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Published by dilg.r03.rictu, 2018-08-29 01:45:08

2017 Annual Report - FINAL COPY

2017 Annual Report - FINAL COPY

DILG Shared Vision

“A strongly determined and highly trusted Department committed
to capacitate and nurture local government units, public order
and safety institutions to sustain peaceful, progressive, and
resilient communities where people live happily.”


DILG REGION III
(CENTRAL LUZON)

DILG Region III, as primary catalyst for excellence in local
governance and anchored on its core values of:

Dedication
Integrity
Loyalty
God-centeredness

commits to deliver quality service to its clientele through
its R3 (Responsive, Reliable, Respectable) and highly
competent workforce and to continually improve its Quality
Management System performance by adhering to applicable
statutes and adopting global standards towards the
organization’s strategic direction of achieving B.E.S.T. LGUs.

JULIE J. DAQUIOAG, Ph. D., CESO IV
Regional Director

B.E.S.T.:
Business-Friendly; Environment and Climate Change Adaptive;
Socially-Protective; and Transparent and Accountable


RD’s Message

2017 marked the conclusion of one stage and the
beginning of another. It has been a year of going out
of the comfort zone, leaving convenience, and facing
new challenges.

Coming from DILG Region I (Ilocos Region) consists
of 4 provinces, I was given the new opportunity
to lead and serve DILG Region 03 (Central Luzon)
with 7 provinces and 2 highly-urbanized cities.

This transition was never easy. It meant fulfilling a
bigger role, performing more tasks, and taking greater responsibility in providing optimal services
to the public.

But alongside these challenges, doors were opened for sweeter laurels and greater rewards in the
development in local governance and the provision of quality services to our clientele.

Region 03, although a new environment, is indeed warm and friendly, yet professional. It gives me
great pleasure to extend my sincerest gratitude to the local government units, various partners and
stakeholders, the community and DILG Central Luzon’s dedicated workforce who act consistently
with a developing sense of collective ownership in attaining a shared vision of sustaining peace,
progress, and resiliency in the Region.

Hence, I can truly say, “Its all worth it”.

As we face the coming years ahead of us, let us remain to be catalysts of positive change and
serve our people with renewed enthusiasm and vigor on our commitment to truth, transparency,
and public interest. And may we continue to share the responsibilities, risks and rewards towards
a greater purpose.

JULIE J. DAQUIOAG, Ph. D., CESO IV
Regional Director


ARD’s Message

For the year 2017, the Department of the Interior and
Local Government Region 03 again served as a catalyst
for excellence in local governance and opened greater
opportunities for growth to its clientele.
Despite some pushbacks which are always inevitable,
DILG Central Luzon stayed on track and on target to
meet its goals and fulfill its vision of sustaining peaceful,
progressive, and resilient communities in the region.

All these turned into reality because of the continuous support and cooperation of our local
government units and various partners and stakeholders in the implementation of the
Department’s projects and programs.
Moreover, these will not be possible without the competent workforce whose passion and hard
work manifested significant contribution to the DILG Region 03’s success this year.
Being part of this workforce is truly an honor. It has been a pleasure to be one of these people who
dedicate their lives in providing quality service to the public.
In my more than seven (7) years stint in Region 03, I have come to realize that being a part of an
organization is a lot more than just sharing credit, it is more of sharing responsibility towards the
attainment of a shared vision.
I will leave DILG Region 03 with great pride and I wish everyone to continue to experience success,
serve well, and be Matino, Mahusay at Maasahan at all times.

ARACELI A. SAN JOSE, CESO V
Assistant Regional Director


THE

EXECUTIVE

SUMMARY

Throughout the year, the Office endeavored in various activities towards the
achievement of the Department’s five outcome areas, which the Region coined as BEST:
Business-Friendly and Competitive LGUs; Environment Friendly, Climate Change Adaptive
and Disaster-Resilient LGUs; Socially-Protective and Safe LGUs; and Transparent, Account-
able, Participative and Effective Local Governance. More importantly, this level
implemented vital capability building interventions that further honed the skills and
knowledge of personnel leading to a Strengthened Internal Organizational Capacity.

The efforts and commitment carried out by our strong workforce ensured that
DILG Region 03 smoothly implemented its programs and projects that actualize the
Department’s goals and objectives.

The Region remains steadfast with the vision of promoting excellence in local
governance. This is largely seen through the capacity development activities that
were designed to assist LGUs in optimizing their capabilities to better serve their
constituents. Such activities aimed to foster competitive and economically-strong LGUs,
develop environmentally-adaptive and disaster resilient communities, and aid financially-
challenged municipalities.

As the President called on to cut down bureaucracy and to streamline processes
in the government, the ease of doing business in the country was changed particularly in
the issuance of Business Permits and Licensing System. Hence, a new set of standards
are now being implemented to ensure that the LGUs are providing an easier, more
convenient and business-friendly service to their clienteles.

DILG Region 03 firmly supported the President's advocacy against illegal drugs,
criminality, and corruption program, and remained grounded in our mission of ensuring
public safety, promoting peace, and order and strengthening people participation. A proof
to this is the newly-launched community-based program that aims to mobilize people
in order to put an end to criminality, corruption, and illegal drugs. Through this,
ordinary people were empowered to become champions for safe, peaceful, drug-free and
corruption-free communities.

This level unceasingly promoted transparency, accountability, participation and
effectiveness in local governance as observed through the LGUs compliance in the Full


THE

EXECUTIVE

SUMMARY

Disclosure Policy (FDP), region wide assessment on the Seal of Good Local Governance
(SGLG), and implementation of Performance Challenge Funds (PCF) projects.

