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PDIC continues to enable public institution-partners with donated IT equipment, office furniture

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Responsive and committed government financial institution. In pursuit of its commitment to help other government institutions in optimizing operating efficiency and public service, the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC) turned over previously used office, furniture, and IT equipment to selected beneficiaries.

In a hybrid ceremonial turnover held on 16 February 2023, the Corporation formally transferred ownership of 77 office desks, 56 cabinets, 27 training tables, 21 computer tables, 12 conference tables, four bookshelves, three sofas, and eight sets of CPUs to 18 public schools and eight local government units.

The beneficiary public schools were Binagbag National High School, Buenavista National
High School, Buhay Elementary School, CAA Elementary School, Camp Claudio Elementary
School, City of Mandaluyong Science High School, Fernando Ma. Guerrero Elementary
School, Frances National High School, Highway Hills Integrated School, Marinduque
National High School, Niog Elementary School, Obando School of Fisheries, Pulanlupa
Elementary School, Rivera Village Elementary School, San Antonio High School, Talon
Village National High School, and Tibag High School.

Local government beneficiaries were Barangay Bayan Luma VII-Imus, Cavite; Barangay
579, 827, 773, 822 and 867 in Manila; Barangay Sto. Niño-Parañaque City; and
Municipality of Cuenca, Batangas.

PDIC President and CEO Roberto B. Tan (front row, 4th from left) and Vice President Cyrus
T. Galang (front row, 3rd from left) led the turnover ceremony. Also in attendance were (LR) Department Managers Analinda C. Lao and Renar M. Gonzales, Vice President Jose G.
Villaret, Jr., and Department Manager Emma F. Salinas.

The PDIC endows other government institutions in need of assistance with its previously
utilized equipment and furniture to enable beneficiaries to provide better public service. As
the Corporation continues upgrading its assets to better serve the depositing public, more
government organizations will benefit from the remaining economic lives of its pre-used
office furniture and equipment.

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