• Ex-CSC chief still marking governance scorecards
    Duque says the naming of the first IGGs comes at a very significant time-the start of the election period. Read more at Philippine Daily Inquirer
  • DTI, 11 others named 'islands of good governance'
    The Department of Trade and Industry and 11 other public sector agencies were named the country's first "Islands of Good Governance" in recognition of their efforts to implement sustainable and transformative reforms. Read more at Philippine Daily Inquirer
  • Mandaue city gets good governance award from NGO
    Mandaue City is among five cities in the Philippines to bag the Islands of Good Governance (IGG) award. Read more at Philippine Daily Inquirer
  • BSP, DTI recognized as 'Islands of Good Governance'
    In ceremonies yesterday, the Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA), a group founded by former Finance chief Jesus Estanislao, distributed recognitions, called "Islands of Good Governance", to a diverse set of public institutions, including the country's banking regulator, defense forces and five city governments. Read more at Business World
  • No asset in PH, BSP says
    "Right now, we believe that there is no asset bubble in the property sector. The increase in property prices and the growth in the sector has essentially been demand driven," BSP Governor Amando Tetangco Jr. told participants of the 2015 Public Governance Forum... concluded Wednesday, October 21. Read more at Rappler
  • NEA bags good governance award
    The National Electrification Administration (NEA) was recognized as the first government owned and controlled corporation (GOCC) to bag the Islands of Good Governance (IGG) after showing a stellar performance in the public sector. Read more at Philippine Daily Inquirer
  • Islands of good governance
    It isn't just "more fun" in the Philippines, it is more responsible, too, particularly where governance is concerned. Thus, in this country, you can find islands of good tourism and adventure, as well as islands of good governance.Read more at Manila Standard
Last Modified: November 15, 2023