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WHAT’S INSIDE? MAJOR PROGRAM THRUSTS

CHANGE AGENDA

SUPPORT TO NATIONAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS

DIGNITARY VISITS TO CENTRAL VISAYAS

OUTCOME 1: EMPOWERED AND ACCOUNTABLE LGUS

OUTCOME 2: DISASTER RESILIENT LGUS

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25 21 8 10

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35 21 13

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OUTCOME 3: COMPETITIVE AND BUSINESS FRIENDLY LGUS

OUTCOME 4: CONFLICT FREE AND SAFE COMMUNITIES

OUTCOME 5: STRENGTHENED INTERNAL GOVERNANCE CAPACITY

LINKAGES AND COLLABORATION

SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY

ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDANCE, PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT AND STATE OF FINANCES


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Message of the Regional Director I wish to thank all the DILG-7 Personnel, most especially our people in the field, for a job well-done this year. Your perseverance coupled with your energy and enthusiasm, amid some challenging situations, helped steer our ship in its right course. I attribute the majority of the accomplishments made by DILGRegion 7 for the year to the able leadership of my predecessor, Director Pedro A. Noval, Jr. You may recall that sometime this year, the Department did an organizational assessment which showed that for it to achieve its organizational outcomes, change needs to happen at all levels. Our clients, the LGUs, are now becoming proactive, seeking more ways to become self-reliant in order to produce better results. Our role as DILG is to help them achieve these. But in doing so, we have to improve ourselves in terms of providing better service, increasing the level of our credibility and trust of our clients, and mutual respect for each other as well. It is my fervent hope that the Change Management Workshops we conducted truly made us recognize the need for change and encouraged us to follow our change pathways that would lead to our desired outcomes. This year, we are starting to operationalize the cluster approach based on the approved Rationalization Plan. I encourage all field officers to come up with innovations on how to assist the LGUs better. As SILG Robredo stated, DILG is an enabler; but we need to improve our capacity because we cannot give what we do not have. We shall not only do our job for the sake of doing it, rather, we must work and give meaning to the responsibility we have been given. As responsible ripple makers, Change should begin with us and will ripple towards our constituency. On this, we must serve effectively and efficiently. I am well aware as you are that change or transformation is a difficult concept to embrace. No matter how strong or open-minded we are, we will always find it hard to let go of the old ways and mindsets, even though we know there are new and better ways to achieve a goal. Sometimes, in the process of change, we feel discomfort or pain. We tend to give up for fear of treading in the unknown or be confronted with what ifs? But let me just borrow a line from a popular poem, which goes: “It’s when things go wrong that you musn’t quit.” Why? Because sometimes when we become weary of fighting the good fight, we tend to give up and abandon our goal. And only when we have thrown in the towel or admitted defeat do we realize that we almost had victory in our hands. When we feel that our responsibilities are weighing down on us, let us try to think of the ultimate end we wish to achieve -- better future for our family, our communities, and our country. Remember, difficult situations don’t last long – tough people do. There is still so much left to do. Next year, our program focus is the Seal of Disaster Preparedness, which we will implement, hopefully, with the same vigor and dedication we showed in implementing the Seal of Good Housekeeping. I rest assured, however, that with the genuine support I get from all of you and the top management, we will be able to continue our ship’s journey towards a better DILG-7, albeit murky waters and raging waves we will encounter along the way. Lastly, I invite you all to take part and be part of the Change we aspire for ourselves, our family, the LGUs, and our country. Let us be the change we want to see right now.

Ananias M. Villacorta, CESO IV Regional Director


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FULL DISCLOSURE POLICY Tapatan on Full Disclosure Policy DILG7 ensured LGU full compliance to the Full Disclosure Policy through intensified campaign, technical assistance and active participation of governance stakeholders. On May 24, DILG7 conducted a Tapatan on Full Disclosure with Secretary Jesse M. Robredo discussing the policy requirement to around 314 participants, 89 of whom were Local Chief Executives (LCEs). Highlighted in the Tapatan were discussions on the Full Disclosure Policy and the Signing of the Covenant of Commitment among the Governors, City and Municipal Mayors of Region 7, Media, Regional Heads of Government Agencies, Civil Society Organizations, Development Partners, Academe and the DILG7 Officials. The DILG7 newly developed official website, which presents the status of LGU Compliance on Full Disclosure of Local Budget and Finances, Bids and Public Offerings was also launched on the same day. The Tapatan Roadshow was a dialogue on Performance, Accountability, Responsiveness and Transparency anchored on the principle under the 1987 Constitution that guarantees the right of the Filipino people to information on matters of public concern. The dialogue aimed to secure the commitment and support of LCEs in the region on said policy. DILG has scaled up interventions to institutionalize such policy through DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2011-08 directing the entire Department and its attached agencies, and all Local Chief Executives (LCEs) to comply with Section 90 of R.A. 10147 of the General Appropriations Act for FY 2011 and the DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2010-83 entitled “Full Disclosure of Local Budget and Finances, Bids and Public Offerings� directing compliance to Sections 288 and 354 of R.A. No. 7160.

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Status of LGU Compliance on Full Disclosure Policy DOCUMENTS

PROVINCES

HUCs

CITIES

MUNICIPALITES

TOTAL

% OF LGU COMPLIANCE

DOCUMENTS

ANNUAL REPORTS 1

Annual Budget Report

2

2

4

108

116

85%

2

Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List

1

1

6

92

100

74%

3

SEF Income and Expenditure Estimates

1

2

8

101

112

82%

4

Statement of Debt Service

1

2

6

94

103

76%

5

Annual GAD Accomplishment Report

1

1

2

104

108

79%

6

Statement of Receipts Expenditures

1

2

8

102

113

83%

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Prov.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Annual Budget Report Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List SEF Income and Expenditure Estimates Statement of Debt Service Annual GAD Accomplishment Report Statement of Receipts Expenditures

1 1 1 1 1 1

1

Supplementary Procurement Plan

1 2

Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow Items to Bid

1 1

3 4 5 6 7

Report of SEF Utilization Trust Fund (PDAF) Utilization Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services Abstract of Bids as Calculated 20 % Component of the IRA Utilization

1 1 1 1 1

MONTHLY REPORTS (if applicable) 1

Supplementary Procurement Plan QUARTERLY REPORTS

1

Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow

1

2

0

81

84

62%

2

Items to Bid

2

2

3

95

102

75%

3

Report of SEF Utilization

1

2

3

85

91

67%

4

Trust Fund (PDAF) Utilization

1

2

1

78

82

60%

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Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services

2

2

2

90

96

71%

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Abstract of Bids as Calculated

2

1

3

93

99

73%

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20 % Component of the IRA Utilization

1

2

1

80

84

62%

SEAL OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE FUND

A total of 91 out of 132 LGUs in region-7 were conferred with the Seal of Good Housekeeping Award for their good governance performance in internal housekeeping particularly in the areas of Good Planning, Sound Fiscal Management, Transparency and Accountability, and Valuing Performance Management. DILG7 conducted a regional conferment ceremony to the sixteen LGUs which were granted the Seal during the 2nd round of assessment on September 27, 2011 at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel, Lahug, Cebu City, as follows:

Balilihan, Bohol

Maribojoc, Bohol

Dauis, Bohol

San Miguel, Bohol

Clarin, Bohol

Dauin, Neg. Or

Panglao, Bohol

Amlan, Neg. Or

CP Garcia, Bohol

Jagna, Bohol

Ubay, Bohol

Loboc, Bohol

Bacong, Neg. Or

San Jose, Neg. Or

Tanjay City

Canlaon City

LGUs need to pass the Seal of Good Housekeeping; an eligibility criterion required to access the Performance Challenge Fund (PFC) grant - an incentive fund to LGUs in the form of counterpart funding for local development projects in the Annual Investment Program (AIP), funded out of

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PROVINCIAL SUMMARY BOHOL PROVINCE Cities Mun. 0 1 1 0 0 0

46 40 46 41 44 47

CEBU PROVINCE

NEGROS ORIENTAL

Total

% OF LGU Compliance

Prov.

Cities

Mun.

Total

% OF LGU Compliance

Prov.

47 42 48 42 45 48

96% 86% 98% 86% 92% 98%

0 0 0 0 0 0

4 5 6 5 2 7

41 33 38 36 41 37

45 38 44 41 43 44

87% 73% 85% 79% 83% 85%

1 0 0 0 0 0

Cities Mun. Total 0 0 1 1 0 1

17 15 14 15 16 15

18 15 15 16 16 16

SIQUIJOR

HUCs Cebu Mandaue City City Total

% OF LGU Compliance

Prov.

Mun.

Total

% OF LGU Compliance

% OF LGU Compliance

69% 58% 58% 62% 62% 62%

0 0 0 0 0 0

4 4 3 2 3 3

4 4 3 2 3 3

57% 57% 43% 29% 43% 43%

1 0 1 1 0 1

1 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 2 2 1 2

100% 50% 100% 100% 50% 100%

MONTHLY REPORTS (if applicable) 13

7

0 1

44 43

45 45

92% 92%

0 1

0 2

QUARTERLY REPORTS 23 23 44% 32 35 67%

1 0 0 1 0

40 39 38 41 39

42 40 39 43 40

86% 82% 80% 88% 82%

0 0 1 1 0

1 1 2 2 1

28 27 32 33 24

the 20% component of the Annual Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) for development projects, provided these are supportive of the national development goals and priorities. Four (4) Municipalities (4th-6th Class), namely, Balilihan, Catigbian and Maribojoc of Bohol, and Amlan of Negros Oriental, that were granted the Seal during the first round of assessment in CY 2010, are already implementing development projects that are also aligned with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) with their P1 Million PCF grant.

