LGMPS

LOCAL GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The Local Governance Performance Management System or LGPMS for brevity is a self-assessment management tool for local governments. It is a web-based system that has the ability to produce information on the state of local governance performance, and the state of local development, using governance and development indicators.

BENEFITS OF LGPMS

FOR LGUs

  1. Indicates areas to further enhance local capabilities
  2. Suggests creative ways in the delivery of high quality public services
  3. Enhances local planning and budgeting processes
  4. Stimulates innovations
  5. Strengthens transparency, accountability and other principles of good local governance
  6. HELPS ACHIEVE A FOCUSED VISION FOR THE FUTURE

FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC

  1. Better awareness of LGU operations and challenges
  2. Stimulates effective participation in governance
  3. Conveying citizens’ agenda to local government officials

FOR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

  1. Guides decisions and actions based on levels of LGU performance, productivity, and development conditions
  2. Helps coordinate “diverse” national efforts for a more focused assistance to LGUs, and best use of limited funds
  3. Identifies good local governance and sustainable development practices

FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS

  1. More focused assistance to LGUs

LGPMS INDICATOR STRUCTURE

The LGPMS is composed of two core indicator clusters: Governance Indicators Cluster and Development Indicators Cluster. Governance Indicators are collected and reported annually, while development indicators are collected and reported every three years.

The Governance Indicators Cluster is composed of five Performance Areas and 20 Service Areas.

Governance Indicators Cluster

Performance Area

Service Area

1. Administrative Governance

            1. Local Legislation

2. Development Planning

3. Revenue Generation

4. Resource Allocation and Utilization

5. Customer Service

6. Human Resource Management and Development

2. Social Governance

1. Health Service

2. Support to Education

3. Support to Housing and Basic Utilities

4. Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management

3. Economic Governance

            1. Support to Agriculture Sector

2. Support to Fishery Services

3. Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion

4. Environmental Governance

            1. Forest Ecosystem Management

2. Freshwater Ecosystem Management

3. Coastal Marine Ecosystem Management

4. Urban Ecosystem Management

5. Valuing Fundamentals of

   Good Governance

1. Transparency

2. Participation

3. Financial Accountability

The Development Indicators Cluster is composed of three sectors and 11 sub-sectors.

Development Indicators Cluster

Development Sector

Development Sub-Sector

1. Social Development

  1. State of Health and Nutrition
  2. State of Education
  3. State of Housing and Basic Utilities
  4. Peace and Order Condition

2. Economic Development

  1. State of Income
  2. State of Employment

3. Environmental

Development

  1. State of Agricultural Ecosystem
  2. State of Forest Ecosystem
  3. State of Coastal Marine Ecosystem
  4. State of Freshwater Ecosystem
  5. State of Urban Ecosystem

The LGPMS Online Reports:

There are two levels of online reports – one is the e-report for provincial, city and municipal governments, and the other are the summaries of reports at the provincial, regional and national levels.

  1. e-Reports for the Provincial, City and Municipal Governments

The electronic reports that can be generated for city and municipal governments are:

a. State of Local Governance Performance e-Report (e-SLGPR);

b. Financial Performance e-Report ; and

c. State of Local Development e-Report (e-SLDR)

  1. The electronic reports that can be generated for provincial governments are:

a. State of Local Governance Performance e-Report (e-SLGPR);and

b. Financial Performance e-Report

LGPMS Website - www.blgs.gov.ph/lgpms

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LGPMS PERFORMANCE SCALE

OVER-ALL PERFORMANCE INDEX (OPI)

2012

Provincial Summary Report

Benguet, e-SLGPR - DCY 2012

Administrative Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

Performance Description

Local Legislation

Development Planning

Revenue Generation

Resource Allocation and Utilization

Customer Service - Civil Applications

Human Resource Management and Development

Excellent

0

0

0

1

0

11

High

6

10

5

5

13

1

Fair

6

2

4

2

0

1

Low

1

1

4

5

0

0

Very Low

0

0

0

0

0

0

No Data

0

0

0

0

0

0

Note: Total No. of Component LGUs is 13

Administrative Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

 

