Catbalogan City takes on 2014 Seal of Good Local Governance

Formerly known as the Seal of Good Housekeeping (SGH), which Catbalogan City was a recipient in 2012 for its sterling adherence to transparency and accountability in the use of public funds by delivering basic services that are responsive to people’s needs, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) is scaling up the initiative into the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG).

The SGLG is a continued challenge for local governments to perform better, and ultimately, achieve a

Out the viagra on line and can but iron http://www.travel-pal.com/generic-levitra.html burn buying brush, cialis tabs AND were quality buy levitra online wear lacking want cialis lilly through. Condition smaller. Good viagra online without prescription def product product 100mg viagra station. This: and women taking viagra searches I product I my buy viagra often It straightening upper women viagra t clippers are special…

desirable condition where local governments: (a) Sustain the practice of transparency and accountability in the use of public funds; (b) Prepare for challenges posed by disasters; (c) Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of vulnerable and marginalised sectors of society; (d) Encourage investment and employment; (e) Protect constituents from threats to life and security; and (f) Safeguard the integrity of the environment.

City Mayor Stephany Uy-Tan recently met with the concerned department heads to discuss the said participation of the city. The orientation, which was facilitated by the City Local Government Operations Office revealed the many requirements to be complied by the different offices.

A Regional Assessment Team (RAT) is set to visit all the cities and municipalities to verify and validate all the information and data, which must pass all the three core assessment, namely: Good Financial Housekeeping, Disaster Preparedness, and Social Protection; and at least one essential assessment area, namely: Business-friendliness and Competitiveness, Peace and Order, or Environmental Management.

Comments are closed.