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OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Mayor, as the Chief Executive of the Municipal Government, shall exercise such powers and and perform such duties and functions as provided for in the Local Government Code, for efficient, effective,and economic governance for the general welfare of the municipality and its inhabitants. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To exercise general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services and activities of the Municipal government.

2.

To enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the municipality and the exercise of its corporate powers as provide for in the Local Government Code and to implement all approved policies, programs, projects, services and activities of the municipality.

3.

To initiate and maximize the generation of resources and revenues and apply the same to the implementation of development plans, program objectives and priorities, particularly those resources and revenues programmed for agro-industrial development and country-wide growth and progress, and realtive thereto

4.

To ensure the delivery of the basic services and the provision of adequate facilities and to coordinate the implementation to technical services rendered by national and provincial offices, including public works and infrastructure programs in the municipality.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1.2 Professional Dev't Program (trainings, Seminars/Workshops) 1.3 Consultancy & other professional services 1.4 General Public assistance services

3,730,374.00 Policies, programs projects and plans formulated and implemented laws & ordinances enforced 185,000.00 Trainings/seminars/ workshops attended 628,200.00 Professional services conducted 1,865,047.00 Public service provided

10

January

December

5

January

December

4

January

December

January

December

January

December

10

2. Operations 2.1 Monitoring and implementation of all programs, projects and activities of the municipal government

4,752,254.00 programs, projects and activities monitored and implemented.

2.2 Capital Outlay

TOTAL

11,160,875.00

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OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL VICE MAYOR

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A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Vice Mayor is the vice chief executive of the municipal government, the mandated presiding officer of the Sangguniang Bayan, and head of the legislative branch of the local government unit. He assumes the office of the municipal mayor for the unexpired term of the latter in the event of permanent vacancy as provided for in Section 44, Book I of the Local Government Code of 1992, and to discharge the powers and perform the duties and functions of the Municipal Mayor in cases of temporary vacancy as provided for in Section 46, Book I of the same Code. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To sign all warrants drawn on the Municipal Treasury for all expenditures appropriated for the operation of the Sannguniang Bayan.

2.

To appoint all officials and employees of the Sangguniang Bayyan, except those whose manner of appointment is specifically provided in the Local Government Code subject to civil service laws, rules & regulations.

3.

To exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,426,131.00 Policy guidelines

10

January

December

48 regular January 5 special 13 comm. hearings

December

formulated

1.1.1 Presides on all regular and speciall sessions & committee hearings fo the SB

Regular and special sessions & committee hearings presided/ conducted

1.1.2. Exercises the powers of the Municipal Mayor in case of official leave of absence & temporary vacancy

policies & guideiines developed/implemented

10

January

December

1.1.3 Approval of ordinances and passing of resolutions

ordinances approved & resolutions passed

20 200

January

December

1.1.4 Review of ordinances of brgys.

barangay ordinances reviewed/approved issuances approved

14 bgys

January

December

10 issuances

January

December

60 minutes January 20

December

January

December

5

January

December

10

January

December

2

January

December

250

January

December

1.1.5 Approval of issuances and franchises

1.1.6 Board secretariat

1.2 Legislative Development Programs

franchises granted minutes recorded compiled ordinances published, approved resolutions transmitted 680,000.00 Trainings attended conventions attended

2. Operations 2.1 Legislative Services 2.2 Provision of subsidies to NGO's/ PO's (VM's League of the Phils.)

792,000.00 Services rendered 20,000.00 subsidies/assistance provided

2.3 Legislative Research

TOTAL

Researches/studies conducted

2,918,131.00

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OFFICE OF THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT


The Sangguniang Bayan, as a legislative body of the municipality, enact ordinances, approved resolutions and appropriate funds for the general welfare of the inhabitants of the local government unit pursuant to section 16 of the Local Government Code of 1992. In addition to the function of legislation, the Sangguniang Bayan performs also quasi-judicial function which is non-legislative in nature where it investigates and adjudicates administrative complaints filed agains barangay officials of the municipality in accordance with pertinent provisions of the Local Government Code and its own rules of procedure for conducting administrative investigation and adjudication. Furthermore, the Sangguniang Bayan is allowed by law to conduct fact finding inquiries to gather facts, information and correct data as basis in crafting well-informed and intelligent pieces of local legislation. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To enact ordinances and adopt resolutions necessary for an effective and efficient municipal government.