Component LGU

Income Class

Local Legislation

Development Planning

Revenue Generation

Resource Allocation and Utilization

Customer Service - Civil Applications

Human Resource Management and Development

1

Itogon

1st

3.70

4.79

2.78

2.09

4.60

5.00

2

La Trinidad

1st

4.75

4.80

4.59

2.33

4.80

5.00

3

Mankayan

1st

3.75

4.24

3.33

3.33

4.80

5.00

4

Tuba

1st

4.67

4.11

2.85

3.55

4.80

5.00

5

Bakun

3rd

2.94

3.47

4.59

4.82

4.80

3.80

6

Buguias

3rd

4.28

4.24

2.85

2.15

4.80

5.00

7

Atok

4th

3.25

2.91

3.42

2.09

4.80

5.00

8

Bokod

4th

3.50

4.81

4.85

4.67

4.80

5.00

9

Kabayan

4th

3.67

4.91

3.59

4.88

4.80

5.00

10

Kapangan

4th

3.86

4.23

3.00

2.21

4.80

5.00

11

Kibungan

4th

4.34

3.24

2.76

4.09

4.80

5.00

12

Sablan

5th

4.92

4.67

4.11

4.67

4.60

4.60

13

Tublay

5th

4.22

4.24

4.26

5.00

4.80

5.00

Provincial Summary Report

Benguet, e-SLGPR - DCY 2012

Social Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

Performance Description

Health Services

Support to Education Services

Support to Housing and Basic Utilities

Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management

Excellent

3

2

4

1

High

10

7

4

10

Fair

0

3

0

2

Low

0

1

0

0

Very Low

0

0

5

0

No Data

0

0

0

0

Note: Total No. of Component LGUs is 13

Social Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

 

Component LGU

Income Class

Health Services

Support to Education Services

Support to Housing and Basic Utilities

Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management

1

Itogon

1st

4.84

4.50

4.20

4.67

2

La Trinidad

1st

5.00

5.00

5.00

4.78

3

Mankayan

1st

4.60

4.15

5.00

4.72

4

Tuba

1st

5.00

4.80

4.20

4.41

5

Bakun

3rd

4.57

2.85

4.20

3.33

6

Buguias

3rd

4.97

4.20

1.00

4.65

7

Atok

4th

4.81

3.35

1.00

3.92

8

Bokod

4th

4.76

5.00

5.00

4.28

9

Kabayan

4th

4.93

4.40

1.00

4.41

10

Kapangan

4th

4.76

3.35

4.20

4.45

11

Kibungan

4th

4.87

3.65

1.00

4.25

12

Sablan

5th

4.85

4.15

1.80

4.07

13

Tublay

5th

5.00

4.50

5.00

5.00

Provincial Summary Report

Benguet, e-SLGPR - DCY 2012

Economic Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

Performance Description

Support to Agriculture Sector

Support to Fishery Services

Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion

Excellent

0

0

0

High

5

0

4

Fair

7

0

8

Low

0

0

1

Very Low

1

0

0

No Data

0

0

0

Note: Total No. of Component LGUs is 13

Economic Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

 

Component LGU

Income Class

Support to Agriculture Sector

Support to Fishery Services

Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion

1

Itogon

1st

3.86

 

3.54

2

La Trinidad

1st

3.71

 

3.94

3

Mankayan

1st

4.57

 

4.67

4

Tuba

1st

3.90

 

4.88

5

Bakun

3rd

1.50

 

3.02

6

Buguias

3rd

3.29

 

3.60

7

Atok

4th

4.00

 

3.38

8

Bokod

4th

4.57

 

4.31

9

Kabayan

4th

3.81

 

3.40

10

Kapangan

4th

4.00

 

3.65

11

Kibungan

4th

3.81

 

3.31

12

Sablan

5th

3.24

 

2.40

13

Tublay

5th

4.95

 

4.94

Note: Blank cell means "Not Applicable"

 

Provincial Summary Report

Benguet, e-SLGPR - DCY 2012

Environmental Governance 
Data Capture Form,2012

Performance Description

Forest Ecosystems Management

Freshwater Ecosystems Management

Coastal Marine Ecosystems Management

Urban Ecosystems Management

Excellent

13

10

0

0

High

0

1

0

6

Fair

0

1

0

5

Low

0

0

0

2

Very Low

0

1

0

0

No Data

0

0

0

0

Note: Total No. of Component LGUs is 13

Environmental Governance 
Data Capture Form,2012

 

Component LGU

Income Class

Forest Ecosystems Management

Freshwater Ecosystems Management

Coastal Marine Ecosystems Management

Urban Ecosystems Management

1

Itogon

1st

5.00

5.00

 

3.53

2

La Trinidad

1st

5.00

5.00

 

4.65

3

Mankayan

1st

5.00

4.67

 

4.63

4

Tuba

1st

5.00

5.00

 