Serving as an incentive given to LGUs conferred with Seal of Good Local
Governance (SGLG), 56 LGUs were awarded with Performance Challenge Fund (PCF) for
F.Y. 2017 amounting to 3 million pesos for Provincial Governments, 2.4 million pesos for
Cities and 2 million pesos for Municipalities.

Completion of programs funded through the Bottom-Up Budgeting (BuB), which
ended in 2017, was keenly monitored and fast-tracked. Furthermore, DILG Region 03 has
provided technical assistance to 14 Cities and 116 Municipalities to thresh out issues and
concerns and help address gaps in the performance of LGUs commitments. Succeeding the
program, the Assistance to Disadvantaged Municipalities (ADM) also provided assistance
to 116 Municipalities in the Region to help them provide the necessities in their respec-
tive communities.

Management plans, systems, and productivity improvement were continuously
given emphasis through the conduct of regular planning and program evaluation,
regional conferences, and regional summit among the regional management, technical
staff, administrative staff and field personnel.

The Office strongly advocated its programs through intensified media interviews
and guestings, press releases and newsletter [DILG R03 Insights] features, social media
posts, and expansion of the regional website linked with the 7 Provincial Office websites.

Most qualified personnel were hired through established regional screening
policies and processes, regularly undertaken to ensure the selection of the cream of the
crop amongst young breed of professionals.

Through all the painstaking work, we believe that sooner enough, our LGUs will be
able to fully achieve their potentials in order to become self-reliant and progressive, thus,
achieving the ultimate goal of being autonomous.

Evidently, the Department was able to harmonize its values and programs to the
demands of the events and situations in 2017. And all these became possible because of
every men and women faithfully working in service to Filipino people.


Table of Contents Business Permits and Licensing System
Regulatory Simplification for Local Governments
Public-Private Partnership for the People
Disaster Risk Reduction and Management—Climate Change Adaptation
Local Climate Change Action Plan
National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill
Manila Bay Clean-up, Rehabilitation and Preservation Project
Resettlement Governance Assistance Fund
Regional Peace and Order Council
Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards
Gender and Development
MASA MASID
People’s Law Enforcement Board
Locally-Funded Projects
Community Based Monitoring System
Comprehensive Local Integration Program
Child-Friendly Local Governance Audit
Seal of Good Local Governance
Full Disclosure Policy
Comprehensive Development Plan
Citizen’s Satisfaction Index System
Quality Management System


Table of Contents Business Permits and Licensing System
Regulatory Simplification for Local Governments
Public-Private Partnership for the People
Disaster Risk Reduction and Management—Climate Change Adaptation
Local Climate Change Action Plan
National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill
Manila Bay Clean-up, Rehabilitation and Preservation Project
Resettlement Governance Assistance Fund
Regional Peace and Order Council
Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards
Gender and Development
MASA MASID
People’s Law Enforcement Board
Locally-Funded Projects
Community Based Monitoring System
Comprehensive Local Integration Program
Child-Friendly Local Governance Audit
Seal of Good Local Governance
Full Disclosure Policy
Comprehensive Development Plan
Citizen’s Satisfaction Index System
Quality Management System


I. BUSINESS-FRIENDLY AND

COMPETITIVE LGUS


BUSINESS-FRIENDLY AND COMPETITIVE LGUS

Enhanced Business Permits
and Licensing System roll-out

Regional Roll-out of the
Enhanced BPLS was con-
ducted last February 2-3,
2017 at Subic Bay Travelers
Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport
Zone.

The activity was attended by the
Provincial Streamlining Teams
composed of DILG, BFP, DTI and
BPLOs from the seven (7) Prov-
inces to ensure the efficient im-
plementation of the National
Streamlining BPLS.

Regional Roll-out of the Enhanced BPLS on February 2-3, 2017
at Subic Bay Travelers Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Through the Ease of Doing
Business in the LGU project,
public and private partnership
for development projects was
advocated and documented
while automation of business
permits and licensing systems
was also pushed as part of scal-
ing up such initiative.


BUSINESS-FRIENDLY AND COMPETITIVE LGUS

BPLS Streamlining Validation and LGU Awardees

The BPLS Regional External Monitoring Team (REMT) conducted a validation and on-site
assessment of the 31 nominated LGUs for their compliance to the BPLS Streamlining
program on April 5-8, 2017.

On May 17, 2017, the following LGUs were awarded during
the 11th Recognition of Outstanding Central Luzon LGUs
Implementing the Streamlining Program :

 1st - San Simon, Pampanga Component 1:
 2nd - San Luis, Aurora
 3rd - Talavera, Nueva Ecija Most Outstanding LGU
Implementing the Streamlining
 1st - Sta. Maria, Bulacan Program in the Issuance of
 2nd - San Rafael, Bulacan Mayor’s Permit
 3rd - Talavera, Nueva Ecija
Component 2:

Most Outstanding LGU Award for
I.T. Innovations

 1st - Talavera, Nueva Ecija Component 3:
 2nd - San Luis, Aurora
 3rd - City of San Fernando, Pampanga Best in Customer Relations
Award
 City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Component 4:

Most Successful LGU in
Institutionalizing BPLS Reforms


BUSINESS-FRIENDLY AND COMPETITIVE LGUS

BPLS Automation cum
Enhanced -BPLS User Training

Coaching and Mentoring of
LGUs on BPLS Automation
cum EBPLS User Training

In coordination with the Department
of Information and Communication
Technology, the DILG R03 conducted a
Coaching and Mentoring on EBPLS at the
Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, SBFZ.

