The CDA Gawad Parangal 2014

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The CDA Gawad Parangal 2014

  1. 1. Gawad Parangal 2014
  2. 2. Objectives: • To recognize cooperatives, cooperative development offices, cooperative development councils and leaders for their exemplary performance and bringing responsive services to their member, affiliates and the community; • To search for models of cooperative best practices and good governance that will serve as start up points in establishing of benchmarks and standards of cooperative performance;
  3. 3. Objectives: • To drumbeat public awareness and build social consciousness on the vital role of cooperatives and partners in the attainment of equity, sustainable economic development and social justice; • To motivate other cooperatives to make more involvement and strengthen their meaningful participation not only as passive spectators and beneficiaries of fruits of development and putting them in the mainstream of development process; and • To document profiles of winners as reference material for best and exemplary practices that could be replicated in other areas.
  4. 4. Target /Groups: o Cooperatives - Primary cooperatives - Cooperative Federations - Cooperative Unions o Cooperative Leaders o Local Government Units – Cooperative Development Offices - Provincial; - Municipal/Component City; and - Chartered City o Cooperative Development Councils - Regional Level
  5. 5. A. Most Outstanding Cooperatives - Micro Scale Category - Small Scale Category - Medium Scale Category - Large Scale Category B. Most Outstanding Cooperative Leader Categories of Awards
  6. 6. Categories of Awards C. Best Performing Cooperative Federation - In terms of Membership Expansion D. Best Performing Cooperative Union - In terms of Support Members in the Compliance of Training Requirements
  7. 7. E. Best Performing Local Government Units – Cooperative Development Offices - Exemplary Performance in Providing Support Services To Cooperatives Categories of Awards
  8. 8. F. Best Performing Cooperative Development Council - As effective coordinating body in the implementation of various cooperative programs and projects. Categories of Awards
  9. 9. G. Special Citations - Exemplary Environmental Protection and Conservation Program - Outstanding Community Involvement and Development Program - Excellence in Membership Growth and Expansion Program - Remarkable Cooperative Solidarity and Partnership Program
  10. 10. SCREENING OF COMMITTEES A. Regional Level - Regional Screening committee (RSC) - Regional Board of Judges (RBOJ) B. National Level: - National Screening Committee + Technical Working Committee (TWC) + Program Management Committee(PMC) - National Board of Judges (NBOJ)
  11. 11. Regional Level • REGIONAL SCREENING COMMITTEE - CDA Assistant Regional Director shall sit as the Chairperson - Technical Representatives of Regional Offices of the following agencies: + Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) + Department of Agriculture (DA) + Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) + Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) -Technical Representative of Academe/SUC (selection is at option of CDA-EO) - Technical Representative of Non-Government Organization (NGO) or Private Sector Representative
  12. 12. Regional Level • REGIONAL BOARD OF JUDGES - CDA Regional Director shall sit as the Chairperson - Head of the Regional Offices of the following agencies : + Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) + Department of Agriculture (DA) + Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) + Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) - Regional Head of Academe/SUC (selection is at option of CDA-EO) - Head of Non-Government Organization (NGO) or Private Sector Representative
  13. 13. National Level Member Agencies of the National Screening Committee 1. Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) 2. Senate Committee on Cooperatives 3. House Committee on Cooperatives 4. Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) 5. Department of Agriculture (DA) 6. Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) 7. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) 8. Phil. Association of State Colleges and Universities (PASUC) 9. Meralco Foundation/ABS-CBN Foundation/GMA Foundation/Villar Foundation/Manila Water Foundation
  14. 14. National Level National Screening Committee A. Technical Working Committee (TWC) Head: IDD Director Members are representative from: 1. Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) CRITD, CPDAD, REGISTRATION, FINANCE, SELECTED EOs 2. Senate Committee on Cooperatives 3. House on committee on Cooperatives 4. Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) 5. Department of Agriculture (DA) 6. Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) 7. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) 8. Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) 9. Meralco Foundation/ABS-CBN Foundation/GMA Foundation/Villar Foundation/Manila Water Foundation
  15. 15. National Level National Screening Committee B. Program Management Committee (PMC) Sub-Committees: i. Cooperatives: Adm. M. Castillo; Executive Director- CPDAD Chief; Registration Division Chief ii. Leaders : Adm. E. Castillo; LRD Director; Planning Div. Chief iii. LGU-CDO: Adm. N. Alindogan; Deputy Exec. Director; Legal Division Chief iv. Cooperative Devt. Councils: Adm. Disimban: Finance Division Chief; Supervision and Examination Unit Head CRITD shall be the secretariat of the PMC.