29 28 35 36 25

56% 54% 67% 69% 48%

1

0 0

0 0

11 15

11 15

42% 58%

0 0

3 5

3 5

43% 71%

1 1

1 1

2 2

100% 100%

0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

15 11 15 14 14

16 11 15 14 14

62% 42% 58% 54% 54%

0 0 0 0 0

2 1 5 5 3

2 1 5 5 3

29% 14% 71% 71% 43%

1 1 1 0 1

1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 1 2

100% 100% 100% 50% 100%

GAWAD PAMANA NG LAHI AWARD FOLLOWING the DILG’s launching of a total award concept for exemplary performance in local governance, Bohol Province, Cebu City and Amlan, Negros Oriental emerged as top recipients in Central Visayas of the DILG’s Gawad Pamana ng Lahi Award. Said LGUs received P3M, P2M and P1M, respectively, in cash prizes together with a plaque of recognition from no less than His Excellency President Simeon Benigno C. Aquino III. The Gawad Pamana ng Lahi Award accords government recognition to exemplary performance of a province, city or municipality in the areas of Administrative Governance, Social Governance, Economic Governance and

Environmental Governance. The Awards criteria include the LGU’s LGPMS Overall Performance Index (80%), past inclusion in the Seal of Good housekeeping (10%), their innovations for three years prior to the award period (5%), and award or distinctions received from regional, national and international institutions either government or reputable private for the past preceding year (5%).

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CHANGE LEADERS TRAINING

IN line with SILG Jesse M. Robredo’s Change Agenda, DILG7 conducted, in three batches, a Change Leaders Training entitled Institutionalizing The Reform Agenda Towards Performance-Based Management In The Implementation Of Priority Projects To Achieve The Priority Thrusts Of National Government, with the theme “Changing Gears Towards Greater Productivity and Creating A Common Roadmap for DILG7.” A total of 190 DILG7 Local Government Operations Officers underwent said training. They conveyed their support to work for change and adapt to the new ways so as to become true catalysts of change for DILG. The training activity aimed to equip the DILG frontliners with knowledge on the DILG’s operational agenda in order to respond to the needs of the clientele – the LGUs and the groups that matter. Highlighted in the training were presentations, workshops and discussions on the Department’s PPAs, Theory of Change, DILG Outcomes Framework based on its sectoral goal and organizational outcomes and the DILG Strategic Doctrine. A session on Self-Awareness (Self-Concept-Who am I?) to set the tone of the training was done by a renowned

Psychotherapist, Dr. Russell VelasquezMakiling of the Intelli-Prime Consultancy Services, Cebu City. SILG Robredo calls for every DILG man to reflect on and recognize the need for change in DILG as a whole and as individuals as well through PART: Performance, Accountability, Responsiveness, and Transparency. DILG-7 Regional Director Ananias M. Villacorta spearheaded the conduct of the training as the Main Resource Person and was assisted by a team of facilitators.


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TURNOVER OF REGIONAL LEADERSHIP RD Ananias M. Villacorta, CESO IV assumed DILG7 leadership following the fitting turnover ceremony on October 25 at the DILG–7 Training Center, Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City. RD Villacorta started his stint as DILG7 regional director with the conduct of the Change Leaders Training wherein he led the DILG7 field officers in assessing the current DILG organization vis-à-vis the strategic existence of the Department with the goal to get a collective regional perception of how effective are the Department’s Vision and Mission. For the remaining months of the year, he focused on familiarizing himself with the DILG7 programs and operations through interfacing with the

DILG7 personnel and courtesy calls with the local chief executives in the region. He has emphasized in his speech during the turnover rites that he envisions his management and stint in the DILG7 to be in one color – white, encouraging the DILG7 workforce to work for the organization and help it grow as an institution.

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SUPPORT TO NATIONAL

GOVERNMENT

PROGRAMS NATIONAL GREENING PROJECT AND BILLION TREES PROGRAM

IN line with the Department’s Billion Trees Program fully inte- enhancement and co-management of denuded forestlands, grated and harmonized into the National Greening Program brush lands, and degraded residual natural resources using through Executive Order No. 26 issued by President Benigno native tree species. S. Aquino III, DILG-7 together with all LGUs in Central Visayas successfully planted approximately 3,466,329 seedlings during the Philippine Arbor Day last June 25, 2011. Particularly noteworthy was the 2,828,005 seedlings planted in the Province of Bohol making it rank first among all provinces nationwide. The Municipality of Carlos P. Garcia, Bohol was one of only two municipalities in the country that surpassed the 1 million seedling milestone having planted 1,058,700. DILG-7, together with the Province of Cebu and the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, launched the National Greening Program at Jaclupan, Talisay City also during the Arbor Day Celebration where 12,500 seedlings were planted during the event. During the Tapatan on Full Disclosure Policy on May 24, the Cebu Provincial Government, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Incorporated (RAFI) and the DILG signed a Memorandum of Agreement on GREENIN Philippines and Billion Trees Program. The GREENIN Philippines is RAFI’s program being integrated under the DILG’s Billion Trees Program that is in line with the national government’s National Greening Program (NGP), which aims to plant some 1.5 billion trees covering about 1.5 million hectares for a period of six years from 2011 to 2016. GREENIN Philippines Program aims to plant five million trees in six years through the development, protection,


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PUBLIC TRANSPORT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM DILG7, through its field officers, distributed the Public Transport Assistance Program (PTAP) fuel subsidy amounting to P3,634,950.00 to 24,233 tricycle franchisees in 89 LGUs in Central Visayas. The field officers are also involved in the fast tracking of the LGUs’ liquidation reports which revealed that as of December 2011, actual total LGU disbursements amounted to Php 1,282,200.00 out of the P3,634,950.00 grant to Region VII.

PUERTO PRINCESA UNDERGROUND RIVER AS ONE OF THE NEW 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD DILG7 mobilized its employees in regional and sub-regional offices to promote and participate in the PPURN7WN Campaign for Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) to be included among the New 7 Wonders of the World. It also enjoined the local governments in Central Visayas up to the barangay level to support the campaign as a response to President Benigno Aquino’s call to promote the Philippine tourism industry. All employees voted thru synchronized text messages and all DILG7 sub-regional offices displayed the PPUR streamers in their offices. LGUs of Central Visayas were very supportive of the PPUR-N7WN Campaign as they conducted synchronized text voting, displayed streamers in conspicuous places, enacted resolutions of support, and conducted Information and Education Campaigns to support the PPUR.

The distribution of the fund is part of the Pantawid Pasada or the Public Transport Assistance Program (PTAP) of the government, which was created under Executive Order No. 32, s. 2011 issued by President Benigno S. Aquino III. The PTAP aimed to provide assistance to the public transport sector to cushion the impact and the resulting effects of oil price hikes on the costs of fuel, food and other basic commodities.

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DILG7’S SUPPORT TO GOVERNMENT HEALTH PROGRAMS

to address the current situation at Barangay Kamagayan.

On August 22 – 26, RAAT-7 participated in the Local Government Academy-United Nations Development Programme IN view of the government’s action on the increasing number (LGA-UNDP) initiated activity, the 5th RAAT (Regional AIDS of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS, and to find immediate solu- Assistance Teams) Leadership Training, with the theme, “Protions to the problem, DILG-7 is actively involved as member of moting Leadership and Mitigating the Negative Impacts of the Regional AIDS Assistance Team (RAAT) in region 7 com- HIV and AIDS on Human Development.” posed of the DILG, DSWD and DOH. There are a total of 46 LGUs in region 7 with organized Local The RAAT-7 formulated its Annual Work Plan for CY 2011. It AIDS Councils (LACs). continues to provide technical assistance to LGUs such as the creation of Local AIDS Councils (LACs) and conduct of orientation workshops on HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).

Advocacy on HIV and AIDS

On February 8, a High Level HIV/AIDS meeting with USEC for Local Government Austere A. Panadero tackled the issue on the alarming increase of AIDS involving intravenous drug at Kamagayan, Cebu City, and to find out immediate solutions on this concern. On March 17-18, an orientation-Workshop was conducted for purposes of assigning tasks and responsibilities among the concerned stakeholders, as well as outlining the steps in the implementation of the Cold Zone program

TB-DOTS

HAVING good practices in their health centers, Tanjay City, Negros Oriental and Duero, Bohol were recommended by DOH7 for validation in line with the project entitled, “Promoting TB-Free LGU through Replication of Directly Observed Treatment Short-Course Strategy (DOTS) Good Practices.” The project used the DILG’s GOFAR or the Good Practices in Local Governance: Facility for Adaptation and Replication (GOFAR) strategy, the Documentation of Good Practices and Replication Inception Workshops (RIW), in popularizing DOTS success stories. The DOH, assisted by the Philippine Coalition against Tuberculosis and Integrated Policy for TB Control in the

Philippines, and in partnership with the DILG thru the Bureau of Local Government Development (BLGD) initiated a TB-free Philippines. Its goal is to reduce TB prevalence by half in 2015, which is in line with the Philippine Plan of Action to Control TB (Phil PACT) and the Millennium Development Goals.


