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Provincial Governor's Office
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NESTOR B. FONGWAN

Provincial Governor

Contact Nos: (074) 422 – 3216 / 422 – 2004/ 0918 – 8031189 / 0920 – 9175939
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CITIZEN'S CHARTER


A. FRONTLINE SERVICE: APPROVAL OF MONITARY CLAIMS (VOUCHERS, PAYROLLS, PAYMENT OF PROCURED ASSETS – supplies, etc.), Purchase requests and Purchase Orders

    DESCRIPTION              : Approval of vouchers, payrolls, purchase requests and purchase orders


STEPS/PROCESSES DOCUMENTS NEEDED

RESPONSE TIME

(Maximum time to conclude the process)

 

CHARGES/ FEES RESPONSIBLE PERSONS LOCATION
CLIENT SERVICE PROVIDER
A) Follow up approval of monetary claims like voucher, payroll, purchase requests and purchase order (PR and PO), and Obligation Request (OBR) 1) Receive and record/log document in the logbook Voucher, payroll, purchase request, purchase order
Obligation request
Average of three (3) minutes/ document None Administrative Aide I and IV or any of the staff Administrative Division
2) Submit/forward to the Provincial Governor/Prov’l Administrator or the duly authorized officer or the SAO Average of two (2) minutes/ document Signatory official/officer PGO Main or Administrative Division
3) Review and approval of documents Average of three (3) minutes/ document (except those forwarded to the office of the Governor) Authorized Signatory (PG, PA or SAO) Office of the Governor/
Administrator/
Supvg Adm Officer
4) Release of approved voucher, payroll, PR, PO, or OBR Average of three (3) minutes/ document (except those forwarded to the office of the Governor) Admin. Aide I or IV or any of the staff Administrative Division

End of transaction: Maximum of fifteen minutes to conclude the process

 

B. FRONTLINE SERVICE: MANAGEMENT OF VARIOUS RECORDS

     DESCRIPTION             : Receiving and Releasing (routing out, dispatching or releasing of Documents)

 

STEPS/PROCESSES

DOCUMENTS

NEEDED

RESPONSE TIME
(Maximum time to conclude the process)

CHARGES/ FEES

RESPONSIBLE PERSONS

LOCATION

CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

A) Receiving of incoming documents

1) Receive and record any document submitted (hand carried or delivered mailed or emailed)

Documents like requests, reports, information, etc.

Average of three (3) minutes/ document

None

Administrative Aide IV or any staff present

Receiving section at the PGO main office

2) Forward or submit documents received to the Governor for his information and appropriate action

Average of three (3) hours/ document

None

Administrative Aide IV or any staff present

Receiving section

PGO main office

End of transaction: Maximum of six (6) minutes to conclude the process

B) Releasing of out-going documents (documents acted upon)

1) Record and release documents acted upon by the Governor

Documents acted upon

Average of five (5) minutes/ document

None

Admin. Aide IV or Admin Aide VI or whoever is present

PGO Main Office

- To offices within the Capitol Bldg.

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2) Deliver documents to concerned individuals/offices

Documents for delivery including those for mailing at the Post Office

Average of eight (8) minutes/ document

None

Admin. Aide II (Messenger) or any staff available

PGO Records Section

- To offices outside the Capitol Bldg.

Average of four (4) hours/ delivery

None

Admin. Aide II (Messenger)

PGO Records Section

 

End of transaction: Maximum of fifteen minutes per delivery for documents delivered within the Capitol building to complete the process

 

End of transaction: Maximum of one (1) day to conclude the process for documents that are delivered within La Trinidad, Baguio City and suburbs, and nearby municipalities of Tuba, Tublay, and sometimes nearby barangays of Itogon for urgent matters, to complete the process.

