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August 15th, 2011
Namria Fails to Realize P1.6M in Income from Maps

The government’s central mapping agency not only forfeited a potential income of P1.6 million for failing to produce saleable maps in 2010, it also incurred telephone bills running to P.5 million. The Commission on Audit reported that as of December 2010 the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (Namria) sold some P8.4 million worth of maps, posting an income of P695,050. Despite this, Namria failed to produce the saleable topographic, contoured, regional and provincial maps and realize P1,614,900 in sales, COA said in its 2011 audit report on Namria for 2010. Read More