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SGLGB Form No.

Seal of Good Local Governance for Barangay (SGLGB)


TECHNICAL NOTES

CORE AREA 1: PEACE AND ORDER


DATA MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION REQUIREMENT
SOURCE VERIFICATION
1. FUNCTIONALITY Based on DILG-DDB JMC No. 2018-01 dated May 21, 2018, the determination of the official C/MLGOO  Document  Functionality of
OF THE entries in all categories shall be guided by the Overall Performance Rating (OPR) and its review BADAC based on
BARANGAY Adjectival Equivalent as follows: DILG-DDB JMC
ANTI-DRUG No. 2018-01
ABUSE COUNCIL Overall Performance Rating (OPR) Adjectival Rating
(BADAC) 85-100 High level  Form 5 of DILG
51-84 Moderate level MC No. 2018-135
50 points and Below Low level

DILG MC No. 2018-135 dated August 16, 2018 provides for the Technical Guide Notes on the
BADAC functionality audit.
2. FUNCTIONALITY Based on DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2008-101 dated June 17, 2008, the level of C/MLGOO  Document  BPOC
OF THE functionality of the BPOC shall be defined as: review Monitoring Form
BARANGAY 2 (DILG MC No.
PEACE AND 1) Ideal - Acquired a rating of 80-100% which means that the BPOC was able to achieve all 2008-101)
ORDER the indicators for evaluating functionality;
COMMITTEE
(BPOC) 2) Mature – Acquired a rating of 51-79%, was able to reach the requirements for
organization and meetings and any of the sub-indicators for policies, plans and budget or
accomplishment report or vice-versa;

3) Progressive – Achieved a rating of 21-50%, and aside from organization and meetings, it
achieved the requirements of any of the sub-indicators under policies, plans and budget
or accomplishment report or vice-versa;

4) Basic – Acquired a rating of 20% and achieved the requirements for organization and
meetings.
3. PERFORMANCE  Section 1 of the Administrative Order No. 394 dated February 7, 1997 signed by President C/MLGOO  Document  LTIA Form 3
RATE IN THE Fidel V. Ramos provides for the creation of the Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Awards review (DILG MC No.
LUPONG (LTIA). 2016-58)
TAGAPAMAYAPA

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INCENTIVES  Based on DILG MC No. 2016-58 dated April 29, 2016, the determination of the official entries
AWARDS (LTIA) in all the awards categories shall be guided by the Overall Performance Rating (OPR) and its
Adjectival Equivalent as follows:
Overall Performance Rating (OPR) Adjectival Rating
95-100 Outstanding or Excellent
90-94 Very Satisfactory
85-89 Satisfactory
80-84 Fair
75-79 Poor
Below 75 Very Poor
4. MAINTENANCE  Section 394 (d)(6) of the Local Government Code provides that the barangay secretary is Barangay  Document  RBI
OF RECORD OF mandated to maintain update and keep records of inhabitants in the barangay. The Secretary review  Certification from
BARANGAY information should contain the name, address, place and date of birth, sex, civil status, the Punong
INHABITANTS citizenship and occupation of the inhabitants.  Onsite Barangay
(RBIs) inspection
 Based on DILG MC No. 2008-144, the regular updating of the RBI by the barangay secretary
is every six (6) months.

CORE AREA 2: FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION


MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION DATA SOURCE REQUIREMENT
VERIFICATION
1. COMPLIANCE  It is one of the indicators that the barangay demonstrates a good financial housekeeping C/MLGOO  Document  Certification
WITH THE pursuant to section 351 of the Local Government Code of 1991 and DILG Memorandum review from the
BARANGAY FULL Circular No. 2014-81. Barangay C/MLGOO
DISCLOSURE Secretary  Onsite
POLICY (BFDP)  To ensure that barangays adhere to the highest ideals and standards of transparency inspection  BFDP
and accountability, all Punong Barangays are directed to post in an area inside the Monitoring
barangay hall that can be easily viewed by the public and on their website (if available), Form No 1
the following six (6) documents as prescribed by the Department of Budget and
Management (DBM):  BFDP
Monitoring
1. Barangay Budget. Information detail on estimates of yearly income and the total Form No 2
appropriations covering personal services, maintenance and other operating
expenses and capital outlay. It shall be posted at the beginning of the specified fiscal  BFDP
year and shall remain posted for the entire period covered. Monitoring
Form No 3
2. Summary of Income and Expenditures. Section 352 of the Local Government Code of
1991 requires the posting within thirty (30) days from the end of each fiscal year in  Barangay Full
at least three (3) publicly accessible and conspicuous places in the barangay a Disclosure
summary of all revenues collected and funds received including the appropriations Board in
and disbursement of such funds during the preceding fiscal year. It shall be posted compliance to
for the entire duration of the specified fiscal year. the
requirements

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3. 20% Component of the IRA Utilization. Information detail on the yearly barangay set in, with
expenditures on social development, economic development and environmental photo
management and other barangay expenses using the barangay IRA share. It shall be documentation
posted at the beginning of the specified fiscal year and shall remain posted for the
entire period covered.

4. Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List. Information detail on the name of


project, individual item or article and specification or description of good and
services, procurement method, fund source, unit price or estimated cost or approved
budget for the contract and procurement schedule. It shall be posted for the entire
period of the fiscal year.

5. List of Notices of Award. Information detail on the name of project, business


address, brief description of goods and services required by barangay, address of
recipient of goods or services and amount of bid. It shall be posted quarterly and
shall remain posted for the entire period of the fiscal year. If available, the actual
Notice of Award shall also be posted under the List of Notices of Award.

6. Itemized Monthly Collections and Disbursements. This shall be posted within ten
(10) days following the end of every month by the barangay treasurer pursuant to
Section 513 of the Local Government Code of 1991 (RA 7160). All preceding monthly
documents shall remain posted under the subsequent monthly documents for
reference.
2. PERCENTAGE  Based on Section 152 of the Local Government Code of 1991, the barangays may levy the Barangay  Document  Barangay
INCREASE IN following taxes, fees, and charges which shall exclusively accrue to them: Treasurer review Budget
LOCAL  Certification
RESOURCES (a) Taxes – On stores or retailers with fixed business establishments with gross sales or from the Local
receipts of the preceding calendar year of Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000.00) or less, Budget Officer
in the case cities and Thirty Thousand Pesos (P30,000.00) ore less, in case of
municipalities, at a rate not exceeding one percent (1%) on such gross sales or
receipts.

(b) Service Fees or Charges – Barangay may collect reasonable fees or charges for
services rendered in connection with the regulation or the use of Barangay-owned
properties or service facilities such as palay, copra, or tobacco dryers.

(c) Barangay Clearance – no city or municipality may issue any license or permit for
any business or activity unless a clearance is first obtained from the Barangay
where such business or activity is located or conducted. For such clearance, the
Sangguniang Barangay may impose a reasonable fee. The application for clearance
shall be acted upon within seven (7) working days from the filing thereof. In the
event that the clearance is not issued within the said period, the city or municipality
may issue the said license or permit.

(d) Other Fees and Charges – The Barangay may levy reasonable fees and charges:

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(1) On commercial breeding of fighting cocks, cockfighting and cockpits;
(2) On places of recreation which charge admission fees; and
(3) On billboards, signboards, neon signs, and outdoor advertisements.

 The percentage increase in local resources is obtained using the formula:

1) Total amount obtained from local resources in CY 2018 - Total amount obtained
from local resources in CY 2017 = n

2) (n / Total amount obtained from local resources in 2016) x 100 = percentage increase
in local resources

CORE AREA 3: DISASTER PREPAREDNESS


MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION DATA SOURCE REQUIREMENT
VERIFICATION
1. FUNCTIONALITY  Section 1, Rule 6 of RA 10121 (PDRRM Act of 2010) provides for the creation of the Barangay  Document  Executive
OF THE Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Committee (BDRRMC) in every Secretary/ review Order or
BARANGAY barangay. Barangay similar
DISASTER RISK Treasurer issuance
REDUCTION AND  Section 4 of the IRR of RA 10121 and Section 7 of Joint Memorandum Circular No. creating the
MANAGEMENT 2014-1 among the NDRRMC, DBM, DILG and CSC, provides the following roles, Local Disaster BDRRMC
COMMITTEE responsibilities and functions of the BDRRMC which serve as bases in Risk Reduction
(BDRRMC) assessing/evaluating its functionality: and Management  Approved
Officer BDRRM plan
1) BDRRMC or similar supported with EO or similar; (LDRRMO)
2) With an approved BDRRM plan;  5% BDRRM
3) Allocated BDRRM fund (5% of the Regular Fund); and fund in the
4) Conducted meeting at least once every quarter. annual budget

 Memorandum series of 169 dated March 2013 by the Office of Civil Defense required the  Minutes of the
LCEs to submit DRRM Plans in accordance to the LDRRM template agreed during the meeting in
NDRRM Summit. every quarter

 NDRRMC MC No. 01, s. 2018 entitled, “Adoption of the Quality Assessment System and  Certification
the Operation LISTO: Simplified Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management from the
(BDRRM) Plan Template enjoined all LGUs to adopt and utilize the QAT and BDRRM LDRRMO
Plan template.
2. ACCOMPLISHME  The Accomplishment rate is computed using the formula:  Report of
NT RATE OF THE Utilization
ACTIVITIES/ N = (Total number of activities/projects accomplished / Total number of submitted to
PROJECTS activities/projects reflected in the BDRRM plan) x 100 the COA, copy
REFLECTED IN