Workshop on the BPLS User Training on December 6-8, 2017 The activity aimed to encourage the
at Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 8 selected LGUs to computerize and/or use
online and electronic mechanisms for more
efficient business processing using the
EBPLS software developed by the DICT.

Regulatory Simplification The coaching was attended by Treasurers,
BPLOs, IT Officers and DILG Focal Persons.
for Local Governments (RS4LG)

Orientation -Briefing Cum Coaching Orientation - Briefing Cum Coaching on RS4LG on
on RS4LG December 11-13, 2017 at Hotel America, Angelges City

DILG R03 conducted Orientation-Briefing
cum Coaching on RS4LG on
December 11-13, 2017 at the Hotel
America, Angeles City. The activity aimed to
orient and capacitate the LGUs and the
DILG Focal Persons on RS4LG
approach in streamlining business
regulatory processes.

Designated Business Permits and Licensing
Officers (BPLOs) or representatives of
67 LGUs, DILG Focal Persons have
participated in the said activity.


BUSINESS-FRIENDLY AND COMPETITIVE LGUS

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR CONNECTION

Representative from different private sectors Database Administrator Laverne Gonzales Jr.
presenting proposed “PPP able” projects discussing the LGU P4 Portal

The DILG through the Bureau of Local Health (WAH), National ICT Confederation of
Government Development developed the the Philippines (NICP), and the Bulacan
Public-Private Partnership for the People Chamber of Commerce, Inc..
Initiative for Local Governments (LGU P4) to
promote and enhance local economic After the consultation, a workshop on
development that can eventually contribute populating the LGU P4 Portal or Database
to the increase of the national economy and was also conducted to train the both sectors
provide more job opportunities to the Filipino on the use of the portal. This system may be
people. used to encode their existing successful
engagement with the Private/Business Sector
In line with this initiative, a Regional as well as their proposed PPP projects.
Consultation cum Business Matching was Through the portal, the LGUs can access the
conducted last October 24-25, 2017 at Subic uploaded PPP Projects and seek prospects for
Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport replication towards the LGUs’ economic
Zone to link and meet the needs and demands growth.
of LGUs and Private/Business Sector in the
development of local economy through The series of trainings on LGU P4 greatly
Public-Private Partnership (PPP). helped the Department to collate and
consolidate all the information in measuring
The activity on LGU P4 was participated in by successful PPP arrangements and
the DILG Regional Office staff, MLGOOs, Local engagements. More importantly, the
Planning Officers, Local Economic Investment initiative also gave the LGUs a deeper
Promotions Officers, and other LGU appreciation on the many advantages of
functionaries from Mabalacat City, Pampanga, partnering with the Private Sectors, as well as
and municipalities of San Luis, Aurora, San a better understanding on the Department’s
Miguel, Bulacan,General Tinio, Nueva Ecija, goal of helping the nation build
and San Antonio, Zambales. well-developed communities and better

The private sectors who presented in the
activity were WeGen, Wireless Access for


II. ENVIRONMENT– PROTECTIVE,

CLIMATE CHANGE-ADAPTIVE
AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Operation L!STO

The DILG R03 trained the L!sto Team
(DILG, PNP, BFP, and LDRRMO) of the 7
Provinces and 2 HUCs of Central Luzon to
develop their capacities towards mitigating
the adverse impact of disasters and
climate change. The training was held last
June 14-16, 2017 at Subic, Zambales.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment (CDRA)

Workshop on Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment (CDRA) for LGUs

In order to provide assistance to LGUs three batches for Steps 1-3 on
in integrating DRR-CCA in the Jan.11-13, Jan.18-20, and Jan.25-27,
preparation of their Comprehensive 2017, respectively.
Development Plan (CDP), workshops
on the formulation of Climate and On the other hand, workshops for
Disaster Risk Assessment (CDRA) for Steps 4-6 were held on Jan.25-27;
selected LGUs were conducted in February 8-10 and February 15-17,
2017.

Training-Workshop on
Utilization of CDRA

To guide the LGUs

in the preparation

of their Comprehensive

Development Plan, 24 LGUs

were given capacity

building on Utilization of

CDRA Results in their

Programs, Projects,

and Activities (PPAs)

Identification last

November 27-29, 2017

at Subic Bay Travelers

Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport

Zone. Presentation and discussion during the Training-Workshop
on Utilization of CDRA on November 27-29, 2017


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Orientation of Local Climate
Change Action Plan (LCCAP)
for LGUs

An Orientation on the Formulation of
LCCAP for LGUs was held on
March 8-10, 2017 at Subic Bay Peninsular
Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport Zone. This was
conducted in order to provide an overview of
the action plan preparation process and assist
LGUs in coming up with the expected
outcomes.

RD Julie J. Daquioag delivering her
inspirational message during the Orientation

Orientation on DRR-CCA
Database Management System

129 City and Municipal Local Government Operations Officers
and 9 DRR-CCA Focal Persons were oriented last July 4-5, 2017.

