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BGPMS

Barangay Governance
Performance
Management System

DILG CALABARZON

WHAT IS THE BARANGAY


GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?
The BGPMS is an assessment tool
that
measures
the
barangays
delivery
of
services
and
accomplishments in relations to
their functions as mandated in RA
7160 and other related issuances.

NATIONAL BARANGAY OPERATIONS OFFICE


Community Affairs and Political Development Division

Legal Bases of BGPMS


The 1987 Philippine Constitution
in Article X, Section 3, mandates
that Congress shall enact a Local
Government
Code
which
shall
provide a more responsive and
accountable
local
government
structure
instituted
through
a
system of decentralizationallocate
among the different LGUs their
powers,
responsibilities
and
resources, and providepowers
functions and duties of local officials
xxx.

Legal Basis for BGPMS


From the 1991 Local Government Code
Section 3 (h)
there shall be a continuing
mechanism to enhance
local
autonomy not only by legislative
acts but also by administrative
and organizational reforms;
Section 3 (m)
the national government
shall ensure that
decentralization contributes to
the continuing improvement of
the performance of local
government units and the
quality of community life.

Sections 16 & 17
(roles and
responsibilities of
local authorities)
require the
development of
management tools
and approaches to
assess the efficiency
of the processes and
the quality of public
service that LGUs
render.

WHY MEASURE BARANGAY


GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE?
To determine and assess their level of
compliance to the Code and other laws,
especially in the identified service areas
through the BGPMS scoring and rating
system; and
To improve the quality of policies and
programs based on the problems identified
and defined per service area.

Scope and Focus of the


BGPMS
The BGPMS shall FOCUS ON the following
priority performance areas:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Governance;
Administration;
Social Services;
Economic Development; and
Environmental Management.

These performance areas are further subdivided into


several service areas as shown below:
Performance Area

Service Area

1. Governance

Barangay Legislation
Transparency
Participation

2. Administration

Development Planning
Revenue Generation
Resource Allocation/Utilization
Financial Accountability
Customer Service
Human Resource Management &
Development

3. Social Services

Health and Nutrition


Education and Sports
Public Safety and Disaster Risk Management

4. Economic
Development

Agriculture and Fisheries


Entrepreneurship, Business & Industry
Promotion

5. Environmental
Management

Natural Resource Management


Waste Management & Pollution Control

Benefits of BGPMS
Through the BGPMS, we
determine
the presence and absence of:

easily

barangay compliance to laws and


presidential directives;
facilities and equipment;
managerial and administrative
capacities of barangay officials;
and
programs and projects being
implemented.

FOR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT/


POLICYMAKERS

Serve as basis in formulating policy


that would rationalize assistance to
barangays.

CITY/MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Be apprised of the present state or level of
performance of component barangays
Be guided in the formulation of integrated policies,
plans and programs that lead to the barangays
efficient delivery of basic services and effective
discharge of its functions and responsibilities; and
Be provided with vital data in the
accomplishments of their respective LGPMS.

BARANGAY GOVERNMENT/ BARANGAY


OFFICIALS
1. Raise awareness on their state or level of
performance in relation to the following;
- Benchmark generated information/data for the
preparation of plans, budget and assessment
of their skills and training needs;
-. identified presence or absence of services
and facilities which serve as guide in
enhancing the delivery of service to their
constituents.
2. Promote transparency and accountability in
barangay governance through compliance to laws
and other issuances

COVERAGE

BGPMS is to be implemented in
42,028 barangays by 2014.
Initially, BGPMS was implemented in 1,634
barangays at one barangay per city and
municipality in 2011.

MECHANICS OF
IMPLEMENTATION

MECHANICS OF IMPLEMENTATION

I. Creation of BGPMS Barangay Assessment Team (BAT)


The Punong Barangay thru an Executive Order or the
Sangguniang Barangay thru a Resolution shall create the BGPMS
Barangay Assessment Team (BAT) with the following
composition
and functions:
A.
Composition:

Chairperson :

Punong Barangay or his/her


designated representative
Members
:
Three (3) Sangguniang Barangay Members
(Chairs of Appropriation Committee,
Education & Livelihood and the Sangguniang
Kabataan Chairperson)
Barangay Secretary
Barangay Treasurer
2 Civil Society Organization (CSO) Representatives

MECHANICS OF IMPLEMENTATION

I. Creation of BGPMS .
B. Functions :

Coordinate with the DILG City/Municipality Office on project


implementation;
Gather information using the data capture form (DCF);
Assign point score using the BGPMS Scaling System;
Analyze the assessment result;
Prepare and present the State of Barangay Governance
Report (SBGR) to the Sangguniang Barangay and the
Barangay Development Council (BDC); and
Furnish one (1) copy of SBGR to the respective DILG
City/Municipal Office and City/Municipal Mayors.

MECHANICS OF IMPLEMENTATION

II. Orientation of BGPMS Barangay Assessment Team


(BAT)

The DILG C/MLGOOs, in coordination with the


concerned City/Municipal Officials and other agencies,
shall orient the members of their functions and the
requirements of the project.

III. Data Gathering


The BAT shall gather and assess data every January of
the immediate preceding year.

MECHANICS OF IMPLEMENTATION

IV. Data Processing and Analysis

Data processing and analysis shall focus on the following:

1. Level of performance by the barangay per


performance area;
2. Identification of gaps and issues; and
3. Intervention/s to be undertaken.
V. Preparation of State of Barangay Governance
Report (SBGR)

The BGPMS BAT shall prepare the SBGR. This is a


brief report that includes the following:

Preliminaries
Executive Summary
Report Findings on the Performance Area
Conclusions (based on findings per performance
area)

MECHANICS OF IMPLEMENTATION

VI. Conduct of Exit Conference

An Exit Conference with the members of the


Sangguniang Barangay, Barangay Development Council
and the City/Municipal Planning Development Council or
their representative shall be conducted by the team to
present the SBGR and to discuss the gaps, priority
concerns, interventions to address identified issues and
problems.
VII. Frequency of BGPMS and Calendar of Activities

Activity
Schedule
1. The
Conduct
of Dataof
Gathering
conduct
assessment January
shall be done annually in
2. Data Processing and Analysis
February
accordance
with the following Calendar
of Activities:
3. Preparation of SBGR
Not later than March 15

4. Conduct of Exit Conference


Not later than March 20
5. Submission of SBGR to the DILG End of March
C/MLGOOs and the City/Municipal
Mayors.

SAMPLE DCF
I. Performance
Area

GOVERNANCE

Local
Service Area
Legislation
1.1

Point
Score

Servic
e Area
Avera
SubInd
ge
Ind

1.1 Formulated Sanggunian Barangay Internal Rules


N

.1 of Procedure
Yes o

1.1. Conducted Regular Sessions (twice a month or


24 times a year)
2

- if NO. indicate the


number

N
Yes o

1.1. Enacted General Ordinances (Year Under Review, with


public hearings)
3

N
Yes o

- if YES, indicate number of GOs


enacted

1.1. Passed Resolutions (Year Under


Review)
4
- if YES, indicate number of

Resolutions passed


N
Yes o

1.1. Approved Annual Budget for the Ensuing

ROLES OF
DILG OFFICES AND
LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

ROLES OF DILG OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

A. DILG OFFICES
I. The DILG Central Office
Oversee the nationwide implementation of BGPMS;
Provide policy direction and guidelines for its implementation;
Provide technical assistance to and coordinate with the DILG
Regional Offices in the implementation of the project;
Monitor project implementation and submit reports to SILG
thru USLG; and
Conduct periodic evaluation.

ROLES OF DILG OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

II. The DILG Regional Office

Oversee region-wide project implementation;


Coordinate closely with DILG Central Office on
policy matters;
Conduct region-wide orientation workshops;
Provide technical assistance to DILG
City/Municipal Office;
Monitor project implementation;
Maintain accomplished BGPMS Monitoring
Forms 1, 2 & 3; and
Assist in the conduct of the periodic
evaluation.

ROLES OF DILG OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

III. The DILG Provincial Office


. Oversee the province-wide project
implementation;
. Coordinate with the DILG Regional Office on
project operationalization;
. Conduct province-wide orientation workshops;
. Provide technical assistance to DILG
City/Municipal Office on project implementation;
. Conduct monitoring and evaluation;
. Submit BGPMS Monitoring Form 2 to DILG
Regional Office;
. Maintain BGPMS Monitoring Forms 1 and 2; and

ROLES OF DILG OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

IV. The DILG City/Municipal Office

Oversee the city/municipal-wide project


implementation;
Coordinate closely with the DILG Provincial Office
on project implementation;
Conduct orientations/trainings and provide
technical assistance to the Barangay Assessment
Team;
Monitor project implementation in all barangays;
Ensure timely submission of the State of
Barangay Governance Report (SBGR) by the
BGPMS Barangay Assessment Team;
Submit BGPMS Monitoring Form 1 to DILG

ROLES OF DILG OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

B. Local Government Units


B.1

The Provincial Government


May provide technical and logistical support to
their component barangays.

B.2

City/Municipal Government

Ensure the smooth implementation of


BGPMS, and
Extend logistical support when necessary

(Per C/M mandate of supervision over component barangays ;


and considering that the SBGRs are vital inputs to C/M SLGR and
Development Plans)

NATIONAL SUMMARY
BARANGAY GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BGPMS)
As of April 30, 2013

Total No of Bgys with


SBGR

Total No. of Barangays


Region

Total No. of Total No.


City/Mun
of Bgys

Number of Barangays Assessed


Very Low

Low

Fair

High

Excellent

With
BGPMS

Without
BGPMS

No

No

No

No

No

No

125

3265

3109

95%

156

5%

3086

95%

0%

98

3%

1144

37%

1752

56%

115

4%

II

93

2311

2203

95%

108

5%

2203

95%

0%

74

3%

880

40%

1054

48%

194

9%

III

130

3102

2674

86%

428

14%

2837

91%

0%

48

2%

613

23%

1446

54%

565

21%

IV-A

142

4011

277

7%

3734

93%

279

7%

0%

3%

76

27%

120

43%

72

26%

IV-B

73

1458

1458

97%

41

3%

701

48%

0%

99

7%

597

41%

603

41%

116

8%

114

3471

708

20%

2763

80%

0%

50

7%

279

39%

332

47%

47

7%

VI

133

4051

1376

34%

2675

66%

0%

0%

94

7%

98

7%

28

2%

VII

132

3003

2159

72%

844

28%

0%

108

5%

755

35%

1062

49%

234

11%

VIII

143

4390

2140

49%

2250

51%

13

1%

346

16%

1109

52%

602

28%

70

3%

IX

72

1904

1059

56%

845

44%

1%

92

9%

497

47%

400

38%

62

6%

93

2022

166

8%

1856

92%

166

8%

0%

2%

58

35%

87

52%

18

11%

XI

49

1162

802

69%

360

31%

802

69%

0%

34

4%

330

41%

378

47%

58

7%

XII

50

1194

675

57%

519

43%

0%

1%

127

19%

448

66%

95

14%

XIII

73

1311

401

31%

910

69%

0%

12

3%

132

33%

226

56%

30

7%

NCR

17

1706

1089

64%

617

36%

0%

24

2%

318

29%

473

43%

274

25%

CAR

77

1176

472

40%

704

60%

0%

22

5%

140

30%

230

49%

80

17%

TOTAL

1516

39537

20768

53%

18769

47%

29

0%

1025

5%

7149

34%

9311

45%

2058

10%

*Excluding ARMM with 2,490 bgys

196

2140

12410

5%

49%

31%

End of
Presentation