About the Event

As part of the government’s efforts to raise awareness on good governance reforms and Open Government Partnership (OGP) to other sectors as a strategy to expand constituency and for sustainability, the Philippine Good Governance Summit (PGGS) for the Youth was successfully conducted from March 12-14, 2015 at the Bayview  Park Hotel Manila. The event was organized by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), through the Cabinet Cluster on Good Governance and Anti-Corruption (Governance Cluster), in partnership with the University of the Philippines-National College of Public Administration and Governance (UP-NCPAG), and National Youth Commission (NYC), with support from the USAID-funded Facilitating Public Investment (FPI) project.  The Summit was attended by more than 300 student leaders and faculty members from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

The PGGS served as an effective platform that hosted the dialogue between government and representatives from the different private and state universities and colleges of the country. A significant milestone of the event was the participants’ commitment to strengthen local implementation, monitoring and evaluation of government programs through forging partnerships between government and members of the academe. It is in this context that the DBM and UP-NCPAG, in partnership with the Association of Schools of Public Administration in the Philippines (ASPAP), and Philippine Society for Public Administration (PSPA) has conceptualized the Fostering Strategic Government and Academe Partnerships: Good Governance Research Collaboration Initiative Open Government Program.

 

Two main deliverables of this project are: (1) Conduct of an Open Government Partnership Research Colloquium and Paper Competitions (the title of this Events Page) and (2) Development of a microsite that serves a repository for NCPAG-initiated researches related to Open Government and Good Governance.

Anchored on the outputs of the PGGS 2015 and the principles of new public service that shifts the focus of public management towards the citizens, community and civil society, this program’s main objective is to promote policy and academic discourse on initiatives that are linked with the concept Open Government and Good Governance. This is part of the Governance Cluster’s research agenda that will be implemented through the effective collaboration between national government agencies and members of the academe.

This initiative serves as a venue for holding insightful exchange of ideas, experiences, and lessons that are drawn from the results of objective research which is necessary for the achievement of Open Government through evidence-based policy making, budget decisions, management, and accountability at the local level.

The NCPAG Research Colloquium and Paper Competitions on Open Government Partnership was held at the UP NCPAG Assembly Hall last October 5-6, 2017.

About the Event

As part of the government’s efforts to raise awareness on good governance reforms and Open Government Partnership (OGP) to other sectors as a strategy to expand constituency and for sustainability, the Philippine Good Governance Summit (PGGS) for the Youth was successfully conducted from March 12-14, 2015 at the Bayview  Park Hotel Manila. The event was organized by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), through the Cabinet Cluster on Good Governance and Anti-Corruption (Governance Cluster), in partnership with the University of the Philippines-National College of Public Administration and Governance (UP-NCPAG), and National Youth Commission (NYC), with support from the USAID-funded Facilitating Public Investment (FPI) project.  The Summit was attended by more than 300 student leaders and faculty members from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

The PGGS served as an effective platform that hosted the dialogue between government and representatives from the different private and state universities and colleges of the country. A significant milestone of the event was the participants’ commitment to strengthen local implementation, monitoring and evaluation of government programs through forging partnerships between government and members of the academe. It is in this context that the DBM and UP-NCPAG, in partnership with the Association of Schools of Public Administration in the Philippines (ASPAP), and Philippine Society for Public Administration (PSPA) has conceptualized the Fostering Strategic Government and Academe Partnerships: Good Governance Research Collaboration Initiative Open Government Program.

Two main deliverables of this project are: (1) Conduct of an Open Government Partnership Research Colloquium and Paper Competitions (the title of this Events Page) and (2) Development of a microsite that serves a repository for NCPAG-initiated researches related to Open Government and Good Governance.

Anchored on the outputs of the PGGS 2015 and the principles of new public service that shifts the focus of public management towards the citizens, community and civil society, this program’s main objective is to promote policy and academic discourse on initiatives that are linked with the concept Open Government and Good Governance. This is part of the Governance Cluster’s research agenda that will be implemented through the effective collaboration between national government agencies and members of the academe.

This initiative serves as a venue for holding insightful exchange of ideas, experiences, and lessons that are drawn from the results of objective research which is necessary for the achievement of Open Government through evidence-based policy making, budget decisions, management, and accountability at the local level.

The NCPAG Research Colloquium and Paper Competitions on Open Government Partnership was held at the UP NCPAG Assembly Hall last October 5-6, 2017.

 

Event Objectives

The specific objectives of the program are:

 

  • To harness data, information and knowledge accumulated in leading academic institutions concerned with public administration and governance for practical applications such as policy, program and project evaluation, process and systems improvement, and public information and education campaigns, among others;
  • To generate, process and disseminate information related to initiatives that promote meaningful devolution and good local governance, especially those under the Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Action Plan and Philippine Open Government Partnership (Phl-OGP) Action Plan;
  • To provide an avenue for the discussion and dissemination of  research findings on programs and projects linked to meaningful devolution, good local governance, and open government partnerships, which can eventually generate policy agenda for action; and
  • To document, organize and maintain a publicly accessible repository for the research papers, policy notes and other knowledge products that would be generated under this project.

Sponsors

Research Papers

Presented at the Research Colloquium

Authors:

ARCA, Mark Jason E.
LINATOC, Jay Vee R.
LUPANGO, Rex Francis N.
RAMIREZ, Michael Joe A.

Author:

CALINA,Lizan P.

Authors:

SANTOS, Renze C.E.
DELIVA, Kerr Nell S.
NACIONALES, Myka Loraine P.
ROSAS, Kathy Joy C.
VILLARUEL, Joseph Andres T.

Author:

MUÑEZ, Jephte O.

Authors:

DE GUZMAN, Catherine T.
MAGALLANES, Geronimo dC.
PARRO, Marlou A.

Author:

PAGUNURAN, Primer C.

Author:

MILLAN, Sharon B.

Authors:

NAING, Liezl Anne C.

Author:

TAN, Jeannine
AUSTRIA, Camille
BUGAYONG, Camille Lea Alyssa
FERNANDEZ, Dayanara
OLEGARIO, Peter Renzo
RIVERA, Janine
TOBIAS, Jenie Rose

Author:

IGCALINOS, A. D

Authors:

BALISACAN, R.C.

Author:

NACINO,A.
LAGDAO,Y.
GADOR,L.
VARGAS,H.
BAUTISTA,M

Authors:

DE VELA, M.C.