Policy Information System

Deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rationale outcomes.

Science and Technology Policy Information System (STPIS)

The system aims to provide the DOST employees and the public about the latest policies and governance created and is being implemented by PCIEERD.

Policy

Policy refers to those plans, positions, and guidelines of government which influence decisions by government (e.g., policies in support of sustainable economic development or policies to enhance access to government services).

Types and Forms of
Policy

Among the range of Policy types are:

Broad policy

Which enunciates government wide direction

More specific policy

Which may be developed for a particular sector or issue-area

Operational policy

Which may guide decisions on programs and project selection

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Features

Below are some of the features of STPIS:

Dashboard/

In dashboard, you can easily find out how many views and uploads has already been committed. Here, you can also see the number of comments and the ratings for all the policies uploaded

Administration/

Add/Edit/Remove users, roles and categories. Assign customized roles for each users

Audit Logs/

Provide documentary evidence of the sequence of activities that have affected at any time a specific operation, procedure, or event

/Quick Links

Easy access to latest uploaded policies and to superseded policies

/Comments and Ratings

User's can leave comments and ratings for each policies uploaded in STPIS

/Help Files and Glossary

System is provided with the help file for the detailed instruction on how to use the software and a glossary for better understanding of terms used on the entire application

EXTERNAL POLICIES

TERRESTRIAL BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT IN SELECTED KEY AREAS IN MINDANAO AS POLICY MAINSTREAM FOR RESPONSIBLE MINING

* More than half of the estimated mineral wealth of the Philippines is found in Mindanao where almost 50% of gold and 65% nickel reserves of the country are located. * Mining industry in the Philippines has contributed greatly in the development of the country but this can likely cause irreversible environmental destruction. Most of the potential and existing mining areas actually overlap with the identified Key Biodiversity Areas in the country. * Mindanao can hardly fulfill sustainable development through responsible mining without any empirical data on the biodiversity status within the surrounding habitats of the key mine areas. * The government must initiate policies and programs to strengthen institutional capacities to conduct outreach and training activities with artisanal and small-scale miners and improve environmental management technology, upgrade programs, and regional regulatory implementation.

Uploaded Date: May 25, 2018 14:13:17

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I access STPIS?

The STPIS can be access by following this link: http://stpis.pcieerd.dost.gov.ph

How can I have an account on STPIS?

Just send an email to IT admin requesting for your account on STPIS.

How to use the STPIS?

Once you logged in on STPIS, looked for the button Help File located on the Main Menu, there you can see the step by step process on how to do things in STPIS.

What is the purpose of STPIS?

The Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD) is one of the sectoral planning councils of the DOST, with regards to that, the Agency came up to the idea of developing a system for the Policies being developed within the Agency which is called STPIS. STPIS aims to inform the DOST employees and the public about the new policies that are created and being implemented by the DOST-PCIEERD.

Who can access and upload to STPIS?

All the registered users and has the right permissions can access and upload files to STPIS.

Who can see my uploads and comments?

Those who have permissions granted by the IT admin may see the uploaded files and policy comments.

Can I delete my comment?

As of now, you can't. But if you really want to, you may drop an email to the IT admin containing the screenshot of comment and the reason why you want to delete that specific comment.