I. Agency Mandate, Vision, Mission and List of Officials
Indang Water District was formed pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 198 for the purpose of (a) acquiring, installing, improving, maintaining and operating water supply and distribution systems for domestic, industrial, municipal and agricultural uses for residents and lands within the boundaries of such districts, (b) providing, maintaining and operating wastewater collection, treatment and disposal facilities, and (c) conducting such other functions and operations incidental to water resource development, utilization and disposal within such districts, as are necessary or incidental to said purpose.
To be the best provider of safe, potable, adequate and affordable spring water in the whole Municipality of Indang.
To provide an affordable spring water supply to the people of Indang, Cavite as competent, technical, skilled, professional and God-centered employees of Indang Water District with state of the art equipment and excellent service.
To safeguard natural resources for being environmental friendly.
S – incere Service
P – rofessionalism and Patience
R – espect
I – ntegrity
N – ature Friendly
G – od Fearing
S – incerity
M – otivation
I – ntellect
L – oyalty
E – xcellence.
Board of Directors
Director Rosalinda R. Roderno
Director Edelisa G. Creus
Director Josefino A. Viado
Director Primo G. Salinas
Director Gloria M. Ramos
Contact Numbers: (046) 415-1649 or (046) 415-0318
Engr. Jayson S. Andaya
Ms. Ofelia E. Rogado
Ms. Sherill M. Rodrin, CPA
Engr. Pee-Jay Abestado
Engr. Mary Jane T. Rupido
Office of the Board of Directors
All powers, privileges, and duties of the district were exercised and performed by and through the board, provided, however, that any executive, administrative or ministerial power were delegated and re-delegated by the board to officers or divisions designated for such purpose by the board.
Office of the General Manager
The Office of the General Manager is the central office of Indang Water District. This office exercises general supervision, control and direction of all the overall operations of the District. It coordinates with the other divisions and other agencies as well to strictly monitor the accomplishment of work activities and the implementation of policies, projects and programs.
Administrative and Finance Division
The Administrative and Finance Division is responsible in the District-wide financial, human resource program and related administrative support services. Areas of responsibility include accounting, budgeting, financial planning and reporting, cash management, purchasing, recruitment and selection, classification and pay, employee relations, benefits administration, equal employment opportunity, safety, training, property and supplies management & general services.
The Commercial Division is responsible in administering District-wide commercial services. Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to information system, customer service, maintenance and updating of customer ledgers and billing records, customer accounting, customer relations, meter reading, reconnection & disconnection of water service, and monitoring of all accounts receivables and other collectibles.
Engineering and Construction Division
The Engineering and Construction Division is responsible in the conduct of engineering design, field inspection of construction work in progress to ensure compliance with plans, specifications and accepted construction methods and maintenance of the District’s water distribution system. Areas of responsibility include drafting works & preparation of cost estimate for the construction projects, waterline installation, rehabilitation and upgrading, installation of new water service connection in every household, repair & maintenance of the pipelines and oversight of meter repair shop.
Production and Water Quality Division
The Production and Water Quality Division is responsible in the operation and maintenance of water treatment, pumping facilities, and related distribution and storage facilities of the District. The division is also responsible in directing water quality and operations support activities for the District. Areas of responsibility include overseeing plant operations and pumping activities, technical operations support, environmental compliance, watershed management, water supply engineering, laboratory sampling and testing and emergency planning and preparedness.
II. Annual Financial Reports
III. DBM Approved Budget and Targets
IV. Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries, and Status of Implementation
V. Annual Procurement Plan
VI. QMS Certification of at least one core process by an international certifying body (ICB)
VII. System of Ranking Delivery Units
VIII. The Agency Review and Compliance Procedure of Statements and Financial Disclosure
- Certification on Submission of SALN 2018
- Certification on Review and Compliance of Statements and Financial Disclosures for 2018
- Certification on Submission of SALN 2017
- Certification on Review and Compliance of Statements and Financial Disclosures for 2017
- IWD Guidelines in the Review and Compliance Procedures in the Filing and Submission of Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Networth and Disclosure of Business Interest and Financial Conditions