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Local Governance Performance Management System Technical Notes-


LGU Profile CY 2017 LGU Profile

LOCAL GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


TAB A Technical Notes- LGU Profile

INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) The LGPMS-LGU Profile Technical Notes is a guide for the LGU-LGPMS Team in gathering data, certification, as well as,
filling out Form 1, LGU Profile.
(2) Members of the LGU-LGPMS Team are required to certify to certify the correctness of information in Form 1 by signing the
LGU Profile Certification Page.

I. Basic Profile (Provide the current LGU information.)

Income Class : Based on BLGF-DOF classification


Population : Based on 2015 NSO Survey
No. of Households : 2016 Projection based on 2010 NSO Survey
Land Area : In hectares
LGU website : Provide URL

II. Financial Profile (Data should be based on financial records as of December 2015.)

Cost to Collect Revenue : Total revenue operations cost ÷ (locally-sourced revenue


+ SEF) x 100

Where:
Total revenue operations cost = (Assessor’s Office’s PS +
MOOE) + (Treasurer’s Office’s PS + MOOE)

Real Property Tax : (Amount of RPT collected ÷ amount of projected RPT


Accomplishment Rate collection) x 100

Locally-Sourced Revenue : RPT (basic) + Tax on Business + Other taxes + Regulatory


fees + Service/user charge + Receipts from economic
enterprise

Locally-Sourced Revenues to : (Amount of locally-sourced revenues ÷ total LGU income)


total Income x 100

Regular Revenue to Total : [(Locally sourced revenues + IRA) ÷ Total LGU Income] x
Income 100

Locally-Sourced Revenue Per : Amount of Locally-Sourced Revenue ÷ Total Population


Capita

Personal Services : (Personnel services expenditures ÷ total expenditures) x


Expenditure Ratio 100

Total Expenditure Per Capita : Total expenditures ÷ population

Debt Service Ratio : Actual debt service cost ÷ regular income

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III. Local Special Bodies (Provide information if the following LSBs are organized, and the date of the
last meeting.)

Local Development Council : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that


matter, and composition is based on Sec.107 of LG Code
of 1991 or Sec. 108 of LG Code of the Autonomous
Region in Muslim Mindanao

Local Health Board : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that


matter, and composition is based on Sec.102 of LG Code
of 1991 or Sec. 98 of the LG Code of ARMM.

Local School Board : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that


matter, and composition is based on Sec. 98 of LG Code
of 1991 or Section 94 of the LG Code of ARMM.

Peace and Order Council : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that
matter, and composed of the LGU counterparts of the
departments, offices and agencies as enumerated in
paragraph (a) of E.O. 773.

Local Council for the : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that
Protection of Children matter, and composed in accordance with DILG
Memorandum Circular No. 2002-121, s. 2002.

Local Disaster Risk Reduction : Presence of an executive or legislative issuance for that
and Management Council matter, and composed in accordance with Rule 2
Sections 2 and 3 of the IRR of RA 10121.

IV. Legislative Profile and Support to Operations (Provide information if the codes and support
mechanisms are present in the LGU, and when these were last updated.)

 A code contains ordinances on the same subject matter regardless of the year of enactment,
in a codified manner. It embodies local rules and regulations drawn from such ordinances or
resolutions which partake the nature of ordinances. Codification implies the following
processes: revision, amendment and supplementation, the latter as a way to update the code
in consideration of new laws or new ordinances on the same subject matter. An exception to
this is the Code of General Ordinances which contains different subjects which are
administrative in nature and intent.

 Codes are in support of administrative functions, regulatory mandates, corporate objectives,


social development, economic development and environmental management of the LGU.
Decisions of the sanggunian come in four (4) major types – administrative in intent, regulatory
in nature, corporate in purpose and developmental in focus.

 The Manual of Operations / Standard Operating Procedures describes the LGU’s processes
and systems employed in the exercise of its functions and responsibilities to deliver public
services. It is a mechanism to communicate policies and procedures on LGU operations to
guide employees and the general public.

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 Human Resources Management and Development Plan defines the strategies and specific
measures on how to best manage and support the development of human resources to
maximize their potential and heighten their motivation in contributing to the attainment of
organizational objectives.

V. Customer Service (Provide information on the mechanisms employed by the LGU to


immediately address client concerns.)

VI. Personnel Complement (Provide information on staff complement as of CY 2017 1st Quarter to
attend to various concerns of the LGU.)

