Mandate, Powers and FunctionRepublic Act No. 10844Mission and VisionSecretaryUndersecretariesAssistant SecretariesCentral OfficeRegional Offices

MANDATE

The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) shall be the primary policy, planning, coordinating, implementing, and administrative entity of the Executive Branch of the government that will plan, develop, and promote the national ICT development agenda. (RA 10844)

POWERS AND FUNCTIONS

I. Policy and Planning

(a) Formulate, recommend and implement national policies, plans, programs and guidelines that will promote the development and use of ICT with due consideration to the advantages of convergence and emerging technologies;

(b) Formulate policies and initiatives, in coordination with the Department of Education (DepED), the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), to develop and promote ICT in education consistent with the national goals and objectives, and responsive to the human resource needs of the ICT and ICT-enabled services (ICT-ES) sectors;

(c) Provide an integrated framework in order to optimize all government ICT resources and networks for the identification and prioritization of all E-Government systems and applications as provided for the E-Government Masterplan and the Philippine Development Plan (PDP);

II. Improved Public Access

(d) Prescribe rules and regulations for the establishment, operation and maintenance of ICT infrastructures in unserved and underserved areas, in consultation with the local government units (LGUs), civil society organizations (CSOs), private sector, and the academe;

(e) Establish a free internet service that can be accessed in government offices and public areas using the most cost-effective telecommunications technology, through partnership with private service providers as may be necessary;

III. Resource-sharing and Capacity Building

(f) Harmonize and coordinate all national ICT plans and initiatives to ensure knowledge, information and resource-sharing, database-building and agency networking linkages among government agencies, consistent with E-Government objectives in particular, and national objectives in general;

(g) Ensure the development and protection of integrated government ICT infrastructures and designs, taking into consideration the inventory of existing manpower, plans, programs, software, hardware, and installed systems;

(h) Assist and provide technical expertise to government agencies in the development of guidelines in the enforcement and administration of laws, standards, rules, and regulations governing ICT;

(i) Assess, review and support ICT research and development programs of the government in coordination with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and other institutions concerned;

(j) Prescribe the personnel qualifications and other qualification standards essential to the effective development and operation of government ICT infrastructures and systems;

(k) Develop programs that would enhance the career advancement opportunities of ICT workers in government;

(l) Assist in the dissemination of vital information essential to disaster risk reduction through the use of ICT;

(m) Represent and negotiate for Philippine interest on matters pertaining to ICT in international bodies, in coordination with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and other institutions concerned;

IV. Consumer Protection and Industry Development

(n) Ensure and protect the rights and welfare of consumers and business users to privacy, security and confidentiality in matters relating to ICT, in coordination with agencies concerned, the private sector and relevant international bodies;

(o) Support the promotion of trade and investment opportunities in the ICT and ICT-ES sectors, in coordination with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI_ and other relevant government agencies and the private sector;

(p) Establish guidelines for public-private partnerships in the implementation of ICT projects for government agencies;

(q) Promote strategic partnerships and alliances between and among local and international ICT , research and development, educational and training institutions to speed up industry growth and enhance competitiveness of Philippine workers, firms, and small and medium enterprises in the global markets for ICT and ICT-ES;

V. Cybersecurity Policy and Program Coordination

(r) To formulate a national cybersecurity plan consisting of robust and coherent strategies that would minimize national security risks in order to promote a peaceful, secure, open and cooperative ICT environment;

(s) To extend immediate assistance for the suppression of real-time commission of cybercrime offenses and cyber-attacks against critical infrastructures and/or affecting national security through a computer emergency response team (CERT);

(t) To provide pro-active government countermeasures to address and anticipate all domestic and transnational incidents affecting the Philippine cyberspace and any cybersecurity threats to the country;

(u) To enhance the public-private partnership in the field of information sharing involving cyber-attacks, threats and vulnerabilities, and to coordinate in the preparation of appropriate and effective measures to prevent and suppress cybercrime as provided in R.A. No. 10175

(v) To monitor cybercrime cases being handled by participating law and prosecution agencies, and to facilitate international cooperation on intelligence, investigations, training and capacity building related to cybercrime prevention, suppression, and prosecution;

(w) To coordinate the support participation of the business sector, local government units and nongovernment organizations in cybercrime prevention programs and other related projects;