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HIS EXELLENCY PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III ON August 2, President Benigno S. Aquino III took a five-hour visit to Bohol for his first Presidential Visit where he inducted Governor Edgardo M. Chatto as the new Chairman of the Regional Peace and Order Council and inaugurated the municipal hall of Trinidad, Bohol.

new Bohol Airport, the need for a sanitary landfill and the concreting of roads in some Bohol towns. On the sanitary landfill, Aquino announced the release of P20 million for a feasibility study of the proposed landfill in Alburquerque.

Together with the President were SILG Jesse M. Robredo, DOTC Secretary Mar Roxas, DOE Secretary Jose Rene Almendras, DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson and the recently resigned DOT Secretary Alberto Lim. Also present in the affair were Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda, Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte and Manuel Quezon III, Undersecretary for the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office.

He also inaugurated the P28M Municipal Hall of the Municipality of Trinidad where he spoke before a huge crowd at the Trinidad Municipal Gymnasium. He cited the establishment of business onestop shop, transparency and accountability in the LGU, as well as the commitment of the national government to fund the conditional cash transfer program, KALAHI projects and Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig Para sa Lahat Program for target beneficiaries.

A brief open forum took place where the President was asked of his commitments to the proposed

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DILG SECRETARY JESSE M. ROBREDO SECRETARY Jesse M. Robredo served as the Guest of Honor and Keynote Speaker during the commemorative program for the Bohol Province’s annual event, the celebration of the 115 Natal Day of the late President Carlos P. Garcia, on November 4, 2011 at the Bohol Cultural Center, Tagbilaran City. During the occasion, the Secretary announced that the “Best Governed Province” Award in 2010 under the DILG’s Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS) goes to the Province of Bohol. He also

sat down with the Bohol’s Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council in a forum which was attended by all mandated members of said Council and representatives of the provincial offices and regional directors of the DILG, Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), and the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP). He also gave one hour of his time for a conference with the local media wherein he answered issues and concerns regarding the DILG’s programs on Disaster Risk Reduction, Seal of Good Housekeeping, Full

Disclosure Policy, Performance Challenge Fund and Pamana ng Lahi Awards. Secretary Robredo also witnessed the signing of the MOA and the turnover of the management of the CPG Museum between the provincial government and the CPG Foundation and led the ceremonial kick-off of three projects, such as the restoration/renovation and construction of the CPG Museum, Provincial Roads Management Facility Year 2 and 3 Road Rehabilitation/ Maintenance projects and DPWH funded road projects.

NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICIALS (NEO) PROGRAM Component 3-Alliance Building THE provinces of Negros Oriental, Bohol and Siquijor conducted Alliance Building with all Mayors, Provincial Department Heads, National Government Agencies, and other stakeholders on October 4, 2010, January 7, 2011 and June 23, 2011, respectively. The conduct of Alliance Building aims to ensure that the province will go a long way in terms of development direction through harmonization of local plans and programs vis-à-vis priority development programs of the provincial and national government.


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Component 4-Sharpening the Saw ACTING on its mandate to strengthen the technical, fiscal and administrative capabilities of local governments, DILG7 continued partnering with the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbet (GIZ) GmbH GIZ Decentralization Program (GIZ-DP) in the implementation of a training program on codification, which is comprised of three phases, to run for a period of two (2) years, 2011 to 2012. Phase I which is the Basic Course on Legislation was conducted on June 14-17, 2011 for Cebu Province, Negros Oriental and HUCs, and on June 21-24, 2011 for Bohol Province and Siquijor Province. Phase II, entitled Advance Course on Local Legislation/Codification Coaching was conducted on August 15-19, 2011 for Cebu and Negros Oriental Provinces, and the Cities of Cebu and Mandaue while Bohol and Siquijor Provinces had theirs on September 5 to 9, 2011. Phase III which covers Roll-out, Community Immersion and Codification Proper with quarterly meetings for updates and monitoring was started in the 4th Quarter of the year and will continue in CY 2012 for the community immersion and codification proper.

DILG-7’s commitment to the program includes the provision of technical assistance to the LGUs in the formulation of Revenue Code, Code of General Ordinances, Investment and Incentives Code and the Environmental Code.

Based on an assessment conducted by DILG-7 in 2009, legislation emerged as the top governance area that needed intervention. From the same assessment, it was determined that for local sanggunians to be more effective in the performance of their legislative functions, they have On May 6, DILG7 signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to undergo the codification training to respond to the felt with the GIZ-DP and the regional heads of DTI-7, DENR-7 need of enshrining all ordinances of the Local Government and BLGF-7 to ensure the successful implementation of the Units (LGUs) in one single book. This training should address program. the problem of local sanggunians on voluminous legislative documents.

BARANGAY NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICIALS (BNEO) PROGRAM IN Laying the Foundation for Grassroots Renewal and Empowerment for Accountable and Transparent Barangays (GREAT Barangays), 100% or 3,003 barangays in region 7 were provided skills and orientation training, broken down as follows: NAME OF LGUs

TOTAL NO. OF BRGYS TRAINED

% OF BRGYS TRAINED

TOTAL NO. OF BRGY OFFICIALS TRAINED

NO. OF AGAD SUBMITTED

BOHOL

1,109

100 %

12,232

1,109

CEBU

1,096

100 %

11,453

1,096

NEGROS

557

100 %

5,002

557

SIQUIJOR

134

100 %

989

134

CEBU CITY

80

100%

880

80

MANDUE CITY

27

100 %

255

27

Total:

3,003

100%

29,931

2,923

DILG7 employed team approach in carrying out BNEO in the Central Visayas region wherein all barangay officials in a municipality are grouped together in an Orientation Program managed by a team of field officers. The topics included Barangay Governance and Administration, Barangay Development Planning and Finance, Barangay Legislation, Improving Transparency and Participation, Barangay Governance Performance Management System (BGPMS), Full Disclosure Policy, and other related matters as may have been discussed during the conduct of the program.

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MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDS) AND MDG LOCALIZATION TOOL The following were accomplished under the program:

Provision of Technical assistance to the UNFPA pilot LGUs (Ubay, Carmen, Tlibon) in Bohol as follows:

MDG Monitoring and Evaluation Tracking System Training on May 17-19 in Bohol (Ubay, Carmen, Talibon) Writeshop on Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) on September 12-16 in Water Paradise in Tagbilara City. Planning Workshop on the CDP Preparation to the UNFPA Pilot LGUs on October 17 Encoding of the CBMS Rider Questionnaire on May 20

Conduct of CBMS Data Gathering and Field Editing (Module 1) to the enumerators and some department heads of Carcar, Cebu on April 25-28, 2011 Facilitating the submission of the MOA of Carcar, Cebu to BLGD and Angelo King Institute, Manila Conduct of the CBMS Data Gathering and Field Editing (Module 1) to the enumerators of the 52 barangays of Mandaue City on May 9-13 Conduct of a seminar-workshop on the enhanced “Monitoring and Evaluation System on Tracking LGU Responses to Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)” on December 20, which aimed to capture the initiatives and progress of the LGUs in the achievement of the MDG Targets as well as the responses of LGUs on the extent of the implementation of MDG Localization and to monitor LGU contribution to the attainment of the MDGs.

SCALING-UP REPLICATION OF GOOD PRACTICES As of CY 2011, DILG-7 was able to document a total of 10 Good Practices under the GO-FAR program, as follows: Seaweed (Guzo) Farming in Hingotana Island, Bien Unido, Bohol (An Aquaculture Livelihood Program) Be Safe, Feel at Home @ e-SM Carmen (The Economical and Enhanced Safe Motherhood) Program of Carmen,Bohol Nutrition: Essential for Physical Health of Talibon, Bohol Sustaining Marine Resources and Improving the Quality of Life thru the Establishment of Coastal Resource Management (CRM) of Ubay, Bohol Culture of Discipline: A New Approach to Penology at the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) of the Province of Cebu Bundok Nutrisyon Project of Danao City, Cebu Electrical Installation Loan Program (EILP) of the Municipality of Valencia, Negros Oriental Low Cost Natural Sewage Collection and Treatment Facility: Constructed Wetland Project of Brgy. Villareal, Batawan City, Negros Oriental Remedial Class Program of Barangay Bantayan, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental Community-Based Waterworks System of Barangay Tabok, Mandaue City

Carmen’s good practice on the Enhanced Safe Motherhood Program was replicated by the Municipality of Talibon (a UNFPA Pilot Area).


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LGU ACCESS TO FINANCING & FOREIGN-ASSISTED PROJECT President’s Bridge Program BRIDGE NAME

LOCATION

LENGTH (L.M.)

% ACCOMP.

REMARKS

1

Lacaon-Mahanlod

Jimalalod Or. Negros

65

78.46%

On-going

2

Ilaya Bridge

Ronda, cebu

20

85.44%

Steel Bridge Component for Superstructure Instralled

3

Burgos Bridge

Mandaue City

30

64%

70%, awaiting for theapproval of the Program of Work.

4

New Name So. Hingles San Francisco (Old Name: Balugo Banwag, Guihulngan, Negros Or.

Sta. Catalina Negros Or.

30

100%

Still awaiting for the date of Bridge Inauguration

SAGANA fund for Waterless LGUs SEVENTEEN (17) identified waterless LGUs of Central Visayas received government’s funds for implementing projects under the Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig sa Lahat Program. A total of P63, 984,120.13 or 40% of the program funds were released to the recipient LGUs. SAGANA is one of the flagship programs of the President which aims to reduce by half the proportion of people without access to potable water supply. It promotes shared responsibility between the national government and local government units in providing water supply systems to waterless areas by awarding national government grants based on a rational prioritization scheme and requiring local government counterpart funding in all cases. The prioritization scheme underscores the health improvement and poverty reduction impacts of having safe water supply.

