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lsb functions.pptx

  1. 1. FUNCTIONS AND COMPOSITIONS OF EVERY LOCAL SPECIAL BODIES
  2. 2. • LOCAL SPECIAL BODIES • Local Development Council • Local School Board • Local Health Board • Local Peace and Order Council • Local Bids and Awards Committee • Local People’s Law Enforcement Board
  3. 3. LOCAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Composition - Mayor - All Punong Barangays in the Municipality - The chairman of the committee on appropriations of the Sangguniang Bayan concerned - The congressman or his representative; and - Representatives of nongovernmental organizations (1/4) of the members of the fully organized council
  4. 4. • The local development councils may call upon any local official concerned or any official of national agencies or offices in the local government unit to assist in the formulation of their respective development plans and public investment programs.
  5. 5. • Functions • Formulate long-term, medium-term, and annual socioeconomic development plans and policies; • Formulate the medium-term and annual public investment programs; • Appraise and prioritize socioeconomic development programs and projects; • Formulate local investment incentives to promote the inflow and direction of private investment capital;
  6. 6. • Coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the implementation of development programs and projects; and • Perform such other functions as may be provided by law or competent authority. • Meetings and Quorum. – - The local development council shall meet at least once every six (6) months or as often as may be necessary.
  7. 7. • Executive Committee- (a) Each local development council shall create an executive committee to represent it and act in its behalf when it is not in session. The composition of the executive committee shall be as follows: • The mayor as chairman, the chairman of the committee on appropriations of the Sangguniang Bayan, the president of the municipal league of Barangays, and a representative of nongovernmental organizations that are represented in the council, as members;
  8. 8. • Powers and functions: a. Ensure that the decision of the council are faithfully carried out and implemented; b. Act on matters requiring immediate attention or action by the council; c. Formulate policies, plans, and programs based on the general principles laid down by the council; and d. Act on other matters that may be authorized by the council
  9. 9. • Sectoral or Functional Committees. • The local development councils may form sectoral or functional committees to assist them in the performance of their functions • Secretariat • There is hereby constituted for each local development council a secretariat which shall be responsible for providing technical support, documentation of proceedings, preparation of reports and such other assistance as may be required in the discharge of its functions. The local development council may avail of the services of any nongovernmental organization or educational or research institution for this purpose. The secretariats of the municipal development councils shall be headed by their respective planning and development coordinators.
  10. 10. • Relation of Local Development Councils to the Sanggunian and the Regional Development Council. • The policies, programs, and projects proposed by local development councils shall be submitted to the Sanggunian concerned for appropriate action. The local development plans approved by their respective Sanggunian may be integrated with the development plans of the next higher level of local development council.
  11. 11. • The approved development plans of provinces, highly- urbanized cities, and independent component cities shall be submitted to the regional development council, which shall be integrated into the regional development plan for submission to the National Economic and Development Authority, in accordance with existing laws.
  12. 12. LOCAL PEACE AND ORDER COUNCIL • Municipal Peace and Order Council shall be composed of the municipal counterparts of the departments, offices and agencies as enumerated in paragraph (a) above, wherever applicable, to be appointed by their respective agency heads, with the Municipal Mayor as Chairman. In addition, there shall be one representative of the Sangguniang Bayan, as the case may be, to be chosen by said Sangguniang from among its members..
  13. 13. • The Chairman of the Municipal Peace and Order Council shall appoint the three (3) representatives of the private sector, upon consultation with the members of the Council at his level. Departments, offices and agencies with no city, municipal and/or field offices may deputize their representatives on the city or municipal levels
  14. 14. Functions • Formulate plans and recommend such measures as will improve or enhance peace and order and public safety in their respective areas of responsibility. • To monitor the implementation of peace and order programs and projects at the provincial, city or municipal levels and the operation of Civilian Volunteer Self-Defense Organizations and such other counterinsurgency programs and activities.
  15. 15. • Make periodic assessments of the prevailing peace and order situation in their respective areas of responsibility and submit a report thereon with recommendations to the Chairman of the National Peace and Order Council. • To receive complaints against government personnel, civilian, or military, and indorse the same to the agency concerned and demand/compel such agency to submit reports of action taken thereon."
  16. 16. • Secretariat: • Peace and Order Council Secretariat There shall be a Peace and Order Council Secretariat which shall handle the administrative operational and technical activities of the Peace and Order Council that is organized in the various administrative levels of government. Specifically, the secretariat shall prepare plans and programs for the consideration of the councils; supervise, direct and monitor, for the council, implementation of approved policies, plans and programs; undertake liaisoning and coordination of activities with appropriate agencies of the government and provide a forum for inter-disciplinary dialogue and deliberation of major issues and problems affecting peace and order.
  17. 17. • At the municipal level, the Secretariat of the MPOC shall be headed by the most senior DILG officer stationed in the municipality. • The Secretariat at all level, shall be assisted in its functions and duties by the regular staff of the office of the Council Chairman.
  18. 18. LOCAL HEALTH BOARD • Composition: • shall be headed by the municipal mayor as chairman • the municipal health officer as vice chairman • and the chairman of the committee on health of the Sangguniang bayan • a representative from the private sector or non- governmental organizations involved in health services, and • a representative of the Department of Health in the municipality
  19. 19. • Functions: • To propose to the Sanggunian concerned, in accordance with standards and criteria set by the Department of Health, annual budgetary allocations for the operation and maintenance of health facilities and services within the municipality, city or province, as the case may be. • To serve as an advisory committee to the Sanggunian concerned on health matters such as, but not limited to, the necessity for, and application of, local appropriations for public health purposes; and
  20. 20. • Consistent with the technical and administrative standards of the Department of Health, create committees which shall advise local health agencies on matters such as, but not limited to, personnel selection and promotion, bids and awards, grievances and complaints, personnel discipline, budget review, operations review and similar functions.
  21. 21. • Meetings and Quorum: • The board shall meet at least once a month or as often as may be necessary. • A majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum, but the chairman or the vice-chairman must be present during meetings where budgetary proposals are being prepared or considered. The affirmative vote of all the majority of the members shall be necessary to approve such proposals.
  22. 22. • Compensation and Remuneration: • The chairman, vice chairman, and members of the municipal health board shall perform their duties as such without compensation or remuneration. Members thereof who are not government officials or employees shall be entitled to necessary traveling expenses and allowances chargeable against the funds of the local health board concerned, subject to existing accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

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