The activity is essential for the Department to have a consolidated database
of LGUs on Disaster Preparedness data and information to serve as baseline
in facilitating proper coordination and timely response in the event of a
disaster.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Training on Post Disaster and Rehabilitation and
Recovery Management

Training on PDRRM (NEDA), Office of the Civil
Defense (OCD), Department of
In order to enhance the Social Welfare and Development
capacities of the LGUs in (DSWD) and Don Honorio
addressing challenges of disaster Ventura Technological State
to ensure business continuity, a University (DHVTSU). This
Post Disaster Rehabilitation and activity was attended by the
Recovery Management was Provincial Government of Aurora
conducted on December 6-8, and its 8 Municipalities.
2017 by the DILG R03 in
coordination with partner
agencies such as National
Economic Development Authority

Presentation of DPWH’s Disaster Response Plan
on the Training on Post Disaster and

Rehabilitation Management on December 6-8, 2017


ENAVDIARPOTNIVMEEANNTD-PDRIOSTAESCTTEIRV-ER,ECSLIILMIEANTTE LCGHUASNGE

Build Back Better Operations Manual Launched

In support to the implementation of the Build Back Better (BBB) Operations Manual
developed by the Department in partnership with the Australian Volunteers for
International Development, the Department of the Interior and Local Government Regional
Office III in coordination with the Office of the Project Development Services has conducted
the Orientation and Consultative Workshop on the BBB Operations Manual last
November 20-22, 2017 at Grace Crown Hotel, Angeles City.

The activity served as a regional launching of
the Operations Manual and a venue in identifying
opportunities for improvement towards
strengthened disaster preparedness in the near
future. The participants were reminded that LGUs
must ensure that the quality of infrastructures
constructed in their localities strictly adhere to the
existing laws to minimize the damages caused by
disasters.

The activity was participated in by the
Provincial and City Planning and Development
Coordinators and Engineers of Region 3 and
selected MPDCs and MEs. The LGU participants
were joined by the selected DILG Provincial and
City Directors, Program Managers, Cluster Team
Leaders, HUC Office representative and observer
from DILG CAR.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Preparation on the
7.2 Magnitude Earthquake

In preparation for the 7.2 magnitude Presentation and Discussion during the
earthquake that may cause injuries, Consultative Meeting on March 29, 2017
fatalities, and damages of
infrastructures in NCR, Region III, The DILG R03 never missed in
and Region IV-A, the DILG R03 joining the National Simultaneous
initiated a Consultative Meeting Earthquake Drill (NSED) for each
with Provincial and City Disaster quarter.
Risk Reduction and Management
Officers of Central Luzon, and Every quarter, a National
concerned agencies like PHILVOCS Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED)
and MMDA to establish regional was conducted to educate the public
database of LGUs’ resources and on how to respond during an earth-
capabilities and to identify quake. It is also a preparedness meas-
concerned NGAs’ roles and ure, especially for the possible occur-
responsibilities. rence of a 7.2 magnitude
earthquake.
DILG Region III personnel during the National Simultaneous
Earthquake Drill (NSED)


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Seminar Workshop on the Formulation of the
Regional Disaster Preparedness Plan

In order to increase the level of Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay
awareness and enhance capacity of Freeport Zone.
communities to anticipate, avoid,
reduce and survive the threats and This activity, attended by Regional
impacts of all hazards, DILG R03 Preparedness Cluster and Provincial
conducted a Seminar Workshop on and HUC DRRMOs, aimed to develop
the formulation of the Regional and implement comprehensive
Disaster Preparedness Plan (RDPP) national and local preparedness and
on February 16-17, 2017 at Subic response policies, plans and
systems.

Orientation on Disaster Preparedness
for DILG Regional Office Personnel

As part of the celebration of the National
Disaster Resilience Month, an Orientation on
Disaster Preparedness for the DILG Regional
Office III personnel was held on July 10, 2017.

First aid kits were distributed to all personnel during the activity. Likewise, an overview on the
Operation LISTO was presented.

RD Julie J. Daquioag awards the Gabay at Mapa and Emergency kit to the DILG R3 Personnel in
celebration of the National Disaster Resilience Month


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Capacitating LGUs through Manila Bay
Clean-up, Rehabilitation, and Preservation Project

Local Shelter Plan

All 94 LGUs of R3’s Manila Bay Area were
provided with a seminar workshop,
writeshop, and polishing of their Local
Shelter Plan.

Strategic Communications Presentation of the LGU’s workshop output
Planning Workshop during the Workshop of Local Shelter Plan

Series of Strategic Communications LG-MED Chief Lerrie S. Hernandez delivering her welcoming
Planning Workshop were conducted last message and discussing the overview of the activity
2017 and participated in by the
C/MENROs and Information Officers of Quantum Geographic Information
LGUs. The activity aims to formulate a System (QGIS) Training
strategic communications plan that will
increase the awareness of the people To train all the LGUs under the Manila
regarding the Manila Bay Project. Bay Region III in the use of Quantum
Geographic Information System (QGIS)
During the Strategic Communications Planning Workshop and to create a map from the data
at Grace Crown Hotel, Balibago, Angeles City gathered by the LGUs, a Training
Workshop was conducted in two batches
on November 22-24 and November 27-
28, 2017, respectively. The activity was
attended by C/MENRO and IT Staff from
target LGUs.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Search for the MANILA BAYani Awardee

One of the major indicators being monitored by the Department of the Interior and Local
Government under the Manila Bay Clean-up, Rehabilitation and Preservation Project
(MBCRPP) is the compliance of Local Government Units to the pertinent provisions of
Republic Act No. 9003 or the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000 and the tool
used by the Department in measuring the same is the Environmental Compliance Audit (ECA).

2016 MANILA BAYani Balanga City
Awarding Ceremony Bataan

Two Hundred Thousand Pesos Plaridel
(P 200,000.00) and plaque of Bulacan
recognition were awarded to Balanga
City, Bataan (City Category) and
Plaridel, Bulacan (Municipal Category)
last September 25, 2017 in recognition
to their exerted utmost efforts in
compliance to the Republic Act of
9003, also known as Ecological Solid
Waste Management Act of 2000.

