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May 28 & 29, 2019

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Manila Marriott Hotel

2 2 Resorts Drive, Pasay, 1309 Metro Manila
Pasay City, Philippines

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Day 1

( 05/28/2019 )

Day 2

( 05/29/2019 )

7:30 AM

Registration and Networking Break

8:30 AM

Invocation and National Anthem

8:40 AM

Opening Remarks | Procurement and Supply Management Breakthroughs for Construction and Property Management Industry
CHARLIE VILLASENOR, Chairman and CEO, Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA), CEO, TransProcure Corporation

9:25 AM

Learning Session
Jonathan L.Ravelas , FVP-Chief Market Strategist, Banco De Oro Unibank, Inc.

10 AM


10:20 AM

Learning Session- "The Digital Twin"
Dr. Ernesto De Castro, President & CEO, ESCA, Incorporated

11 AM

Learning Session
Mary Jean T. Pacheco, Assistant Secretary, Competitiveness and Innovation Group (CIG), Department of Trade and Industry

11:50 AM


12 PM


1 PM

Learning Session: "Minimizing Inventory losses in Construction"
Samuel Suarez, Assistant Vice President - Material & Assets Management, Monolith Construction & Development Corporation

1:45 PM

Learning Session: "Civil Works Procurement"
Antonio V. Molano, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Regional Operations in Visayas, NCR, and Region IV-B, Department of Public Works and Highways

2:35 PM

Learning Session: "Contracts and Construction Management"
Choise Sespeño, AVP Transportation and Civil Infrastracture, Engineering and Development Corporation of the Philippines (EDCOP)

3:20 PM

Networking Break

3:40 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Challenges and Opportunities for Suppliers in Construction and Property Management Industry
Dr. Ernesto De Castro, President & CEO,ESCA, Incorporated
Randolf Rellera, Head of Procurement & Materials Management, First Balfour, Inc.
Elizabeth Yap, Assistant Secretary - Support Services, Department of Public Works and Highways

4:20 PM

4:40 PM

Wrap up and Closing Remarks

9 AM

4 PM

Project Procurement Management Process
by Walter Buczynski – Senior Trainer, Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA)

A method for establishing relationships between an organization’s purchasing department and external suppliers to order, receive, review and approve all the procurement items necessary for project execution. The supplier relationships are managed on a contractual basis. The process aims to ensure timely delivery of the purchased items which are selected and acquired according to the specifications and requirements set up by the purchasing department and approved by the project manager.
Planning of project procurements is carried out within the procurement process and results in developing a plan. A procurement plan is a convenient tool for organizing and managing activities and tasks related to the procurement management process. A template of the plan is to be designed by the purchasing department in cooperation with the project manager. A project procurement plan should be reviewed and approved by the project manager before any supplier relationships get started.