PROJECT LOCATION

Province

Municipalities

Barangays

CEBU

Bantayan

4 barangays

BOHOL

NEGROS ORIENTAL

WATER SOURCE

TYPE OF PROJECT

drilled well

New Construction

TARGET BINIFICIARY

TOTAL PROJECT COST

1ST RELEASED AMOUNT TO LGUt

## of HH

(PHP)

(PHP)

896

10,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

Bien Unido

5 barangays

drilled well

Rehab/ Expansion

773

10,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

Buenavista

5 barangays

drilled well

New Construction

696

14,003,800.43

4,000,000.00

Catigblan

7 barangays

spring

New Construction

841

10,310,000.00

4,000,000.00

Getafe

3 barangays

drilled well

Rehab/ Expansion

500

9,999,958.89

3,999,983.56

Inabangga

3 barangays

spring / drilled well

New Construction Rehab/ Expansion

10,000,002.96

4,000,000.00

Pres. Carlos P. Garcia

6 barangays

drilled well

New Construction

884

9,960,897.85

3,984,359.14

San Isidro

2 barangays

drilled well

New Construction

618

11,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

San Miguel

3 barangays

surface water with treatment facility

Rehab/ Expansion

716

11,309,268.62

4,000,000.00

Talbon

5 barangays

drilled well

New Construction Rehab/ Expansion

652

10,305,783.28

4,000,000.00

Trinidad

15 barangays

drilled well

New Construction

1,37

9,999,663.45

3,999,865.38

Tubigon

4 barangays

drilled well

New Construction

811

10,077,651.80

4,000,000.00

Ubay

7 barangays

drilled well

Rehab/ Expansion

1,254

9,999,780.13

3,999,912.05

La Libertad

11 barangays

spring

Rehab/ Expansion

3,311

12,488,394.00

4,000,000.00

Mabinay

2 barangays

spring

Rehab/ Expansion

996

10,024,761.40

4,000,000.00

Tayasan

10 barangays

spring

Rehab/ Expansion

1,379

10,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

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PROV/CITIES STATUS OF MOA (DPWH RO-LGU) Bais City, Negros Oriental Cebu Province

Dumaguete City

WORK CATEGORY (ROAD/PROJECT NAME)

PROJECT COST

Allocation

400,609.51

400,609.51

100% Completed

MOA approved;100% Fund Release

Regravelling

1,307,200.00

1,307,200.00

100% Completed

MOA with DPWH-Regional Office; 100% Fund Release

Regravelling

1,744,000.00

1,744,000.00

100% Completed

100% Fund Release

Regravelling

1,066,400.00

1,066,400.00

100% Completed

100% Fund Release

Pavement Maintenance

PROJECT STATUS

REMARKS

Regravelling

664,000.00

664,000.00

100% Completed

100% Fund Release

Regravelling

2,410,912.07

2,410,912.07

100% Completed

100% Fund Release

Seal Widening

342,104.58

342,104.58

100% Completed

MOA approved; Liquidation on going

346,000.00

346,000.00

100% Completed

Liquidation on going

365,000.00

365,000.00

100% Completed

Liquidation on going

Drainage Improvement Drainage Improvement (const. Of slab cover) Rehabilitation plus Improvement (addl. Seal) Pavement Resurfacing Drainage Improvement Tagbilaran City Toledo City Bayawan City Bohol Province Canlaon City

Pavement Maintenance

848,719.65

848,719.65

100% Completed

liquidation on going

Pavement Resurfacing

279,562.79

279,562.79

100% Completed

MOA approved; 1st Release 4/29/10

Drainage Improvement Regravelling

308,554.47

308,554.47

7,648,534.30

7,648,534.30

MOA approved; Procurement process on going 100% Completed

MOA approved MOA approved Sept. 24, 2009; Liquidation on going

Rehabilitation

121,878.36

121,878.36

100% Completed

Rehabilitation

635,118.05

635,118.05

100% Completed 100% Completed

Cebu City

Safety Devices Operations

1,030,221.02

1,030,221.02

Danao City

Safety Projects

650,714.51

650,714.51

Pavement Resurfacing

896,954.36

896,954.36

100% Completed

with approved MOA; liquidation on process

90%

MOA approved; projects on going

Mandaue City Negros Oriental Siquijor Talisay City Tanjay City

Pavement Resurfacing

MOA approved; waiting for the signed liquidation report from COA MOA on process

486,281.12

486,281.12

Regravelling

3,000,000.00

3,000,000.00

Safety Projects

1,293,823.32

1,293,823.32

100% Completed

MOA approved; Started Nov. 24, 2008. Completed April 26, 2009

683,098.03

683,098.03

100% Completed

Date Started: Dec 14, 2010; Date Completed: Dec 17, 2010

Awaiting the funds from DPWH RO

MOA signed

Pavement Resurfacing Pavement Maintenance

265,664.21

265,664.21

Pavement Resurfacing

26,795,350.35

26,795,350.35

BIYAHENG PINOY : Tapat na Palakad, Bayang Maunlad Program IN enhancing LGU-NGO-PS/CSO collaboration, DILG-7 culminated the celebration of 20 years of Philippine Local Autonomy with a Press Conference on the Biyaheng Pinoy: Tapat na Palakad, Bayang Maunlad Program on October 11. Presented during the PRESSCON were the DILG initiatives which were launched in 2010 as banner programs of the Biyaheng Pinoy, to wit: Seal of Good Housekeeping, Performance Challenge Fund, Full Disclosure Policy, and Gawad Pamana ng Lahi. These initiatives are the DILG’s interventions to elevate the practice of governance that values Performance/Participation, Accountability, Responsiveness and Transparency. A total of nine (9) regional programs and initiatives of the six (6) governance


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Consolidated Annual Works Program Provinces & Cities for CY 2008 As of March 31, 2011 Region VII Province/ City

Road Section to be Maintained

Lapu-Lapu

Along FR. Martir to Risdon St. 0.087 km

Description

Cost (Province)

Cost (City)

Pavement Resurfacing

487,352.22

Sub-total

487,352.22

Allocation

Amount Recommended for Release

REMARKS 1st release - 10/6/2010

496,157.93

487,352.22

Project Completed. Inspected March 7, 2011

Danao

Cebu City

Bonifacio St.

Drainage Improvement

0.076 km

Safety Projects

Andres Soriano St.

MOA on process at LGU Level. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into MOA with DPWH = ok

631,275.35

Sub-total

631,275.35

Safety Projects

322,594.48

631,275.35

631,275.35

1,314,067.23

1,308,103.23

MOA is already approved

426,998.65

426,998.65

MOA is already approved

0.190 km

Toledo

Gen Echavez St., Pahse 1

Pavement Resurfacing

985,508.80

0.333 km

Sub-total

1,308,103.28

S. Osmeña Sr. St.

Pavement Resurfacing

426,998.65

0.038 km

Safety Projects Sub-total

Talisay

Maghaway-Tapul Road

Pavement Maintenance

0.190 km

Pavement Resurfacing

426,998.65

Sub-total Cebu Prov

Balamban-Lamesa Raod

Pavement Resurfacing

3.340 km

Drainage Improvement

Sangi-dugyan Provincial Road

Traffic Services maintenance

0.800 km

Safety projects

Catmon-Agsuwao Provincial Road 1.200 km

Traffic Services maintenance

Project completed: 12/17/10

757,792.60 757,792.50

LGU is on the process of 757,792.60

757,792.50

liquidating the funds

8,287,124.05

8,287,124.05

MOA is already approved

6,287,124.05 668,491.32 1,331,508.68

Safety projects Sub-total

8,287,124.05

stakeholders in region 7 including DILG7 were enrolled under the Biyaheng Pinoy. These governance stakeholders are namelythe National Police Commission-7, Civil Service Commission-7, Department of Health-Center of Health and Development-7, Cebu Normal University and the Office of the Ombudsman-Visayas. DILG7’s accomplishments under the Biyaheng Pinoy program within the yearlong celebration from October 2010 to October 2011 included the Program Launch together with the Capacity Development Expo with around 20 NGAs, CSOs, academe, tri-media, and other development partners; Hagit! Syagit! Anti-Corruption Concert showcasing cultural presentations, dances and musical drama participated in by regional executives of NGAs, resident Ombudsmen, students and representatives of private sector from across the Visayas regions; Adoption of the BP program by the Association of Regional Executives of National Agencies (ARENA) in Region 7; Massive advocacy of the BP program through media hopping and press releases; Presentation of the BP program during the activities of the Association of Government Information Officers of Region (AGIO)-7, Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF)-7, Regional Development Council (RDC)-7, and, the DILG7’s region-wide Orientation on CDP Formulation and Mainstreaming DRRM/CCA in the LG Process.

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DILG-CSO/PS PARTNERSHIP IN ENHANCING TRANSPARENCY THE following are the DILG partnerships forged with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs): DILG Cebu Province: Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI) for Capability Building with and for Moral Recovery Programs for barangay officials with National Auxiliary Chaplaincy Philippines, Inc. (NACPHIL). DILG-Bohol Province: Provincial Government of Bohol through the Provincial Roads Management Facility (PMRF) with the CSOs and POs for the Adopt a Road Program . DILG-Negros Oriental Province: Negros Oriental State University (NORSU)-Siaton Campus with the Municipality of Siaton, Negros Oriental for the enhancement training of the municipality’s bararangay officials.

