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Implementation of Republic Act no. 9292 “ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAW OF 2004"

Requested from PCOO by Dennis Anthony Empuerto at 01:24 PM on Nov 25, 2016.
Purpose: Good governance
Date of Coverage: 04/17/2004 - 11/25/2016
Tracking no: #PCOO-734605907933

Dennis Anthony 01:24 PM, Nov 25, 2016

I would like to know the real status of the implementation of RA9292 in our country. 

As you may observed for a long period of time, that the design, construction and installation of electronic facilities have not been regulated under the supervision of an Electronics Engineer including that of convergence technologies. 

There are only a handful of areas in our country who implement RA9292.
November 25, 2016

Dear Dennis Anthony,

Greetings!

Thank you for your request dated Nov 25, 2016 under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch.

Your request

You asked for Implementation of Republic Act no. 9292 “ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAW OF 2004".

Response to your request

We were able to determine that this particular information is already available online and therefore cannot be counted as a valid FOI request. You may retrieve your requested information from <https://jrcanedo2.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/irr_ra9292.pdf>.

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If you are unhappy with this response to your FOI request, you may ask us to carry out an internal review of the response by writing to Sec Martin Andanar - PCOO. Your review request should explain why you are dissatisfied with this response, and should be made within 15 calendar days from the date when you received this letter. We will complete the review and tell you the result within 30 calendar days from the date when we receive your review request.

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Thank you.

Respectfully,
Liberty Aragones
FOI Officer

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