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Nueva Vizcaya ‘potential’ passer of nat’l SGLG

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Philippines- The provincial government of Nueva Vizcaya is a potential national passer for the prestigious Seal for Good Local Governance (SGLG), the provincial interior chief said.

In a letter to Governor Carlos Padilla, Ruperto Maribbay Jr, the provincial director of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) – Nueva Vizcaya, asked the provincial government to prepare for documents and areas subject for validation.

“We are glad to inform you that the province of Nueva Vizcaya has reached the level of potential passer nationwide to be subjected for validation of Means of Validations (MOVs) and areas for validation,” Maribbay said.

Maribbay said a group of examiners from Ilocos Region came to the province on August 30 to conduct the National Cross Posting Validation for the 2017 SGLG.

For Governor Padilla, his administration has always been striving to improve its services for the people. “We tried our best to improve our systems toward good governance to enhance quality of programs and services rendered to our constituents,” Padilla told The Northern Forum.

THE SGLG, according to DILG’s website, is a progressive assessment system to give distinction to remarkable performance of the local government units across the country.

This 2017, DILG said the LGUs should pass four core areas: fiscal administration, disaster-preparedness, social protection and peace and order. These LGUs should also pass at least one of the essential areas: business friendliness and competitiveness, environmental management, and tourism culture and the arts.

Selected winners will be conferred with seal and a performance challenge fund. Northernforum.net

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