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  • Performance Measurement – collecting data, analyze the data (variance) and reporting the resultsPerformance Management – collect and analyze data, identify gaps and develop action plans or appropriate measure to close or address the gaps.LGPMS – a web-based system that has the ability to produce information on the state of local governance and state of local development.
  • Linking LGPMS Information to ActionsSuggested Areas for Improvement and Core Development Challenges as presented in the electronic reports, are the priority areas that need to be looked into. Again, all these information are useless if not linked to desirable actions towards improving local government administration and uplifting local socio-economic development conditions. Linking LGPMS Information to meaningful action simply means: In Planning and Budgeting - the LGPMS results are inputs when:revisiting or preparing the Comprehensive Development Plan or the Executive and Legislative Agenda (if CDP is not yet prepared).preparing the Annual Investment Plan and the Annual Budget, especially when prioritizing programs and projects. For provincial, regional and national governments, the LGPMS results are important inputs in identifying LGUs that need more assistance and on the type of assistance necessary. In Strengthening Institutional Capacity – LGPMS results are useful in identifying institutional capacity development gaps. Results find utility in the formulation of the Capacity Development Agenda (which is a component of the CDP). In Project Development - LGPMS results are inputs in the preparation of project proposals and concept papers, for funding from local or external sources.  In Policy Development – LGPMS results are inputs in the review or in the formulation of sound policy interventions at the local or national government level. In Reporting to the Public – LGPMS results are inputs to reports to the public, highlighting on the strengths of the LGU and on the development gaps that need to be addressed. In Performance Monitoring – through access to the on-line LGPMS, key accountable officials such as the Local Chief Executive are informed of: (a) performance or the lack of it, either of the local government machinery as a whole or of administrative offices or of those offices created and funded to deliver frontline services; and (b) obtaining development conditions. In the case of a head of a local government, decisions and actions are thus better informed and the desired results in the exercise of executive management, direction and control are better assured of support, commitment and success.
  • Lgpms ppt

    1. 1. Local Governance Performance Management System DILG – NCR
    2. 2. The LGPMS • Shift from performance measurement to performance management, • Tool to help LGUs identify development gaps and to guide them in determining appropriate executive and legislative actions to address such gaps
    3. 3. •a Self Assessment Tool Characteristics of the LGPMS •a Survey Tool
    4. 4. Why Implement the LGPMS? • For LGUs ▫ To monitor their performance, ▫ To assess their state of development to influence local and national decisions or actions relative to service delivery and to address development gaps in the locality
    5. 5. • For DILG - to link the information generated from the system to Department plans and programs that impact on local governments Why Implement the LGPMS? • Other Users - to facilitate research and the pooling of information about local governments as inputs to development studies, policy or project development
    6. 6. STATE OF LOCAL GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE STATE OF DEVELOPMENT • Valuing Fundamentals of Good Governance • Administrative Governance • Social Governance • Economic Governance • Environmental Governance • Social Well-Being • Economic Development • Environmental Health CORE INDICATOR CLUSTERS
    7. 7. GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE GOVERNANCE AREA GOVERNANCE SUB-AREA VALUING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE 1. Transparency 2. Participation 3. Financial Accountability 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 SOCIAL GOVERNANCE 1. Health Service 2. Support to Education 3. Support to Housing and Basic Utilities 4. Peace, Security and Disaster Risk Management ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE 1. Support to Agriculture Sector 2. Support to Fishery Services 3. Entrepreneurship, Business and Industry Promotion ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE 1. Forest Ecosystem Management 2. Freshwater Ecosystem Management 3. Coastal Marine Ecosystem Management 4. Urban Ecosystem Management
    8. 8. STATE OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Development Area Development Sub-Area Social Development 1. State of and Nutrition 2. State of 3. State of and Basic Utilities 4. Peace and Order Condition Economic Development 1. State of Income 2. State of Employment Environmental Health 1. State of Agricultural Ecosystem 2. State of Ecosystem 3. State of Coastal Marine Ecosystem 4. State of Freshwater Ecosystem 5. State of Urban Ecosystem
    9. 9. Basic e-Reports of LGPMS Provides information on Service Areas where the LGU attain Excellent Performance and Areas for Improvement Provides basic interpretation of the performance, as well as suggested actions which the LGU may wish to pursue. State of Local Governance Performance e-Report (e-SLGPR)
    10. 10. It contains graphical presentations of LGU’s Financial Performance on 11 Financial Indicators. An LGU is compared to national average of LGUS with the same LGU Type and Income class . Financial Performance e-Report Basic e-Reports of LGPMS
    11. 11. What kind of information are produced? Web-format: 1. Graphical Presentation (Wheel Chart) of the locality’s development condition 2. Socio-Economic and Environmental Interdependencies (Sectoral Development Plot) Downloadable-format: 1. Graphical Presentation (bar chart) of the locality’s development condition by sub-sector with interpretation guide at the indicator level. State of Local Development Report (e-SLDR)
    12. 12. LGPMS Process 1. Setting Up the Database 2. Data Gathering and Certification 3. Online Data Entry, Clean Up and Review 4. Generation of Reports 5. Utilizing the Results
    13. 13. Linking LGPMS Information to Actions
    14. 14. Linking LGPMS Information to Actions • Planning and Budgeting • Strengthening Institutional Capacity • Project Development • Policy Development • Reporting to the Public • Performance Monitoring PPA – LGU-DILG PERFORMANCE DEV