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BARANGAY OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

Republic of the Philippines

Department of the Interior and Local Government Local Government Academy

EXERCISE
Select barangays will present: ** Specific steps that will be undertaken to implement a program/project

Republic of the Philippines

Department of the Interior and Local Government Local Government Academy

WHAT IS OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK?

OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK

GENERAL FUNCTIONS OF THE BARANGAY


1. Planning 2. Implementing 3. A forum for expression, crystallization, and consideration of collective views 4. A forum for amicably settling disputes

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

What is Planning
1. Setting Priorities 2. Common goals 3. Agree on outcomes/results 4. Define where one wants to go, how to get there within a prescribe time period 5. Doing the right things in the right order

Importance
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail Establish a course of action Allows organization to constantly review its current operations Efficient use of resources Creates an atmosphere of cooperation

GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE (Sec. 16 LGC)


Preservation and enrichment of culture; Promotion of health and safety; Right of the people to a balanced ecology; Development of appropriate and selfreliant scientific and technological capabilities;

GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE (Sec. 16 LGC) Improvement of public morals; Economic prosperity and social justice; Full employment among their residents; Peace and order; and Comfort and convenience of their inhabitants

BASIC SERVICES AND FACILITIES (Sec. 17 LGC) Agricultural support services (planting materials distribution system and operation of farm produce collection and buying stations) Health and social welfare services (maintenance of barangay health center and day care center)

Services and facilities related to hygiene and sanitation, beautification, and solid waste collection; Maintenance of Katarungang Pambarangay; Maintenance of barangay roads and bridges and water supply systems;

Infrastructure facilities such as multi-purpose hall, multi-purpose pavement, plaza, sports center, and other similar facilities; Information and reading center; and Satellite or public market, where viable

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Investment Programming
A process of rational listing of programs and projects planned to be undertaken within a given time frame for the purpose of enhancing the process of asset generation and capital accumulation for some desired future benefits for the institution.

It is essential allowing the barangay to analyze its sources of income that will be used to implement its plan.

Section 18 LGC. Power to Generate and Apply Resources


1. 2. 3. 4. To create its own sources of revenue To levy taxes, fees and charges To have just share in the national taxes To have an equitable share from utilization and development of national wealth and resources 5. To acquire, develop, lease, encumber, alienate or otherwise dispose of real or personal property

Section 152 LGC. Scope of Taxing Powers


1. 2. 3. 4. Taxes on stores and retailers Service Fees or Charges Barangay Clearance Other fees and charges
- Commercial breeding of fighting cocks, cockfights and cockpits - Places of recreation which charge admission fees - Billboards, signboards, neon signs and outdoor advertisements

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Budgeting
Critical exercise of allocating revenues and borrowed funds to attain the economic and social goals of the country Management of government expenditures in such a way that will create the most economic impact

Importance
It enables the government to plan and manage its financial resources to support the implementation of various programs and projects that best promote the development of the country Through the budget, the government can prioritize and put into action its plans, programs and policies

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Program Implementation
Execution of the Plan Putting agreed programs, projects into action

Coordination with mun/prov/natl Alignment to the mun/prov/natl plans Barangay Legislation - Enforcement Regulatory measures - Legislative measures in support to program implementation Role of the Sanggunian

LOCAL LEGISLATION Local Legislative Power

-Authority to propose, enact and amend or repeal laws applicable within the territorial jurisdiction of the local government unit -Delegated power from the Congress to make LGUs more accountable

Importance of Local Legislation


-Provides a mechanism and defines the course of actions to be undertaken Example: 1. Police Power Enactment of general ordinances 2. Power of eminent domain Expropriation Ordinance 3. Taxing Power Tax ordinances 4. Disbursement of funds appropriations ordinance

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

Cyclical Process
Planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

Investment Programming

Program Implementation

Budgeting

What is Monitoring
Looking into the process, going towards the target, right selection of beneficiaries

Procedures are being followed according to the work plan


Meeting our target or not (target monitoring), activity monitoring

What is Monitoring
Continuous info collection/ analysis/ reporting for decision making

Program is going in right direction as planned in the project document

Monitoring

Monitoring is the recording

Whether right thing is being delivered to the right people at the right time in a right way (process)

Evaluation
Judging, appraising, determining the worth, value, or quality of a project to make necessary decisions.
In terms of: Relevance ( consistent with the intended impacts
and effects)

Effectiveness (To what extent were the objectives


achieved)

In terms of:

Efficiency - signifies that the aid uses the least costly


resources in order to achieve the desired results

Sustainability - with measuring whether the benefits


of an activity are likely to continue

Impact - real difference has the activity made to the


beneficiaries? How many people have been affected?

Why monitor and evaluate?


1. To assess project results 2. To improve project management and process planning 3. To promote learning 4. To understand different stakeholders perspective 5. To ensure accountability

On a final note

Dont let the things happen in their own way.

The rule for effective governance is simple. When there is a problem, you fix it. That is the job you have been sent to and you cannot wait for someone else to do it for you.

Republic of the Philippines

Department of the Interior and Local Government Local Government Academy