VII. Housing and Basic Utilities (Provide the latest LGU data in terms of households.)

No. of Informal settlers : A household is categorized an informal settler if it


(households) characterized either of the following:
- Owns the house but use of the lot is without rent (rent-
free) and also without consent or knowledge of the
owner
- Rent-free house and lot without consent or knowledge
of the owner
- Living in a public space with or without rent (e.g. road
island, under the bridge, park, sidewalk)

Reference: Interviewer’s Manual of the 2012 Family


Income and Expenditure Survey

% of households with access : (Number of households with electricity ÷ Total Number of


to electricity households) x 100
% of households with access Level III is a full waterworks system with individual house
to piped-in water (level III) connections.

(Number of households with access to pipe-in water ÷


Total Number of households) x 100
% of households with sanitary Refers to households with access to flush toilets, either
toilets owned or shared, or closed pit type of toilet facilities.

(Number of households with sanitary toilets ÷ Total Number


of households) x 100

VIII. LGU Service Vehicles (Provide information on LGU-owned serviceable vehicles in support of LGU
operation requirements such as mobility, emergency, solid waste collection, among others)

IX. LGU Facilities (Provide information on facilities that provide directly services to the public. Indicate
how many of these are LGU-managed or maintained.)

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X. Ecosystems (Provide information on the type of ecosystem/s present in the LGU)

Agricultural Ecosystem : Looks into factors that contribute to agricultural land


productivity, i.e., land use, irrigated land, and crops and crop
yield. Agricultural land productivity impacts on the socio-
economic and environmental conditions in a locality.

Coastal Marine : Looks into factors that contribute to coastal habitat productivity,
Ecosystem e.g., extent of polluting industries and squatter-households,
mangrove preservation and fish catch. Again, coastal habitat
productivity has impact on socio-economic and environment
conditions.

Forest Ecosystem : Looks into factors that contribute to forest preservation and
productivity, e.g., forest cover, illegal logging, and presence of
illegal dwellers. Forest preservation and productivity has impact
on the three development dimensions: social, economic and
environment. Forest means dense growth of trees and
underbrush covering a large tract of land -- in upland and public
land. In LGPMS, it does not cover private lands or parks in
subdivisions.

Freshwater Ecosystem : Looks into factors that contribute to freshwater (rivers and lakes)
habitat productivity, e.g., water quality, extent of polluting
industries and squatter-households, and fish catch.

Urban Ecosystem : Looks into the physical environment and land quality in urban
areas, i.e., cities and town centers. Urban land quality impacts
on sanitation, health, and on the local economy, among others.

XI. Economic Activity (Rank the LGU’s economic activities by most dominant to least dominant (1
being the most dominant). Put “N/A” if the activity is not applicable for the LGU.)

Agriculture : A locality with agricultural activities like the production of


agricultural crops such as palay, corn, coconut (including
copra), sugarcane, and bananas and the raising of live-stock
and poultry.

Commercial and : Location of commercial centers like general merchandise,


Service Centers food, automotive, repair shops, theaters, hotels, motels, private
clinics, professional services, miscellaneous business services,
e.g., banks, shopping malls, sales and corporate offices,
telecommunication centers, loading services and other
related activities, including merchant wholesalers, distributors
and warehousing.

Fishery : A locality rich with marine resources and with fishery-related


activities. Fishery covers fishing, fish culture, and the gathering
of other marine products such as seaweeds, shells and
sponges.

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Industrial : Manufacturing, refining, fabricating, assembly, storage, parking


and other incidental uses, including food processing, cottage
industries, rice mills, steel mills, chemical processing, etc.

Mining : A locality with mining and quarrying activities which cover the
production of all metallic mineral ores and concentrates, i.e.,
copper mining, gold mining, and other metal mining which
include silver, lead, zinc, manganese, platinum, palladium,
cobalt, cadmium and nickel, by extraction from nature and
wells.

XII. LGU-Owned Economic Enterprise (Provide information on economic enterprises that are being
owned by the LGU.)

XIII. LGU Awards (Provide a list of local governance-related recognitions and/or awards conferred
to the LGU for the last three years, CYs 2014 to 2016, given by national and international award-
giving bodies. Specify the date conferred and name of the organization which gave the award
or recognition to the LGU.)

XIV. LCE Profile (Provide the latest information of the LCE in the LGU.)

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