2.

To generate and maximize the use of resources and revenues for the development plans, programs, objectives and priorities fo the municipality.

3.

To grant franchises, enact ordinances authorizing the issuance of permits or licenses, or enact ordinances levying taxes, fees and charges upon such conditions and for such purposes intended to promote the general welfare of the inhabitants of the municipality subject to the provisions of Book II of the Local Government Code.

4.

To regulate activities relative to the use of land, buildings and structures within the municipality in order to promote the general welfare.

5.

To enact ordinances which shall ensure the efficient and effective delivery of the basic services and facilities as provided for under the Code; and

6.

To exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescrived by law or ordinance.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

6,611,120.00

1.1.1 Approval of ordinances and passing of resolutions

ordinances approved & resolutions passed

20 200

January

December

1.1.2 Review of ordinances of brgys.

barangay ordinances reviewed/approved issuances approved

14 bgys

January

December

10 issuances

January

December

60 minutes January 20

December

1.1.3 Approval of issuances and franchises

franchises granted minutes recorded compiled ordinances

2. Operations 2.1 Legislative Research

2,058,000.00 Researches/studies

250

January

conducted

TOTAL

8,669,120.00

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MUNICIPAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Office of the Municipal Planning & Development shall formulate integrated economic, social physical and other development plans and policies, for consideration of the Local Development Council, and shall exercise such other

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powers and perform such other functions and duties as may be prescribed by law or ordinance. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To conduct continuing studies, researches, and training programs necessary to evoke plans and programs for implementation.

2.

To monitor and evaluate the implementation of the different development programs, projects, and activities in the municipality.

3.

To prepare comprehensive development plans and other development planning documents for the consideration of the Local Development Council.

4.

To integrate and coordinate all sectoral plans and studies undertaken by the different functional groups and agencies.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,057,729.00 Policy guidelines

10

January

December

January

December

10

January

December

1 profile

January

December

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

10,000.00

2. Operations 2.1 Development Planning

55,000.00 Development plans

2.2 Research collection analysis of statistical data inventory of the municipality's resources/potentials economic, social, physical infrastructure development projects.

70,000.00 Socio-economic profile , annual Annual Investment plan comprehensive Land use plan

2.3 Monitoring, evaluation & implementation of all development projects.

TOTAL

Evaluation Reports

1AIP 1 CBMS

50

1,192,729.00

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GENERAL SERVICES OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The General Services Office is mandated in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery fo basic services and provision of adequate facilities pursuant to Section 17 of the Local Government Code and which require general services expertise and technical support services


B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To take custody of and be accountable for all properties, real orpersonal, owned by the Local government unit and those granted to it in the form of donation, reparation, assistance and counterpart of joint projects.

2.

To maintain and supervise janitorial, security, landscaping, and other related services in all government public buildings and other real property, whether owned or leased by the Local Government Units.

3.

To recommend to the sanggunian and advise the Municipal Mayor on all other matters relative to the general services.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

652,512.00 policy guidelines

10

January

December

2

January

December

15

January

December

30

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

60,000.00 Training/Seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Maintenance of all municipal all programs, projects and activities buildings properties and premises

2.2

63,300.00 Buildings & properties maintained

General Services

grounds, roads, buildings, parks maintained.

775,812.00

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MUNICIPAL REGISTRY OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Office of the Municipal Civil Registry shall be responsible for the civil registration program of the municipality, pursuant to the Civil Registry Law, the Civil Code, and other pertinent laws, rules and regulations issued to implement them.