2017 ECA Preparatory Meeting at the DILG Regional Office III, 2017 ECA Preparatory Meeting
Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Out of 94 LGUs under R3’s Manila Bay
Area, 9 LGUs were shortlisted after the
ECA Preparatory Meeting last October
16, 2017.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Search for the MANILA BAYani Awardee

2017 Regional ECA Validation 2017 ECA Final Table
and On-site Inspection Evaluation

For the year 2017, 9 LGUs were visited After the table assessment, validation
and validated by the Regional ECA and on-site inspection, and final table
Team. These 9 LGUs were also given a evaluation, the 2017 Regional MANILA
chance to showcase their best BAYani Awardees were the following:
practices.

City Category Municipal
Category

Balanga City, Bataan Plaridel, Bulacan

Top Performer Top Performer

San Jose City Dona Remedios
Trinidad, Bulacan
Nueva Ecija
2nd Placer
2nd Placer
San Rafael, Bulacan
City of San Jose Del
Monte, Bulacan 3rd Placer

3rd Placer

Final Table
Evaluation of
Regional ECA

Team

On-site validation
and inspection
of Regional ECA
Team


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Local Government Unit
Compliance Assessment

One of the main concerns is that several As a result, the Bureau of Local
Local Government Units remain to be Government Supervision, through the
non-compliant to the Supreme Court MBCURPP Program Management Office
Mandamus of the MBCURPP despite the and the Program Management Teams of
various assistance provided by the the offices of Regions III, IV-A and NCR,
Department of the Interior and Local agreed to increase the enforcement of the
Government. program and to effectively keep track of
LGU performance through the creation of
the Compliance Scoring System and
Inspection Guidelines under one Case
Filing Procedure.

The Regional Inter-agency Committee has
been oriented on the procedure and
scoring system of the LGU Compliance
Assessment on September 11-12, 2017 at
Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay
Freeport Zone.

Mr. Carlo C. Tan, MBCRPP Program Head, discussing the
overview of the activity

Before the Regional Inter-agency Commit-
tee proceeded with the assessment, the 94
LGUs under the R3’s Manila Bay Area were
given an orientation regarding the LGU
Compliance Assessment on September 26-
29, 2017 and October 3-5, 2017.

Orientation of LGU Compliance Assessment at
Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.


ENVIRONMENT-PROTECTIVE, CLIMATE CHANGE

ADAPTIVE AND DISASTER-RESILIENT LGUS

Local Government Unit
Compliance Assessment

The Regional Inter-agency Committee
convened last October 13, 2017 to assess
the LGUs based on their submitted means
of verifications and discussed the process
and schedules of on-site validation. More
than 55% of the LGUs failed the initial
table assessment, which makes them the
priority LGU for on-site assessment.

Regional Inter-agency Committee during the table assessment at the
DILG Regional Office III, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga

After the identification of priority LGUs,
the Regional Inter-agency committee
conducted the on-site assessment to
validate the submitted means of
verification and assess the
implementation of the project. The
assessment started on October 18, 2017
and concluded on December 13, 2017.

Regional Inter-agency
Committee during the on-site

assessment and inspection

A Table Evaluation was facilitated to final-
ize the result of the on-site assessment
and inspection of the priority LGUs. The
activity was held last October 26-27,
2017 at Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic
Bay Freeport Zone.

Table Evaluation of the
Regional Inter-agency

Committee


III. SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND

SAFE LGUS


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Resettlement Governance

Budget Components of Resettlement
Governance Assistance Fund (RGAF)

2017 LGU Partners


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Resettlement Governance

Orientation on Participation of Local Special Bodies (LSBs) and
Workshop on the Participatory Planning and Budgeting

An Orientation on Participation of Local and involving them in the local budget
Special Bodies (LSBs) and Workshops on process. In attendance were the Local
the Participatory Planning and Budgeting Chief Executives, SB Chairmen, Local
was held last September 11-15, 2017 at Planning and Development Coordinators,
the Subic Bay Travelers Hotel and Event Local Social Welfare and Development
Center, Subic Bay Freeport Zone . Officers, Local Housing Officers, School
Division Superintendents, Punong
It aims to promote partnership between Barangays, and Home Owner’s
government & civil society organizations Association Members of the 5 LGUs in
by integrating CSOs and/or HOAs in the Bulacan concerning the 1.8B RGAF.
local government process and system
through their participation in the LSBs

Technical Assistance on Project Proposal Writing cum Consultative
Meeting with 15 LGUs: Community Enterprise Program

A Technical Assistance on Project Public Employment Service Officers,
Proposal Writing cum Consultative
Meeting with the 5 LGUs: Community coordinators from Presidential
Enterprise Program (CEP) was conducted
on October 5-6, 2017 and October 9-10, Commission on Urban Poor, and Home
2017 at the Klir Waterpark Resort and
Hotels Guiguinto, Bulacan . Owner’s Association Members of the 5

It aims to uplift the current LGUs concerned in Bulacan.
living condition among families in the
resettlement sites through entrepreneur- The Community
ship and business development services Enterprise Program
training. In attendance were the generated 52 business
representatives of the Mayor’s Office, proposals from 9
Local Planning and Development resettlement sites and 29
Coordinators, Local Housing Officers, from these proposals
were chosen.

Workshop during the Project Proposal Writing


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Resettlement Governance

Strengthening and Enhancement Training for Barangay - Based
Institutions

To introduce the Resettlement Mayor Celestino T. Marquez of Pandi, Bulacan during the
Governance (RG) Program to the partner Strenthening and Enhancement Training for Barangay-Based Institutions
barangays with Barangay-based
Institutions, The Strengthening and
Enhancement Training for Barangay-
based Institutions was conducted on
November 16-17 and 23-24 held at
Eugenio’s Garden Resort, Plaridel,
Bulacan and Galilee Wonderland Resort,
Bustos, Bulacan.

