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DBM Hands Over P5 Million Incentive to Tacurong City

“The Daang Matuwid is difficult. That’s why the government makes it a point to recognize hard work.” – Sec. Florencio “Butch” Abad

Department of Budget and Management Secretary, Hon. Florencio “Butch” Abad, together with Regional Director Akmad J. Usman of DBM Region XII, and Asec. Maxine Tanya M. Hamada of DBM Monitoring and Evaluation, personally visited the City of Tacurong on December 17, 2015 to turnover the P5 million incentive that the city was awarded for the prompt implementation of Bottoms-Up Budgeting (BUB) projects for CY 2015.

Among all the LGUs in the country, the City of Tacurong has been lauded for its prompt, efficient, and transparent implementation of more than 50% of its BUB projects slated for 2015. There are only two LGUs in the country awarded with the incentive, the other one being Ilagan City of Isabela.

The said incentive was announced during the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP) meeting, which Hon. Lina O. Montilla attended, on December 2, 2015 in Manila.

The turnover ceremony in Palm Bistro, Tacurong City was attended by the city mayor herself, Vice Mayor Joseph George Lechonsito, members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, the different barangay captains of the city, and the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team.

In her acceptance speech, City Mayor Lina O. Montilla expressed her gratitude to the DBM and the national government for continually recognizing the city’s efforts in ensuring good public service to the constituents by way of awards and incentives. The mayor said that it serves as the city’s motivation to keep on working hard for the benefit of all Tacurongnons.

“We firmly assure you that every single peso will be put to good use and will be consciously turned into rational programs that will benefit those who belong to the lower bracket of the society as they are the ones who need it most.”- Hon. Lina O. Montilla

(Yen Robles, Tacurong-Information)

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LGU-Tacurong receives P2M for local roads management

 

 

A Special Allotment Release Order (SARO) of Php 2,033,993 has been released by the Department of Budget and Management to the City Government of Tacurong as its Special Local Roads Fund (SLRF) for Fiscal Year 2015.

The amount was in line with the timely completion and implementation of LGU-Tacurong’s road management projects for the year 2014.

The fund was presented by the DILG during the LRMPA meeting on September 3, 2015 at the Palm Bistro in New Isabela, Tacurong City.

In connection with this, DILG representatives from the central office and Region XII held a meeting with the LGU-Tacurong stakeholders on the improvements to the Local Roads Management Performance Assessment (LRMPA) tool.

The representatives were Mr. Miguel Hayag, Jr., Engr. Junius Baclig, Engr. Herminia Ontoy, and Mr. Alberto Sero.

The stakeholders, as represented by the heads of offices, were the City Engineering, Planning, BAC, Accounting, City Administrator, and Human Resource Management.

The LRMPA is a tool developed by the DILG to monitor and evaluate the capacity and performance of local government units on local road management. Using the LRMPA performance indicators, they will be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the LGUs on local roads management in order to effectively implement the necessary road developments. (Yen Robles, LGU Tacurong)

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