(x) To recommend the enactment of appropriate laws, issuances, measures and policies;

(y) To call upon any government agency to render assistance in the accomplishment of the Department’s mandated tasks and functions;

(z) To perform all other matters related to cybercrime prevention and suppression including capacity building and such other functions and duties as may be necessary for the proper implementation of R.A. No. 10175;

VI. Countryside Development

(aa) Formulate policies in consultation with local government units and other local stakeholders and line agencies for the implementation of responsive, relevant and comprehensive ICT-related strategies to improve the competitiveness of provincial locations for ICT and ICT-ES industry in order to develop balanced investments between high-growth and economically-depressed areas and to promote the development and widespread use of ICT;

(bb) Develop plans and programs in coordination with LGUs and other local stakeholders and line agencies to ensure that universal access to ICT services and infrastructure are effectively utilized to generate investments and opportunities in the rural area or areas unserved by private sector;

(cc) Assist, guide and support ICT-related activities and initiatives for countryside economic development; and

(dd) Promote and assist LGUs and local stakeholders in developing specialized ICT-enabled investments areas by providing technical and industry-calibrated assistance in the use of ICT for the enhancement of key public services, development and promotion of local arts and culture, tourism, digital literacy, and talent development.

Please click here to download a copy of the DICT’s Mandate, Powers and Functions.

Republic Act No. 10844, otherwise known as the “Department of Information and Communications Technology Act of 2015”, which was signed into law on 23 May 2016.

In accordance to the law, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) shall be the primary policy, planning, coordinating, implementing, and administrative entity of the Executive Branch of the government that will plan, develop, and promote the national ICT development agenda.

The DICT shall strengthen its efforts on the following focus areas:

  • Policy and Planning
  • Improved Public Access
  • Resource-Sharing and Capacity-Building
  • Consumer Protection and Industry Development

Apart from this, the DICT is expected to spearhead the following endeavors:

  • Nation building Through ICT
  • Safeguarding of Information
  • Advancement of ICT in the Philippines

Aligning with the current administration’s ICT Agenda, the DICT will prioritize the following:

  • Development of a National Broadband Plan to accelerate the deployment of fiber optic cables and wireless technologies to improve internet speed
  • Provision of Wi-Fi access at no charge in selected public places including parks, plazas, public libraries, schools, government hospitals, train stations, airports, and seaports
  • Development of a National ICT Portal

For information and guidance of all concerned, please click on the link below:

Republic Act No.10844 

For a complete copy of the Implementing Rules and Regulation, please click on the link below:

Republic Act No. 10844 IRR

Mission

DICT of the people and for the people.”

The Department of Information and Communications Technology commits to:

  • Provide every Filipino access to vital ICT infostructure and services
  • Ensure sustainable growth of Philippine ICT-enabled industries resulting to creation of more jobs
  • Establish a One Digitized Government, One Nation
  • Support the administration in fully achieving its goals
  • Be the enabler, innovator, achiever and leader in pushing the country’s development and transition towards a world-class digital economy

Vision

An innovative, safe and happy nation that thrives through and is enabled by Information and Communications Technology.”

DICT aspires for the Philippines to develop and flourish through innovation and constant development of ICT in the pursuit of a progressive, safe, secured, contented and happy Filipino nation.

Core Values

D – Dignity

I – Integrity
C – Competency and Compassion
T – Transparency

Gregorio B.  Honasan II

Gregorio B.  Honasan II

Senator Gregorio Ballesteros Honasan II was first elected to the   Senate   in   1995, the first truly independent candidate in Philippine political history to win in national elections.  He has been elected senator four times as an independent.

“Gringo” is the eldest child of Col. Romeo Honasan and Alice Ballesteros, an educator from Sorsogon. He dreamt of becoming a priest, then a doctor, but was advised by his father to apply at the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) for a free college education. There, his father said, he would be trained as a cadet and pursue a noble profession as an officer in the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

After   a   year   at   the   University   of   the   Philippines- Diliman, Honasan entered the PMA in 1967, topping some 10,000 applicants during the entrance exam.  He was elected President of his class for four years until he graduated in 1971 as Class Baron or First Captain, the highest leadership and aggregate award given by the institution.  He was also a contender for the Master of the Sword Award, the highest honor for athletics and physical fitness, after setting records in gymnastics and combat sports.

