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QUESTION: Good Governance Conditions

Executive Order No. 80 mandates the AO25 IATF to determine the good governance conditions for the PBB on a yearly basis. To be eligible for the PBB, departments/agencies must fully comply with good governance conditions, among the other eligibility criteria. The good governance conditions are based on the performance drivers of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RBPMS): (1) financial stewardship, (2) internal process, and (3) leadership, learning and growth.

For the year 2013, the following are the good governance conditions set by the AO25 IATF:

1.      Maintenance/Update of the Agency Transparency Seal. Section 93 of the General Appropriations Act of 2013 (RA 10352) mandates all departments to have a Transparency Seal on their respective websites that should contain the following information:

  • The agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information;
  • Statement of Allotments and Obligations for 2011 and 2012;
  • Financial Accountability Reports (FARs) for 2013;
  • Approved budget and the corresponding MFO targets for fiscal year 2013;
  • Major programs and projects, categorized along the five key results areas of the Aquino Social Contract, as identified by E.O. No. 43, s. 2011;
  • Program/projects beneficiaries as identified in the applicable special provisions;
  • Status of implementation and program/project evaluation and/or assessment reports; and
  • Annual procurement plan, contracts awarded and the name of contractors/suppliers/consultants.

2.     Maintenance/Update of the posting of bid notices and awards on the website of Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS). Agencies of the government must ensure that all Invitations to Bid and awarded contracts are posted on the PhilGEPS website, pursuant to the Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Government Procurement Reform Act (RA No. 9184).

3.     Liquidation of all cash advances to officials and employees. The Commission on Audit (COA) requires that all transactions made for FY 2013 be liquidated. Departments and agencies are mandated to submit directly to COA their reports on all cash advances to officials and employees. COA shall monitor the compliance of all departments and agencies and shall provide the AO25 IATF a report thereof.

4.     Update of the department/agency’s Citizen’s Charter or its equivalent. The updated Citizen’s Charter shall reflect improvements in the service delivery of the department/agency. Pursuant to the provisions of the Anti-Red Tape Act (RA 9485), the Citizen’s Charter shall detail (a) the procedure to obtain a particular service; (b) the person/s responsible for each step; (c) the maximum time to conclude the process; (d) the document/s to be presented by the customer, if necessary; (e) the amount of fees, if necessary; and (f) the procedure for filing complaints. These information must be posted at conspicuous places at all department/agency offices, as well as on their respective websites.

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5.     Compliance with submission and review of the Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) of officials and employees per RA 6713. All public officials and employees are obliged by the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees to disclose and declare under oath their assets, liabilities and net worth as well as their business interests and financial connections and those of their spouses and children under 18.


QUESTION: Criteria for Eligibility

To be eligible for the PBB, a department/agency must:

  1. achieve at least 90% of each one of their performance targets for the delivery of Major Final Outputs (MFOs), Support to Operations (STO) and General Administration and Support Services (GASS) for FY 2013;
  2. achieve at least 90% of each one of the priority program/project targets agreed with the President under the five key result areas as defined in Executive Order No. 43. These are
    1. transparent, accountable and participatory governance,
    2. poverty reduction and empowerment of the poor and vulnerable,
    3. rapid, inclusive and sustained economic growth,
    4. just and lasting peace and the rule of law, and
    5. integrity of the environment and climate change adaptation and mitigation;
    6. satisfy 100% of the good governance conditions set by the IATF for FY 2013; and
    7. rank performance of bureaus or delivery units and the personnel within these units.

Departments/agencies shall submit compliance reports or certifications. Those that do not meet any of these targets will be rendered ineligible for the 2013 PBB. Inconsistency and inaccuracy of the compliance reports/certifications made by the department/agency may also be considered a ground for disqualification from the PBB, upon proper determination and due process.



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