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The Seal of Good Local

Governance
A Challenge for Greater Performance

Bureau of Local Government Supervision


Department of the Interior and Local Government
October 16, 2013
Seal of Good
Housekeeping

Seal of Good
Local Governance
Transition from
SGH to SGLG
What we aim for?
We aim for a condition where
LGUs…

sustain the practice of accountability


and transparency, and espouse a
pro-active financial management
(Good Financial Housekeeping)

adequately and effectively


prepare for the challenges posed
by disasters (Disaster Preparedness)
What we aim for?
We aim for a condition where
LGUs…

are sensitive to the needs of


vulnerable and marginalized sectors
of the society (Social Protection)

encourage investment and


employment (Business-Friendly LGUs)
What we aim for?
We aim for a condition where
LGUs…
protect the constituents from threats
to life and security (Law and Order
and Public Safety)

 safeguard the integrity of the


environment. At the minimum, comply
with the Ecological Solid Waste
Management Act of 2000
(Environmental Protection)
How to be an
SGLG recipient?

“3 plus 1” Principle
The Core and the Essentials
Core assessment: Priority for the initial year
1 (must pass all three)

Good financial Disaster Social


housekeeping preparedness protection

Essential Assessment: Supplemental


2 ((must pass at least one)

Business- Law and


Environmental
friendliness & order, and
protection
competitiveness public safety
Greater Performance,
Better Rewards
A national recognition plus a
higher cash award, to finance
development projects await an SGLG
Recipient
General Procedure
Coverage,
Frequency and
Partners

Assessment
and Validation

Selection
and
Awarding
Thank you!

Prepared by:
BUREAU OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SUPERVISION
Department of the Interior and Local Government
10.11.13
Good Financial
Housekeeping
• Unqualified or qualified COA Annual Audit
Report
• Compliance to Full Disclosure Policy
• Compliance to PhilGEPS posting
• % of locally-sourced revenue to total LGU
revenue
• % of General Service expenditure to total
expenditure
• Cost-to-collect revenue
Disaster Preparedness

• DRRM competencies of LDRRMO


• Incident Commander trained
• % of Evacuation Centers located in
safe areas
• % of barangays with Evacuation Plan
• Posting of ‘Susceptibility Maps’ in
every barangays
• Presence of external support system
Social Protection
• Express lanes for pregnant women and PWDs
• For PWDs:Ramps and handrails in public and
private buildings, Representation to Sectoral
Meetings
• For Women: Maternal Health Care Package,
Hygiene Kits and LDRRMC Representation (for
Disaster Preparedness)
• For IPs: IP Mandatory Representation in the
Sanggunian
• For Children: Seal of Child-friendly recipient OR
Functionality of Local Council for the Protection
of Children
Business-friendly and
Competitiveness
• Streamlined business permit and licensing system
(Time and Steps)
• Year-on-Year increase of new and renewal
registration for business
• Establishment of a LEIPO
• Year-on-Year increase in number of jobs created
from new and renewed business
• % of annual capital expense for local infra to total
expenditure
• Size of local road network as a share of total land
area
Environmental Compliance

• Mandatory segregated waste collection


• Presence of operational Materials
Recovery Facility
• Presence of, or access to, Sanitary
Landfill through contract or MOA with
host LGU
• LGU innovations on environmental
management
Law & Order, and
Public Safety
• Accredited LGU-maintained Youth Homes and
Rehab Centers for children-in-conflict-in-the-law
• Accredited LGU-maintained Rehab Centers for
drug dependents
• Functional LGU hotline/complaint system
• LGU aid to PNP (cars, equipage, etc.)
• % of CCTV installation in major thoroughfares
• Designated pyrotechnic zone
• % of data uploaded in the e-Crime Incidence
Reporting System dbase