Transparency Seal


 

I. The Agency's Mandate, Vision, Mission and List of Officials

Created pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 474 on 01 June 1974, the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) is an attached Agency of the
Department of Transportation (DOTr) mandated to integrate the development, promotion and regulation of the maritime industry in the country.
Originally placed under the Office of the President, the MARINA was attached to the Department of Transportation (formerly Ministry of
Transportation and Communications) for policy and program coordination.

By virtue of Presidential Decree No. 474

  1. Adopt and implement a practicable and coordinated Maritime Industry Development Program (MIDP) which shall include among others:
    1. The early replacement of obsolescent and uneconomic vessels;
    2. Modernization and expansion of the Philippine merchant fleet;
    3. Enhancement of domestic capability for shipbuilding, repair and maintenance; and
    4. Development of a reservoir of trained manpower.
  2. Provide and help provide the necessary:
    1. Financial assistance to the industry thru public/private financial institutions and instrumentalities;
    2. Technological assistance; and
    3. Favorable climate for expansion of domestic and foreign investments in shipping enterprises.
  3. Provide for the effective supervision, regulation and rationalization of the organizational management, ownership and operations of all water transport utilities and other maritime enterprises.

By virtue of Executive Order No. 546

the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) was attached to the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) for policy and program coordination.

By virtue of Executive Order No. 1011

MARINA assumed the quasi-judicial functions of the Board of Transportation (BOT) over the domestic transport.

By virtue of Republic Act No. 9295

  1. Register vessels;
  2. Issue certificate of public convenience, or any extensions or amendments thereto, authorizing the operation of all kinds, classes and types of vessels in domestic shipping: Provided, that no such certificate shall be valid for a period or more than twenty-five (25) years;
  3. Modify, suspend or revoke at any time, upon notice and hearing, any certificate, license or accreditation it may have issued to any domestic ship operator;
  4. Establish and prescribe routes, zones or areas of operations of domestic ship operators;
  5. Require any domestic ship operator to provide shipping services to any coastal area, island or region in the country where such services are necessary for the development of the area, to meet emergency sealift requirements, or when the public interest so requires;
  6. Set safety standards for vessels in accordance with applicable conventions and regulations;
  7. Require all domestic ship operators to comply with operational and safety standards for vessels set by applicable conventions and regulations, maintain its vessels in safe and serviceable condition, meet the standards of safety of life at sea and safe manning requirements, and furnish safe, adequate, reliable and proper service at all times;
  8. Inspect all vessels to ensure and enforce compliance with safety standards and other regulations;
  9. Ensure that all domestic ship operators shall have the financial capacity to provide and sustain safe, reliable, efficient and economic passenger or cargo service, or both;
  10. Determine the impact which any new service shall have to the locality it will serve;
  11. Adopt and enforce such rules and regulations which will ensure compliance by every domestic ship operator with required safety standards and other rules and regulations on vessel safety;
  12. Adopt such rules and regulations which will ensure the reasonable stability of passengers and freight rates and, if necessary, to intervene in order to protect public interest;
  13. Hear and adjudicate any complaint made in writing involving any violation of this law or the rules and regulations of the Authority;
  14. Impose such fines and penalties on, including the revocation of licenses of, any domestic ship operator who shall fail to maintain its vessels in safe and serviceable condition, or who shall violate or fail to comply with safety regulations;
  15. Investigate any complaint made in writing against any domestic ship operator, or any shipper, or any group of shippers regarding any matter involving violations of the provisions of this Act; and
  16. Upon notice and hearing, impose such fines, suspend or revoke certificates of public convenience or other license issued, or otherwise penalize any ship operator, shipper or group of shippers found violating the provisions of this Act.
  17. Determine the impact which any new service shall have to the locality it will serve;

By virtue of Executive Order No. 75

designating the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), through the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA), as the single administration in the Philippines responsible for oversight in the implementation of the 1978 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as Amended.

By virtue of Republic Act No. 10635

“An Act establishing the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) as the Single Maritime Administration responsible for the implementation and enforcement of the 1978 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as amended, and International Agreements or Covenants related thereto.”

