Philippine Standard Industrial Classification

PSA conducts Refresher Training/Workshop on Provincial Product Accounts and Philippine Standard Industrial Classification

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is currently undertaking activities towards the annual compilation of the Provincial Product Accounts (PPA), with Region 7 as one of the nine pilot regions this year. This initiative is recognized as a more appropriate measure and assessment of the economic performance of the provinces to strengthen the planning and decision-making of provincial policymakers and stakeholders in crafting more informed economic policies.

To set-off this year’s PPA data collection, PSA - Bohol, along with the other provinces of Central Visayas, conducted a Refresher Training on Provincial Product Accounts (PPA) and Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC). This one-day activity of the province was held on 01 April 2022 in a hybrid format, with a total of 14 PSA and 108 non-PSA participants. There were 44 out of 48 LGUs or 91.7 percent joined the said activity.

Capacitating the Local Government Units of Central Visayas on the 2019 Updates to the 2009 Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC)

Capacitating the Local Government Units of Central Visayas on the 2019 Updates to the 2009 Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC)

Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is currently undertaking activities towards the compilation of the Provincial Product Accounts (PPA). As part of this endeavor, the PSA 7 conducted a Capacity Building on the 2019 Updates to the 2009 Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC) for Provincial/City/Municipality Planning and Development Officers in Region VII - Central Visayas on 14 to15 July 2021 thru Zoom. This was participated by the Regional Director, Chief Statistical Specialist (CSS) of Statistical Operations and Coordination Division (SOCD), the regional, as well as the provincial accounts team of the four provinces in the region. Regional Line Agencies like NEDA, DTI and DILG were also present. A total of 376 participants attended the capacity building mostly from the City/Municipal Planning and Development Office (C/MPDO), Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO), and City/Municipal Treasury Office (C/MTO) of the local government units.

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