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THE BARANGAY furnished the
DISASTER RISK DILG
REDUCTION AND  Accomplishme
MANAGEMENT nt
(BDRRM) PLAN OR Report/Utiliza
SIMILAR PLAN tion Report
3. EXTENT OF RISK  Based on Rule 6, Section 4 of the IRR of RA 10121, the BDRRMC shall:  Post-activity
ASSESSMENT Reports of
AND EARLY 1) facilitate and support risk assessments and contingency planning activities; drills
WARNING 2) maintain a local risk map; and conducted
SYSTEM 3) operate a multi-hazard early warning system
 Local Risk
These shall be the bases in assessing the extent of risk assessment and early warning Map
system of the barangay, to wit:
 Certification
1) Maintenance of a local risk map; from the
2) Establishment of an Early Warning System that is linked with the higher LGUs LDRRMO
and that the community is aware of its warning and operations; and
3) Conduct of drills.
4. EXTENT OF  Based on Section 12(b) of RA 10121, the BDRRMCs shall organize, train and directly  EO or similar
PREPAREDNESS supervise the local emergency response team and Accredited Community Disaster issuance
FOR EFFECTIVE Volunteers (ACDVs). organizing the
RESPONSE AND Emergency
EARLY  The extent of preparedness for effective response and early recovery shall be measured Search and
RECOVERY based on the following: Rescue Teams

1) Organization of Emergency Search and Rescue Teams, supported wit EO or similar;


2) Conducted training for the Emergency Search and Rescue Teams;
3) Availability of functional disaster equipage; and
4) Designation of an evacuation center.

ESSENTIAL AREA 1: SOCIAL PROTECTION


MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION DATA SOURCE REQUIREMENT
VERIFICATION
1. FUNCTIONALITY The functionality of the VAW Desk shall be based on the following:  Barangay  Document  Ordinance or
OF THE VIOLENCE Secretary review similar creating
AGAINST WOMEN 1) VAW Desk supported with an Ordinance or similar; the VAW Desk
(VAW) DESK 2) VAW Desk Officer attended/participated in capacity building activities in the past  Local Social
12 months; and Welfare  VAWC cases
3) Submitted VAWC Cases Quarterly reports. Development quarterly
Officer reports
(LSWDO)

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 Certificate of
attendance/
participation
2. ACCESS TO  Maintenance of a barangay health center is among the basic services of the barangay  Barangay  Document  Appointment of
HEALTH pursuant to Section 17 of RA 7160. Secretary review BHW
SERVICES IN THE
BARANGAY  Access to health services in the barangay indicates the following:  Onsite  Appointment of
inspection BNS
1) Maintenance of a Barangay Health Station (BHS)
2) Barangay Health Worker (BHW) manning the BHS  Location of the
3) Barangay Nutrition Scholar (BNS) assisting in the BHS Barangay
Health Station
(BHS)

 Services in the
BHS

 Certification
from the City/
Municipal
Health Officer
(C/MHO)

3. FUNCTIONALITY  Section 106 of RA 7160 mandates that, “each local government unit shall have a  Barangay  Document  BDC
OF THE comprehensive, multi-sectoral development plan to be initiated by its development Secretary review Monitoring
BARANGAY council and approved by its Sangguniang Barangay in setting the direction of economv Form 2
DEVELOPMENT and social development and coordinating development efforts within its territorial
COUNCIL jurisdiction”  BDC
Monitoring
 DILG MC 2009-109 entitled, ”Guidelines in Monitoring the Functionality of the Form 3
Barangay Development Councils” provides for the criteria in rating the functionality of
the same, to wit:

Level of Functionality

1) Ideal – acquired the rating of 80-100%, means that the BDC was able to achieve all
the indicators for evaluating the functionality.
2) Mature – acquired a rating of 51-79% and achieved the requirements for
organization and meetings, and any of the sub-indicators under Policies and Plans
or Accomplishment Report or vice-versa.
3) Progressive – acquired a rating of 21-50%, and aside from organization and
meetings, it achieved the requirements of any of the sub-indicators under Policies
and Plans or Accomplishment Report or vice-versa.
4) Basic - acquired a rating of 20% and achieved the requirements for organization
and meetings.