 

Functional Statement:

  • Exercise general supervision and control over all programs, projects, services and activities of the Provincial Government;

  • Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the governance of the province and the exercise of the appropriate powers provided for under Section 22 of the Local Government Code of 1991, implement all approved policies, programs, projects, services and activities of the province;

  • Initiate and maximize the generation of resources and revenues, and apply the same to the implementation of development plans, program objectives and priorities as provided for under Section 18 of the Local Government Code of 1991, particularly those resources and revenues programmed for agro-industrial development and country wide growth and progress; and

  • Ensure the delivery of basic services and the provision of adequate facilities as provided for under Section 17 of the Local Government Code of 1991, and in addition thereto, shall:

  • Ensure that the construction and repair of roads and highways funded by the national government shall be, as far as practicable, carried out in a  spatially contiguous manner and in coordination with the construction and repair of the roads and bridges of the province and its municipalities; and

Coordinate the implementation of technical services by the national offices for the province and its municipalities, including public works and infrastructure programs of the provincial government and municipalities.

Objectives:

  • To provide executive and national leadership for the formulation of the total provincial program, particularly the socio-economic development program;

  • To execute provincial and national government policies and programs;

  • To coordinate and integrate the efforts of all local government agencies in the implementation of provincial plans and objectives;

  • To consolidate budgetary proposals, analysis and income and expenditure patterns of all the different local government units and formulate fiscal plans and policies in the province;

  • To promote and maintain an effective and responsible personnel administration to meet the increasing demands of public service, specifically under the following major personnel areas: employment and records, employee benefits and services, administration and maintenance of the PCPP and Merit Promotion Plan, performance evaluation and career development and research, and other personnel activities;

  • To direct and supervise the continuing study and analysis of the internal organization and management practices with the end in view of instituting effective administrative reforms;

  • To provide administrative services to carry out leadership and provincial development responsibilities of the Office of the Governor;

  • To direct and monitor assistance, financial or otherwise, from the private entities to supplement the efforts of the government in enhancing miscellaneous civic action activities throughout the province;

  • To develop long range comprehensive plan for the province of Benguet;

  • To bring the thirteen municipalities of Benguet actively into the stream of development process through seminars and development planning techniques, community development and personnel programs; and

  • To direct and supervise the preparation and implementation of programs, projects and activities on cultural affairs and tourism promotion and development in the province.

Activities:

  • Determine the guidelines of provincial policies and be responsible to the sangguniang panlalawigan for the program of the government;

  • Direct the formulation of the provincial development plan, with the assistance of the provincial development council, and upon approval thereof by the sangguniang panlalawigan, implement the same;

  • Present the program of government and propose policies and projects for the consideration of the sangguniang panlalawigan at the opening of the regular session of the sangguniang panlalawigan every calendar year and as often as may be deemed necessary as the general welfare of the inhabitants and the needs of the provincial government may require;

  • Initiate and propose legislative measures to the sangguniang panlalawigan and, as often as may be deemed necessary, provide such information and data needed or requested by said sangganiang panlalawigan in the performance of its legislative functions;

  • Appoint all officials and employees whose salaries and wages are wholly or mainly paid out of provincial funds and whose appointments are not otherwise provided for in the Local Government Code of 1991, as well as those he may be authorized by law to appoint.

  • Represent the province in all its business transaction and sign in its behalf all bonds, contracts, and obligations, and such other documents upon authority of the sangguniang panlalawigan or pursuant to law or ordinance;

  • Determine the time, manner and place of payment of salaries or wages of the officials and employees of the province, in accordance with law or ordinance;

  • Allocate and assign office space to provincial and other officials and employees who, by law or ordinance, are entitled to such space in the provincial capitol and other building owned or leased by the provincial government;

  • Ensure that all executive officials and employees of the province faithfully discharge their duties and functions as provided by law and the Local Government Code of 1991, and cause to be instituted administrative or judicial proceedings against any official or employee of the province who may have committed an offense in the performance of his official duties;

  • Examine the books, records and other document of all offices, officials, agents or employees of the province and in aid of his Executive Powers and authority, require all national officials and employees stationed in the province to make available to him such books, records, and other documents in their custody, except those classified by law as confidential;

  • Furnish copies of Executive Orders issued by him to the Office of the President within seventy-two (72) hours after their issuance;

  • Other Executive functions provided for under the Local Government Code of 1991.

 

     


     

 

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