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) DILG7 conducted an orientation on Public and Private Partnership (PPP) with the region’s focal persons on PPP on December 20 at the DILG Region VII Training Center, Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City. The PPP orientation aimed to build the knowledge base of the DILG7 focal persons on Public-Private Partnerships, particularly on national/local government PPP programs and the roles and responsibilities of DILG in local PPP promotion and implementation. It is an initiative of Secretary Jesse M. Robredo in view of the local economic development program of the Department that is aligned with the PPP Program of President Benigno S Aquino III.


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LOCAL GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LGPMS) THE Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) announced the country’s top performing provinces, highly urbanized and independent cities for 2010 based on the performance result of the Department’s Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS), among which are the Provinces of Bohol and Negros Oriental and the City of Cebu. Bohol emerged as the best governed province with an impressive overall performance index of 4.9370, while Negros Oriental ranked fourth with a high score of 4.8331. Cebu City ranked 9th in the highly urbanized and independent component cities category garnering a total of 4.6633 performance score.

LGPMS Version 2.1 Data Capture Forms. LGPMS Version 2.1 incorporates local government information on health and The LGPMS is a web-based, self-as- tourism and can thus be used for perforsessment tool that measures LGU per- mance evaluation on these areas. formance in key governance areas and provides information on the status of LGUs in terms of local governance and development. It assesses LGU performance on the areas of administrative, social, economic, and environmental governance, and fundamentals of good governance which include transparency, participation and financial accountability. All the provinces, cities and municipalities in the Region completed their 2011 State of Local Governance Reports. A total of 136 or 100% of LGUs in Region 7 have accomplished their CY 2011

BARANGAY GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BGPMS) All the 3,003 barangays in Region 7 were encouraged to utilize the Barangay Governance Performance Management System to come up with their respective State of Barangay Governance Reports (SBGRs) , NBOO set only one barangay per LGU. Region 7 Barangays with SBGRs: Bohol

Cebu

Neg. Or.

Siquijor

Cebu City

Mandaue

754

51

557

117

1

3

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Like the LGPMS, BGPMS is an assessment tool that measures the barangay’s delivery of services and accomplishments in relation to its functions as mandated by law. This tool forms part of a continuing mechanism to enhance local autonomy through administrative and organizational reforms, as required by Section 3(h) of the 1991 Local Government Code.

BARANGAY ASSEMBLY All the 3,003 barangays in region 7 were able to conduct their respective barangay assemblies within the first and second semesters of CY 2011. The barangay officials were able to report their accomplishments and disclose financial transactions to their constituents as well as present issues and concerns affecting their barangays and the nation as a whole.

BARANGAY MASTERLIST A Masterlist of Barangays and Barangay Officials Database System (BODS) is maintained and constantly updated in the DILG7 and can be accessed via One-Note System.

Presidential Proclamation No. 342 declared the last Saturday of March and the third Saturday of October and every year thereafter as barangay assembly day while DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2011-28 encourages the conduct of synchronized barangay assemblies every semester of the year.

MAINSTREAMING DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE ACT (DRRM-CCA) IN LOCAL GOVERNANCE A total of 90 LGUs attended in the DILG7’s regionwide series of OrientationWorkshops on “Strengthening LGU’s Institutional Capacity on Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Local Governance.” This is in response to the call for responsiveness and preparedness to natural calamities that threaten LGU growth and development in support to the capacity development of local governments thereby making the LGUs disaster resilient.

local development plans, and monitoring the implementation of the LGU re-entry/ action plans were likewise conducted as offshoots of the orientation on CDP formulation and mainstreaming DRRM and CCA in the CDP Process in October 2010. The regionwide roll-out was organized by the DILG7 in partnership with GIZ-DP and in collaboration with NEDA, DBM, HLURB, OCD, MGB, EMB, PAGASA and PHIVOLCS.

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three LGUs have formed their respective DRRM teams which were provided with appropriate orientation/briefing to carry out the salient requirements of DRRM at their respective localities. The total Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils (DRRMCs) organized and made functional in Region 7: LGU Bohol Province

Cebu Province

Negros Oriental Province

Siquijor Province

Cebu City

Mandaue City

Lapulapu City

49

38

17

7

1

1

1

STREAMLINING BUSINESS PERMITS AND LICENSING SYSTEM (BPLS) IN enabling an environment for competitive and business friendly LGUs, the nationwide project on the streamlining of Business Permits and Licensing System (BPLS) continues to be one of the major undertakings of DILG7 in partnership with

the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-7 in pursuance to BPLS JMC No. 1, S 2010. The BPLS Regional Coordinating Committee/Technical Working Group (RTWG), which is composed of the technical personnel from the DILG7 and DTI7, covered a total of 40 LGUs including all the 29 target cities and municipalities for 2010-2014 per BPLS JMC requirement on the conduct of the Coaching Workshops. Within June and November, the RCC/RTWG also evaluated the BPLS implementation of the 13 out of the 40 BPLS covered LGUs thru on-site validation visits with one media coverage in January in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu. The nationwide streamlining of the BPLS project is a move to expedite the issuance of business permits and licenses in cities and municipalities of the country pursuant to the Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 01, Series of 2010 signed by DILG Secretary Jesse M. Robredo and DTI Secretary Gregory Domingo. The Circular contains the implementing guidelines that set the standards in processing business permits and licensing in all cities and municipalities with the hope that the project will help attract more investors to all cities and towns and foster local economic growth, as well as generate job opportunities.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (LGSP-LED) DILG7 supported and coordinated the LGSP-LED efforts in the region 7’s inter-municipal alliances, such as the: Bohol Integrated Area Development (BIAD V) composed of the municipalities of Bilar, Batuan, Carmen, Dagohoy, Danao, Pilar, Sagbayan and Sierra Bullones – a.k.a Chocolands. BIAD V launched an integrated program for the Production, Marketing, and Technology Enhancement of Organic Rice (PROMOTE-RICE) that seeks to promote LED by strengthening organic rice production and marketing; and the Panglao, Dauis, Baclayon Marine Triangle Inc. (PADAYON) which focuses on Tourism Development.

Among the successes of the programs include: Declaration by Bohol Governor Edgar M. Chatto to include the LGSP-LED programs among his top major programs and thrusts for CY 2011, such as the Marketing of Organic Rice thru Cooperatives; Establishment of the Center of Excellence for Agribusiness and Sustainable Agriculture (CASA) in Danao with BISU; and the Development and Production of Organic Fertilizers thru Vermicomposting wherein the Provincial Government of Bohol inked a Memorandum of Understanding/Agreement on academic partnerships with Holy Name University (HNU) and Bohol Island State University (BISU), respectively. Signing of a MOA between the Provincial Government of Bohol and BISU Bilar Campus for Center for Agribusiness and Sustainable Agriculture (CASA) to be based at the Department of Extension and Research.

After the LGSP-LED First Phase, Bohol’s BIAD V underwent a Project Implementation Assessment on November 21-25 which aimed to determine and assess the general situation of the LGSP-LED implementation within the BIAD V alliance in terms of the undergone processes, strategies, gains, problems and issues met and lessons learned. On April 5, DILG7 participated in a conference dubbed “Collaboration for Local Economic Development: Challenges and Opportunities” which aimed to inform the DILG top management of the latest local economic developments involving NGAs as well as the LGSP-LED undertakings in the region. Other activities under the program included the conduct of Orientation on Economic transformation Team to the different national agencies on March 29; Assessment and Bundling of Services to the BIAD V Alliance on August 10; and the Signing of the MOA for the Regional Economic Transformation Team making it a subcommittee of the Economic Development Committee (EDC) of the Regional Development Council (RDC) - Region 7.

The Local Governance Support Project for Local Economic Development is an eight year collaborative project of the Government of Canada and the Philippines that supports the DILG and other relevant national agencies in creating enabling conditions for decentralization and improving policies, laws, programs and operations to enhance local governance and economic development.


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STRENGTHENING THE LOCAL ECONOMIC INVESTMENT PROMOTION OFFICER (LEIPO) There are 136 designated or appointed Local Economic Investment Promotions Office (LEIPO) in Central Visayas.

TRAINING ON RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS FOR LGUs

PROVINCIAL ROAD MAINTENANCE FACILITY BOHOL Province was able to develop and implement its road sector plan under the Provincial Road Maintenance Facility (PRMF) Project. As a governance and institutional reform program aimed“ to increase economic growth and improve access to public infrastructure and services in the Southern Philippines,” the PRMF project provides grant assistance directly to the province.

DILG7 provided technical assistance on Resource Mobilization and Financial Management to four (4) LGUs in Central Visayas, namely Borbon, Cebu; Danao, Cebu; San Fernando Cebu; and Loon, Bohol

STRENGTHENING OF PEACE AND ORDER COUNCILS TO ensure conflict-free and safe communities, DILG-7 continues to monitor and provide technical assistance to LGUs on the organization and functionality of Peace and Order Councils (POCs) at all levels. It also provided secretariat support services to the POCs at the Regional, Provincial, City and Municipal levels. On August 1, Cebu Governor Gwen Garcia turned over the helm of RPOC7 to Bohol Governor Edgardo Chatto with President Benigno Aquino himself administering the Oath of Office of the new Chairperson. The Office of the Provincial Treasurer of Bohol Province reported that as of January 26, 2012, RPOC-7 has a total operational fund of Php 3,021,019.07 On September 5, the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) – Region 7 was awarded by the Philippine Drugs Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in view of its generous contribution and support to PDEA’s antidrug programs and activities. DILG-7, being the RPOC7 Secretariat through its former Regional Director Pedro A. Noval, Jr., received the award during the occasion.

