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Vision

A pillar of excellence and a resilient learning institution empowered by highly reliable public servants dedicated to serving the Presidency towards the betterment of the Filipino people.

Mission

To assist the Presidency in uplifting the lives of all Filipinos through the facilitation of Presidential priorities in accordance with the highest standards of Complete Staff Work and service continuity.

Goals

a. Societal Goal - Sustainable Growth and Development towards Poverty Reduction in Multiple Dimensions;

b. Sectoral Goal - Good Governance; and

c. Organizational Outcome - Responsive staff support for the Presidency and facilitation work on Presidential priorities and directives.

 

Core Values

        1. Drive for Excellence and Professionalism. By having no less than the Presidency as its direct client, the PMS provides only the highest standards of professionalism and excellence in its work.
        2. Flexible, Dynamic, and Extensive ReachThe PMS work is anchored on the needs of the Presidency. It is always on call and, if necessary, operates on a 24/7 basis to deliver its services effectively. The PMS has ground-based networks nationwide to monitor and evaluate governmental sectors and anticipate critical issues and developments.
        3. Integrity and Passion for AnonymityIn all its work, the PMS has put premium on integrity and anonymity. The PMS works quietly and performs tasks according to the day-to-day and long-term needs of the Presidency.

 

PMS Pledge

 

About the PMS

The Presidential Management Staff (PMS) became "the PMS" as it known today on 08 July 1976,
pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 955. In January 1987, under former President Corazon Aquino,
the PMS was given a fresh mandate to serve the Presidency as the President's primary technical arm. (EO 130, 30 January 1987)

Since then, the PMS has been the primary government agency responsible
for providing technical assistance and advice to the President in exercising
overall management of the development process (Executive Order No. 130
dated 30 January 1987 , as amended)