• To deliver responsive, pro-active, dedicated service to the Filipino people
  • To work with firm integrity, transparency and accountability
  • To continually improve and sustain the Commission’s Quality Management


  • Optimum recovery, efficient administration and privatization of ill-gotten wealth accumulated by former President Ferdinand E. Marcos, his immediate family, relatives, subordinates and close associates, whether located in the Philippines or abroad, as well as promotion and adoption of good governance gearing
    towards quality service and customer satisfaction.

KEY RESULT AREAS (KRA’s): The PCGG’s task involves four (4) major functions which constitute its areas of accountabilities, namely:

1. Prosecution and litigation of cases involving the recovery of ill-gotten wealth in the Philippines and abroad.

2. Preservation, administration and management of assets to prevent their dissipation.

3. Disposition of surrendered assets, the proceeds of which are to be deposited with the Bureau of Treasury, in trust for the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP).

4. Continuing identification, investigation and conduct of research of ill- gotten wealth, and continuing efforts to solicit legitimate and credible evidence and information from well-meaning persons to help PCGG in its effort to recover ill-gotten wealth both domestic and abroad.


a) To continue the search for the Marcos ill-gotten wealth. To implement this, the PCGG shall continue to link with all the foreign governments and their agencies involved in the International Mutual Assistance on Criminal Matters (IMAC), Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) and other applicable treaties. It shall likewise continue to initiate the necessary legal actions to recover unlawfully acquired properties abroad of the Marcoses and their close associates.

b) To strengthen the information technology capability and resources of PCGG to access and retrieve relevant PCGG records and evidence related to all pending banner cases by using computer based programs and equipment.

c) To conduct periodic performance audit of special counsels and to hire competent and determined lawyers to assist in the speedy litigation of ill- gotten wealth cases pending b efore the Sandiganbayan and other courts.

d) To preserve, administer and manage assets under sequestration and/or subject of litigation; and surrendered and recovered through ocular inspection, physical inventory and monitoring preparatory to disposition.

e) To privatize surrendered assets under its control to augment the national budgetary requirement of CARP.

f) To pursue the filing of additional behest loans cases in accordance with Executive Order No. 432 which transfers the powers, functions and duties of the defunct Presidential Ad Hoc Fact Finding Committee on Behest Loans to the PCGG.