B. OBJECTIVES


1.

To develop plans and strategies, which upon approval of the Municipal Mayor, implement the same particularly those related with Civil Registry programs and projects, which the Municipal Mayor is empowered to implement and which the Sangguniang Bayan is empowered to provide for under the Local Government Code.

2.

To accept and transcribe all registrable documents and judicial decrees affecting the Civil Status of the inhabitants.

3.

To provide and cooordinate with the National Statistics Office and other related government agencies in conducting educational campaigns for vital registration and assist in the preparation of demographic and other statistics for the municipality.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,053,469.00 Fiscal policies

10

January

December

3

January

December

January

December

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

10,000.00 Trainings/Seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Civil Registry Services

55,000.00 Records of births marriages, deaths and all other registrable documents;

2.2 Educational Registry campaign programs

TOTAL

70,000.00 Census & records

1,188,469.00

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MUNICIPAL BUDGET OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Budget Office is tasked to provide the delivery of basic services relative to local budget management, responsible for the review and evaluation, and to take appropriate action thereof, on the annual and supplemental budgets of the Municipal Government and other financial statements requiring and covering funds thereat. B. OBJECTIVES


1.

To prepare forms, orders and circulars embodying instructions on budgetary and appropriation matters for the signature of the Municipal Mayor.

2.

To review and consolidate the budget proposals of different departments and offices of the local government unit and to review and evaluate budgetary implications of proposed legislation and submit comments and recommendations thereon.

3.

To coordinate with the Municipal Treasurer, the Municipal Accountant and the Municipal Planning & Development Officer for the purpose of budgeting and effective fiscal and funds management.

4.

To assist the Local Chief Executive in the preparation of the budget and during budget hearings.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Output Indicator

Cost

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

849,578.00 budgetary policy guide-

10

January

December

2

January

December

10

January

December

1 annual budget

January

December

2 supp . budgets

January

December

January

December

January

December

lines formulated & fiscal measures implemented

1.2 Staff Development Programs

70,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Budgetary & fiscal Management Services 2.1.1 Budget Preparation

37,000.00 development plans

6,000.00 Annual budget supplemental

2.1.2 Budget Review

10,000.00 Budgets

2.1.3 Budget Execution

5,000.00 OBR's & PR's

2.1.4 Budget Accountability

7,000.00 periodic financial

4

reports

TOTAL

984,578.00

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MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTANT OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Accountant is mandated to take charge of both the accounting and internal audit services of the local government unit and to install and maintain an internal audit system thereat.

B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To account for all issued requests for obligations and maintain and keep all records and reports related thereto.


2.

To prepare and submit financial statements to the Local Chief Executive and to the Sanggunian concerned.

3.

To apprise the Sanggunian and the local government officials on the financial conditions and operations of the Local Government Unit.

4.

To prepare statements of cash advances, liquidation, salaries, allowances, reimbursements, and other remittances pertaining to the Local Government Unit.

5.

To prepare statements of journal vouchers and liquidation of the same and other adjustments.

6.

To prepare journals and the analysis of obligations and maintain and keep all records and reports related thereto.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,287,519.00 policy guidelines

10

January

December

2

January

December

1 each account

January

December

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

70,000.00 trainings/seminars attented

2. Operations 2.1 Bookkeeping Services

35,000.00 journals/ledgers

2.2 Internal Audit Services

30,000.00 financial reports

TOTAL

1,422,519.00

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MUNICIPAL TREASURER'S OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Treasurer's Office is mandated to take charge of the treasury office, who shall be under the administrative supervision of the Municipal Mayor, to whom shall report regularly on the tax collection efforts in the Local Government Unit. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To advise the Municipal Mayor, the Sanggunian, and other local government officials concerned regarding disposition of local government funds and on such other matters relative to public finance.