MOA Signing between LGUs and DILG for the access of

Resettlement Governance Assistance Fund (RGAF)

Signing of Memorandum of Agreement Prior to the said activity, the LGUs are
(MOA) was held between DILG Regional required to submit eligibility
Office III and concerned LGUs of Bulacan requirements as per the Implementing
on December 7, 2017 at The Red Guidelines of RGAF under Memorandum
Rickshaw Restaurant, Sindalan, City of Cirular 2017-91.
San Fernando, Pampanga. The MOA enti-
tles the concerned LGUs to access the
Resettlement Governance Assistance
Fund (RGAF) which will b enefit some of
the relocatees of Bulacan under the Oplan
Likas Program.

Bocaue, Bulacan

Balagtas, Bulacan


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Resettlement Governance

Norzagaray, Bulacan City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan

Pandi, Bulacan

Awarding of checks to the five (5) LGUs of Bulacan


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Regional Peace and Order (RPOC) and
Regional Management Coordination Committee (RMCC)

The Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) plays a vital role in maintaining the peace
and order situation in the region. The DILG R03 as a coordinating body and as the
Secretariat of the RPOC conducted quarterly meetings to provide a forum for dialogue
and deliberation of issues and concerns affecting the peace on order condition on the
area of jurisdiction. Also, to come up, not only with collective decisions and
recommendations, but as well as to have a convergence of efforts to address such issue.

RPOC Meeting (1st Quarter) on RPOC RPOC Meeting (2nd Quarter) on
March 17, 2017 at Fontana , Clark Meetings June 8, 2017 at Kingsborough

Freeport Zone International Convention Center, CSFP

RPOC Meeting (3rd Quarter) on RPOC Meeting (4th Quarter) on
September 26, 2017 at Kingsborough December 14, 2017 at the Red Rickshaw
International Convention Center, CSFP
Restaurant, Sindalan, CSFP

The Regional Management Coordination Committee (RMCC) 3 convened last
February 13, 2017 and June 30, 2017 to update the Committee on the programs and
activities of each member agency of the RMCC and discuss plans and updates of each
member agency pertaining to the fight against illegal drugs, criminality and corruption
per marching order of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council (BADAC)

Orientation on Strengthening of BADAC
on Barangay Clearing Operations

The DILG Regional Office initiated the
conduct of Orientation on the
Strengthening of Barangay Drug Abuse
Council (BADAC) in Barangay Drug
Clearing Operations for the following
barangays that were declared as first drug
cleared barangays of Central Luzon:

Cataning, Balanga City, Bataan

Pinulot, Dinalupihan, Bataan

Wawa, Pilar, Bataan

Pau, Sto.Tomas, Pampanga

The said orientation was held on MED Chief Lerrie S. Hernandez during the conduct of
August 31 to September 1, 2017 at Strengthening of the BADAC
Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, Subic Bay
Freeport Zone.

Roll-out Strengthening of the Province No. of City/ No. of Target
Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Municipality Barangays
Council (BADAC)
Aurora 8 127
A Roll-out Orientation on
Strengthening of the Barangay Anti-Drug Bataan 12 177
Abuse Council (BADAC) for the DILG
Officers was conducted on November 20- Bulacan 24 322
21, 2017. It was aimed to equip DILG
Field Officers with necessary knowledge, Nueva Ecija 32 669
skills and attitude in providing technical
assistance to the barangays in terms of Pampanga 21 344
their roles in the fight against illegal
Tarlac 18 389
drugs.
Zambales 13 181

Angeles City 1 18

Olongapo City 1 11

Total 2238

BADAC Training or Orientation for 2,238 target Barangays


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Strengthening the People’s Law
Enforcement Boards (PLEBs)

There is a current push to strengthen the and corruption and abuses. In other
PLEBs to empower citizens in words, there is no place for rogue
consideration of recent events and policemen in the PNP. Thus, the PLEB
relevant developments in our country plays a crucial role in weeding out police
today. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte scalawags and helping good cops remain
has emphasized that while he supports good.
the police, he will not tolerate graft
The PLEB Program was introduced and
Series of PLEB Orientation and Training PLEB-Project Management Team (PMT)
was created to implement and carry out
The PLEB Program was introduced and the program.
PLEB-Project Management Team (PMT)
was created to implement and carry out The DILG III through PLEB-PMT in close
the program. coordination with the National Police
The DILG III through PLEB-PMT, in close Commission (NAPOLCOM) conducted a
coordination with the National Police series of trainings to enhance the
Commission (NAPOLCOM), conducted a capacity of PLEBs.
series of trainings to enhance capacity of
PLEBs last November 20-21, November The activity was hosted by the DILG-
22-23, and November 27-29, 2017. Out Region III headed by Regional Director
of 130 LGUs of Central Luzon, 99 LGUs Julie J. Daquioag, Ph.D., CESO IV and Local
were able to attend and participate Government – Monitoring and Evaluation
during the said training. Chief Lerrie S. Hernandez.


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

MAMAMAYANG AYAW SA ANOMALYA,
MAMAMAYANG AYAW SA ILIGAL (MASA MASID)

Hiring of MASA MASID Regional Orientation of PFPs and CFs on
and Community Facilitators the Revised Guidelines on the
implementation of MASA MASID
Hiring of R/CFs was held on August 9, 2017
at the DILG Regional Office 3 DILG R03 facilitated the conduct of
Orientation on the Revised Guidelines on
the Implementation of MASA MASID for
the Provincial Focal Persons and
Community Facilitators on October 11-
13, 2017.

