Presentation on theme: "Awards. Support to government efforts to streamline procedures in compliance with the Anti-Red tape Act ir RA 9485 Recognizes and promotes models of good."— Presentation transcript:
Support to government efforts to streamline procedures in compliance with the Anti-Red tape Act ir RA 9485 Recognizes and promotes models of good governance of municipalities, cities, and provinces that have demonstrated outstanding efforts in instituting reforms to promote trade and investment; ensure accountability, transparency and effiecieny; and advance the competitiveness of the LGUs. MOST BUSINESS-FRIENDLY LGU AWARDS
PROCESS Submission of nomination and entry forms Panel Interview/ Final judging Notice of Results Conferment of the award Hardcopies to PCCIOnline via sparkbiz.ph Preliminary screening / shortlisting of finalists
ProvinceLevel 1- 1st to 2nd class provinces Level 2- 3rd to 5th class provinces CityLevel 1- Highly urbanized cities Level 2- 1st to 2nd class cities Level 3- 3rd to 6th class cities MunicipalityLevel 1- 1st to 2nd class municipalities Level 2- 3rd to 6th class municipalities CATEGORIES
The LGU must clearly state its vision and mission and the overarching thrust of the incumbent administration. demonstrate efforts in instituting good governance characterized by accountability, transparency, and efficiency. demonstrate examplary leadership and dynamism through continued and sustained efforts to promote trade, investments and tourism; and foster good working relationship with the private sector and other local government units. CRITERIA
1. TRADE, INVESTMENT, AND TOURISM PROMOTION The LGU must have displayed its competence and commitment to generate local revenue and employment by enabling a competitive business environment through policies, incentives, and infrastructure that support its distinct position in sustainable local economic development. CRITERIA Trade and investment center which attends to prospective investors and provides special services that facilitate investment Investment Incentive Code and Implementing Rules and Regulations Comprehensive program promoting trade and `investment (with special consideration on the outcome of trade mission;) Active website containing quick access to available information on specific growth areas, business incentives, providing investors a comprehensive guide to business costs and application requirements and procedures A. Local revenue generation and Job creation Infrastructure development plan that supports or opens opportunity for investments Tourism promotion activities and sustainable tourism program (e.g. tourism assistance centers, tourism police, licensed tourist guide Land use and administration plan that supports or opens opportunity for investment Presence of a functioning Public Employment System Office (PESO) Availability and development of educated and skilled manpower
1. TRADE, INVESTMENT, AND TOURISM PROMOTION The LGU must have displayed its competence and commitment to generate local revenue and employment by enabling a competitive business environment through policies, incentives, and infrastructure that support its distinct position in sustainable local economic development. CRITERIA Environment-friendly initiatives and policies Hazard evaluation and Disaster Risk Reduction Management Budget allocation for initiatives, plans, and activities that are geared towards mitigating if not eradicating environmental hazard caused by economic development or business growth B. Sustainable Growth and Development
CRITERIA 2. PUBLIC – PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERSHIP LGU must consider the interest of the private sector as its partner in coming up with a local development plan. Private sector representation in local councils (e.g local development; peace and order; and disaster risk reduction management council). Selection process / accreditation or membership is clearly defined and observed. LGU initiatives in adopting business-related resolutions passed by these councils and in spearheading implementation with the private sector. LGU must highlight its active support to and programs that enable and complement national PPP programs covering various sectors or industry (energy, power, mining, fishery, agriculture, transportation, tourism, among others)
CRITERIA 3. QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND INNOVATION The use of information and communications technology (such as the internet) promotional materials and special campaigns to promote their respective areas to potential investors and service the needs of their constituencies is encouraged. These emphasize the desire of the local government to go beyond the conventional way of promoting the local economy. Initiatives to be compliant with ISO9001:2000 Computerization of systems and processes (i.e active website, downloadable application forms, and on-line transactions on business application processes) Provision of training programs for personnel to enhance/promote quality services to investors and constituents; and availability of support program for individuals who want to pursue higher studies as part of continuous improvements and promotion of quality human resource. A comprehensive website that contains substantial information about the LGU (its organization, management, contact information, development updates, thrusts, trade and investment opportunities, cost of doing business among others)
CRITERIA 4. INTER-LOCAL GOVERNMENT RELATIONS The LGU must establish close coordination of efforts, services, and resources to ensure effective and smooth implementation of its programs with other government units in the area. It must also exercise general supervision and leadership over its barangays (for cities and municipalities) and component municipalities and cities (for provinces). Moreover, it must establish cooperative undertakings with other local government units particularly within the region in order to promote region-wide growth and development.
5. QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICES (FOR CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES) The city/municipality should exemplify business-friendly procedures in the issuance of Business Permits, Building and Occupancy Permits, and Real Property Tax Declarations. CRITERIA Display of Simplified Business-Related Procedures and availability of flyers, primers on policies and business-related procedures. Compliance to Republic Act 9485 or An Act to Improve Efficiency in the Delivery of Government Service to the Public by Reducing Bureaucratic Red Tape Preventing Graft and Corruption, and Providing Penalties thereof The step-by-step application procedures, corresponding documentaryrequirements and fees should be posted in publicly accessible and noticeable places. There should be flyers or primer on policies, regulations and procedures for the information of concerned applicants. The flyers or primers should be readily available for easy reference of concerned applicants and be presentable and easily understood. Efficiency and Seamless Quality of Business-Related Procedures Length of time for securing business permits, real property declaration, and building and occupancy permits Simplicity of business-related procedures Effective installation of feedback mechanisms for the quality delivery of service. Requirements and fees should be posted in publicly accessible and noticeable places.
City Level 1 Valenzuela City City Level 2San Fernando City, Pampanga City Level 3 Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro (Hall of Fame) Municipality Level 1 San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte (Hall of Fame) Municipality Level 2 San Felipe, Zambales Province Level 1Tarlac