Last modified on May 24, 2021


On 19 May 2021, NEDA issued the call for all concerned government agencies and offices to submit their priority programs and projects (PAPs) for inclusion in the Updated 2017-2020 Public Investment Program (PIP), to synchronize the PIP 2017-2022, as a programming document, with the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 National Expenditure Program (NEP). The Updated PIP is expected to:

    1. Include the Core Investment Programs/Projects or pipeline of PAPs for the Investment Coordination Committee (ICC) and/or NEDA Board action, with focus on projects for ICC processing this 2021 that would require FY 2022 budget, consistent with the FY 2022 NEP;
    2. Identify proposed priority PAPs to be implemented, for funding through General Appropriations Act, official development assistance, or for implementation through public-private partnerships or joint venture, and/or other funding sources;
    3. Report the status of newly proposed and ongoing priority PAPs in terms of level of readiness and implementation; and
    4. Identify PAPs that have been completed as of 30 April 2021, and are expected to be completed by 2022, as well as those that are proposed to be dropped as priority PAPs.
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2017-2022 Public Investment Program


The 2017-2022 PIP contains the rolling list of PAPs to be implemented by the national government (NG), government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs), government financial institutions (GFIs), and other national government offices and instrumentalities within the medium-term (or the plan period from 2017 to 2022), that contributes to the achievement of the societal goal and targets in the PDP and responsive to the outcomes and outputs in its RMs.

Updated 2017-2022 Public Investment Program as  Input to the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Preparation Updated 2017-2022 Public Investment Program as Input to the Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Preparation

2011-2016 Public Investment Program


The 2011-2016 PIP shall serve as: (a) an instrument to tighten the planning, programming, budgeting and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) linkages; (b) basis for public sector resource allocation and for pipelining public sector priority programs and projects (PAPs) for processing at the Investment Coordination Committee(ICC)/NEDA Board; and (c) basis in monitoring public investment performance in terms of achieving the goals and targets under the Philippine Development Plan(PDP)/Results Matrices(RM) pursuant to Administrative Order (AO) 25, series of 2011.

PIPOL System

The system is designed to: (i) allow online submission by agencies of information regarding their priority PAPs, including program/project details and status updates; (ii) allow the NEDA Secretariat to review and validate agency submissions; and (iii) assist the NEDA Secretariat in generating reports.The Public Investment Program Online (PIPOL) System Version 2.0 is an online database system, accessible to authorized PIP Focals of the National Government Agencies (NGAs), Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs), Government Financial Institutions (GFIs), Other National Government Offices and Instrumentalities, State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and the NEDA Secretariat, that manages data entry and updates on priority programs and projects (PAPs) under the Public Investment Program (PIP), which includes the PIP’s Core Investment Programs and Projects (CIPs) and Three Year Rolling Infrastructure Program (TRIP), including the generation of PIP/CIP/TRIP-related reports.

The PIPOL System Version 2.0 facilitates the updating of the 2017-2022 PIP, including the TRIP FY 2020-2022 formulation as input to FY 2020 Budget Preparation. The Updated PIP is expected to: (a) Contain pipeline for big ticket priority PAPs for ICC and/or NEDA Board approval in 2018 or 2019 and succeeding years under the current Administration; (b) Identify new and expanded or Tier 2 priority PAPs responding to PDP/RM outcomes that are proposed by the agencies to be considered in the FY 2020 budget, and succeeding fiscal years under the current Administration, including those PAPs that require assistance for the conduct of Feasibility Study; (c) Monitor the status of (1) ongoing or Tier 1 priority PAPs responding to PDP/RM outcomes and outputs (as applicable), especially those that have been approved by the ICC and/or NEDA Board, and included in the 2018 GAA with assigned Unified Accounts Code Structure (UACS) code, and (2) new or expanded or Tier 2 priority PAPs that have been included in the NEP for FY 2019; and (d) identify PAPs that have been completed as of 3rd Quarter of 2018, and those that are expected to be completed by 2022.

The PIPOL System Version 2.0 is accessible through URL: For the PIP Updating as input to FY 2020 Budget Preparation, the System can be accessed by authorized PIP/TRIP focals from September 19 to October 26, 2018. A PIPOL System ver. 2.0 User’s Manual is available in the PIPOL System Version 2.0 for reference and guidance.

For any queries about the PIP and the PIPOL System, please do not hesitate to coordinate with the PIP Secretariat through email address: or telephone number: 631-2165.




Joint Call for the Updating of the 2017-2022 PIP and Formulation of FY 2020-2022 TRIP as Input to the FY 2020 Budget Preparation

Source: Public Investment Staff