Organizational Setup

Organizational Setup

The Award Program is a public-private sector partnership involving the following:

President of the Republic of the Philippines: Patron of the Award who confers PQA to awardees/recipients;

PQA Committee: Steering and policy-making body created under the Philippine Council for Productivity by virtue of EO 448;

Department of Trade & Industry Secretary: Award Manager who is responsible for the conduct of the award process and validates and endorses to the President the list of awardees/recipients selected by the Board of Judges;

Department of Trade and Industry-Center for Industrial Competitiveness: The Implementing Agency who provides the necessary technical and administrative support to the Award Manager and the PQA Committee;

Technical working group of the PQA Committee;

Development Academy of the Philippines: Award Administrator for the Public Sector;

Philippine Society for Quality, Inc.: Award Administrator for the Private Sector;

Board of Judges: Reviews and recommends award recipients to the Award Manager. Judges are high-level business executives and quality leaders from industry, academe and government appointed by the Award Manager per recommendation of the PQA Management Committee;

Team of Assessors: Evaluates award applications and prepares feedback reports. Assessors are well-selected and specially trained business and quality practitioners from industry, academe and government chosen by the Management Committee.

Organizational Setup

The Award Program is a public-private sector partnership involving the following:

President of the Republic of the Philippines: Patron of the Award who confers PQA to awardees/recipients;

PQA Committee: Steering and policy-making body created under the Philippine Council for Productivity by virtue of EO 448;

Department of Trade & Industry Secretary: Award Manager who is responsible for the conduct of the award process and validates and endorses to the President the list of awardees/recipients selected by the Board of Judges;

Department of Trade and Industry-Center for Industrial Competitiveness: The Implementing Agency who provides the necessary technical and administrative support to the Award Manager and the PQA Committee;

Technical working group of the PQA Committee;

Development Academy of the Philippines: Award Administrator for the Public Sector;

Philippine Society for Quality, Inc.: Award Administrator for the Private Sector;

Board of Judges: Reviews and recommends award recipients to the Award Manager. Judges are high-level business executives and quality leaders from industry, academe and government appointed by the Award Manager per recommendation of the PQA Management Committee;

Team of Assessors: Evaluates award applications and prepares feedback reports. Assessors are well-selected and specially trained business and quality practitioners from industry, academe and government chosen by the Management Committee.

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