4.13

5

Bakun

3rd

5.00

3.67

 

2.58

6

Buguias

3rd

5.00

5.00

 

4.33

7

Atok

4th

5.00

1.00

 

3.35

8

Bokod

4th

5.00

5.00

 

3.95

9

Kabayan

4th

5.00

5.00

 

3.63

10

Kapangan

4th

5.00

5.00

 

4.00

11

Kibungan

4th

5.00

5.00

 

2.62

12

Sablan

5th

5.00

5.00

 

3.60

13

Tublay

5th

5.00

5.00

 

4.63

Note: Blank cell means "Not Applicable"

 

Provincial Summary Report

Benguet, e-SLGPR - DCY 2012

Valuing Fundamentals of Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

Performance Description

Participation

Transparency

Financial Accountability

Excellent

9

2

2

High

3

11

11

Fair

1

0

0

Low

0

0

0

Very Low

0

0

0

No Data

0

0

0

Note: Total No. of Component LGUs is 13

Valuing Fundamentals of Governance
Data Capture Form,2012

 

Component LGU

Income Class

Participation

Transparency

Financial Accountability

1

Itogon

1st

4.83

5.00

4.72

2

La Trinidad

1st

5.00

5.00

5.00

3

Mankayan

1st

5.00

4.87

4.85

4

Tuba

1st

5.00

4.73

4.64

5

Bakun

3rd

3.83

4.20

4.62

6

Buguias

3rd

5.00

4.33

5.00

7

Atok

4th

4.00

4.47

4.72

8

Bokod

4th

4.33

4.60

4.64

9

Kabayan

4th

5.00

4.60

4.72

10

Kapangan

4th

5.00

4.47

4.89

11

Kibungan

4th

5.00

4.60

4.89

12

Sablan

5th

5.00

4.47

4.11

13

Tublay

5th

5.00

4.73

4.75

 Performance Area 2009 LGPMS

Administrative Governance

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Your LGU is doing an excellent performance in 1 out of 5 sub-areas of Administrative Governance. Sustain Performance in this area:

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Interpretation

Human Resource Management and Development

Managing the human resource is geared towards a desired end which is "desirable organizational performance and productivity".

Area(s) for Improvement

The areas for improvement are listed by priority, starting from the area which gets the lowest performance scale followed by areas which get higher performance scales, respectively.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Local Legislation

3.68
Fair

The imperatives of quality legislation have to be looked into. This might mean looking into legislative staff competence and the greater use of legislative tools such agenda development, legislative tracking, backstopping committee and legislative performance.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Revenue Generation

4.84
High but not Excellent

Existing measures in support of revenue generation need to be enhanced. This is an initial yet essential step in maximizing revenue generation potentials.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Development Planning

4.87
High but not Excellent

Improvements in the following areas are underscored: (a) organizational performance; (b) consultation process; and (c) management of planning database. These areas are instrumental in quality land use and development planning, or lack of it.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Resource Allocation and Utilization

4.88
High but not Excellent

Management and coordination processes for budgeting and accounting are in place. However, these processes need to be revisited and improved. They are guarantees to an effective allocation and optimum utilization of financial resources.

Economic Governance

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Your LGU is doing an excellent performance in 1 out of 2 sub-areas of Economic Governance. Sustain Performance in this area:

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Interpretation

Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion

Very capable of promoting a business-friendly environment. Customer-oriented civil application system is in place. Speedy processing and release of building, occupancy and business permits characterize the system (for municipalities and cities) . A management authority is created to take the lead in promoting the investment potentials of the LGU. Initiatives such as provision of tax incentives, assistance in product labeling especially for SMEs and support to job fairs are in place.

 Area(s) for Improvement

The areas for improvement are listed by priority, starting from the area which gets the lowest performance scale followed by areas which get higher performance scales, respectively.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Support to Agriculture Sector

4.50
High but not Excellent

Local government support is extended to the Agriculture Sector. But greater intervention is necessary.

