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Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan

EFFECTIVE

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL

Educationi
 B.A. English, UP
 Bachelor of Law, UP College
of Law
 Masters in Public
Administration, Harvard
University
Work Experience
 Presidential Assistant for
Food Security and
Agricultural Modernization
(2014-2015)
 Senator (2001-2013)
 City Councilor, Quezon City
(1988-1992)
 Legal Analyst, Law
Professor,
 Anchorperson
Government Committees Chairedii
 Senate Majority Leader (12th
Congress)
 Committee on Rules
 Committee on Arts,
Education, and Culture
 Committee on Justice and
Human Rights
 Committee on Urban
Planning, Housing and
Resettlement
 Committee on Ethics and
Privileges
Laws Principally Authorediii
 In the 13th – 15th Congress,
Pangilinan principally
authored 104 bills, of which
19 became law or were
consolidated/substituted for
bills that became law. These
laws include:
 The Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention Act
of 2004

Participatory Decision- Making
 Held dialogue and
consultation with farmers
from Kilus Magniniyog
on Coco Levy Trust Fundvi

Allegations
 Implicated in an
alleged extortion
case filed by a
rice trader; case
has not
prosperedvii
Actions to Improve
Ethicsviii
 Under his
leadership as
PAFSA, the NFA
enacted reforms
in the
importation
process and
rejected an
unprecedentedly
stringent
number of bids
that were not to
the benefit of
the country.
 Led filing of
cases against
“erring
employees” in
his 4 agencies as
PAFSAM
 Transparent
pricing of rice
led to a more
competitive
bidding process
and cheaper
prices

Worker’s Constitutional
Right to Self Organization
 The Magna Carta for
Disabled Persons
 UP Charter of 2007
Programs Enactediv
 Under his leadership, the
National Food Administration
had a profit of P1.8B, for the
first time in 20 years (2014)
 Turned over 400+ irrigation

projects between 2014-2015
OPAFSAM-PCA cocolisap
intervention effort praised by
the UN for bringing the coconut
scale insect infestation down to
just 1 hotspot left out of 57

Major Awardsv

Most Outstanding
Kapampangan Award for
Public Service (2002)

University Medal of Honor
for Exemplary Performance
in Public Service Angeles
(2002)

Bantayog Award for 1989
and 1990 by the Quezon
City Press Association
Young Achiever' Award by
Young Achiever's Foundation
Incorporated (1990)

Publications

i Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Senate of the Philippines 16 th Congress. Retrieved on 8 January
2016, from https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/pangilinan_resume.asp
ii Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Senate of the Philippines 16 th Congress. Retrieved on 8 January
2016, from https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/pangilinan_resume.asp
iii"Bills - Senate of the Philippines." Senate of the Philippines 16th Congress. Accessed
January 25, 2016. http://www.senate.gov.ph/lis/leg_sys.aspx?congress=16.No information found on
bills authored between 2001-2004.

iv “Pangilian Tenders Resignation as Presidential Assistant.” Office of the Presidential
Assistant for Food Security and Agricultural Modernization, September 15, 2015.
http://opafsam.gov.ph/pangilinan-tenders-resignation-as-presidential-assistant/
v Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Senate of the Philippines 16 th Congress. Retrieved on 8 January
2016, from https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/pangilinan_resume.asp
vi Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Retrieved on 11 January 2016,
http://www.nia.gov.ph/publications/tranparencyseal/gcg/resume/pafsam.pdf
vii Carvajal, N. (2014). NFA chief faces extort rap. INQUIRER.net. Retrieved on 11 January
2016, http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/629436/nfa-chief-faces-extort-rap
viii http://opafsam.gov.ph/pangilinan-tenders-resignation-as-presidential-assistant/