Issue of November 12, 2017
Mt. Province

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MP is 2017 SGLG nat’l awardee
by MP–PIO release

BONTOC, Mountain Province – Mountain Province is one of this year’s Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) national awardees.

The provincial government is set to receive the award, which recognizes its significant performance and commendable service delivery, during the national awarding ceremony at the Manila Hotel on Nov. 25.

Mountain Province and Kalinga are the national SGLG passers in the Cordillera under the Provincial Government category.

Bauko, Bontoc, and Paracelis are also among the 21 municipal governments that made it to the national search. 

“All our efforts have paid off. The provincial government cannot claim full credit for our passing the SGLG national assessment. This success is due to the concerted efforts of all stakeholders that made us hurdle the rungs towards the much coveted SGLG,” acting Gov. Bonifacio C. Lacwasan Jr. said.

Mountain Province is among the more than 400 local government units that passed the SGLG national assessment. 

Based on the assessment of the Department of the Interior and Local Government, Mountain Province passed all the minimum parameters of the SGLG’s core components, namely financial administration, social protection, disaster preparedness, and peace and order.

The provincial government also met the measures for the following essential areas: business friendliness and competitiveness; Tourism, culture and the arts; and environment management.

This year, the 4+1 assessment criteria was followed where LGUs must pass the four core areas and at least one essential area.

Mountain Province has been a consistent SGLG awardee since 2011. Last year, the LGU was conferred the SGLG and 2015 Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentive Awards.

The provincial government has also  been awarded the Bronze Seal of Good Housekeeping in 2011 and the Silver Seal of Good Housekeeping in 2012, as well as the Seal of Good Financial housekeeping in 2015.

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