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  1. 1. GRASSROOTS PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING PROCESS (Bottom-up Budgeting) Joint Memorandum Circular No. 4
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES • Budget Reform – Making the national budget more responsive to local needs Inclusive growth and poverty reduction, and promoting good governance at the local level • Local Governance Reform – Providing incentives for local good governance – Strengthening the devolution of basic services delivery • Democratic and Empowerment Project – Creating a conducive environment for people’s participation – Generating demand for good governance at the local level.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES: Section 6.2.8. All projects must contribute to: •Provision of Basic Social Services and Attainment of the Millennium Development Goals, including poverty reduction; •Hunger Mitigation and Elimination; •Job Generation and Inclusive Local Economic Development •Climate Change Adaptation/Mitigation and Disaster Preparedness
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES No. Cities & Municipalities 609 1,233 1,634 1,634 ??? 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  5. 5. COVERAGE Participating Agencies –(12 NGAs) DAR, DA, DepEd, DOE, DENR, DOH, DILG, DOLE, DSWD, DTI, DOT and TESDA and (1) GOCC NEA through which funding for GPB programs will be allocated. Oversight Agencies – DILG, DBM, DSWD, NAPC and NEDA
  6. 6. BUDGET CAP Allocation per City/Municipality ( Annex A) -Formula: No. of poor X P700 (Rounded to nearest million) - Minimum of P15million, Maximum of P50,000
  7. 7. HARMONIZATION WITH LOCAL PLANNING PROCESSES Which Mode Grassroots Budgeting (GPB) Two Modes of SK LGUs belong? REGULAR PROCESS: - Regular 1)General Santos City - 2) Alabel LPRAT as a committee of the LDC 3) Glan -Enhanced Process - To be undertaken in ENHANCED PROCESS: 271 municipalities that have graduated from or 1)Kiamba are currently implementing KALAHI-CIDDS 2) Maasim 3) Maitum 4) Malapatan 5) Malungon - Integrate barangay level planning in the city/municipal level planning. - LPRAT as a technical working group of “Enhanced LDC”; decisions to be made in the “Enhanced LDC”
  8. 8. LPRAT Under Note: Regular Process: - Mayor (Chair), their immediate relatives Local officials, Sangguniang Appropriations (spouse, parent, siblings, child) and LGU employees are Committee Chair, all local department heads, and ineligible to be elected as CSO representatives representatives of NGAs at the city/municipal level (50% of LPRAT members) Composition shall be equal number of government (including the LCE) and non-government representatives. of CSOs elected during the CSO -Representatives Assembly + 1 business group representative (50% of All CSO representatives should be residents of the LPRAT members). If more than 20% IPs, one elected city/municipality. representative must come from the IP Sector The LPRAT should also be composed of at least 40% women.
  9. 9. Note: LPRAT (LDC-TWG) Composition LPRAT under Enhanced Process serves as the Technical Working Group (TWG) of Enhanced Local Under Enhanced GPB: Development Council (LDC) -Enhanced LDC Composition: 10 Representatives from government Chair: Mayor Vice-Chair: A CSO Representative Vice-Chairpersons - 5 Barangay Development Council Members from Government: selected through KALAHI-CIDSS -All Punong Barangays -Chairperson, Committee on Appropriations --District representatives in the Enhanced LDC 5 CSO Representative Members from CSO: -All Vice-Chairs of BDC -At least 5 CSO representatives elected during assembly
  10. 10. REGULAR GPB Process (Steps)
  11. 11. STEPS 1) Civil Society general assemblies Note: - LPRAP Signatories must include: and grassroots Orientation on local governance budgeting 1)A Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leader (DSWD - Municipal Link shall representatives , 3 CSOor a PTA Election of LPRAT facilitate selection) signatories representative if no Pantawid Pamilya Parent Leader (including LPRAT Co-Chair) - Report on status of 2013 and Approved list of 2014 2)A Basic Sector Organization or Cooperative GPB (BUB) Representativeprojects - Poverty Situation Analysis 3)A CSO representative who is a member of LDC
  12. 12. STEPS 2) Local Poverty Reduction Action Planning -Constitute the LPRAT -Technical assistance by RPRAT and GPB PMO -LPDC with LFC and other heads shall present poverty situation -Identify specific poverty reduction strategies and projects to be included in the LPRAP: 80% of Budget Cap within Menu (subject to RPRAT review and validation) 20% outside of the Menu (subject to NPRAT review and validation) -- Prioritize poverty reduction projects -- Multi-year Planning approach shall be undertaken
  13. 13. STEPS Note: Both PRINTED (Hard) and ELECTRONIC (Soft) copies should be submitted to DILG RO. The list of priority projects must be submitted in both PDF and word/excel format thru e-mail.
  14. 14. STEPS 4: Consolidation of the List of Priority Poverty Reduction Projects by DILG RO and submission to NAPC and distribution to RPRAT members 5: Validation, review and revision of Priority Poverty Reduction Projects by R/NPRAT 6: Submission of revised list of priority projects The LPRAT shall submit its revised list of projects signed by 3 CSO representatives together with project briefs for each project and SP/B resolution to the DILG RO .
