The Department of Science and Technology-Cordillera Administrative Region (DOST-CAR) recently conducted a validation of unserviceable properties in the Provincial Science & Technology Office of Abra (PSTO-Abra). The validation was conducted by DOST-CAR Assistant Regional Director Ms. Maria Rowena Madarang, and Accountant Ms. Shela Loraine Cosalan.
The validation was conducted to assess the condition of the properties and to determine if they are still serviceable. The properties that were validated include motor vehicles, furniture, and equipment.
The validation team found that a number of the properties were not being used due to its condition and could be disposed of.
The results of the validation will be used to develop a plan for the repair, replacement, or disposal of the unserviceable properties.
In addition to the validation, the team also conducted project monitoring to Brad’s Tailoring, D&C Enterprise, and Leila’s loom Weaving. These are three of the beneficiaries of the DOST-CAR’s SETUP Program.
The team was pleased to see that the three businesses are doing well and recovering from the negative impacts brought by the COVID19 pandemic. They have all been able to generate income and create jobs. The team also noted that the businesses are using the skills and knowledge that they learned from the DOST-CAR to improve their operations.
The team is confident that the three businesses will continue to be successful and will contribute to the economic development of the region.
The validation and project monitoring are part of the DOST-CAR’s efforts to ensure that its resources are being used effectively and efficiently. The team is committed to providing assistance to businesses and organizations in the region so that they can achieve their goals. By DOST-CAR