As   a   lieutenant   in   the   Armed   Forces   of   the   Philippines, Honasan was immediately deployed to Northern Luzon and Mindanao    against    various    armed    groups, including    communist rebels, secessionists, criminals, and terrorists.  Leading from the front by example, he was wounded several times in combat.

Honasan earned recognition for gallantry in action, and received three of the nation’s second highest military medals:  the Distinguished Conduct Star, and three Gold Cross Medals and Wounded Personnel Medals for wounds sustained in combat.  The Philippine Jaycees named him one of the Ten Outstanding Young Men in 1985 for military service, only the second soldier in the country’s history to earn the award.

At age 35, he became the youngest officer in the history of the Armed Forces at that time to be promoted to full colonel.  He was also handpicked to serve as aide to the Secretary of National Defense, and later, as Chief of Security. In 1981, he earned his Master’s Degree from the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), where he graduated with distinction for his thesis or management research report.

Honasan played a key role in the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution that ended the authoritarian rule of President Ferdinand E.  Marcos.    He rose to prominence as one of the leaders of a   group   of   young, idealistic   officers   known   as   the   Reform   the Armed Forces Movement (RAM), who believed that the President had health problems making him lose effective control over governance, and the moral ascendancy to lead the nation.  The net effect was the unwarranted loss of innocent lives, destruction of property and curtailment of liberty.  Their withdrawal of support was a decisive element in the triumph of the historic revolt.

During President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s administration, he was accused of masterminding the Oakwood mutiny led by a new generation of young reformist officers in the Armed Forces. He was accused of fomenting a military uprising, a charge later dismissed by the courts.

His entry into the Philippine Senate marked Honasan’s evolution from rebel-soldier to statesman.   He has since been a consistent advocate of a proactive government that would address poverty, homelessness, hunger, ignorance, social injustice, deeper forms of violence, divisive partisan politics, and uphold national sovereignty and ensure national security.

His landmark contributions to legislation include the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act, Solid Waste Management Act, Increasing the Monthly Old-age Pension of Senior Veterans and Increasing the Base Pay of Military and Uniformed Personnel in the Government.  He is the main proponent of the National Security Policy, Freedom of Information or People’s Ownership   of   Government   Information (POGI) Bill, National Land Use Policy, and   proposed   a Mini Marshall Plan for peace and development in Mindanao. He also supported the proposed amendments to the Human Security Act.

He has authored and co-authored vital laws passed in the Senate on Strengthening the Dangerous Drugs Act, Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation, Stiffer Penalties for the Illegal Possession of Explosives.

Honasan filed several bills that focused on National Security, Intelligence Reform, Land Use, Agrarian Reform, Public Order, and Lasting Peace through a Comprehensive Long-Term National Peace Policy.

In the Senate’s Centennial Year, Honasan was elected Assistant Majority Leader of the Senate, Member of the Commission on Appointments, and Assistant Majority Leader, and Chairman of two major Senate Committees—National Defense and Security, and Peace, Unification, and Reconciliation, and Chairman of the Select Oversight Committee on Intelligence Funds as well as the Ad Hoc Committee on the Marawi Reconstruction and Rehabilitation. Other Chairmanships he held as a four-term senator for   20   years   were   the   Committees   on   Energy, Labor, Environment, Agrarian   Reform, Sports, Public   Information   and   Mass Media, Public Order and Dangerous Drugs.

A progressive but low-key political career notwithstanding, Honasan remains a soldier at heart.  He has been called a rebel, revolutionary, reformist, and destabilizer, among other less flattering labels.  But he is, in his own words, “just an ordinary professional soldier thrust into extraordinary circumstances.”  He has been happily married for the last 47 years to Jane Umali Honasan with whom he has 5 gifted children and 5 grandchildren, all potentially much better versions of himself.  Among his greatest achievements, he believes, are being a husband for 47 years, a father for 45 years, and a grandfather for 12 years.