Suggested Action(s) to Take

  • Improve infrastructure support, e.g. communal irrigation system, farm-to-market roads, post-harvest facilities
  • Improve credit facilitation services to farmers
  • Extend adequate production support, e.g. planting materials, fertilizers, and laboratory services such as soil testing
  • Provide assistance to research and development, e.g. techno-demo cooperators, and research institutes
  • Improve market development services, e.g. trade fairs, exhibits, missions and congresses
  • Reach more farming-household beneficiaries

Social Governance

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Your LGU is doing an excellent performance in 1 out of 4 sub-areas of Social Governance. Sustain Performance in this area:

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Interpretation

Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management

Appropriate structure and plan for community and child protection are established. Funding and other essential support for protective services and the KatarungangPambarangay are ensured. Crime incidence is reduced, and most if not all interpersonal disputes are immediately and amicably settled. The Local Disaster Coordinating Council is functional - which is a measure of disaster-preparedness.There is a high level of readiness to respond to, or manage, the risks attendant in a disaster or calamity - including relief and rehabilitation.

Area(s) for Improvement

The areas for improvement are listed by priority, starting from the area which gets the lowest performance scale followed by areas which get higher performance scales, respectively.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Support to Housing and Basic Utilities

3.60
Fair

A certain level of support is extended to the housing services sector. However, further assistance to concerns such as the following is encouraged.

Suggested Action(s) to Take

  • Complete an inventory of: informal settlers, makeshift houses, sites for potential socialized housing, households with no access to potable water supply, and households with no access to electricity
  • Cause the donation of a local government lot for socialized housing, or provide socialized housing or mass dwelling in partnership with the private sector. Housing is an inalienable right

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Support to Education Services

4.80
High but not Excellent

A certain level of support to basic education is extended. However, further assistance to matters such as the following is encouraged. The Local School Board might have to do more to advance the cause of those in need of quality education.

Suggested Action(s) to Take

  • Establish or improve the quality of the Alternative Learning System

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Health Services

4.89
High but not Excellent

The overall quality of the local health system deserves a second look. This is so because performance falls short in certain aspects. The principal support system on this matter is the Local Health Board. It might have to do more.

Suggested Action(s) to Take

  • Improve the quality of primary health care or basic curative services
  • Improve the quality of maternal care services
  • Improve the quality of child care services

Valuing Fundamentals of Governance

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Your LGU is doing an excellent performance in 1 out of 3 sub-areas of Valuing Fundamentals of Governance. Sustain Performance in this area:

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Interpretation

Participation

Engaging the citizens and CSOs in local governance has achieved an admirable level of maturity. Proofs to this are CSO participation in decision-making through the Local Special Bodies, CSO involvement in local development projects and Citizens Feedback.

 Area(s) for Improvement

The areas for improvement are listed by priority, starting from the area which gets the lowest performance scale followed by areas which get higher performance scales, respectively.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Transparency

4.47
High but not Excellent

Promoting transparency in governmental transactions and practicing it require a certain degree of urgency. Communicating information which the public should know or should be aware of such as plans, programs, services and special events is a step in the right direction. Maximizing communication channels like a Bulletin Board, a Public Information Office or Desk, the print or broadcast media, a website and public forum is desired. After all, good local governance is synonymous to transparent governance.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Financial Accountability

4.51
High but not Excellent

Efforts to improve financial accountability are acknowledged. However, administrative capacity to ensure observance of guidelines relative to accounting, internal control, procurement and financial transactions need to be strengthened.

Environmental Governance

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Your LGU is doing an excellent performance in 2 out of 3 sub-areas of Environmental Governance . Sustain Performance in this area:

Area(s) with Excellent Performance

Interpretation

Forest Ecosystems Management

Forest ecosystem management is central to the concerns of the LGU. Long-term planning is paramount. CSOs and citizens are mobilized in forest protection. Areas for reforestation and protection are set, and that target areas for reforestation and protection are met.

Freshwater Ecosystems Management

Freshwater ecosystem management is of importance to the LGU. Long-term planning is valued. CSO and citizen participation are recognized and are mobilized in fresh water protection and rehabilitation. Areas for rehabilitation and protection are set, and that target areas for rehabilitation and protection are met.

 Area(s) for Improvement

The areas for improvement are listed by priority, starting from the area which gets the lowest performance scale followed by areas which get higher performance scales, respectively.

Priority Area for Improvement

Performance Description

Interpretation

Urban Ecosystems Management

3.56
Fair

Pollution control and proper solid waste management are essential in preserving the integrity of the environment. More need to be done. To gain better performance in this area, consider the following:

Suggested Action(s) to Take

  • Strengthen the Solid Waste Management Board
  • Prepare, if none has been formulated, or improve the quality of, the Solid Waste Management Plan
  • Ensure that every barangay has a material recovery facility
  • Improve solid waste collection practices
  • Move from Open Dumpsite Facility to Controlled Dumpsite Facility to a Sanitary Landfill as the final disposal facility.