2.

To take custody and exercise proper management of funds of the Local Government Unit and to take charge of the disbursement of all local funds and such other funds the custody of which is being entrusted


to him by law or other competent authority. 3.

To inspect private commercial and industrial establishments within the jurisdiction of the Local Government Unit in relation to the implementation of tax ordinances and to maintain and update its tax information system.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

2,179,525.00 fiscal policies

10

January

December

3

January

December

January

December

2

January

December

3

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

210,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Revenue Collection Services

150,000.00 collection services

2.2 Tax Information Campaign Program

35,000.00 tax campaign

2.3 Funds Management

82,000.00 financial performance

implemented

reports

TOTAL

2,656,525.00

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MUNICIPAL ASSESSOR'S OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Office of the Municipal Assessor is mandated to take charge of the appraisal and assessment of real properties in the Local Government Unit for taxation purposes and to ensure that all laws and policies governing taxation are properly executed. The office is also mandated to review, evaluate and recommend changes in policies and objectives. Plans and programs, techniques, procedures and practices in relation to appraisal and assessment of real property. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To establish a systematic method of real property assessment, real property identification and accounting system.

2.

To prepare, install and maintain a system of tax mapping and to conduct frequent physical surveys to verify and determine whether all real properties within the municipality are properly listed in the


assessment roll. 3.

To issue upon request of any interested party, certified copies of assessment records of real property and all other records relative to its assessment.

4.

To submit periodic reports of all assessments, as well as, cancellations and modifications of assessments to the Local Chief Executive and the Sanggunian.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Implementation Schedule From To

Target

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,237,051.00 policy guidelines

10

January

December

2

January

December

95%

January

December

95%

January

December

95%

January

December

formulated;assessment records

1.2 Staff Development Programs

70,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Local Revenue Generation Program

67,000.00 tax declaration and

2.2 Assessment Accountability Services

27,000.00 real properties assessed

2.3 Tax Mapping

11,000.00 properties mapped

TOTAL

issued

surveyed

1,412,051.00

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MUNICIPAL AGRICULTURIST'S OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Office of the Municipal Agriculturist is mandated to take charge of the agricultural services of the Local Government Unit, tasked to formulate; measures for the approval of the Sanggunian and to provide technical assistance and support to the Local Chief Executive in carrying out said measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to agricultural services. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To ensure that maximum assistance and access to resources in the production, processing, and marketing of agricultural and aqua-cultural and marine products are extended to farmers, fisherfolks and local entrepreneurs.

2.

To conduct location-specific agricultural researches and assist in making available the appropriate technology arising out of and disseminating information on basic research on crops, prevention and control of plant diseased and pests, and other agricultural matters which will maximize productivity.


3.

To recommend to the Sanggunian and advise the Local Chief Executive on all other matters related to agriculture and aqua-culture which will improve the livelihood and living conditions of the inhabitants.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

859,388.00 policy guidelines

10

January

December

2

January

December

1

January

December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

70,000.00 training/seminars attended

1.3 Agri-month Celebration

50,000.00 activity celebrated

2. Operations 2.1 Maintenance of Fishery Conservation & Culturing Demo Farm

50,000.00 demo farm maintained

1

January

December

2.2 Maintenance of Baldat Reforestration & Organic Farming

50,000.00 reforestration & organic

1

January

December

2.3 Maintenance of Ugnisan Stock Farm & Palay Demo Farm

50,000.00 stock demo farm

2

January

December

2.4 Acceleration of Agri-Livelihood Projects

30,000.00 livelihood projects

5

January

December

4

January

December

2.5 Vaccination & Deworming Program

TOTAL

farming implemented

maintained

intensified

33,000.00 program implemented

1,192,388.00

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MUNICIPAL ENGINEER'S OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Engineer's Office is mandated to take charge of the engineering office and tasked to provided engineering services to the Local Government Unit, including investigation and survey, engineering designs, feasibility studies and project management.