Honasan   believes   in   the   ancient   definition   of   heroism:  when good people, from all walks of life work TOGETHER, sacrifice and help build for the next generation.  He is convinced that the Philippines is a nation of heroes.  After he has done his duty in this lifetime, he would like history to remember him less as a personality, and more for his family and children, and the brotherhood of men that he was part of.  Our greatest legacy, he believes, will   be   our   most   precious, strategic   and   renewable   resource:  our next generation of citizens and leaders – our CHILDREN.

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1000

Email Address : gregorio.honasan@dict.gov.ph


Offices of The UnderSecretaries

Under Secretary ELISEO RIO

ELISEO M. RIO, JR

Undersecretary for Operations

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1201

Email Address : eliseo.riojr@dict.gov.ph

Undersecretary Eleazar Almalbis

ELEAZAR H. ALMALBIS, JR

Undersecretary for Special Concerns

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1030

Email Address : jun.almalbis@dict.gov.ph

JOSE ARTURO C. DE CASTRO

Undersecretary for Legal Affairs, Policy, Planning & Finance

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1301

Email Address : jose.decastro@dict.gov.ph

Under Secretary DENIS F. VILLORENTE

DENIS F. VILLORENTE

Undersecretary for the National Information and Communications Technology Assets Index

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc.3001

Email Address : denis.villorente@dict.gov.ph

Offices of The Assistant Secretaries

Assistant Secretary Ivin

Ivin Ronald D.M. Alzona

Assistant Secretary for Administration

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 2701

Email Address : ivin.alzona@dict.gov.ph

ASEC Caintic

EMMANUEL REY R. CAINTIC

Assistant Secretary for Digital Philippines

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1046

Email Address : manny.caintic@dict.gov.ph

Assistant Secretary Vicente Luna Cejoco

VICENTE LUNA CEJOCO

Assistant Secretary for Maritime and Aquatic Information Management Systems

Trunkline :(02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1003

Email Address : vicente.cejoco@dict.gov.ph

Assistant Secretary Alan A. Silor

Alan A. Silor

Assistant Secretary for Resilient Government Emergency Communications

Trunkline : (02) 8-920-0101 loc. 1801

Email Address : alan.silor@dict.gov.ph

OfficePhone No./Local No.
(SPAS) Spectrum Policy Assessment System (8) 920-0101 local 1023  ROMMEL NATIVIDAD
(ROCS) Regional Operations Coordination Service (8) 920-0101 local 2000  MARY MARGARET JOY PILAPIL
 (8) 920-0101 local 1022  AMELIA DEAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 2602  ANGELES TABION
(Records) Records Section (8) 920-0101 local 1842  ROMULO CASAL
(PPMD) Procurement Planning and Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 1834  PAUL BRIAN ROC
 (8) 920-0101 local 1832  MARILYN BARBOSA
(PCMD) Procurement Contract Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 1309  MA. SUZETTE SALATAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 3031
(PRD) Postal Regulation Division (8) 920-0101 local 1131
 (8) 920-0101 local 1130  MARLON RUBEN FABRICANTE
(PRAD) Policy Research and Analysis Division (8) 920-0101 local 3106  JAY NARCISO
 (8) 920-0101 local 2030  ALBERTO SALVADOR
(PPMED) Plans and Policy Monitoring and Evaluation Division (8) 920-0101 local 2040  ALANA RAMOS
 (8) 920-0101 local 3104  ALEXCENAH DELA VEGA
(PPMCAD) Plans and Policy Management, Coordination and Advocacy Division (8) 920-0101 local 2020  GEMMA BAYSIC