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ACCESS TO JUSTICE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN DILG7 provided technical assistance in the conduct of training on Access to Justice for the Poor. Cognizant of the need to strengthen women’s rights and welfare, DILG7 continues to provide and equip local government units (LGUs) with capacity building interventions geared towards upgrading the capacities of women.

STRENGTHENING OF THE REGIONAL MANAGEMENT COORDINATING COUNCILS (RMCCs) THE Regional, Provincial, City and Municipal Management Coordinating Committee regularly conducted monthly meetings to discuss issues and concerns of the Bureaus under the DILG Family.

PUBLIC DISCLOSURE / COMMUNICATION PROGRAM TOWARDS GOOD LOCAL GOVERNANCE IN order to equip its key personnel entrusted with the public information concerns with skills on the use of public information tools, DILG7 conducted a 5-day Production-Based Web Workshop on August 1-5 with all the designated public information officers from the DILG7’s regional, provincial and city offices and selected regional and sub-regional office staff. The website seminar workshop was a follow-through training designed for the Web Administrators, Designers, Programmers and Content Providers or Publishers of the newly created DILG7 Website. Soon, the actual website uploading, maintenance and administration shall be handled by the DILG7 Website Team. True to its commitment to Performance, Accountability, Responsiveness and Transparency in line with the Full Disclosure Policy of the Department, DILG7 launched its newly-developed official website: http://www.dilgregion7.net.


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during the Tapatan on Full Disclosure Policy last May. The website, which presents the status of LGU Compliance on Full Disclosure of Local Budget and Finances, Bids and Public Offerings, went live effective that day. DILG7 conducted media hopping by guesting in TV and radio programs to popularize new programs of the Department; facilitated fora and media coverage on program activities; and published its Kalambuan Newsletter which featured two (2) Local Chief Executives and one Field Officer Thinking Out of the Box and CY 2010 Annual Report, copies of which were provided to the LGUs, NGAs, POs, partners and other institutions. The sub-regional offices likewise sustained annual report. Two (2) Local Chief Executives were featured in the Kalambuan’s Local Leadership, FO

Local newspapers were monitored for the role of the DILG public information relevant issues and developments. officers to popularize the Department’s News stories were sent to the Office of PPAs and publish its accomplishments. Public Affairs (OPA) of the Department for inclusion in the DILG Digest and in the Department’s Website. Different media outlets in the region were also provided with press releases for them to be abreast of the latest developments on program implementation and local governance concerns. Regional and subregional offices regularly updated their respective Bulletin Boards and Photo Displays. DILG7 Public Information anchors its programs and activities on the mandate for all government departments and agencies to intensify their information campaign of their policies, programs and objectives to the local government units including the general public, and on

STRENGTHENING THE LOCAL GOVERNANCE RESOURCE CENTER DILG7 and its six sub-regional offices sustained the operations of the LGRC-7 and maintained its respective LGRC facilities. LGRC-7 utilizes the One Note System in knowledge management, information sharing and utilization, regular updating of information and data, and a standalone library management system for knowledge materials/resources. The LGRC-7’s Multi-Sectoral Advisory Council (MSAC) composed of partner NGAs, CSOs, LRIs, Academe and Tri-Media is involved in the advisory, program implementation, and convergence of program/activities on local governance. Exhibits of LGRC Knowledge Products were conducted during huge inter-

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agency, LGA and DILG7 activities, such as, the DILG7 Regional Awarding of the Seal of Good Housekeeping Program on September 28 at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel, Cebu City, MOA Signing on the Search for Best LGU in Planning and Budgeting on April 5 at the Crown Regency Hotel and Suites, Fuente Osmena, Cebu City, DILG7’s Tapatan on the Full Disclosure Policy on May 24 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City, and the Revving up the RLGRRCs on March 2425 at the Pinnacle Hotel, Davao City. The LGRC7 maintained knowledge products in support to DILG7 program implementation, such as, the Compendium on LGU Practices on Good Governance and digitized information materials.

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SEARCH FOR BEST LGUs IN PLANNING AND BUDGETING The DILG, NEDA, DBM, DOF and HLURB, and other partner agencies and institutions, the DENR, LMP-Cebu Chapter, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI), Cebu Business Club (CBC), University of the Philippines-Cebu (UP-Cebu) and Cebu Normal University (CNU) compose the JMC Oversight Agencies in Region 7.

THE DILG-7’s Search for Best LGU in Planning and Budgeting is one of the DILG7’s innovative programs on decentralization and local governance. It is an Incentive Program for effective harmonization of local planning and budgeting, in pursuit of Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 001 s. 2007, the landmark inter-agency issuance on rationalizing planning and budgeting. On April 5, DILG-7 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with its partner agencies and institutions during the Organizational Meeting and Commitment Building on the Search for Best LGUs on Planning and Budgeting. The MOU seeks to synchronize future policies and guides

The program is being supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH or GIZ Decentralization Program

(GIZ-DP) of Government. and to provide a framework for collaborative arrangement to strengthen capacities in local planning and budgeting by motivating LGUs to share best practices that would become springboard of effective and efficient local plans and budgets and would initiate a well-spring of informed policy recommendations among the oversight agencies in the country for improved local planning and budgeting.

DILG-7 CALL CENTER ON LOCAL GOVERNANCE PROGRAM DILG7 sustained its unique implementation of its Local Governance Resource Center (LGRC) by making its Call Center on Local Governance operational with a website and Management Information System (MIS) through the use of One-Note System. A total of 3,472 customer service/official calls were

acted upon. The Policies & Guidelines of the Call Center includes the Regional Public Assistance and Complaints Center (PACC). The DILG7’s Call Center Program was established in CY 2008 as an initiative to strengthen the operations

of its LGRC, a dynamic, interactive and virtual program that contributes to building the DILG as a Knowledge Centric Organization (KCO) and builds learning communities that pursue local governance excellence through knowledge sharing and innovation.

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TEAM APPROACH ON COORDINATED TASKS (TACT) DILG-7 sustains the implementation of the TACT Strategy, a clientelecentered service operational strategy of DILG7 for effective and efficient program implementation and staff development. In this strategy, the regional and field personnel are organized into clusters/ action teams per program/project not only to develop their capabilities in project implementation geared towards career development but also to effectively respond to the needs of the clientele, the local government units. A total of 9 DILG regional offices have already conducted their TACT visit in DILG7 and have attempted to replicate the TACT in their respective regions, customized according to their organizational and cultural dynamics.

DILG-7’S HOUSEKEEPING (5S) PROGRAM DILG7 sustained the implementation of its 5S Program to achieve total organizational standard and cleanliness in the workplace. Since its inception in CY 2008, gains have been observed in terms of organizational efficiency and safety and improvement of employees’ morale.

The following projects and activities were undertaken and completed in CY 2011: - Repainting of the DILG7 Training Center Function Room - Replacement of broken tiles at the building roof deck - Repair of Annex Building ceiling - Installation of bidets in the comfort rooms - Mess hall ceiling installation Foot path at the right side the Regional Office building - - Construction of filing cabinets at the FMS - Facelift of the lobby and the comfort room of the Annex Building which houses 3 rooms with a total 11 bed capacity intended to better serve both paying and non-paying guests of the region - Improvement of Executive Room at the main dormitory to accommodate DILG executives from both Central Office and other regional offices who come to visit DILG Region VII.

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Investment in the 3,500-liter capacity rain catcher is starting to pay-off as observed in the lowering of consumption from MCWD-supplied water in the last 3 months of 2011. Employees commitment to maintain the orderliness and follow the 5S SPOs were regularly visited during the conduct of Monday Convocation. DILG7 will continue to conduct activities to sustain the discipline until such time that practicing 5S becomes a daily habit for all DILG7 employees.

Slated for implementation in the 1st quarter of CY 2012 are the following: 1. 2.

Improvement of comfort rooms and the ramps at the ground floor level in order to comply with the requirements of BP 344 or the Acces sibility Law. Installation of partitions and other furniture at the Financial Manage ment Service to match the existing set-up at the office ground floor where cubicle spaces are being maximized for enhanced productivity of individual employee.

In CY 2010, DILG-7 bagged the Civil Service Commission’s 2010 Brigada Ahensya Award for Category C for its good housekeeping practice.

SCALOG TRAINING IN preparation for the provincial rollout, DILG7 conducted a 2-day Regional Trainers’ Training on the Systems on Competency Assessment for Local Governments (SCALOG) from February 17 to 18, 2011 at the DILG7 Training Center. The training was aimed at orienting all the DILG 7 field officers on SCALOG as a competency tool for local government units and strengthening as well their capacities in order to better assist the LGUs in assessing their organizational competencies. SCALOG is an LGU Organizational Competency Assessment Tool necessary in addressing the gaps on capacity building initiatives of LGUs in line with the Department’s CAPDEV thrust. It was conceptualized as a complementary tool to the DILG’s Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS) in assessing the performance of LGUs in all the five (5) development areas.