B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To initiate, review and recommentd changes in policies and objectives, plans and programs techniques, procedures and practices in infrastructure development and public works in general of the Local Government Unit.

2.

To advise the Municipal Mayor on infrastructure, public works and other engineering matters.

3.

To administer, coordinate, supervise and control the construction, maintenance, improvement and repair of roads, bridges and other engineering and public works projects of the Local Government Unit.


C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,530,719.00 policy guidelines

10

January December

2

January December

formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

70,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Maintenance and Operation of Motorpool, Watercrafts, Heavy Eqpts. Other powertools

1,258,000.00 motorpool maintained

10

January December

2.2 Maiantenance and Restoration of roads, bridges, parks and monuments and other public structures

100,000.00 roads, bridges, parks

25

January December

TOTAL

monuments & public structures restored & maintained

2,958,719.00

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MUNICIPAL SOCIAL WELFARE & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Social Welfare & Development Office is mandated to take charge on the social welfare and development services of the Local Government Unit, in carrying out measures to ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to social welfare programs and projects which the Local Chief Executive is empowered to implement and which the Sanggunian is empowered to provide for.

B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To identify the basic needs of the needy, the disadvantaged, and the impoverished, and develop and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions.

2.

To provide relief and appropriate crisis intervention for victims of abuse and exploitation and recommend appropriate measures to deter further abuse and exploitation.

3.

To facilitate the implementation of welfare programs for the disabled, elderly and victims of drug addiction, the rehabilitation of prisoners and parolees, the prevention of juvenile delinquency and such other activities which would eliminate the ill-effects of poverty.


C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Implementation Schedule From To

Target

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

1,150,907.00 social welfare dev't

10

January December

2

January December

40,000.00 assistance provided

95%

January December

2.1.1 Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS)

assistance provided

95%

January December

2.1.2 Aid to Emergency, Assistance Program

assistance provided

100%

January December

5,000.00 assistance provided

100%

January December

2.1.4 Aid to Elderly(Senior Citizens)

5,000.00 assistance provided

100%

January December

2.1.5 Burial Assistance

5,000.00 assistance provided

95%

January December

policies formulated

1.2 Staff Development Programs

10,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Social Welfare Development Programs

2.1.3 Aid to Battered Women. Abused Children & Disabled

TOTAL

1,215,907.00

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MUNICIPAL HEALTH & NUTRITION OFFICE A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Health & Nutrition Office is mandated to take charge of the office on health services in the Local Government Unit and to formulate program implementation and rules and regulations for the operation of the said office, in order to assist the Local Chief Executive in the efficient, effective and economical implementation of a health services program geared to implementation of health related projects and activities. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

To formulate and implement policies, plans, programs and projects to promote health of the people in the Local Government Unit.

2.

To execute and enforce all laws, ordinances and regulations relating to public health.

3.

To direct sanitary inspection of all business establishments and to conduct health information campaign and render health services.

4.

To coordinate with other government agencies and non-governmental organization involved in the promotion and delivery of health services.

5.

To develop plans and strategies, particularly those which have to do with health programs and projects which the LCE is empowered to implement and which the Sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the Local Government Code.


6.

To recommend to the Sanggunian through the Local Health Board, the passage of laws, ordinances and regulations necessary for the preservation of public health.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

4,855,469.00 health related policy

20

January December

2

January December

95%

January December

guidelines formulated & implemented

1.2 Staff Development Programs

160,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Health Care, Nutrition and Population Control Program