(PPDD) Plans and Policy Development Division (8) 920-0101 local 2010  DOMINADOR GARABILES
 (8) 920-0101 local 3102
(PED) Planning and Evaluation Division (8) 920-0101 local 3004  KRISTINE NICOLLE NICOLAS
 (8) 920-0101 local 1611  JOCELYN TENDENILLA
(OUSec for NICTAI) Office of the Undersecretary for the National Information and Communications Technology Assets Index (8) 920-0101 local 3002  GIZELA NATIVIDAD SAVELLA
 (8) 920-0101 local 3000  DENIS VILLORENTE
 (8) 920-0101 local 3103  CRISTINA YOSHIDA
 (8) 920-0101 local 3001  CELSO RIOFLORIDO
(OUSec for SC) Office of the Undersecretary for Special Concerns (8) 920-0101 local 1030
 (8) 920-0101 local 1031  ROWENA NACASI
(OUsec for Operations) Office of the Undersecretary for Operations (8) 920-0101 local 1040  MA TERESA CORDOVA
 (8) 920-0101 local 1203  ELISEO RIO
 (8) 920-0101 local 1200  MARY ANN CARISMA
 (8) 920-0101 local 1201  LIZA DE LUNA
 (8) 920-0101 local 1202  ELIZABETH LAMADRID
(OUSec for LAPPF) Office of the Undersecretary for Legal Affairs, Policy, Planning & Finance (8) 920-0101 local 1300  DIANA MAY CABRALES
 (8) 920-0101 local 1301  JOSE ARTURO DE CASTRO
(OSec) Office of the Secretary (8) 920-0101 local 1009  JULIE ANN TUAZON
 (8) 920-0101 local 1006  PRISCILLA VALDEZ
 (8) 920-0101 local 1005  ROMELYN HABAL
 (8) 920-0101 local 3300
 (8) 920-0101 local 1998
 (8) 920-0101 local 1001  MARLOWE JAMES MAYORES
 (8) 920-0101 local 1000  GREGORIO HONASAN
(OASec for NBBFWPP) Office of the Assistant Secretary for the National Broadband Backbone and Free WiFi/Internet Access in Public Places (8) 920-0101 local 1020  FELINO CASTRO
 (8) 920-0101 local 1021
(OASec for RGEC) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Resilient Government Emergency Communications (8) 920-0101 local 1801  CELINA MAE KATIPUNAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 1800  ALAN SILOR
(OASec for DP) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Digital Philippines (8) 920-0101 local 1046  MADEL CORTES
 (8) 920-0101 local 1045  PAULINE RISOS
(OASec for Administration) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration (8) 920-0101 local 1081  IVIN RONALD ALZONA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2701  DIANA MATIAS
(OASec for MAIMS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Maritime and Aquatic Information Management Systems (8) 920-0101 local 1410
 (8) 920-0101 local 1003  VICENTE CEJOCO
(NASD) Network Administration and Security Division (8) 920-0101 local 1234  JESYLYNE NORBERTE
 (8) 920-0101 local 1711  RUSTOM JULIAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 5678  JOSEPH JASPER REYES
 (8) 920-0101 local 6112  WALTER ANDREW MIGUEL
 (8) 920-0101 local 1710  JOSEPH JASPER REYES
 (8) 920-0101 local 3202  MARCELO ABERION
(NIPPSB) National ICT Planning, Policy and Standards Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 3601  MELISSA SALES
 (8) 920-0101 local 3603  MARIA TERESA GARCIA
(NGPP) National Government Portal Project (8) 920-0101 local 2001  BOB PATRICK CANEGA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2633  ALLIYAH JAN ESTRELLA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2631  JOSEPH HECTOR GALANG
 (8) 920-0101 local 2634  JANE BEREÑA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2632
(NGDC) National Government Data Center Project (8) 920-0101 local 1100  MARVIN ALLEN PASCUAL
(NCERTD) National Computer Emergency Response Team (NCERT) Division (8) 920-0101 local 2500  GEORGE TARDIO
 (8) 920-0101 local 1708
 (8) 920-0101 local 6109
(NBP) National Broadband Project (8) 920-0101 local 2622
