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Reengineering Land Administration in the Philippines: A Policy Brief

In the intelligence community, there is what is called the intelligence cycle consisting of direction, collection, processing, analysis, dissemination and feedback. The most fundamental problem of Philippine land administration is that it does not possess all the information needed to completely delineate property rights of the government and private persons in the country. It is the most fundamental problem since the other policy objects cannot be achieved without resolving this one first. It represents a failure of intelligence which can be traced to the very beginning of the intelligence cycle – direction and collection.