positions under temporary status are required to file their SALN.

  19. When to file? NEW ENTRANT FILING: Due within 30 calendar days from assumption to office; information must be as of declarant’s first day of service ANNUAL FILING: Due not later than April 30 of every year; information as of December 31 of the reporting period

  20. When to file? SEPARATION: Due within 30 days after separation from government service

  21. Basic Features • The following declarations have been removed: • Amount and sources of income; • Amount of personal and family expenses; • Amount of income taxes paid.

  22. Basic Features • Declaration of nature of real properties was removed. • The subcategories under personal properties, i.e. Tangible and intangible were removed. • The basis of assessed value and current fair market value was clarified, that is, it should be the amount found in tax declaration of the real properties.

  23. Basic Features • On the filing of spouses who are both government employees, the manner by which they should file their SALN was clarified. • Identification of relatives is required to be “to the best of my knowledge” and the other declarations are “true and correct statements”

  24. Basic Features • The SALN Form is now easier to fill up. • Most of the changes have been made in the guidelines clarifying matters raised in previous years.

  25. How does one fill out the SALN Form? Fill it out together with the Guidelines which was arranged to match the sequence of information needed from the declarant.

  26. Basic Information

  27. Basic Information DECLARANT is • single or • married but whose spouse is not in the government service Tick off the box marked as “Not Applicable.”

  28. Declarant’s Children • new column on AGE.

  29. Real Properties • Refer to properties which are immovable by nature. • SALN purposes, real properties are classified according to their use, that is, residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, or mixed use and the like

  30. Real Properties • DESCRIPTION - land only or land with building, a house and lot, condominium unit, or an improvement such as an extension or garage, and the like. • IMPROVEMENTS – • refer to all works that are constructed or introduced to the land, or repairs or improvements made to the land or building after its initial acquisition • may be declared separately or together with the land to which it is attached

  31. Real Properties • ACQUISITION COST – • amount of money paid to acquire or own something • also refers to the amount of expenses incurred for improvements introduced on a real property • In the case of properties received gratuitously, e.g. donation or inheritance, no acquisition cost shall be declared

  32. Real Properties • In all real properties, the fair market value and assessed value as found in the tax declaration shall be declared. • Declarant to indicate/disclose those real properties already titled or registered under his/her name, spouse or unmarried children below 18 years of age & living in his/her household; including those covered by a deed of sale, inherited or subject of extra-judicial settlement of estate but not yet titled

  33. Personal Properties • Refer to jewelry, appliances, furniture, motor vehicles and other tangible/movable properties. • This shall also include investments or other assets, such as cash on hand or in bank, negotiable instruments, securities, stocks, bonds, and the like

  34. Declaration of Assets • CO-OWNED PROPERTIES - declarant shall disclose the proportionate amount of his share in the property • PROPERTIES SUBJECT OF A CONTRACT TO SELL - the amount already paid shall be declared as personal property • MORTGAGED PROPERTY – the actual purchase price is the acquisition cost • LIABILITY to be declared shall be the outstanding balance of the loan as of December 31 of the preceding year

  35. Liabilities • Refer to financial liability or anything that can result to a transfer or disposal of an asset. • NATURE OF LIABILITY - type of loan obtained from banks, financial institutions, GSIS, PAG-IBIG and others, such as personal, multi-purpose, salary, calamity loan and the like • OUTSTANDING BALANCE - amount of money that one still owes on the loan as of December 31 of the preceding calendar year

  36. Computation of Net Worth • NET WORTH - sum of all assets (real and personal) less total liabilities • In real properties, the acquisition cost shall be used in the computation of the net worth • In personal properties, the acquisition cost or amount/value of money shall be used in the computation of the total net worth

  37. What are excluded in the computation? • Properties of unmarried children below 18 years of age living in the declarant’s household • Paraphernal or capital properties of declarant’s spouse

  38. Spouses who are both public officers or employees • In case of separate filing • paraphernal or capital properties shall not be included in the computation of the declarant’s net worth • In case of joint filing • the total assets of the spouses shall include their respective paraphernal or capital properties

  39. SALN Form – 2nd page

  40. Business Interests/Financial Connectionsand Relatives in the Government

  41. Business Interests /Financial Connections • BUSINESS INTERESTS - declarant’s existing interest in any business enterprise or entity, aside from his/her income from government • FINANCIAL CONNECTIONS - declarant’s existing connections with any business enterprise or entity, whether as a consultant, adviser and the like, with an expectation of remuneration for services rendered

  42. Nature of Interest • refers to existing interest or connection in any business enterprise, whether as proprietor, investor, promoter, partner, shareholder, officer, managing director, executive, creditor, lawyer, legal consultant or adviser, financial or business consultant, and the like

  43. Relatives in the Government

  44. Relatives Within the 4th Degree • AFFINITY - relationship of a husband to the blood relatives of his wife, or a wife to the blood relatives of her husband • CONSANGUINITY - relationship by blood from the same stock or common ancestor

  45. Relatives Within the 4th Degree

  46. Relatives Within the 4th Degree

  47. Great Grand- parent 3 4 Grand- parents Brothers/ Sisters of Grand- parents 2 Parents 3 Uncles/ Aunts 2 1 4 DECLARANT Brothers/ Sisters 1st Degree Counsin/s 3 Nephews/ Nieces 1 Children 4 2 Grand Nephews/ Nieces Grandchildren 3 Great Grandchildren 4 Great Great Grandchildren

  48. Who else are included? • Balae • a parent of the declarant’s son-in-law or daughter-in- law • Bilas • declarant’s brother-in-law's wife or sister-in-law's husband • Inso • appellation for the wife of an elder brother or male cousin

  49. Certification and Signature