500,000.00 health care & nutrition program & services

2.1.1 Maternal & Child Health Program (MCH)

programs/services rendered

95%

January December

2.1.2

program provided

95%

January December

2.1.3 Family Planning Program(FPP)

programs/services provided

95%

January December

2.1.4 Nutrition Program

programs/services provided

95%

January December

2.1.5 Cardio vascular Disease Control

programs/services provided

95%

January December

2.1.6 Control of Acute Respiratory Infection Diseases (CARD)

programs/services provided

95%

January December

TOTAL

5,515,469.00

80

AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Output Indicator

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

2.1.8 Malaria Control Program

programs/services rendered

4

January December

2.1.9 Environmental Sanitation Program

program provided

2

January December

2.1.10Dental Services

programs/services provided

4

January December

2.1.11National Cancer Control & Preventive Program

programs/services provided

2

January December

2.1.12Cardio Vascular Disease Control

programs/services provided

4

January December

2.1.13National TB Control Program

programs/services provided

4

January December

2.1.14Dengue Prevention Control Program (NCLP)

programs/services provided

4

January December

2.1.15Community Outreach

Outreach programs

4

January December


Programs (Med /Dental Missions) 2.2 Health Care Financing Support Programs

TOTAL

conducted

140,035.00 Health Insurance

750

January December

card provided

5,655,504.00

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MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATOR A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Municipal Administrator is tasked to provide administrative support services to the Municipal Government of Culion.

B. OBJECTIVES 1.

Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the municipal mayor, implement the same particularly those which have to do with the management of administration related programs and projects which the mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is emp0owered to provide for under the Local Government code of 1991.

2.

Assist in the coordination of work of all the officials of the municipal government under the supervision, direction and control of the municipal mayor, and for this purpose, the administrator may convene the chiefs offices and other officials of the local government unit.

3.

Establish and maintain a sound personnel program for the local government unit designed to promote career development and uphold the merit principle in the local government services.

4.

Conduct a continuing organizational development of the local government unit with the end in view of instituting effective administrative reforms.

5.

Be in frontline of the delivery of administrative support services particularly those related to the situations during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disasters and calamities.

6.

Recommend to the Sanggunian and advise the municipal mayor on all other matters relative to the management


and administration of the local government unit. 7.

Exercise such other powers when so authorized by the local chief executive and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law of ordinance.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Output Indicator

Cost

Target

Implementation Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

661,112.00 budgetary policy guide-

10

January

December

2

January

December

15

January

December

lines formulated & fiscal measures implemented

1.2 Staff Development Programs

65,000.00 training/seminars attended

2. Operations 2.1 Monitoring

TOTAL

70,000.00 development plans

796,112.00

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OFFICE OF THE SB SECRETARY A. FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT The Sangguniang Bayan Secretary, the chief legal counsel of the local government unit, shall take charge of the Office for legal services shall: a. Formulate measures for the consideration of the Sanggunian and provide legal assistance and support to the Governor or Mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out the delivery of basic services and provisions of adequate facilities as provided for under Section 17 ot the Local Government Code ; b. Develop plans and strategies and upon approval there of by the governor or mayor, as the case maybe, implement the same, particularly those which have to do with programs and projects related to the legal services which the Governor or Mayor is empowered to implement and which the Sanggunian is empowered to provide for under the Local Government Code of 1991. B. OBJECTIVES 1.

Attend meetings of the Sanggunian and keep journal of proceedings.

2.

Keep the seal of the Local Government and affix the same with his signature to all ordinance resolution and other official acts of the Sangguniang Bayan member.

3.

Forward to the Governor or Mayor, Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Barangay ordinances enacted by the Presiding Officer.

4.

Keep his office and all non-confidential records therein open to the public during the usual business hour.

5.

To exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.

C. PROJECT/ACTIVITIES AIP

Output

Implementation


CODE REF

Activities/Projects

Cost

Indicator

Target

Schedule From To

1. General Administrative & Support Services 1.1 General Administrative Services

2,322,890.00 ordinance.resolutions

50

January

December

14

January

December

50

January

December

recorded Barangay Budgets/ Ordinances

1.2 Legislative Research & Development Programs

TOTAL

135,000.00 research/studies conducted

2,457,890.00

36


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