 (8) 920-0101 local 6114  VENUS RIVERA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2210  ALONA ISIDRO
(MU) Motorpool Unit (8) 920-0101 local 1871
(MISS) Management Information Systems Service (8) 920-0101 local 3021  MA. MONICA SAN JOSE
 (8) 920-0101 local 3200  AIDA YUVIENCO
(LLD) Legislative Liaison Division (8) 920-0101 local 1501  MADONNA NUQUI
 (8) 920-0101 local 1421
(LS) Legal Service (8) 920-0101 local 2901  JANET WENCESLAO
(KMD) Knowledge Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 3121  DARYL ANGELES
(ICD) International Cooperation Division (8) 920-0101 local 1120  AURA LOPEZ
(IAS) Internal Audit Service (8) 920-0101 local 2411  MANUEL SATUITO
 (8) 920-0101 local 2702  CYRUS TRONO
 (8) 920-0101 local 3105  PIA GRECILDA SABATE
(IMB) Infostructure Management Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 1704  ANNIE SANTIAGO
 (8) 920-0101 local 3101  PHILIP VARILLA
 (8) 920-0101 local 2401  GIAN CARLO IGNACIO
(ISCD) Information and Strategic Communications Divisions (8) 920-0101 local 1140  MARIA CYNTHIA FAYTAREN
 (8) 920-0101 local 1004  HONEY JANE FERNANDO
(ILCDB ) ICT Literacy and Competency Development Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 2651
 (8) 920-0101 local 2685
 (8) 920-0101 local 2683
 (8) 920-0101 local 2601  MARIA LOURDES AQUILIZAN
(IIDB) ICT Industry Development Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 2101  RIOR SANTOS
 (8) 920-0101 local 1102  EMMY LOU DELFIN
 (8) 920-0101 local 1101  MARK JOSEPH SARACANLAO
 (8) 920-0101 local 3003  EVANGELINE MAPAGU
 (8) 920-0101 local 2102
(HRMD) Human Resource Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 1840
 (8) 920-0101 local 1824
 (8) 920-0101 local 1822  MILAGROS CAINGAT
 (8) 920-0101 local 2742  MA. ALYSSA TUBAGA
 (8) 920-0101 local 1823  CHARMAINE MADRIGAL
 (8) 920-0101 local 1841
 (8) 920-0101 local 1821  CECILIA SALVADOR
(HRDD) Human Resource Development Division (8) 920-0101 local 2741  FRIDERIC UY
 (8) 920-0101 local 1820  JOSEPHINE ESLABON
 (8) 920-0101 local 2743  ANALIZA NOTARTE
(GSSPD) Government Systems Strategic Program Division (8) 920-0101 local 6105  GEORBEN TORRALBA
 (8) 920-0101 local 3823
 (8) 920-0101 local 3811  NORA ARRECO
 (8) 920-0101 local 6106  LUDIVINA GENIO
 (8) 920-0101 local 2624  ROWENA CANOY
 (8) 920-0101 local 3822  MARLEN TRINIDAD
 (8) 920-0101 local 3911  FRELYN DUQUEZ
 (8) 920-0101 local 3821  MARILYN PEREZ
(GOSD) Government Online Services Division (8) 920-0101 local 6113  MARIA THERESA POSADAS
 (8) 920-0101 local 1703  MARIO ELMER CUNANAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 2431
 (8) 920-0101 local 2433  RAVEN JOYCE LABAYEN
 (8) 920-0101 local 2432  YVONNE ETERNAL GUILOREZA
(GECS) Government Emergency Communications System (8) 920-0101 local 2430  JENNYLYN CAO
(GDTB) Government Digital Transformation Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 2201  MA. THERESA CAMIGUING
(GSD) General Service Division (8) 920-0101 local 1851
 (8) 920-0101 local 1111  NORBERTO YU
 (8) 920-0101 local 1861
(GD) Gender and Development (8) 920-0101 local 2002  ANGELITA NICOLAS
(FWPPP) Free WiFi/Internet Access Program in Public Places(RA 10929) (8) 920-0101 local 1026
 (8) 920-0101 local 6110
 (8) 920-0101 local 1025
(FS) Finance Service (8) 920-0101 local 2801
 (8) 920-0101 local 1812  MELANIE AGAPITO
 (8) 920-0101 local 2800
(ePMD) eGovernment Program Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 3900  JULI ANA SUDARIO
 (8) 920-0101 local 3901  RELENITA ENAYO
(DRRMD) Disaster Risk Reduction Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 2703  RAFAEL OLIVAR
