Learn more about the new Anti-Red Tape Authority.
RA 11032: A Game Changer. Groundbreaking.
The law effectively amends RA 9485: Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007
Learn about the new rules of government service and assert your rights.
All government agencies, national or local, Government Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs), government instrumentalities located in the Philippines or abroad shall comply with prescribed processing time as follows:
Bureau of Fire Protection officials and employees are not allowed to sell, offer or recommend specific brands of fire extinguishers and other fire safety equipment.
Issuance of fire safety evaluation clearance (FSEC), Fire Safety Inspection Clearance, and Certification of Fire Incident (CFI) now streamlined.
BFP shall now be co-located in the Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) or area designated by the city/municipality.
In case an agency fails to approve or disapprove an original application within the prescribed processing time, the said application shall be deemed approved.
All government agencies shall set up current and updated Citizen's Charter to indicate in detail the:
No contact in any manner with any requesting party concerning an application or request except during submission of documents.
DICT to establish central business portal to receive and capture application data on business-related transactions, and provide links to online registration of national government agencies.
This shall provide NGAs/LGUs access to data and information to verify the validity, existence of business entities. Applicants need not submit the same documentary requirements previously submitted.
Processing and approval of licenses, clearances, permits, or authorizations for the installation and operation of telecommunication, broadcast towers, facilities, equipment and service shall be expedited.
Anti-Red Tape Authority shall:
The Ease of Doing Business/Anti Red Tape Advisory Council shall be a 7-person policy and advisory body, composed of DTI Secretary (Chair), ARTA Director General (Vice-Chair), DOF, DICT, and DILG Secretaries, and two representatives from the private sector as members.