PR0VINCE TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL NO. OF TOTAL NO. No. of No. of No. of % of No. of No. of
NO. OF C/ NO. OF MASA MASID OF MASA Organized Oriented Organized Organized Oriented Registered
BARAN- TWG/SOCIAL MASID TWG/ Community Community Volunteers
Ms GAYS FACILITATOR SOCIAL FA- Rehabilita- Rehabilita- MASA of MMT MASA
ORGANIZED CILITATOR MASID MASID 1,725
151 ORIENTED tion tion Team Team 2,701
237 Network Network (MMT) (MMT) 4,391
569 3,704
849 (CRN) (CRN) 151 2,096
505 237 3,497
AURORA 8 511 8 8 2 1 151 100.00% 569 4,185
BATAAN 12 230 849 149
BULACAN 24 33 12 12 12 12 237 100.00% 505 365
NUEVA ECIJA 32 17 511 22,813
PAMPANGA 21 3,102 24 24 24 23 569 100.00% 230
TARLAC 18 33
ZAMBALES 13 32 32 32 32 848 99.88% 17
Angeles City 1 3,102
Olongapo 1 21 21 21 21 505 100.00%
TOTAL 130
18 18 18 18 511 100.00%

13 13 13 7 230 100.00%

1 1 0 0 33 100.00%

11 17 100.00%

130 130 122 114 3,101 99.97%

Status of MASA MASID Program as of December 31, 2017

CLIP: Assistance to Former Rebels


SOCIALLY-PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

2017 LUPONG TAGAPAMAYAPA
INCENTIVE AWARDS (LTIA)

The DILG conducted LTIA Validation to 2017 LTIA Regional Winners
evaluate and validate LTIA nominees
from the Municipal to the Regional Level HUC Barangay Kalaklan
and to provide technical assistance to Olongapo City
regional nominees.
Component City Barangay Cupang Proper
Plaques and cash awards were given to Balanga City
the 2017 Regional Winners of Lupong
Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards (LTIA) 1st to 3rd Class Barangay San Juan, Botolan
on November 2, 2017 at Quest Hotel, Municipalities Zambales
Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga.
4thto 6thClass Mu- Barangay Camiing, Cabangan
nicipalities Zambales

Barangay Kalaklan, Olongapo City Barangay San Juan, Botolan, Zambales

Barangay Cupang Proper, Balanga City Barangay Camiing, Cabangan, Zambales


SOCIALLY PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

DILG R03 ADVOCATES GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

The Department of the Interior and Local A Forum on HIV-AIDS also took place on
Government - Region III continues to this initiative to provide awareness and
demonstrate its strong commitment to the understanding on the said disease in
promotion of gender equality development view of the increasing rate of people
within and outside our institution. With the living with HIV. A testimonial from a
pursuit to disseminate awareness on person living with HIV was shared which
Gender and Development (GAD), the Office gave the participants a better
spearheaded a Capacity Building on GAD for understanding on his journey and all
our Field Officers to capacitate them in the others who are also battling the disease.
different GAD activities towards fully
addressing the pressing needs of LGUs. Gender and Development has been a
growing concern in our communities
A GAD activity was held on November 6-8, through the years, and it is deemed
2017 at the Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel, essential to capacitate our Office with
SBFZ and was participated in by 160 expertise in addressing different GAD
participants coming from the Regional and issues; thus, living out public service that
seven Provincial Offices of DILG Region 03. is “Matino, Mahusay at Maaasahan”.

DILG Aurora DILG Bataan DILG Bulacan

DILG Nueva Ecija DILG Pampanga DILG Tarlac
DILG Zambales
2018 GAD Plan 7 PROVINCES
and Budget 14 CITIES
116
Submission Status MUNICIPALITIES


SOCIALLY PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

Bottom-up Budgeting (BuB) Program Activities

As one of the oversight agencies in the implementation of Bottom-Up Budgeting
Program, the Regional Project Monitoring Team of DILG R3 has monitored the project
accomplishments of all concerned participating agencies and spearheaded the vital
activities for the success of the BUB program:

Central Luzon—Regional Poverty Reduction Action Team
(CL-RPRAT) Meetings

BuB Provincial Stakeholders Forum

BuB Projects Site Monitoring


SOCIALLY PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

As of December 2017, the Project Development and Monitoring Section (PDMS) of
the Region monitored and ensured the completion of the following projects:

BOTTOM-UP BUDGETING (BUB)

2014 2015 2016

100% 92% 77%

SAGANA AT LIGTAS NA TUBIG SA LAHAT (SALINTUBIG)

2014 2015 2016 2017

100% 100% 88% 17%

PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE FUND (PCF)

2014 2015 2016

100% 100% 76%

SPECIAL LOCAL ROAD FUND (SLRF)

2014 2015

100% 88%

100% 48% 68%


SOCIALLY PROTECTIVE AND SAFE LGUS

PROVINCIAL STATUS OF LFP IMPLEMENTATION

AURORA F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 12 12 25 21
DELIVERY RATE 96% 57%
100% 100%
BATAAN F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 31 29
DELIVERY RATE 14 25 87% 86&

BULACAN 100% 100% F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 49 73
DELIVERY RATE F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 90% 56%
13 37
NUEVA ECIJA F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 100% 100% 71 96
DELIVERY RATE 99% 69%
F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015
PAMPANGA 18 71 F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 56 53
DELIVERY RATE 100% 100% 89% 83%