  15. 15. STEPS 7: Integration of the LGU projects in the budgets of participating agencies. 8: Provision of LGU Counterpart 9: Project Implementation
  16. 16. COUNTERPART REQUIREMENTS • For Municipalities: cash counterpart will be a % of the local development fund Proportion of GPB plus KALAHI-CIDSS to LDF Up to 100% of LDF Required Cash Counterpart 10% of LDF Over 100% up to 150% 15% of LDF Over 150% 20% of LDF • For Cities: Cash counterpart will be 40% of the Budget Cap
  17. 17. COUNTERPART REQUIREMENTS • Non-KALAHI CIDSS LGUs, counterpart be solely based on the Budget Cap •Additional non-cash counterpart for KALAHI-CIDSS LGUs shall be required from the LGUs. •LGU Counterpart Funds shall be added to the funding available for GPB. •Counterpart funding need not be allocated on a per project basis. •Counterpart may be used to fund projects that are 100% funded by the LGU. •National programs that require a counterpart, as indicated in the Menu of Programs, shall Provided that funds for monitoring and evaluation of GPB Projects and the conduct of quarterly LPRAT or Enhanced LDC meetings shall be included
  18. 18. COUNTERPART REQUIREMENTS • The counterpart to be provided must be sourced from LGU funds. This shall be formalized and included by the LGU in its 2015 AIP and annual budget. •The LGU shall submit a copy of its 2015 AIP and annual budget to the DILG Regional Office to provide evidence that the required counterpart funding has been included in the LGU budget. Failure to provide counterpart funds in the Appropriation Ordinance authorizing the local Annual Budget for FY 2015 will result in the nonrelease of the national government funding for the city or municipality’s GPB projects.
  19. 19. PROJECT IDENTIFICATION – Negative List - Below P500,000 (they can be proposed as LGU projects to be funded through the LGU counterpart), except for Gulayan sa Paaralan projects under DepEd; - Expansion of Pantawid Pamilya & Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens; - Housing Projects; - Materials Recovery Facility and Landfills; - Vaccination program and National Health Insurance Program; - Construction of new school buildings and classrooms, deployment of additional teachers and construction of Rural Health Units; - Farm-to-market roads; - Projects related to law enforcement, fire protection, and jail management; - Construction of city/municipal hall, training centers, and other multipurpose buildings, and procurement of furniture and fixtures; - Purchase of motor vehicles, except to be used for rescue in times of disaster; and  International trainings/scholarships
  20. 20. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION Funding for GPB Projects in a city or municipal government shall only be released if the LGU achieves the following: •Attainment of the Seal of Good Housekeeping (at least Bronze) under the CY 2013 or CY 2014 assessment. • Submission of the PFM Improvement Plan to DBM and accomplishment of the 2014 targets or undergo the DBM PFM assessment and develop an Improvement Plan, whichever is applicable. • Required counterpart has been provided in the LGU Annual Budget • Submission of proper financial and physical accomplishment reports to the concerned NGAs •Compliance with the intent of Grassroots Budgeting for meaningful participation of CSOs and communities in Grassroots Budgeting.
  21. 21. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION • Funding under agencies where LGUs have unliquidated cash advances beyond the reglamentary period will also not be released and the identified GPB projects for FY 2015 will not be implemented. • LGUs that poorly implement their GPB projects in 2014, as determined by the RPRAT based on guidelines that will be subsequently issued, will not be provided funding for their priority projects under the 2015 GPB Program.
  22. 22. ENHANCED BUB PROCESS (For Municipalities that have Graduated from or are currently Implementation of KALAHI-CIDSS)
  25. 25. CALENDAR Activity Responsible Party For KALAHI-CIDSS areas only: DSWD Area Selection of BDC Vice-Chairs and Coordination Teams for Barangay-level poverty situational KALAHI-CIDSS analysis 1 Orientation of the RPRATS 2 Conduct of Assemblies Civil DILG PMO Society Period Prior to Sept 2013 Sep Oct Nov 22 3 Orientation LPRATs workshops for RPRATS 4 Conduct of LPRAP Workshops / LGUs Enhanced LDC and LPRAT meetings Nov 1 – 15 Jan 16 Nov 16 Dec 15 Jan 17 – Feb 7
  26. 26. CALENDAR Activity 5 6 7 Submission of LPRAPs and list of priority projects / LDIPs to the DILG RO Responsible Party LGUs Period Dec 16 Feb 14 Forward copies of all LPRAPs with RPRAT consolidated list of projects / LDIPs to NAPC and participating regional offices; NAPC to forward to all participating Agency Central Offices Dec 23 Convening of RPRAT to validate LGU proposals; clarify proposals with LGUs if necessary Jan 20 – 31 RPRAT Dec 30 out to NGAs Feb 18-19
  27. 27. CALENDAR Activity Responsible Party Period 8 Convening of NPRAT to review outside of the menu programs DILG PMO and participating agencies Jan 20 – 31 9 Submission of accepted and rejected outside of the menu projects to the RPRATs together with revised Menu of Programs DILG PMO Feb 3 10 Inform LPRATs of rejected projects RPRAT for replacement Feb 6 11 Validation workshop to replace projects with LPRATs Feb 10 - 21 RPRATs 12 Submission of consolidated revised LGUs LPRAPs/ LDIP to RPRATs together with Sangunian Resolution Feb 28 Feb 26
  28. 28. CALENDAR Activity Responsible Party Period 13 Submission of consolidated list of validated projects to NAPC RPRATs Mar 7 14 Endorsement of proposed BuB Projects to participating agencies NAPC Mar 14 15 Integration of BuB Proposals with NGA budget proposals in the NEP DBM and Agency Central Offices Mar 15 April 14 16 Submission of agency proposed budget to DBM Participating agencies April 15