"Molding the Future of Metal Industries"


About MIRDC


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VISION

“Center of excellence in science, technology and innovation for a globally competitive metals, engineering & allied industries by 2025.”

MISSION

“To provide both government and private sectors in the metals, engineering, and allied industries with professional management and technical expertise
on the training of engineers & technicians; information exchange; quality control & testing; research & development; technology transfer; and business
economics advisory services.”

CORE VALUES

The set of Core Values, easily referred to as PRIDE, is defined as follows :

Professionalism

  • We adhere to the highest ethical standards of performance
  • We value our work and committed to perform to the best of our ability

Responsiveness

  • We spearhead implementation of projects that address the needs of the metals and engineering industry
  • We find solutions to real-life problems through science, technology and innovation

Integrity

  • We act responsibly, work honestly, and encourage transparency

Dynamism

  • We perform our jobs with vigor and enthusiasm
  • We welcome change as an opportunity for growth and continual improvement

Excellence

  • We adhere to world-class performance and continuous improvement in all we do
  • We always do our best in every task/endeavour

MIRDC HISTORY

To develop and expand the metals industry of the Philippines, Republic Act No. 4724, dated June 18, 1966, established the Metals Industry Development Center (MIDC). The Center was primarily tasked to work for close rapport between the government and the industry in order to foster the advancement of metals engineering, and allied industries in the country.

This was amended by Republic Act No. 6428, dated May 31, 1972, reorganizing and renaming the MIDC into Metals Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC), giving it corporate existence and enlarging its powers. The administration of the Center and the exercise of its corporate authority were vested exclusively in a Board of Trustees organized under this Act.

Later presidential issuances reflected the Center's change of thrust and direction. These were Executive Order No. 602, transferring the MIRDC from the then National Science Development Board (now Department of Science & Technology) to the then Ministry of Trade & Industry (now Department of Trade & Industry) for policy and program coordination and direction; Presidential Decree No. 1765, reorienting its thrust from research and development to direct assistance to the metals industry; and Executive Order No. 128, transferring the Center from the Department of Trade & Industry to the Department of Science & Technology as a separate and attached agency.

Finally, Executive Order No. 494 dated December 6, 1991 transformed the MIRDC into a regular government agency attached to the Department of Science and Technology. This was fully implemented on 27 May 1993.

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MIRDC Compliance with Sec. 93 (Transparency Seal) R.A. No. 10155 (General Appropriations Act FY 2014)

 

I - MIRDC MANDATE, FUNCTIONS AND OFFICIALS

II - ANNUAL REPORT

III - APPROVED BUDGET AND CORRESPONDING TARGET

IV - MAJOR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH KRA NO. 3 - Rapid, Inclusive and Sustained Economic Growth

V - PROGRAM/PROJECT WITH BENEFICIARIES AND STATUS

VI - ANNUAL PROCUREMENT PLAN AND CONTRACTS AWARDED

CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE - 2014

CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE - 2013 SALN

CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE

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MIRDC Mandate

 

To develop and expand the metals industry of the Philippines, Republic Act No. 4724, dated June 18, 1966, established the Metals Industry Development Center (MIDC). The Center was primarily tasked to work for close rapport between the government and the industry in order to foster the advancement of metals engineering, and allied industries in the country.

This was amended by Republic Act No. 6428, dated May 31, 1972, reorganizing and renaming the MIDC into Metals Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC), giving it corporate existence and enlarging its powers. The administration of the Center and the exercise of its corporate authority were vested exclusively in a Board of Trustees organized under this Act.

Later presidential issuances reflected the Center's change of thrust and direction. These were Executive Order No. 602, transferring the MIRDC from the then National Science Development Board (now Department of Science & Technology) to the then Ministry of Trade & Industry (now Department of Trade & Industry) for policy and program coordination and direction; Presidential Decree No. 1765, reorienting its thrust from research and development to direct assistance to the metals industry; and Executive Order No. 128, transferring the Center from the Department of Trade & Industry to the Department of Science & Technology as a separate and attached agency.

Finally, Executive Order No. 494 dated December 6, 1991 transformed the MIRDC into a regular government agency attached to the Department of Science and Technology. This was fully implemented on 27 May 1993.

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MIRDC Mandate

VISION STATEMENT

An internationally recognized institution providing research & development, technology transfer, scientific and technological services supporting the growth and global competitiveness of the metals, engineering and allied industries.

 

MIRDC HISTORY

To develop and expand the metals industry of the Philippines, Republic Act No. 4724, dated June 18, 1966, established the Metals Industry Development Center (MIDC). The Center was primarily tasked to work for close rapport between the government and the industry in order to foster the advancement of metals engineering, and allied industries in the country.

This was amended by Republic Act No. 6428, dated May 31, 1972, reorganizing and renaming the MIDC into Metals Industry Research and Development Center (MIRDC), giving it corporate existence and enlarging its powers. The administration of the Center and the exercise of its corporate authority were vested exclusively in a Board of Trustees organized under this Act.

Later presidential issuances reflected the Center's change of thrust and direction. These were Executive Order No. 602, transferring the MIRDC from the then National Science Development Board (now Department of Science & Technology) to the then Ministry of Trade & Industry (now Department of Trade & Industry) for policy and program coordination and direction; Presidential Decree No. 1765, reorienting its thrust from research and development to direct assistance to the metals industry; and Executive Order No. 128, transferring the Center from the Department of Trade & Industry to the Department of Science & Technology as a separate and attached agency.

Finally, Executive Order No. 494 dated December 6, 1991 transformed the MIRDC into a regular government agency attached to the Department of Science and Technology. This was fully implemented on 27 May 1993.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 08:56