The DOST-ARMM was organized on October 12, 1990 by virtue of Executive Order No. 425 implementing Republic Act No. 6734. The enactment of Republic Act No. 9054 (Expanded Autonomy Law) and the subsequent issuance of Executive Order No. 178 on February 21, 2003 provided for the further devolution to the Autonomous Regional Government certain powers and functions of DOST, including the control and supervision of its programs and projects in Basilan and Marawi City, amending for the purpose Executive Order No. 425.
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Two Devices for Attendance and Information Updates
Installed in DOST-ARMM office
Two new electronic devices installed in DOST-ARMM office for attendance monitoring and information dissemination; these are the Electronic Bulletin Board and Advanced Biometrics. It was installed last August 19, 2016 cum the registration process for Advanced Biometrics.
The DOST-ARMM administration initiated the installation of new devices to upgrade attendance monitoring and update all employees about quick news and updates of projects, programs and activities of the region.
The Attendance Tracking System used by the agency was upgraded to Advanced Biometrics. All employees of the regional office have already registered to the said new system.
The Electronic Bulletin Board will display quick announcement from an official source about an important piece of news and updates. The Advanced Biometric is a face detection device that will record registered employees for their attendance starting from 8:00am to 5:00pm respectively.
2016 National Science and Technology Week
Celebrated in the ARMM Region
The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao celebrated the 2016 National Science and Technology Week at Datu Dizal Cultural Center, Lamitan City, Basilan last June 25-27, 2016 with the theme “Juan Science, One Nation.” The event was spearheaded by Secretary Myra B. Mangkabung of the Department of Science and Technology - ARMM with Lamitan City Mayor Rose U. Furigay and Vice Mayor Roderick Furigay as host.
The Regional Secretary opened the program with her message citing all the projects, activities and programs (PAP’s) of the department that has been accomplished and will be added. Secretary Mangkabung signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the establishment of Food Innovation Center and awarded Youth S & T Ambassadors and S & T Ambassadors for excellence in the field of researches and other S & T undertakings.
The press conference held where twelve (12) Media men from T.V and Radio stations attended. Secretary Myra Mangkabung and Governor Hadjiman S. Hataman-Salliman discussed and answered questions from the press. Also present were the campus journalists of every school together with their advisers.
Different fora conducted specifically on product competitiveness through S & T featuring Halal Awareness, Food Safety, SET-UP, Tekno-Negosyo and Regional Standard Halal Testing Laboratory (RSHTL); S & T Education featuring e-Library under STARBOOKS and Scholarship Programs, Quality Health Care featuring RX Box, E-Hatid and Ceramic Water Filter using NANO Technology, Public Wifi under ICTO and Disaster Risk Reduction Management & Climate Change.
The “LAKAD-AGHAM 2016” showcased different futuristic attires, inventions and scientific creativity. It was participated by DepEd Basilan and Lamitan Schools Division’s Personnel’s and Employees, Public and Private Elementary, High School and Tertiary School’s Personnel’s, Employees, Teachers and students with their drum and lyre corps. Also present were PNP Marshall and DOST-ARMM employees.
Secretary Mangkabung awarded the SUPER STARBOOKS, an internationally-acclaimed digital library to Maluso National High School. The top 3 winners on Lakad-Agham Parade for different school level also announced. For elementary level, Claret Elementary School of Lamitan got the first place, Lamitan Central Elementary School got the second place and B. Aldana Elementary School got the third place. For secondary level, almost all secondary schools participated the parade. Lamitan National High school got the first place. Claret High school of Lamitan got the second place and Damaso C. Furigay National High school got the third place. For tertiary level, three schools participated the parade. Mindanao Autonomous College Foundation Incorporated got the first place, Basilan State College got the second place and Hardam Furigay College got the third place, respectively. Non-winning schools who participated the parade got a consolation prize.
The NSTW celebration highlighted the beauty of science and technology, how it affects our lives, showcasing the latest researches published, competitions on inventions and researches, forums and exhibits about science, programs, projects and activities. It is the premier event in the annual calendar of the science community and celebrated since the 1950’s.