What are GOCCs?
Government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) are stock or non-stock corporations established by a special charter or law for the interest of everyone and subject to the test of economic viability. It is owned or controlled by the government directly, or indirectly through a parent corporation or a subsidiary corporation.
The GOCCs are directly under the Government Corporate Monitoring and Coordinating Committee which is responsible for monitoring, coordinating, and conducting performance of all GOCCs.
List of Philippine GOCCs based on the records of the Commission of Audit: