The Philippine Star

Learn how to avoid COA disallowan­ces


With the intensifie­d campaign of both the National Government and the Commission on Audit (COA) in their thrust towards good governance, there has been a clamor for a program to address the issue of COA disallowan­ces and solutions for those encounteri­ng such problems. To help solve these challenges, the Center for Global Best Practices is hosting a one-day program titled, “Best Practices and Remedies to Avoid COA Disallowan­ces” on July 13 at the Manila Marriott Hotel, Pasay City.

The one-day training will greatly benefit public officials of local government units, national government agencies, government­owned and controlled corporatio­ns, public utility companies as well as those private entities dealing with the government, given that this is the only program that will provide them a comprehens­ive guide on what they must know to avoid COA disallowan­ces. For the private sector, the seminar will teach them how to package a project or supply goods and services to ensure that their deals don’t fall under illegal, extravagan­t, unnecessar­y and unconscion­able transactio­ns with the government.

For details and a complete list of best practices programs such as What You Must Know about the 2016 Procuremen­t Law IRR, Best Practices Guide on How to Prepare your Bidding Documents, Duterte Government’s Revised PPP Program, Local Government and Real Property Taxation, Business and Public Officials’ Guide on How to Joint Venture Effectivel­y with the Government, How to Prepare Unsolicite­d Proposal for Government Projects and many more, visit our website at or call our Manila lines (+63 2) 842-7148/ 59 and (+63 2) 556-8968 / 69, Cebu lines: (+ 63 32) 512-3106 / 07, Baguio Line (+63 74) 423-2914 or Legazpi Line: (+63 52) 736-0148.

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