2016 BPI CHRISTMAS CHEER

Time out for the end-of-the-year rush. Bureau of Plant Industry employees made effort to look dazzling, glamorous and gorgeous in their suits and dresses for the Agency’s Christmas dinner last December 15. Christmas was suddenly in the air when the Multi-purpose hall turned magically into a festive hall while Christmas carols played in the back ground. It was a fun-filled night and a good break from daily routine. Employees sportingly walked in the red carpet and posed in the photo booth for a selfie or groupfie. OIC Director Vivencio R. Mamaril, PhD wished everyone a joyful Christmas and to be grateful for all the blessings that come their way.  He said that what matter is the celebration with people dear to their hearts. He also encouraged them to #DoItBetter in 2017. Employees proved that they are not only hardworking but talented and competitive as well. Each Division performed dance number in the tune of Christmas carols. National Plant Quarantine Services Division won the 1st prize while Administrative and  Plant Product Safety and Services Divisions  came 2nd and 3rd respectively.   It was a simple yet joyful celebration of this year’s blessings and a cheer to the challenges ahead.

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Issuances

IMAGE THE 2016 REVISED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9184, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM ACT
Wednesday, 04 January 2017
  THE 2016 REVISED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9184, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM ACT   (Click here to view) Read More...
IMAGE 2017 Q1 PEST ADVISORY
Tuesday, 03 January 2017
    OIC Director Vivencio R. Mamaril, PhD of the Bureau of Plant Industry(BPI) alerts all DA Regional Executive Directors, BPI Centers, National Plant Quarantine Services Division, National Seed Quality Control Services Division and Crop Research and Production Support Division for possible pests to occur during the 1st quarter of the year to closely monitor the listed areas. Rodent, brown plant hopper, stem borer, rice black bug and bacterial leaf blight are among the top pests. Triggering factors and pest management options are also specified in the memorandum issued.   (click the image to view the Pest Advisory) Read More...
IMAGE DEADLINE IN THE VALIDATION OF CANCELLED/ REVOKED SPS
Tuesday, 27 December 2016
  Herewith is a Memorandum on the in the Validation of cancelled/ Revoked SPS for information and strict compliance.       Read More...
IMAGE The Secretary of the DA Issues on Special Order (S.O# 1116) directives that all SPS import Clearance (Import Permit) for Agriculture Product for approved and sign by the Secrectary or the Chief of Staff
Thursday, 15 December 2016
    The Secretary of the DA Issues on Special Order (S.O# 1116) directives that all SPS import Clearance (Import Permit) for Agriculture Product for approved and sign by the Secrectary or the Chief of Staff   Download Here. Read More...
IMAGE Extension of the Designation of Ms. Lorna E. Herradura, PhD, Agricultural Chief Center IV as Officer-In-Charge of the BPI Crop Research and Production Support Division, Manila
Wednesday, 07 December 2016
  Extension of the Designation of Ms. Lorna E. Herradura, PhD, Agricultural Chief Center IV as Officer-In-Charge of the BPI Crop Research and Production Support Division, Manila  Download Here.       Read More...
IMAGE Memorandum Circular no. 05 series 2016
Saturday, 26 November 2016
    Memorandum Circular no. 05 series 2016  Download Here.           Read More...
IMAGE Manual Issuance of Import Clearance for the Importation of Fresh Onion and Garlic for Consumption
Saturday, 26 November 2016
    Manual Issuance of Import Clearance for the Importation of Fresh Onion and Garlic for Consumption  Download Here..           Read More...
IMAGE BULLETIN OF VACANT POSITIONS IN GOVERNMENT
Monday, 14 November 2016
  Herewith is the List of Vacant Positions in the Bureau of Plant Industry. For interested applicants, please contact our Personnel Section.    Read More...
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