Presentation on theme: "Introduction to the Rationalized Planning System"— Presentation transcript:
1 Introduction to the Rationalized Planning System 5th NATIONAL CBMS CONFERENCEJanuary 28 - February 1, 2008Manila HotelIntroduction to the Rationalized Planning SystemDirector MANUEL Q. GOTISBureau of Local Government DevelopmentDepartment of the Interior and Local Government
2 Current State of Local Planning in the Philippines Indifferent or unsupportive SanggunianInactive Local Development CouncilLack or total absence of vertical linkagesREGION/ PROVINCEBARANGAY/ CITY/ MUNICIPALITY
3 Current State of Local Planning in the Philippines Lack or total absence of horizontal linkages among sectoral concernsSectoral plansWeak plan – to – budget linkageXCDPBUDGET
4 Current State of Local Planning in the Philippines Multiplicity of plansGender & Development PlanTourism Development PlanLocal Poverty Reduction Action PlanDisaster Management PlanRevenue Generation PlanSolid Waste Management PlanTraffic Management PlanSAFDZ PlanLocal Shelter PlanIntegrated Area Community Peace & Order & Public Safety PlanPlan for the ElderlyInformation & Communication Technology PlanForest Management PlanSmall & Medium Enterprise Development PlanFood Security PlanNutrition Action Plan
5 Only 11 out of 27 NGA-mandated plans can be recalled by LGUs Disaster Management Plan & the Solid Waste Management Plan were considered most usefulLPRAP & GAD were consistently mentioned as unnecessary38% of NGA-mandated plans have not been formulatedNo sanctions anywayPlans were not considered necessary or beneficialRepetitiveNo focal person to steer the plan formulation process
6 Why “rationalize” Why “planning system”? Need to implement the full implications of the Local Government Code of 1991 pertaining to planningWhy “planning system”?The answer is based on the DUAL FUNCTIONS of the LGU:As a POLITICAL UNIT of the National Government:LGUs are in charge of the management of its entire geographical territory for and in behalf of the national government
7 As a CORPORATE BODY, LGUs are responsible for: Representing its inhabitantsDelivering basic services & facilities to enable its inhabitants to develop fully into self-reliant communities, andPromoting the general welfare among the inhabitants within its territorial jurisdiction
8 PLANNING IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF GOVERNANCE Performing planning functions involves addressingthe following issues:WHYshould LGUs plan?WHOis in- charge?HOWare plans prepared?WHATare the tools for plan implementation?
9 Components of the Planning System The local planning structure and its functionsWHO should be involved in planning?The plan or plans that the planning structure is mandated to produceWHY should LGUs plan?The processes that the planning structure will follow to produce the desired plan outputsHOW are plans prepared?The tools for plan implementationHOW can LGU plans be implemented?
10 The Local Planning Structure Political ComponentTechnical ComponentPolicy making body that defines the content and direction of local governmentSupplies the technical content and process of local planningIt generally has no decision-making powersIts principal function is to deliberate to make decisions or lay down policies
11 LOCAL PLANNING STRUCTURE POLITICAL COMPONENT TECHNICAL COMPONENT NGAs LOCAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCILLOCAL SANGGUNIANLOCAL SPECIAL BODIESSECTORAL & FUNCTIONAL COMMITTEESLPDONGAsDEPARTMENT HEADSPrivate Sector RepresentativesLCEPUNONG BARANGAYS*CONGRESSMAN OR REPRESENTATIVECSOs/ PSO* In case of the City/municipality; members of the Sanggunian in case of the Barangays; mayors in case of the Province
12 Structure of the Local Development Council SECTORAL COMMITTEESFUNCTIONAL COMMITTEESEXECUTIVE COMMITTEESECRETARIATMembers to be drawn from all societal sectorsAs much as possible, members should be drawn from the sectoral committeesEncouraged in LGUs that cannot afford to organize their LPDOs to its full complementAd – hoc multi- sectoral bodies to be organized as the need arises
13 Composition of Sectoral Committees SOCIAL SECTORCORE TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPEXPANDED TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPFULL-BLOWN SECTORAL COMMITTEELPDO, SWDO, POSO, LDC Rep (Barangay), LDC Rep (CSO), District Supervisor, PTA Federation, Sanggunian RepresentativeCTWG + Police Chief, Fire Marshall, Local Civil Registrar, PCUP, Nutrition Officer, Housing Board Rep, NSO, Manager of GSIS/SSSETWG + Sports Organizations, Religious Leaders, Labor groups, Senior Citizens, Media Reps, YMCA/YWCA, Civic Organizations, School Principals, Charitable Organizations
14 Composition of Sectoral Committees ECONOMIC SECTORCORE TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPEXPANDED TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPFULL-BLOWN SECTORAL COMMITTEEPESO, Agriculturist, Tourism officer, Coop Development Officer, LPDO Staff, LDC Rep (Barangay), LDC Rep (CSO), Saggunian RepCTWG + DTI Rep, Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Trade Unions, Bank Managers, Market Vendors, Sidewalk Vendors, Cooperatives, Transport OrganizationsETWG + Lions Club, Jaycees, Rotary Club, Academe, other interested individuals/ groups
