This interactive graph shows the amounts each agency and sector in the Philippine government is supposed to get from the national budget from the later years of the Arroyo administration (2009 and 2010), during the Aquino administration (2011-2016) and the first proposed budget of the Duterte administration (2017).
Colors represent a sector's total share of the entire budget pie, according to the budget law. On the search bar, find the name of the agency or special purpose funds to get the actual amounts allotted for each over time. Use the time lapse bar to view distribution by year.
* Realignment of funds sometimes happens after the budget has been approved by Congress. There have also been instances when either government underspent or allocated amounts were not released. Such changes are not reflected in this interactive graph.
PS, or Personnel Services, are funds used to pay for the salaries and benefits of government officials and employees.
MOOE, or Maintenance and Other Operating Expenditures, include supplies and materials; transportation and travel; utilities (water, power, etc.) and the repairs, etc.
CO, or Capital Outlay, include infrastructure (such as roads, bridges, ports, buildings) and equipment.
FE, or Financial Expenses, include bank charges, interest expenses, commitment charges, etc.