By virtue of Executive Order No. 63

Strengthened the authority of MARINA as the Single Maritime Administration for the Purpose of Implementing the STCW Convention through a majority membership in the Technical Panel on Maritime Education (TPME) and lead role in the evaluation and monitoring of Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering and other higher education programs with Commission on Higher Education (CHED), as well as the establishment of medical standards for issuance of certificates to and relevant control procedures governing Filipino seafarers with the Department of Health (DOH) and the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG).


MISSION STATEMENT

To lead a progressive maritime administration for safer people, safer ships, and cleaner environment

VISION STATEMENT 

A globally competitive Philippine maritime industry


VADM ROBERT A EMPEDRAD AFP (RET)
Administrator
Office of the Administrator

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email Address: oadm@marina.gov.ph
NANETTE Z. VILLAMOR-DINOPOL
Deputy Administrator for Operations
Office of the Deputy Administrator for Operations

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email Address: odao@marina.gov.ph
ATTY. JEAN VER P. PIA
Officer-In-Charge
Office of the Deputy Administrator for Planning

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email Address: odap@marina.gov.ph
VADM RENE V MEDINA AFP (RET)
Executive Director
Office of the Executive Director, STCW Office
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email : oedsec2@gmail.com
 
CAPT. JEFFREY SOLON
Deputy Executive Director
Office of the Deputy Executive Director, STCW Office
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : oded.stcw@marina.gov.ph
ENGR. JAIME B. BEA
Director II
Enforcement Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : es@marina.gov.ph
SAMUEL L. BATALLA
Officer-In-Charge
Manpower Development Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : mds@marina.gov.ph
 
ATTY. MARIA ROWENA B. HUBILLA
Director II
Domestic Shipping Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : dss@marina.gov.ph
ENGR. RAMON C. HERNANDEZ
Director II
Maritime Safety Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : mss@marina.gov.ph
 
ATTY. MAXIMO I. BAÑARES, JR.
Director

Franchising Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email :fs@marina.gov.ph
 
ENGR. RAMON C. HERNANDEZ
Director II

Shipyards Regulation Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : srs@marina.gov.ph
 
PRECILA C. JARA
Officer-In-Charge
Overseas Shipping Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : oss@marina.gov.ph
 
LUISITO U. DELOS SANTOS
Officer-In-Charge
Planning and Policy Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : pps@marina.gov.ph
 
ARSENIO F. LINGAD, II
Director II
Management Information Systems Service
Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila

Email : miss@marina.gov.ph
 
NENITA S. ATIENZA
Director II
Management, Financial and Administrative Service

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email : mfas@marina.gov.ph
ATTY. MAXIMO I. BAÑARES, JR.
Director II
Legal Service

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email Address: ls@marina.gov.ph
ENGR. MARC ANTHONY P. PASCUA
Director II
MARINA Regional Office – NCR

Office Address : MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila
Email : mroncr@marina.gov.ph
ENGR. RIZAL J. VICTORIA
Director II
MARINA Regional Office I and II

Office Address : 3F Tan Bldg., Quezon Ave., Sevilla Center, San Fernando City, La Union
Tel. Nos.: (072)607-8108 / (072)607-8109
Email :mro1@marina.gov.ph
ENGR. EMMANUEL B. CARPIO
Director II
MARINA Regional Office IV

Office Address : Caedo Commercial Center, Calicanto, Batangas City
Tel. Nos.:  723-1365 / 723-2327
Email : mro4@marina.gov.ph
 
ENGR. BERNARDO A. POLLO
Director II
MARINA Regional Office V

Office Address : 2F RDC Primeland Inc. Bldg. B3 L6 Landco Business Park, Capantawan, Legaspi City
Tel. Nos.: (052)480-6984/(052)480-6985
Email : mro5@marina.gov.ph
 
FELISA N. ORONGAN
Director II
MARINA Regional Office VI

Office Address : 4F Arguelles Bldg. 402 E. Lopez St., Jaro, Iloilo City
Tel. Nos.: (033)329-4180/(033)329-6490
Email : mro7@marina.gov.ph
 
ENGR. JOSE ROMUALDO Q. DENZON
Officer-In-Charge
MARINA Training Institute
 
ATTY. MANUEL C PORTUS
Director II
MARINA Regional Office VII

2F, Qimonda I.T. Center, Don Sergio Osmena Avenue, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
Tel. Nos.: (032)401-0223/401-0226
Email : mro7@marina.gov.ph
 