INDUCTION TRAINING FOR LGOOS DILG7 produced forty-eight (48) newly-appointed LGOOs, 23 were from Region 7 and 25 from Region 8, following the DILG7-managed 46th Batch of LGOO Induction Training which had a graduation ceremony last January 18 at the Ecotech Center’s Grand Pavillion, Lahug, Cebu City.


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RATIONALIZATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

Approved rationalized plantilla is composed of 337 positions broken down as follows: Permanent positions – 308; coterminous with the incumbent -28; coterminous with the appointing authority – 1 Of the 337 positions 23 are newly created positions composed of 1-planning officer, 1-Information Technology Officer 1, 18- LGOO VI , 3- ADA IV. Of the newly created positions, all LGOO VI and ITOI have been filled-up. Other va cant postions were also filled either through promotional appointments issued to deserving and qualified DILG7 personnel or through original appointments issued to newly hired personnel. There are 6 newly newly hired personnel for LGOO II positions. There are 3 clusters in Cebu Province, 2 –Bohol, 2-Negros Oriental, 1-Siquijor, 2-Cebu City (HUC with 2 cong. Dist.). Clusters are headed with an LGOO VI positions. Lacking plantilla items for the newly created HUC of Lapu-lapu City are : 1-LGOO VIII; 1-LGOO VI, 1-LGOO III. Request for issuance of said positions is still pending at DBM-Manila.

DILG7 INTEGRITY CIRCLE DEVELOPMENT DILG7, in its continued effort to promote integrity development and teamwork among its employees, conducted a Bowling Tournament for Regional Office, DILG-Cebu City, DILGMandaue City and DILG-Lapulapu City personnel with the theme “Building Solidarity through Bowling Tournament.” The one-day activity had four teams competing for championship in the bowling event as well as in the cheering competition. The DILG7 provincial offices also conducted their respective Integrity Circle activities. The conduct of annual Integrity Circle Development activities aims to foster closer relationship among DILG7 employees, promote the values of sincerity and transparency, and strengthen teamwork pursuant to Executive Order No. 319 dated April 3, 1996 mandates the institutionalization of the Moral Recovery Program in all government agencies and government owned and controlled corporations through the establishment of Integrity Circles. The DILG7 organized the Integrity Circles in CY 2005 under

the DILG’s Bayanihan Savings Replication Project (BSRP) and integrated these with the existing Bayanihan Centers of the DILG regional, provincial and HUC offices. These Integrity Circles are in charge of organizing and planning activities that necessarily enhance values formation among the employees.

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The Bayanihan Centers (BCs) were organized as the nucleus of the DILG-7 Integrity Circle. These BCs are functional and have engaged in various ventures as follows:

Composition & Number of members

Ventures

Total Savings/Investments (As of Dec. 2011)

Barkadahan sa Sudlon

23 Members from ORD & Accounting Section

Credit

P 186,352.52

Paglaum

18 Members from Personnel Section and GS

Credit

P 4,700.00

HOPE BC

11 Members from Cebu Provincial Office

Credit

P 26,802.00

Kauswagan

8 Members from LGCDD, LGMED and Cashiering Section

Credit

P 90,000.00

Name of Bayanihan Center

DILG Regional Office personnel pooled their used clothing for the residents of Barangay Tejero, Cebu City who fell victims after a large fire hit Sitio Villagonzalo II for over 2 hours last July 9. A big box of usable items was turned over to ABS-CBN which was conducting a massive relief operation for a fire that rendered 200 families homeless. DILG7 also raised a total of P 41,950.00 in response to the Department’s voluntary fund-raising campaign to provide relief and support funds to Typhoon Sendong-ravaged areas in the country.

SCHOLARSHIP / FOREIGN STUDY LGOO V Ammie Marie Z. Generale was sent by DILG7 to the Advanced Training Programme: National Steering of Regional Economic Development (RED STEER 2011) in Manheim, Germany from June 12-July 3, 2011, sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation And Development of the Republic of Germanyt Through GIZ.

PRE-RETIREMENT, RETIREMENT AND ASSISTANCE AND TRIBUTE TO THE RETIREES DILG7 gave tribute to the following retirees during its Yearend Evaluation and Planning Conference on December 16, 2011, as follows:

LGOO V GILDA M. ALCORDO - February 1, 2011 AO IV LUZ B. MASECAMPO - February 1, 2011 LGOO VI AVELINO A. CABERTE - February 1, 2011 LGOO VI EFREN C. HERNANDO - August 16, 2011


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2011

PERSONNEL INCENTIVES AND AWARDS 4th Quarter, CY 2010 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Elmar T. Echavia Rodrigo G. Labor, Anastacio Mahilum Eppie Nacaytuna Zosimo Pasay

1st Quarter, CY 2011 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rodrigo Labor Anastacio Mahilum Zosimo Pasay Francisco Pastrana

2nd Quarter, CY 2011 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rodrigo Labor Anastacio Mahilum Zosimo Pasay Francisco Pastrana

3rd Quarter, CY 2011 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rodrigo Labor Anastacio Mahilum Zosimo Pasay Francisco Pastrana

PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Cultural Development Program: DILG Chorale Presentations @ Ecotech Center during the Graduation Ceremony of LGOOs II 46th batch Induction Training, @ Radisson Blue Hotel during the Tapatan with SILG Robredo, @ Marco Polo Plaza Hotel during the SGH, @ Ecotech Center during the Year-end Evaluation. Talents Showcase: A fantastic tribute to R & B and OPM by the cast of the TACT on Cultural, Social and Sports Activities left DILG-7 Regional Office personnel clamoring for more last August 22, 2011 during the TACT’s scheduled sharing for the regular Monday convocation. Giving acoustic renditions to highly popular tunes Breathless (Sybelle delos Reyes), Thinking of You (Marge Antonio), Welcome to my Life (Maribel Ramas), The Man Who Can’t be Moved (Kuki Balansag), Para sa Akin (Monah Torralba) and Ikaw Lamang (Susan Pineda), these ladies, with the help of acoustic guitarist Lloyd (of Maxim’s and Golden Peak Hotel), surely gave justice to the songs, to the delight of an appreciative audience!

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PLANNING/BUDGETING ENHANCEMENT PROJECT AND FIELD OPERATIONS ENHANCEMENT

YEAR-END EVALUATION, PLANNING CONFERRENCE AND AWARDING CEREMONIES

THE DILG7 Operations Plan and Budget (OPB) was finalized after the regional planning conference on January 2, 2011. A mid-year evaluation conference was also conducted to assess regional and provincial accomplishments vis-a-vis OPB targets set for the 1st semester, and correspondingly set new targets and realignments for the 2nd semester. The yearend evaluation and awarding ceremonies for CY 2011 was conducted on December 16 and was attended by all DILG7 personnel and field officers.

DILG7 winded up year 2011 with its Yearend Evaluation Conference and Awarding Ceremonies on December 16 at the Ecotech Center, Lahug, Cebu City.

Five (5) Management Committee (ManCom) meetings were conducted in CY 2011 which served as a forum for the discussion of operational issues and concerns, sharing of Department updates and developments, and setting of policy directions and guidance for more effective and efficient regional operations.

The whole day affair was attended by the DILG7 management and staff, field officers, CY 2011 retirees, and other guests. The morning program for the Wacky Sportsfest started with a Mini-parade around Eco-Tech Area after the Eucharistic Celebration. The Outstanding Field Units and TACT Cluster Teams were formally recognized and awarded, hence, ascertaining the gains and impact of the DILG7’s Team Approach on Coordinated Tasks (TACT) Strategy.

Outstanding DILG7 Field Units

Outstanding DILG7 Field Units

Category A: Bohol Province

Category B: Mandaue City

Outstanding TACT Cluster Team: TACT Cluster 1A, Bohol

Wacky Games

Cheering Contest-Champion: DILG Negros Oriental; 1st Runner Up: DILG Cebu; 2nd Runner Up: DILG Bohol

Finalists: TACT Cluster Team 5M, Cebu Province, TACT Cluster Team 5, Negros Oriental and TACT Cluster 1A, Bohol

Best CY 2010 Annual Report Champion: Cebu City 1st Runner Up: Bohol 2nd Runner Up: Mandaue City


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REGIONAL LINKAGE

2011

LAKBAY ARAL

THE Association of Regional Executives of National Agencies in Region 7 (ARENA7), which former DILG7 Regional Director Pedro A. Noval, Jr. was the immediate past President, organized the Joint Kick Off Program for the Launching of the 2011 ARENA7 Sportsfest and the September celebrations, the 17th National Crime Prevention Week (NCPW) and the 111th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary (PCSA), with Bohol Governor Edgar M. Chatto as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.

DILG7 provided assistance to a total of 28 LGUs which conducted Lakbay Aral within and outside Region 7, as follows:

A huge number of employees from the 32 national government agencies and government-owned and controlled corporations were mobilized as early as 5:30 AM on September 1, 2011 to join the lined up activities for the celebration. All in sports attire, the delegations brought balloons and streamers bearing their support to the NCPW and PCSA along with their agency banners.

• • • • • •

As early as September 1, all agencies in the region were requested to display the unified streamer for NCPW and PCSA at the strategic places of their office buildings.