15 Composition of Sectoral Committees PHYSICAL & LAND USECORE TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPEXPANDED TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPFULL-BLOWN SECTORAL COMMITTEELocal Engineer, Zoning Officer, LPDO Staff, LDC Rep (Barangay), LDC Rep (CSO), Saggunian Rep, Local ArchitectCTWG + Electric Coop Rep., Water District Rep., Real Estate Developers, Professional Organizations, Telecommunication Companies, AcademeETWG + Other interested groups and individuals
16 Composition of Sectoral Committees ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CORE TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPEXPANDED TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPFULL-BLOWN SECTORAL COMMITTEEMPDO Staff, LDC Rep. (Barangay), LDC Rep (CSO), Head of General Services, C/PENRO, Sanggunian Rep.CTWG + Sanitary Inspector, C/PENRO, FARMC Reps, BFAR Rep., Heads of private Hospitals, AcademeETWG + Environmental Advocates, other interested groups and individuals
17 Composition of Sectoral Committees INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR CORE TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPEXPANDED TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPFULL-BLOWN SECTORAL COMMITTEEMPDO Staff, LDC Rep. (Barangay), LDC Rep (CSO), Local Administrator, Sanggunian RepCTWG + HRDO, Treasurer, Budget Officer, Assessor, AcademeETWG + Religious groups, Good Governance Advocates, Other interested groups & individuals
18 Functions of the Local Development Council LDC In PlenaryFormulate development plans & policiesFormulate public investment programsAppraises & prioritizes programs & projectsCoordinate, monitor & evaluate implementation of development programs & projectsExecutive CommitteeRepresent the LDC when it is not in sessionEnsure that the LDC decisions are faithfully carried outAct on matters needing immediate attention by the LDCFormulate plans, policies & programs based on principles & priorities laid out by the LDCSecretariatProvide technical support to the LDCDocument proceedingsPrepare reportsExtend other support functions as may be necessarySectoral / Functional Committees
19 Functions of the Local Development Council Sectoral / Functional CommitteesAssist the LDC in the performance of its functionsProvide the LDC with data & information essential to the formulation of plans, programs & activitiesDefine sectoral or functional objectives, set targets & identify programs, projects & activities;Collate & analyze dataConduct studiesConduct public hearings on sectoral planning, projects & activitiesMonitor & evaluate programs & projectsPerform other functions as may be assigned by the LDCLDC In PlenaryExecutive CommitteeSECRETARIAT
20 Mandated Plans Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)The Plan for the management of local territoriesThe Plan with which the LGU promotes the general welfare of its inhabitants in its capacity as a corporate body.The LGUs, shall, in conformity with existing laws, continue to prepare their respective comprehensive land use plans enacted through zoning ordinances which shall be the primary & dominant bases for the future use of land resources. Sec. 20 (c), RA 7160Each LGU shall have a comprehensive multi-sectoral development plan … Sec. 106, RA 7160The LDCs shall … formulate long-term, medium-term and annual socioeconomic development plans & policies… Sec. 109, RA 7160
21 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT MODEL LONG – TERM FRAMEWORK PLANCOMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN (CLUP)SETTLEMENT POLICIESPROTECTION LAND POLICIESPRODUCTION LAND POLICIESINFRASTRUCTURE POLICIESIMPLEMENTATION INSTRUMENTSZONING ORDINANCEOTHER REGULATORY MEASURESCOMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLANSOCIALECONOMICINFRAENVI. MGT.INSTITUTIONALMULTI-YEAR, MULTI-SECTORAL DEVELOPMENT PLANLOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAMIMPLEMENTATION INSTRUMENTSLEGISLATIVE SUPPORT MEASURESEXECUTIVE & LEGISLATIVE AGENDA (ELA)TERM – BASED PLANANNUAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMANNUAL BUDGET
22 LOCAL PLANNING PROCESS AND OUTPUTS TOOLS FOR IMPLEMENTATION LOCAL PLANNING STRUCTURELOCAL PLANNING PROCESS AND OUTPUTSTOOLS FOR IMPLEMENTATIONPOLITICAL COMPONENT (PC)(Sanggunian, Local Development Council (LDC), Civil Society (CS) and CongressmanCLUPVision StatementZoning/ Co-ManagementLocational Principles & Land/Water Use PoliciesDeliberates, Lays down policies, Take decisionsVision ElementLong-term Goals of Physical DevelopmentDevelopment RegulationLDC ExecomSpatial StrategyElement DescriptorsPublic InvestmentsTECHNICAL COMPONENT (TC)(NGAs, LPDO, CS, LSBs, Sectoral/ Functional Committees)LCE’s AgendaSuccess IndicatorsNGA ProgramsPrivate Investments IncentivesGenerates data for sectoral planningFormulates sectoral development goals, objectives & targetsIdentifies programs & projectsConducts public consultationsMonitors program & project implementationConducts detailed researches & analysesVision – Reality GapSectoral Objectives & TargetsSectoral GoalsTaxationLDIP/AIPPriority Programs ProjectsCurrent RealityBudgetEcological ProfileLDIsThematic mapsSLGRNew Legis-lationCDPMonitoring & Evaluation(Outputs, Outcomes & ImpactsTC / PCTCTC / PCTC / PC
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