TARLAC F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 21 53 39 72
DELIVERY RATE 97% 82%
100% 100%
ZAMBALES F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 22 29
DELIVERY RATE 11 47 86% 66%

ANGELES CITY 100% 100% F.Y. 2016 F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 1 -
DELIVERY RATE F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015 -
1 20 100%
OLONGAPO CITY F.Y. 2017
NO. OF PROJECTS 100% 100% F.Y. 2016 1
DELIVERY RATE 1 0%
F.Y. 2014 F.Y. 2015
- 5 100%
-
20%
F.Y. 2014
1 F.Y. 2015
-
100% -


IV. TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE,

AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG)

The Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) For the year 2017, the Assessment has
is one of the most awaited recognition of leveled up as it now employs 4+1 principle
the LGUs as its recognizes those where LGUs need to pass all the
who have shown compliance and four (4) core areas namely Financial
exemplary performance in various areas Administration, Disaster Preparedness,
of governance. Social Protection, and the newly added
Peace and Order plus at least one (1)
SGLG Utilization Conferences of essential area such as Business-
the 7 Provinces of Central Luzon Friendliness and Competitiveness,
Environmental Management, and Tourism,
Before the 2017 Assessment, the DILG Culture and the Arts, in order to be
R03, particularly the SGLG Team, provided conferred with the Seal.
technical assistance to the Utilization
Conference of the 7 Provinces of Central 2017 SGLG Implementation
Luzon. The team presented the 2016 Orientation and Levelling-Off
governance assessment reports (GARs) of
the LGUs and discussed the possible To ensure the uniform and consistent
additional indicators for the 2017 understanding on the use of the enhanced
Assessment. assessment tools and to discuss the 2017
SGLG Indicators, an Orientation on 2017
Orientation on the 2017 SGLG Implementation for partner SGLG Implementation was conducted by the
agencies and social society organizations on May 8, 2017 at DILG R03 for the Region’s Provincial
DILG Regional Office III, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga. Directors, Cluster Team Leaders, and
Regional Assessment Team and partner
agencies and civil society organizations on
April 27, 2017 and May 8, 2017, respectively.


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

2017 SGLG Assessment
and On-Site Inspection

The Regional Assessment Team (RAT) and Sub-Regional Assessment Team (Sub-RAT)
have taken the lead in the assessment of 137 LGUs through appropriate method such as
documentary review, interview, and on-site inspection.

Province of Aurora

Province of Bataan

Province of Bulacan


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

2017 SGLG Assessment
and On-Site Inspection

Province of Nueva Ecija

Province of Pampanga

Province of Tarlac


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

2017 SGLG Assessment
and On-Site Inspection

Province of Zambales

Angeles City

Olongapo City


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

2017 SGLG Awarding

For this year, a total of 56 LGUs from
Region 3 were conferred with the
Seal. This shows a tremendous
increase in the number of awardees
from the 37 LGUs in 2016 proving
how DILG Region 3 gives priority in
capacitating LGUs to improve their
Governance.

Provincial Govern- City Government
ment Awardees Awardees

Bataan Balanga City
Bulacan City of San Fernando
Pampanga
Gapan City
Mabalacat City
Science City of Muñoz

RD Julie J. Daquioag and ARD Araceli A. San Jose with the PDs of
DILG Region III at the 2017 SGLG National Awarding
on November 24, 2017


TRANSPARENT, ACCOUNTABLE, AND PARTICIPATIVE LGUS

2017 SGLG Awarding

Municipal Government Awardees

Aurora Bataan Bulacan Nueva Ecija Pampanga Tarlac Zambales
Baler
Bagac Angat Cabiao Arayat Gerona San Antonio

Dinalupihan Baliwag Gen. Natividad Bacolor Moncada

Hermosa Bustos Llanera Floridablanca Paniqui

Mariveles Guiguinto Nampicuan Guagua Pura

Morong Plaridel Peñaranda Lubao San Jose

Orani Quezon Macabebe San Manuel

Pilar San Antonio Magalang Santa Ignacia

Samal San Leonardo Masantol Victoria

Santa Rosa Mexico

Talavera Porac

Talugtug San Luis

Zaragoza Santa Ana

Santo Tomas

DILG Central Luzon delegates with USEC Austere A. Panadero and ASEC Ricojudge Janvier M. Echiverri
during the 2017 SGLG National Awarding


TRPAARNTSIPCAIRPAETNITV,EACACNODUENFTFAEBCLTEI,VE LGUS

DILG R03 Incentivized 2017 SGLG Passers

56 Local Government Units in Region 3 received the FY 2017 Performance
Challenge Fund subsidy in the Awarding Ceremony conducted by the DILG Regional
Office 3 last December 13, 2017 at Quest Hotel, Clark Freeport Zone. The Provincial, City
and Municipal Government awardees proudly received their financial subsidy
amounting to 3 Million, 2.4 Million, and 2 Million Pesos respectively.

The PCF award of the 56 LGUs will be utilized to finance local development
projects in their respective localities.

PCF check awarded to Balanga City, Bataan

PCF check awarded to Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija

PCF check awarded to Plaridel, Bulacan

PCF check awarded to Hermosa, Bataan


TRPAARNTSIPCAIRPAETNITV,EACACNODUENFTFAEBCLTEIV, E LGUS

Performance Challenge Fund (PCF)
In line with its Performance-Based Incentive Policy, DILG initiated the PCF as an

incentive fund to LGUs that are recipients of the Seal of Good Local Governance. It stimulates
local government to put premium on performance in order to avail financial support to
jumpstart and sustain local economic development initiatives for poverty reduction.

Hereunder are the recipients of F.Y. 2017 Performance Challenge Fund:


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