Organizational Chart

The DTI has seven major functional groups composed of bureaus that provide support to DTI’s line agencies and are involved in line operations, which deliver business and consumer services directly to the stakeholders and the public. These functional groups are:
  • Office of the Secretary (OSEC) - Provides full support and efficient coordination of information to the DTI Secretary and among the functional groups of the Department
  • Industry and Investments Group (IIG) - In-charge of investment promotion in activities critical to the DTI's trade and industry development program
  • International Trade Group (ITG) - Promotes domestic and international trade and commerce
  • Consumer Welfare and Trade Regulation (CWTRG) - In-charge of the enforcement of laws to protect consumers, consumer education, and formation of consumer groups
  • Regional Operations and Development Group (RODG) - Responsible for the field operations of the DTI in the regions and provinces
  • Management Services and Support Group (MSSG) - Delivers effective, adequate, and timely services to cliets in the shortest possible time and at the least cost
  • Policy, Planning, and Communications Group (PPCG) - Provides industry policies and coordinates and monitors the implementation of the operating plans and programs of the agenand provides an overall information and communication support

Office of Legal Affairs (OLA)
This provides legal support to the DTI’s bureaus and agencies.

Small Business Corporation (SB Corp.)
This supports the development of small enterprises by promoting various modes of financing and credit delivery systems.

Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)
In-charge of attracting foreign investors to develop or put up export manufacturing plants or regional warehouses in world-class, environment-friendly economic zones (ecozones), the PEZA administers and manages the incentives of 114 approved special ecozones in various parts of the country.
National Development Company (NDC)
This invests in businesses where the private sector is not willing to venture into.
Philippine National Construction Company (PNCC)

This invests in infrastructure to spur economic growth.

Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC)
Provides trade and trade-related services to the private sector, the PITC is also engaged in the importation of various commodities and products to stabilize supply and prices in the domestic market.

Intellectual Property Office (IP Philippines)
This oversees and enforces the overall implementation of IP rights, trademarks, and patents.

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

This strengthens the corporate and capital market infrastructure of the Philippines and maintains a regulatory system based on international best standards and practices that promote the interests of investors in a free, fair, and competitive business environment.


Board of Investments (BOI)
The lead investment promotion agency of the Philippine government, the BOI promotes investments in industries and in the regions for balanced economic development.
Center for International Competitiveness (CIC)
This implements quality and productivity programs for industrial competitiveness.

Bureau of Export Trade Promotion (BETP)
This delivers timely and relevant information and assistance to exporters and would-be exporters to enhance their capabilities and global competitiveness as suppliers of quality goods and services to international markets.
Bureau of Import Services (BIS)
Facilitates imports, administers import regulation on selected items, and monitors the importation of liberalized and sensitive items, the BIS initiates and conducts preliminary investigations on dumping, countervailing, and safeguard protests.
International Coffee Organization Certifying Agency (ICOCA)
This egotiates and implements the International Coffee Agreement (ICA) between the Philippines and other countries and acts as the export marketing and promotional arm of the Philippine coffee industry.
Bureau of International Trade Relations (BITR)
This engages and represents the country in bilateral and multilateral trade and investment negotiations.
Foreign Trade Service Corps (FTSC)
This promotes Philippine exports and investments overseas through various marketing activities and commercial intelligence works.
Center for International Trade Expositions and missions (CITEM)
This assists exporters by developing their core competencies in the areas of marketing, promotion, and capability building through professionally managed and well selected programs and activities such as organizing international trade fairs.
Product Development and Design Center of the Philippines (PDDCP)
This promotes industrial designs as a tool for improving  the quality and competitiveness of Philippine products.
Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)
This designs and implements training programs on export marketing and management, entrepreneurial management, quality management and productivity, and trade exhibition management and participation.


Bureau of Product Standards (BPS)

This develops, promotes, and implements standards and related programs nationwide. It also participates and represents the country in various standards-related activities worldwide and an active member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), and the ASEAN Consultative Committee for Standards and Quality.
Bureau of Trade Regulation and Consumer Protection (BTRCP)
This functions as a policy-making body and oversees the overall implementation of trade and consumer protection laws.
Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines (CIAP)
This promotes, accelerates, and regulates the construction industry. Its implementing boards are the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB), Philippine Overseas Construction Board (POCB), the Philippine Domestic Construction Board (POCB), and the Construction Industry Arbitration Commission (CIAC).

Philippine Shippers Bureau (PSB)

This helps facilitate the development and growth of foreign trade and the national economy by helping exporters identify the most economical and fastest shipping modes.

Construction Manpower Development Foundation (CMDF)
This oversees the development of human resources of the construction industry in all levels - skilled craftsmen, engineers, supervisors, managers, and contractors. CMDF also draws up an overall construction manpower development plan and relevant strategies and develops/implements manpower training and certification programs.

National Consumers Affairs Council (NCAC)

This oversees the state’s consumer protection program being undertaken by agencies charged with consumer programs and enforcement of consumer related laws.
Philippine Accreditation Office (PAO)
This handles the accreditation functions of the Bureau of Product Standards (BPS) Accreditation Scheme (BAS) and BPS Laboratory Accreditation Scheme (BPSLAS) and gives formal recognition to conformity assessment bodies (CABs) after assessing their competence to do certificaion, inspection, testing, and calibration activities.


16 Regional Offices and 81 Provincial/City/Area Offices
These provide services of all the DTI offices in the countryside.
Bureau of Domestic Trade (BDT)

This promotes efficient marketing and distribution of local products and services.
Bureau of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (BMSMED)
This initiates and implements programs and projects addressing the specific needs of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the areas of technology development and transfer, financing, marketing, and training.

Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP)
This supports entrepreneurship and enterprise development among the farmers and landowners and helps ensure the success of their projects.
Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC)
This provides production-related training and technical assistance to furniture, gifts and housewares, fine jewelry, and leather footwear industries all over the country.


General Administrative Service (GAS)
This provides logistical services (procurement, transport, cashiering, security, and all other utility services) to facilitate operations of all DTI functional and support groups.
Human Resource Development and Personnel Service (HRDPS)

This designs, implements, and institutionalizes the HRD program, which is aimed at transforming DTI into an agency of choice.
Financial Management Service (FMS)
This manages the financial program and a financial monitoring system to ensure fund availability and proper utilization. 
Management Information Service (MIS)
This designs and implements all information technology (IT) initiatives of the DTI.
Office of Special Concerns (OSC)
This coordinates and monitors the DTI's special projects.


Office of Policy Research (OPR)
This provides coherent, consistent, and clear trade and industry policies in support of national economic development agenda.
Office of the Operational Planning (OOP)

This coordinates and monitors implementation of DTI operating plans and programs; assesses performance versus targets set and cost effectiveness.

Communications and Media Office (CMO)
This develops and maintains media support and provides overall information and communication to advance major DTI key result areas, namely, investment promotion, export expansion, countryside/MSME growth, and consumer welfare.
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