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Five government agencies were included in the interinstitutional agreement, the prosecutors and would use state auditors as resident ombudsmen, identified as “graft-prone or at high risk of corruption.”

The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) issued by the Office of the Ombudsman (OMB), the Commission on Audit (COA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) states:

“This agreement regulates the posting of resident ombudsmen in the D PWH (Department of Public Works and Highways), BOC (Bureau of Customs), BIR (Bureau of Internal Revenue), LRA (Land Registration Authority), PhilHealth (Philippine Health Insurance Corporation.). ) and other agencies that may later be identified as susceptible to transplants or at high risk of corruption. ”

According to the MOA, the deputy resident ombudsmen will“ bring the Ombudsman’s foremost services to the host government agency by responding to complaints and reports react against officials and employees of the named authorities; serve as watchdogs and implementers of corruption prevention programs; and monitor compliance with existing anti-transplant laws and regulations. “

The MOA was signed by Ombudsman Samuel R. Martires, Justice Minister Menardo I. Guevarra, and COA Chairman Michel G. Aguinaldo.

” This The agreement combines the investigative powers of the ombudsman, the DOJ and the COA in the implementation of measures to prevent corruption and in the processing of complaints and reports on corrupt activities and thus supports the ombudsman and the COA in performing their respective mandates and at the same time serves as a supplementary tool for the DOJ in order to achieve the goals of the Task Force Against Corruption it has cited.

“This agreement begins at the time of its signature, without prejudice to the time at which the contracting parties or their respective representatives formally coordinate with the partner offices named under this agreement in terms of operation, support and provision g of the resident ombudsman in their offices. “

The MOA stated that the resident ombudsman was seconded because” the OMB is faced with staffing challenges, while the DOJ and COA are prosecutors and auditors with the required skills and provide knowledge and with undeniable integrity that can be inserted into the graft ”. – vulnerable offices in almost every location in the country. ”

It noted that the Task Force Against Corruption (TFAC) was established under President Duterte’s memorandum to Guevarra dated October 27,“ investigating allegations of corruption throughout the government “.

The DOJ was also instructed to” invite or direct other government bodies and agencies to support, participate in, or be part of the Interinstitutional Task Force on Corruption “.

The TFAC has been identified as “a place for coordinated government action and assistance in the investigation of each member, enabling each member authority to share the evidence gathered in the respective investigations of each office and ultimately supporting the actions of each one”. Office as required by law and our Constitution. ”

The TFAC is run by the DOJ. The other member authorities are the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), the Office of the Special Assistant to the President (OSAP), the Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC), the National Prosecution Service (NPS), the Office of Cybercrime of the DOJ (OOC) and the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC).