DOE Exercises Direct Supervision over PEMC on Its GOCC Stature

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DOE Exercises Direct Supervision over PEMC on Its GOCC Stature


By Myrna M. Velasco

The Department of Energy (DOE) is now exerting direct supervision and jurisdiction over Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC), the operating entity of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market, including on the travel of its executives.

That, as Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi, has re-asserted PEMC's classification as a government-owned and controlled corporation (GOCC), in his memorandum dated April 21, 2017 relating to travel permissions that the heads of DOE-attached agencies must seek from the energy chief.

Cusi, in that correspondence, has stipulated that "all officials and employees of GOCCs not attached to the Office of the President shall seek approval from the head of the department to which they are attached, regardless of the length of their travel and the number of delegates concerned."

The glaring pronouncement in the memorandum is re-stating that PEMC is a GOCC, along with the National Electrification Administration, National Power Corporation, National Transmission Corporation, Philippine National Oil Company, PNOC-Renewables Corporation, PNOC-Exploration Corporation and the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation.

Cusi stressed in his directive to the attached agencies to be reminded that "all heads, officials and employees of GOCCs must obtain prior approval from the Secretary of Energy before they may be allowed to travel abroad, whether for official or personal reasons."

He added "all those who are approved requests for official travel abroad must also, thereafter, file a detailed report of his/her accomplishments during the trip with the Office of the Secretary of Energy. …

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