Republic of the Philippines


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Financial and Administrative Service (OLD)

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Atty. Grace V. Lu-Santos


Financial and Administrative Service

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Ms. Luzviminda N. Cabalbag


Finance Division

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Mr. Esteban Lorenzo Jose B. Riva

Officer-in-Charge, Head Executive Assistant,

Administrative Division

Contact Information
OfficeEmailPhone Number
Financial and Administrative 689-5376
• Finance 689-5377 to 78
• Administrative 689-5379
• Cashier Section
(63-2) 689-5384
• Supplies 689-5381
• General Services Section
(63-2) 706-5259 (Tel/ Fax)
• Records Section
(63-2) 689-5346; (63-2) 631-5808 (Tel/Fax)
Responsible for providing financial, administrative, and human resources service to the Commission and its various operating units including, but not limited to the following area of concerns:

  • Internal financial audit
  • Basic and subsidiary accounting/bookkeeping
  • Collection/disbursement of fund
  • Records management/custodianship
  • Supply, procurement and property utilization
  • Transportation and communication
  • General housekeeping
  • Human Resource Management and Development Policies
Finance Division
  • Maintains books of accounts for all transactions of the agency;
  • Issues certification of availability of funds;
  • Processes claims of suppliers, contractors and employees;
  • Processes and maintains the payroll, processes for compensations and benefits, e.g. allowances, leaves, insurances, and salary adjustments and retirement in accordance with CSC, GSIS and DBM policies.
Administrative Division
  • Develops/formulates operating administrative procedures in accordance with existing government policies for adoption by the Commission, particularly in the following areas:
    • Procurement/materials management
    • Transport requirements
    • Records management
    • Building maintenance (janitorial, electrical and mechanical equipment service)
    • Security service
    • Communication requirements
  • Collects/disburse funds;
  • Remits payments to GSIS, Pag-Ibig and PhilHealth
  • Ensure timely payment of obligations to suppliers, contractors, employee's salaries, wages and allowance;
  • Formulates/recommends and implements HR policies and programs, adopted by the Commission, in accordance with applicable CSC, DBM, and GSIS policies, rules and regulations on the following areas:
    • Recruitment, Selection and Placement
    • Compensation and Benefits
    • Medical and Dental/Physical Fitness Program
    • Incentives/Awards/Rewards Program
    • Employee Relation/Grievance Machinery
    • Maintenance of 202 Files
    • Career Management
    • Organizational Development
    • Management/Maintenance of Learning Resource
    • Center
    • Retirement
  • Develops training policies and guidelines for approval by the Commission;
  • Implements training programs approved by the Commission for the development of ERC officials and employees (Section 39; Section 40; Section 63).

Cashier's Workflow

I. Collections

A. The payor presents to the Collecting Officer the required documents

Required Documents:

1. Assessment Slip -Regulatory Operations Service (17/F) / Market Operations Service (12/F)
2. Order of Payment -Consumer Affairs Service (12/F)
3. ERC Statement of Account - Consumer Affairs Service (12/F)
4. Request for Reproduction -Administrative Division (14/F) / General Counsel Secretariat (16/F)

B. The Collecting Officer accepts the documents together with the payments then issues the Official Receipt (O.R.).
  • Form of Payment
    1. Cash
    2. Checks
    Kinds of check acceptable
    - Company Checks (local or regional clearing)
    - Demand Draft
    - Manager’s Check
    - Cashier’s Check

C. The payor returns to the action unit to present the O.R.

II. Disbursements (Release of Checks)

A. The Company collector/representative presents Company Authorization and Company I.D. to the Cashier.
B. The Company collector/representative issues Official Receipt in favor of ERC.
C. The Cashier requires the collector to sign and indicate the date in the Warrant Register and the Disbursement Voucher.
D. The Cashier releases the check/s to the company collector/representative.


Today at ERC
Sunday, November 18, 2018

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