  16. 16. National Level • NATIONAL BOARD OF JUDGES Chairperson – CDA Chairperson Members: 1. Chair, Senate Committee on Cooperatives 2. Chair, House Committee on Cooperatives 3. Representative, DAR 4. Representative, DA 5. Representative, DTI 6. Representative, LBP 7. President, PASUC 8. Chairpersons of the Foundations/ NGOs
  17. 17. Functions of the Committees & the BOJ • Screening Committee (Regional/Provincial levels) Ensures the integrity of evaluation process for the outstanding cooperatives, CDOs, CDCs and leaders by thorough reviewing the documents and validating the same and making recommendations to the Board of Judges. • Regional Board of Judges (NBOJ) Decides and declares the winners for each category
  18. 18. National Screening Committee A. Technical Working Committee (TWC) Ensures the integrity of evaluation for the outstanding cooperatives, CDOs, CDCs and leaders by thorough reviewing the documents and validating the same and making recommendations to the Program Management Committee
  19. 19. National Screening Committee B. Program Management Committee (PMC) • Assesses the contenders based on the presentations made by the TWC; • Selects and decides the finalists for each category; • Presents and recommends to the National Board of Judges C. National Board of Judges (NBOJ) Decides and declares the winners for each category at the national level
  20. 20. Procedures for Determining the Awardees - Cooperatives 1. The CDA extension office shall come up with the list of potential nominees for primary cooperatives, federations and unions which shall be derived from the database of the Authority; 2. The extension Office shall notify the concerned cooperatives and direct them to prepare and submit the necessary documents for the competition;
  21. 21. 3. The regional Screening Committee shall evaluate the documents pertinent to the qualified cooperatives that respond to the notice given; 4. The extension office shall endorse to the TWC the qualified with the following ratings • 50%-Micro • 60%- small • 70%- medium • 80%- large Procedures for Determining the awardees
  22. 22. 5. The TWC shall evaluate the documents submitted by the extension offices and the validate the veracity of the documents and information pertinent to the qualified entries and submit the results of validation of the Program Management Committee (PMC) 6. The TWC shall present the results of the evaluation and validation to the sub-committees for the selection of the finalists to each category; 7. PMC Head or sub-committee representatives shall present the results of the finalists to the BOJ: Procedures for determining the awardees, leaders, CDOs and CDCs
  23. 23. 8. Only one member of the sub-committee shall be present during the BOJ meeting who shall present the result; 9. The TWC shall also be present during the BOJ meeting to provide technical support to the Sub- committee representative presenting the result 10. The PMC shall come up with the short list of national finalist for each category for submission and preparation to the National Board of Judges (NBOJ); 11. The NBOJ shall proclaim the winners for each category. Procedures for determining the awardees, leaders, CDOs and CDCs
  24. 24. 1. The leaders, CDOs and CDCs must be nominated by a person or persons in an organization/s as identified in the qualifying criteria for each category; 2. The accomplished nomination form together with the documentary requirements must be submitted to the Extension Office where the nominee reside/located; 3. The Regional Screening Committee shall evaluate the documents pertinent to the nominees; Procedures for determining the awardees, leaders, CDOs and CDCs
  25. 25. 4. The Regional Screening Committee (RSC) shall recommend to the Regional Board of Judges the finalist for each category. Required points as finalist: 70% 5. The Regional Board of Judges shall proclaim the winners for each category. 6. The RSC shall endorse to the TWC the Regional Winner (1st only) Procedures for determining the awardees, leaders, CDOs and CDCs
  26. 26. Procedures for determining the awardees, leaders, CDOs and CDCs 7. The TWC shall evaluate the documents submitted by the extension offices and validate the veracity of documents and information pertinent to the qualified entries and submit the results of validation to the Program Management Committee (PMC); 8. The PMC shall come up with the short list of national finalist for each category for submission to the National Board of Judges (NBOJ); 9. The NBOJ shall proclaim the winners for each category
  27. 27. NOTE: Composition of the National Board of Judges for Cooperative Leaders The Board of Judges shall be chosen from among cooperators who have distinguished qualifications and achievements in the field of cooperatives and public service. The Board of Judges shall be composed of five (5) persons to be nominated by the CDA and partner organizations.
  28. 28. Encoded for Josefina B. Bitonio OIC Director Encoder Eric Justine R. Ancheta OJT – University of Luzon Summer 2014

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