Welcome to RDC II Website
Regional development planning was adopted by the government in 1967 as part of the national development planning process. This was intended to spread out sustained and equitable development beyond Metro Manila. The REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (RDC) was created in September 1972 and organized in December 1972 in order to operationalize and coordinate this sub-national process. It is defined as a decentralized and participatory mechanism which can harness the efforts of LGUs, regional line agencies, NGOs, academe and legislators to jointly coordinate, implement and monitor development plans, programs and projects in the region.
RDC2 Supports Increase of Government Officials and Employees’ Daily Travel Allowance
Santiago City – The RDC2 during its 106th Regular Business Meeting held on 26 March 2015 at Santiago City approved and endorsed the proposed increase in the daily travelling allowance of government personnel from P800 to P1,500. The increase was proposed to meet the increasing cost of travel expenses government personnel incur during official travel. This was made possible though the initiative of the RDC2 - Committee on Development Administration and Communication (CODAC), headed by its Chair and Cauayan City Mayor Bernard Faustino M. Dy.
RDC2 Supports Institutionalization of the Regional Development Budgeting Process Framework
Santiago City - Executive Order 325 mandates the Regional Development Councils (RDCs) to coordinate, review and endorse regional development plans, investment programs and annual budget proposals of Agency Regional Offices (AROs) and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs). This RDC mandate ensures that the multi-year priority development plan and investment program of the regions are funded through their inclusion in the National Government Budget.
Recognizing the country’s volunteerism champions, PNVSCA launches the 2015 Search for Outstanding Volunteers
The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA), once again takes the lead in recognizing champions of volunteerism as it launches the 2015 Search for Outstanding Volunteers (SOV).
A bastion of benevolence and beacon of inspiration, ‘Mother Ricky’ Reyes continues to beautify more lives through volunteerism
More than his aesthetic knack in style and fashion, Ricardo Enriquez Reyes Jr. distinctively known as “Mother Ricky,” has beautified more than what can be seen with the naked eye. He was able to transform the lives of the disadvantaged members of the society with his remarkable philanthropy and heart for the sick and the poor.
RDC 02 resolves issue of labor displacement due to DA’s Farm Mechanization Program
The Regional Development Council 2 (RDC2) successfully reached an agreement as a resolution to the issue of labor displacement owing to the Farm Mechanization Program of the Department of Agriculture (DA) during a dialogue on 10 March 2015 at the NEDA RO2-RDC2 Building at the Regional Government Center in Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City. The issue was raised by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries (PCCI) Region 2.
NV-based PWD org. among national awardees of CY 2014 Search for Outstanding Volunteers (SOV)
The Kapisanan ng mga May Kapansanan ng Nueva Vizcaya, Inc. (KMKNVI) emerged as one of the eight (8) national awardees of the 2014 Search for Outstanding Volunteers (SOV). The KMKNVI received the National Outstanding Volunteer Award (NOVA) under the Organization-Not-for-Profit Category.