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Office for Transportation Security

Legal Basis
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Executive Order No. 277 (January 30, 2004) created the Office for Transportation Security (OTS) under the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and reconstituted the National Council for Civil Aviation Security as National Civil Aviation Security Committee (NCASC). Executive Order No. 311 (April 26, 2004) expanded the powers and functions of the OTS, including the powers and functions of NCASC.

Mandate The Office for Transportation Security (OTS) is responsible for the security of transportation systems by formulating, implementing, and coordinating security measures, programs, plans, and activities which will enhance the security and safety of the transportation systems of the country. 555

LOGICAL FRAMEWORK (OTS)

Societal Goal
Economic growth towards poverty reduction

Sectoral Goal

Access to markets and seamless interconnection of the entire country

Organizational Outcome

Transport network for moving people, goods and services

Major Final Outputs

Maritime transport security services

Road and rail transport security services

Civil aviation security services

Program/ Activities/ Projects

Formulation and implementation of national maritime transportation security policies, programs, standards, systems and procedures Regulation and supervision of sea transport and maritime infrastructure security operations

Formulation and implementation of national land and rail transportation security policies, programs, standards, systems and procedures Regulation and supervision of land transport and rail systems and infrastructure security operations

Formulation and implementation of national civil aviation security policies, programs, standards, systems and procedures Regulation and supervision of civil aviation security operations Operation and maintenance of civil aviation security systems

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PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND TARGETS (Amounts in Thousand Pesos)


FY 2007 Actual/ Amount FY 2008 Target/ Amount FY 2009 Target/ Amount

Particulars

MFO 1 Maritime transport security services Performance Indicators: Number of water Transportation Security Regulations (TSR) issued Number of Statement of Compliance of a Ports Facility (SCPF) issued/renewed Number of International Ship Security Certificates (ISSC) issued/renewed Number of National Ship Security Certificates (NSSC) issued MFO 2 Road & rail transport security services Performance Indicators: Number of land and rail TSR issued Number of bus operators' security plans inspected, reviewed, and approved Number of MRT/LRT/PNR lines operators' security plans inspected, reviewed, and approved MFO 3 Civil aviation security services Performance Indicators: Number of air TSR issued Number of air TSR proposed/drafted and submitted for approval Number of airport security/facility plan reviewed/evaluated and approved Number of aircraft operators' security plan reviewed/evaluated and approved Number and % of reported breaches of security (incidents/violations) acted upon Number of aviation security screeners trained, qualified, and certified TOTAL

13,520 1 191 72 9 5,795

16,080 6 200 95 50 6,892 4

19,689 2 210 150 116 8,438 4 20 63

10 30

20 63

419,134 7

229,752 9

259,738

9 58 27 50 214 438,449 88 32 50 321 252,724 88 33 50 364 287,865

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FY 2009 MFO BUDGET By MFO/By Expense Class (In thousand pesos)


Particulars MFO 1 Maritime transport security services MFO 2 Road and rail transport security services MFO 3 Civil aviation security services TOTAL % Share PS 9,260 MOOE 10,429 CO TOTAL 19,689 % Share 6.84%

3,969

4,469

8,438

2.93%

132,135 145,364 50.50%

77,603 92,501 32.13%

50,000 50,000 17.37%

259,738 287,865 100%

90.23% 100%

By By MFO MFO (Total Budget = (Total Budget =P287,865,000) P287,865,000)


MFO 1 6.84% 6.84%

MFO 1 MFO 2 2.93%

MFO 2 2.93%

MFO 3 MFO 90.23%

3 90.23%

(Total Budget = P287,865,000)


CO 17.37% 17.37% PS 50.50 % MOOE 32.13%

By Expense Class By Expense Class (Total Budget = P287,865,000)

CO

MOOE 32.13%

PS 50.50%

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