Lakbay Aral within Central Visayas - 11 Lakbay Aral outside of Central Visayas - 17 DILG approves requests for Lakbay-Aral if LGUs have met the following requirements: Letter request with accompanying Activity Design and Schedule of Activities; The activity must be a priority need of the LGU and incorporated in the LGU Capacity Development (CapDev) Agenda, per DILG MC 2007-71 dated June 29, 2007; The visit to GO-FAR LGUs in Region 7 shall be first considered to conform with MCs 2008-17 & 18 and austerity measures under Administrative Order No. 103; The total expenses for food and accommodation is subject to limitation under National Budget Circular No. 486 dated March 26, 2003, which only allows up to P1,200.00 per participant per day; The expenses incurred in the conduct of the activity shall not be charged against the 20% Development Fund in accordance with DILG MC 99-64 dated April 23, 1999; and, A Terminal Report and Replication Framework with timetable shall be submitted to the DILG Regional Office within 30 days after the conduct of such activity

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DILG7 AS CARETAKER OF COMPOSTELA, CEBU DILG7, thru its regional directors, took over the municipal government’s operations of the Municipality of Compostela, Cebu as a result of the nullification by the COMELEC of the proclamation of the municipality’s 2010 elected officials. This is based on the concept of residual power of the President, there being no law to respond to the political situation in said municipality. Under the Order of Secretary Jesse M. Robredo, the DILG7 Regional Directors should serve as OIC of Compostela, Cebu until the COMELEC would proclaim the winners of the May 2010 election in the municipality. Mr. Joel Quiño won in the May 2010 polls but his opponent, outgoing mayor Ritchie Wagas, filed an election protest citing discrepancy in the election returns. Mr. Quiño filed a motion for reconsideration on the suspension before the Comelec Second Division.

Administrative Assistance to LGUs/LG Officials: 100% 10 5 12 17 18 8

of the following requests were acted upon: requests for Intelligence Fund requests from LG Officials for Leave of Absence requests from Leagues to conduct training requests for authority to conduct activity requests for authority for Foreign Travel Other Requests


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Legal Opinions In order to provide legal guidance on local government operations, DILG7 at all levels entertain walk-in clients, phoned-in inquiries and letter-queries requiring proper interpretation of the Local Government Code and other related laws and issuances. 100% of the following requests for legal opinion were acted upon within the prescribed period: Written – 129 Phoned-In – 205 Walked-In- 55 Total 389 Fact Finding Inquiry One hundred one (101) fact-finding inquiries (requests from OMB and the General Public) on complaints against local officials were conducted and acted upon within the prescribed period.

Policy Audit and Compliance Tracking System (PACTS) Status of Submission Monitoring Policy

Bohol Province Cebu Province Negros Oriental Province

Siquijor Province

Cebu City Mandaue City

1. Anti-Red Tape

100%

92%

100%

71%

100%

100%

2. Business Permit and Licensing System

100%

88%

100%

83%

100%

100%

3. Schedule of Market Values

100%

88%

100%

100%

100%

100%

4. Solid Waste Management

100%

100%

100%

67%

100%

100%

5. Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management

100%

96%

100%

57%

100%

100%

6. Climate Change Act

98%

92%

100%

57%

100%

100%

Form A

98%

100%

81%

43%

100%

100%

Form B

92%

100%

92%

57%

100%

100%

Form C

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

8. Local Special Bodies

100%

94%

100%

57%

100%

100%

9. Local Housing Board

100%

90%

62%

57%

100%

100%

10. Informal Settlers

100%

94%

56%

67%

100%

100%

11. Dengue Clean-up

100%

92%

100%

57%

100%

100%

7. Full Disclosure of Local Budget and Finances, and Bids and Public Offering

12. Katarungang Pambarangay

100%

98%

100%

100%

100%

100%

13. Peace and Order Monitoring

100%

94%

31%

57%

100%

100%

14. Foreign Travel

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

15. Banning Names

100%

94%

100%

57%

100%

100%

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PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT

STATE OF FINANCES

Support toTechnical

6

Technical Position Administrative Key Position

211 81 39

Total

337

Total obligation for CY 2011 of P164,496,927.96 was apportioned among the Regional and Sub-regional offices as follows:

A total of P145,284,000.00 in authorized appropriation was released to DILG-7 to sustain regional operations for CY 2011. This is exclusive of the P12,717,000.00 released from the government’s Miscellaneous Personnel Benefits Fund (MPBF) which covered the Retirement and Life Insurance Premiums (RLIP) paid to GSIS for all DILG-7 in the same year. Out of the total allocation of P158,001,000.00, Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) amounted to P9,842,000.00 and the rest was allocated for Personal Services (PS). Out of the total budget for the Region, only P128,527,966.45 in obligations was expended, returning a total of P29,473,003.55 to the national coffers. This is mainly due to the unfilled vacant positions for which management intends to hire in CY 2012 The Office of the Secretary also provided funds for the implementation of the following programs in the region: 1. Priority Dev’t Assistance Fund(PDAF) of Sen. Escudero 2. Priority Dev’t Assistance Fund(PDAF) of Sn. Legarda 3. Performance Challenge Fund(PCF) Grant to LGUs 4. Pamana ng Lahi Grant to LGUs 5. Funds for advocacy, selection & monitoringof SGH/PCF 6. Trainings on DRRM-CCA 7. Barangay Officials Death Benefit Program 8. Training for Potable Water Program 9. Conduct of Tapatan Roadshow 10. Funds for the Improvement of Offices and Equipment 11. Training on BGPMS 12. Others (LTIA, PDMU, LGSP-LED)

P13,500,000.00 2,000,000.00 18,000,000.00 6,000,000.00 337,400.00 1,810,405.00 1,528,000.00 718,114.00 250,000.00 500,000.00 105,320.00 120,896.00

44,870,135.00

1

2

3

4

5

6

TOTAL

7

8

9

10

11

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DILG7 SENIOR OFFICIALS

MR. ANANIAS M. VILLACORTA Regional Director

ATTY. DANILO E. ALMENDRAS Chief, Operations Performance Division/ Legal Officer

EnP. ELIAS F. FERNANDEZ, JR. Assistant Regional Director

ATTY. FERDINAND R. ALBAテ前 Chief, Administrative Division

2011

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DILG7 SENIOR OFFICIALS MR. JEROME G. GONZALES Provincial Director, DILG-Cebu

MS. MA. LOISELLA E. LUCINO Provincial Director, DILG-Bohol

Mr. Jose Jeffrey V. Bernasor LGOO VI, Cluster 1 Leader

Mr. Mardonio T. Roxas LGOO VI, CLGOO-Tagbilaran City

Mr. Randel P. Jayme, LGOO VI, Ms. Jonah V. Pino, LGOO VI, Cluster 1 Leader-Districts 1&2 Cluster Leader-Districts 3&4

Mr. Michael V. Eltanal LGOO VI-Provincial Office

Ms. Liza O. Fernandez Mr. Abraham Rey C. Donaldo LGOO VI, CLGOO-Bogo City LGOO VI, CLGOO-Carcar City

Mr. Ian Kenneth B. Lucero LGOO VI, CLGOO-Danao City

Ms. Ma. Reina A. Quilas LGOO VI, Cluster 2 Leader

Ms. Lisa Jayoma LGOO VI, Provincial Office

Mr. Celerino S. Magto Jr. LGOO VI, CLGOO-Naga City

Mr. Bertilio A. Pasilang LGOO VI, CLGOO-Talisay City

Ms. Gloria V. Pacampara LGOO VI, CLGOO-Toledo City


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MR. JOFRALITO L. LORICO Provincial Director, DILG Negros Oriental MR. KENNETH S. KILAT Provincial Director, DILG-Siquijor

Ms. Maridel T. Gamo, LGOO VI, LGOO VI, CLGOO-Guihulngan, Designated- Cluster 1 Leader

Mr. Dennis S. Qui単ones LGOO VI, Cluster 2 Leader

Ms. Ma. Gina D. Quindo LGOO VI, Cluster 3 Leader

Ms. Farah Diba G.Gentuya LGOO VI, Provincial Office

Mr. Jody A. Armirola LGOO VI, DILG-Siquijior Mr. Mario Z. Torres Mr. Jesus Robel T. Sastrillo, Jr. Mr. Miguelito D.Pi単ero Mr. Zosimo A. Pesigan Mr. Felix D. Ablir Jr. LGOO VI, CLGOO-Bais City LGOO VI, CLGOO-Bayawan City LGOO VI, CLGOO-Canlaon City LGOO VI, CLGOO-Dumaguete City LGOO VI, CLGOO-Tanjay City

MR. JOHNJOAN A. MENDE CLGOO-Lapulapu City, Cluster 3 LeaderDistricts 5&6

MS. JHOADEN G. LUCERO OIC-CD Mandaue City

DR. PATRICIO G. GABUYA Provincial Director, DILG-Cebu City

Ms. Virgie V. Clapano LGOO VI, DILG-Cebu City

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DILG7 ANNUAL REPORT COMMITTEE Chairperson: WILLIE JEAN B. CABANAG LGOO V/ Coordinator, Public Information Program

Members: MAPHILINDA L. HERRERO Regional Budget Officer FMS Representative & Member, Public Information Program CORINA C. BALANSAG LGOO V, ORD Representative ANNE MARGARETTE D. EMOTIN LGOO V, OPD Representative TACIANA D. ECARMA ASD Asst. Chief, ASD Representative GEMMA B. BERMOY LGOO V, CDD Representative

Advisers: MR. ANANIAS M. VILLACORTA Regional Director EnP. ELIAS F. FERNANDEZ, JR. Assistant Regional Director ATTY. DANILO E. ALMENDRAS Chief, Operations Performance Division/ Legal Officer ATTY. FERDINAND R. ALBANO Chief, Administrative Division

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