The Optical Media Board, mandated to implement the Optical Media Act of 2003 (Republic Act No. 9239) continues its strong commitment to the protection and promotion of intellectual property rights through the exercise of its regulatory, enforcement and quasi-judicial functions.
The agency equally commits to uphold and sustain its efficient and client-centered delivery of public service anchored on OMB’s principles of integrity, accountability and transparency. United with the objectives and aspirations of the Anti-Red Tape Authority in spearheading the promotion of ease of doing business and forging a government for the people, the OMB has updated its Citizen Charter to continually develop and enhance our standards in the delivery of the external and internal services that we provide to our clients. This charter consists of the relevant information on its streamlined processes embodying in it each divisions’ conviction and dedication to be of better service to others.
As the agency continues to intensify its efforts to deliver a media piracy-free Philippines in the midst of the unprecedented challenges of the “new normal”, OMB presents this Citizen’s Charter as our commitment to provide professional and competent public service.
Under the R.A. 9239 or the Optical Media Act of 2004, the Videogram Regulatory Board (VRB) shall be reorganized to Optical Media Board (OMB) ensure the attainment of the objectives of the said act which will be attached to the Office of the President and be responsible for the following: