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P3 MILLION PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE FUND FROM DILGApril 19, 2014

Mayor Belen Fernandez (3rd from left) accepts from DILG Dagupan Director Derick Dawis a check worth  P3 million from the Performance Challenge Fund of the Department of the Interior and Local Government as the city’s incentive for being a recipient of the Seal of Good Housekeeping Award in a  turnover ceremony last April 28 at the City Plaza. The mayor said the fund will be used for the construction of drainage system in Barangay Lucao but with counterpart from the city government also amounting to P3 million.

DAGUPAN CITY – The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) through DILG Dagupan Director Derick Dawis formally turned-over to Mayor Belen T. Fernandez on April 28 P3M check representing the Performance Challenge Fund of the city for being a recipient of the Seal of Good Housekeeping Award.

Fernandez received a congratulatory message from DILG Secretary Mar Roxas in January informing her that the city has successfully meet the requirements of the full disclosure policy, including  the  exemplary standards of frontline services and procurement,  and was  proven to have no adverse or disclaimer audit findings from  the Commission on Audit (COA).

The Seal of Good Housekeeping is a project of the DILG which recognizes LGUs with good performance in internal housekeeping, particularly in the areas of local legislation, development planning, resource generation, resource allocation and utilization, customer service, and human resource management and    development, as well as, in valuing the fundamental of good governance.

The Seal advances the primacy of performance, accountability, transparency and participation. In the 2011 implementation, assessment focused on sound financial management measured through the absence of an adverse or a disclaimer COA opinion on local; financial transaction and on transparency and accountability measured through  the observance of the Full Disclosure Policy.

In accepting the check from Dawis, Fernandez thanked the DILG for recognizing her efforts and accomplishments in pursuing a transparent and accountable Balon Dagupan.

“The award has inspired us to perform better and to further improve our delivery of service to our people,” Fernandez said.

Fernandez said the amount will be used for the construction of drainage system in Barangay Lucao with the same amount as a counterpart of the city government to complete the project and ease the problem of flooding in the city before the rainy season comes.

At the same time, Fernandez was also grateful to Secretary Roxas at whose intervention, together with 4th District Representative Gina De Venecia, the Secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is lending to the city its water master dredging machine to help ease the flooding in the city. (JosephCBacani/CIO/05-02-2014) (CIO photo by Jojo Tamayo)

(taken from http://dagupan.gov.ph/2014/04/p3-million-performance-challenge-fund-from-dilg/)

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