PLANNING,MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION DIVISION

 

 

 

The PMID is a support division created under the FPA’s approved Rationalization Plan to consolidate all plans from the different divisions, programs development, risk assessment and systems improvement coordination, and public information/ dissemination.  Aside from the said activities, the PMID is in-charge of the methyl bromide related concerns as well as the accreditation activity of the FPA.  

 

Based on the FPA’s Rationalization Plan, the following are the functions of the PMID:

  • Consolidate long-range and annual plans and programs of the FPA;
  • Develop plans and programs for management improvement;
  • Develop criteria for prioritizing plans, programs, projects and activities for funding;
  • Coordinate with other divisions in the Authority, planning bodies, and other appropriate agencies;
  • Examine the administrative organization of the FPA and review existing management methods, systems, processes/procedures and provide recommendations for improvement;
  • Conduct regular management surveys of the organizational structure, manpower and operations, and study special problem/cases, if necessary;
  • Develop new and improve management systems, and provide management supervision over the implementation of such improvements, as well as conduct trainings on the application of the system(s);
  • Develop staffing standards and manpower requirements of the Agency;
  • Conduct regular and annual agency performance review;
  • Prepare regular accomplishment reports;
  • Plan, develop and implement an effective and efficient management information system, including the dissemination of updated fertilizer and pesticide industry information;
  • Conduct information campaigns regarding the safe and judicious use of fertilizers and pesticides;
  • Develop, produce and publish reports, documents, research results, technical bulletins and other information materials;
  • Manage the Agency databank; and
  • Operate and maintain the FPA website and library.

 


 

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