(DCD) Digital Certificate Division (8) 920-0101 local 2530
(DICTLOBBY) DICT Main Lobby (8) 920-0101 local 1999
(DTPMT) Development, Test and Project Management Teams (8) 920-0101 local 1503  RONNIE RABOR
 (8) 920-0101 local 1502  JONARY BALANZA
 (8) 920-0101 local 1777  TERESITA ROBERTO
 (8) 920-0101 local 1506  LOURDES YU
 (8) 920-0101 local 1505  MC NIEL ADAN
(DWAD ) Data Warehouse and Analytics Division (8) 920-0101 local 1504  RUBEN CANTO
 (8) 920-0101 local 6104  ARLENE ROMASANTA
 (8) 920-0101 local 3912  Aubrey Margarett Penaverde
(DCMD ) Data Center Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 1705
 (8) 920-0101 local 1707
 (8) 920-0101 local 1709  VIRGILIO SIBUG
 (8) 920-0101 local 3301
 (8) 920-0101 local 4910  REUEL ASEGURADO
 (8) 920-0101 local 2422
 (8) 920-0101 local 1701  GIZELLE PALMA
(CB) Cybersecurity Bureau (8) 920-0101 local 1002
 (8) 920-0101 local 1060
 (8) 920-0101 local 1802  THELMA VILLAMOREL
 (8) 920-0101 local 2501
(CPMS) Corporate Planning and Management Service (8) 920-0101 local 3109  MA. TERESA DIOQUINO
 (8) 920-0101 local 3100  AUBIN ARN NIEVA
(CIIMD) Core ICT Infrastructure Management Division (8) 920-0101 local 2412
 (8) 920-0101 local 2410  FERDINAND SANTOS
(COA) Commission On Audit (8) 920-0101 local 6116
 (8) 920-0101 local 5001
 (8) 920-0101 local 6115
 (8) 920-0101 local 5002  LORRAINE CONTILLO
 (8) 920-0101 local 6120
(CIO-CORPS) Chief Information Officers (CIO) CORPS (8) 920-0101 local 1211
(CD) Cash Division (8) 920-0101 local 1623  ARNETH KUAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 1622  DELIA AGUILA
(BD) Budget Division (8) 920-0101 local 1813  GRACE DIANNE PANGANORON
 (8) 920-0101 local 1811  XELA JEAN VALENTIN
(BACS ) Bids and Awards Committee Secretariat (8) 920-0101 local 3020
 (8) 920-0101 local 1804  MANUEL ANTHONY TAN
 (8) 920-0101 local 6108  MATTHEW DIME
 (8) 920-0101 local 1831
(AS) Administrative Service (8) 920-0101 local 6100  NESTOR BONGATO
 (8) 920-0101 local 1803  MINERVA ABERION
(AD) Accounting Division (8) 920-0101 local 1010  AIDA PASCUAL
 (8) 920-0101 local 1817  FERNANDO TORRES
 (8) 920-0101 local 1816  MARILOU RAÑESES
Region/OfficeDirectorE-mail AddressOffice AddressContact Details
Luzon Cluster 1Leo Ugtoleo.ugto@dict.gov.phMailing Address : DICT Compund Polo Field,St Joseph Village, Baguio CityPhone Number : (074) 442-4616 
Luzon Cluster 2Reynaldo T. Syrey.sy@dict.gov.phMailing Address : 3/F Narita Building, Garden Ville Subdivision, McArthur Hiway, Calumpit 3003, BulacanPhone Number : (044) 792-5841
Luzon Cluster 3Cheryl C. Ortegacheryl.ortega@dict.gov.phhMailing Address : DICT Building, Telecom Road, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas CityPhone Number : (043) 980 6440, (043) 773 0275
Visayas Cluster 1Mario Cuñadomario.cunado@dict.gov.phMailing Address : Zamora St., Iloilo City 5000Phone Number : (033) 337 7069
Visayas Cluster 2Leo L. Cipriano Urbiztondo, Jr.leocipriano.urbiztondo@dict.gov.phMailing Address : Old TELOF Bldg., Pigafetta St., Brgy. San Roque , Port Area, Cebu CityPhone Number : (053) 888 0700
Mindanao Cluster 1Maria Teresa M. Cambatess.camba@dict.gov.phMailing Address : DICT Building, Corcuerra Extension, Port Area, Zamboanga City 7000Phone Number : (062) 991 2742
Mindanao Cluster 2Evamay L. Dela Rosaevamay.delarosa@dict.gov.phMailing Address : NTP Building, Villarin St., Carmen, Cagayan de Oro CityPhone Number : (088) 880 1761
Mindanao Cluster 3Erlito C. Tancontianerlito.tancontian@dict.gov.phMailing Address : DICT Building, F. Torres St., Telecomm Compound, Davao CityPhone Number : (082) 305 8567