Operations Research Society of the Philippines
Address: Suite 14 A Cyber One, 11 Eastwood Avenue
Eastwood City, Cyberpark, Bagumbayan
Telefax: 439-9496 E-mail: secretariat@orsp.org.ph

Recognizing that Operations Research possesses powerful tools that could help :

› optimize limited government resources
› bring objective means to reaching decisions and thus limit undue
political influences , and
› improve provisions to the marginalized sectors of society,

Elise del Rosario shown receiving Plaque of Appreciation from DOE Secretary Vince Perez for ORSP work on the Optimization of Power Dispatching

The Operations Research Society of the Philippines, through the dynamic leadership of past president Wilson Wy Tiu, formed the Committee on Operations Research for Public Service (ORSP Corps).

ORSP Corps is the organization's response to the call for greater participation in public service and nation building. The ORSP Corps will market OR as a resource-maximizing tool that could provide an objective basis for decision - making in government. It will explore potential applications, and through the extensive ORSP network, carry out these projects. It is the objective to eventually make this a financially self-supporting endeavor.

Dept of Industry Undersecretary Ernie Ordonez (in suit) presenting an appreciation gift to Elise del Rosario for ORSP work on the Bureau of Customs as well as North Harbor Study. Also in the picture are Ike Seneres (National Computer Center Director), and former ORSP Presidents JC Mercado and Wilson Wy Tiu.

Organizationally, it is chaired by Elise del Rosario with JC Mercado, Geoffrey Chua, and Mari-Jo Ruiz as the Board of Quality Reviewers.

Past projects include work with the Department of Energy (DoE), the National Power Corporation and the National Movement for Free Elections (NAMFREL).
ORSP Corps Celebrates Fourth Year (Click to read)