RODULFO PANER
Officer-In-Charge
MARINA Regional Office VIII

Office Address : 2/F Uytingkoc Bldg. Senator Enage St., Tacloban City
Tel. Nos.: (053)325-5133/(053)523-3010
Email : mro8@marina.gov.ph
 
GALILEO M. GARCIA
Officer-In-Charge
MARINA Regional Office IX

Office Address : Marcrohon Bldg., Campaner St., Zamboanga City
Tel. Nos.: (062) 991-8876/ 991-2614
Email : mro9@marina.gov.ph
 
ATTY. EUSEBIA A. CADLUM-BOCO
Officer-In-Charge
MARINA Regional Office X

Office Address : 2/F SE JO Lim Bldg, Gemilina St, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro
Tel. Nos.: (088)856-9105 / (088)880-2010
Email : mro10@marina.gov.ph
 
MARY ANN ARMI Z. ARCILLA
Director
MARINA Regional Office XI

Office Address : 2F Davao Ching Printers Inc., Bldg. cor. Lakandula & Dacudao Ave. Agdao, Davao City
Tel. Nos.: (082)224-6228 / (082)224-6231 /(082)282-0544 MDS/STCW
Email : mro11@marina.gov.ph
 
ARNIE F. SANTIAGO
Director II
MARINA Regional Office XII

Office Address : No. 8 Kadulasan St., Dadiangas East, General Santos City
Tel. Nos.: (083) 301-1714
Email : mro12@marina.gov.ph
 
ENGR. ARSENIO M. LUCAS
Director II
MARINA Regional Office XIII

Office Address : Port Area, Surigao City
Tel. Nos.: (086) 231-7622
Email : mro13@marina.gov.ph

 


II. Annual Financial Reports




V. Annual Procurement Plan

 

Central Office

Maritime Regional Office

Maritime Regional Office I&II (La Union City)

Maritime Regional Office IV (Batangas City)

Maritime Regional Office V (Legaspi City)

Maritime Regional Office VI (Iloilo City)

Maritime Regional Office VII (Cebu City)

Maritime Regional Office VIII (Tacloban City)

Maritime Regional Office IX (Zamboanga City)

Maritime Regional Office X (Cagayan de Oro City)

Maritime Regional Office XI (Davao City)

Maritime Regional Office XII (General Santos City)

Maritime Regional Office XIII (Surigao City)


Central Office

Maritime Regional Office

Maritime Regional Office I & II (La Union)

Maritime Regional Office IV (Batangas City)

Maritime Regional Office V (Legaspi)

Maritime Regional Office VI (Iloilo City)

Maritime Regional Office VII (Cebu City)

Maritime Regional Office VIII (Tacloban City)

Maritime Regional Office IX (Zamboanga City)

Maritime Regional Office X (Cagayan De Oro City)

Maritime Regional Office XI (Davao City)

Maritime Regional Office XII (General Santos City)

Maritime Regional Office XIII (Surigao City)


VI. Quality Management System Certified by International certifying body or Agency Operations Manual
Bureau Veritas Certification (Version: 3)
Certificate No: IND19.11106U/Q
Certificates: 01020304
Revision Date: 04 August 2020
 
Bureau Veritas Certification (Version: 3)
Certificate No: PHL20007
Certificates: 010203
Revision Date: 04 August 2020
 
Bureau Veritas (Original Contract)
Bureau Veritas Addendum
For Systems Certification (Special Audit) dated 12 November 2018
– For Systems Certification (Re-print of ISO Certificate) dated 07 October 2019
For Systems Certification (Special Audit) dated 05 November 2019
For Systems Certification (Extension of Scope to Other Sites) 05 November 2019



IX. Freedom of Information (FOI)

X. Modifications made pursuant to the general and special provisions in the FY 2018 GAA


XI. Annual Reports on the Status of Income authorized by law to be deposited outside the National Treasury

 

NOT APPLICABLE

 


XII. 2015 Final Inter-agency Task Force on the Harmonization of National Government Performance Monitoring , Information and Reporting Systems (IATF) Assessment Report on MARINA