Regional Public Affairs Office (RPAO)
- Formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate the Region’s communication program.
- Serve as the public information and quick response arm of the Region.
- Manage the IEC program (e.g. ENR laws and regulations) and maintain an effective and efficient media relation in the Region.
- Develop and recommend policies on public relations; and
- Provide library services to DENR personnel, students and other researchers on environment, natural resources and allied projects.
Office of the ARD for Technical Services
- Provides technical support services to the Regional Director.
- Identify evaluate and address the implementation gaps of DENR programs and projects Region.
- Direct and supervise the following divisions/sections under it.
Office of the ARD for Management Services
Management Services relate to the organizational divisions and sections within DENR-NCR that help ensure the effective and efficient delivery of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) services provided by the regional office to the public.
- Assist the Regional Director (RD) on matters concerning legal, planning, finance and administrative.
- Direct and supervise the divisions/sections/units under it.
Office of the Regional Director
- Coordinate and directs implementation of all policies, regulations, programs and projects on environmental and natural resources development and conservation in the region.
- Represent the region in regional administrative bodies in the preparation and formulation of regional plans and programs
- Represent the Secretary in the regional committees.
Regional Director Lourdes C. Wagan (second from right) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-National Capital Region (DENR-NCR) presents a copy of the book entitled “Pilot Implementation of LAMS Data Capture in DENR-National Capital Region” to outgoing DENR Secretary Ramon J.P. Paje (right) on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at the Social Hall, DENR Central Office.
The book chronicles the early stages of Land Administration and Management System (LAMS) pilot implementation in the NCR. It also contains the challenges encountered and innovations crafted to smoothly execute the operation.
LAMS is a computerized information system that consolidates data and records of land administration in the country. The system is designed for quick and easy processing, tracking and retrieval of land information.
Particularly, LAMS promotes good governance by increasing transparency, information, and accountability. As land records are made available and easy to track through electronic kiosks. For another, as records are regularly updated, LAMS facilitates accurate decision-making and enhances public participation. Overall, LAMS makes land titling services efficient.
Also present in the photo are Dr. Sofio B. Quintana (third from right), Assistant Regional Director for Technical Services and Amelita DJ Ortiz, Assistant Regional Director for Management Services (left).