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4. REPRESENTATION DILG MC No. 2018-146 dated August 31, 2018 provides for the process in the accreditation  Barangay  Document  Ordinance or
OF CSOs IN THE of Barangay-Based NGOs and their membership in the BBIs. Secretary review similar on the
BARANGAY BASED creation of the
INSTITUTIONS The representation of the Civil Society Organization (CSO) is assessed in the following following BBIs:
(BBIs) barangay-based institutions (BBIs): 1) BDC
2) BDRRMC
1. Barangay Development Council (BDC) 3) BPOC
Based on Section 107(a)(2) of the Local Government Code of 1991, the 4) BESWMC
representatives of non-governmental organizations operating in the Barangay shall 5) BCPC
constitute not less than one fourth (1/4) of the members of the duly organized 6) Barangay
council. GAD Focal
Point
2. Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Committee (BDRRMC) System
Based on Section 5.7 of JMC No. 2014-01, the punong barangay shall facilitate and
ensure the participation of at least two (2) CSO representatives from existing and
active community-based people’s organizations representing the most vulnerable
and marginalized groups in the barangay.

3. Barangay Peace and Order Committee (BPOC)


Based on DILG MC No. 2008-101 dated June 17, 2008, the composition of the
BPOC includes at least three (3) members, duly endorsed by an organized
neighborhood association, from existing barangay based anti-crime groups,
neighborhood watch groups or NGOs well known in the community.

4. Barangay Ecological Solid Waste Management Committee (BESWMC)


Based on Section 389 (b) (9) of the Local Government Code of 1991, for efficient,
effective and economical governance, the purpose of which is the general welfare of
the Barangay and its inhabitants, the Punong Barangay shall enforce laws and
regulations relating to pollution control and protection of the environment.

Rule VI Section 6 of the IRR of RA 9003 provide for the creation of a BESWMC and
its functions and responsibilities.

DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2018-112 dated July 12, 2018 provides for the
organization or reorganization of the BESWMC.

5. Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC)


Section 15 of RA 9344, otherwise known as the “Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of
2006” mandates LGUs to establish ans strengthen the Local Council for the
Protection of Children (LCPC) at all levels. The said Act likewsie provides specific
tasks to be undertaken by the BCPC in handling Children at Risk (CAR) and
Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL).

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DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2008-126 dated August 21, 2008 provides for the
guidelines in monitoring the functionality of LCPCs at all levels.

6. Barangay Gender and Development (GAD) Focal Point System


RA 9710, otherwise known as the “Magna Carta of Women” provides for the
creation and/or strengthening of the GAD Focal Points (GFP) in all departments,
including their attached agencies, offices, bureaus, state universities and colleges,
GOCCs, LGUs and other government instrumentalities.

JMC No. 2016-01 dated January 12, 2016 among DILG, DBM, NEDA and PCW
was issued, providing for the guidelines in the preparation of GAD plans and
budget.

ESSENTIAL AREA 2: BUSINESS-FRIENDLINESS AND COMPETITIVENESS


MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION DATA SOURCE REQUIREMENT
VERIFICATION
1. ENACTMENT OF  Based on Section 129 of the Local Government Code of 1991, each local government Barangay Document review Barangay tax
BARANGAY TAX unit shall exercise its power to create its own sources of revenue and to levy taxes, fees Secretary ordinance
ORDINANCE and charges subject to the provisions of the Code, consistent with the basic policy of
local autonomy. Such taxes, fees, and charges shall accrue exclusively to the local Barangay
government units. Treasurer

2. ISSUANCE OF  Based on Section 152(c) of the Local Government Code of 1991, the application for Barangay Document review Logbook/record
BARANGAY barangay clearance shall be acted upon within seven (7) working days from the filing Secretary book
CLEARANCE thereof. In the event that the clearance is not issued within the said period, the city or
WITHIN SEVEN (7) municipality may issue the said license or permit. Barangay
WORKING DAYS Treasurer
FROM THE FILING
THEREOF

ESSENTIAL AREA 3: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT


MEANS OF
INDICATOR RELEVANCE / DEFINITION DATA SOURCE REQUIREMENT
VERIFICATION
1. PRESENCE OF A  Section 32 of RA 9003 a.k.a. ESWM Act of 2000 provides that, “There shall be Barangay  Onsite  Certification
MATERIALS established a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in every barangay or cluster of Secretary validation from the
RECOVERY barangays. The facility shall be established in a barangay-owned or –leased land or any City/Municipal
FACILITY (MRF) suitable open space to be determined by the barangay through its Sanggunian.” Environment
and Natural
 Section 33 of RA 9003 provides that, “Materials recovery facility shall be designed to Resources
receive, sort, process, and store compostable and recyclable material efficiently and in

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an environmentally sound manner. That facility shall address the following Office
considerations: (a) The building and/or land layout and equipment must be designed to (C/MENRO)
accommodate efficient and safe materials processing, movement, and storage; and (b)
The building must be designed to allow efficient and safe external access and to
accommodate internal flow.”

 The establishment of MRF with the necessary or required stations/facility therein shall
be the criteria to assess its functionality. In the absence of the said facility, a
Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the existing junk shop and/or presence of
other materials recovery scheme is the other basis of its functionality.
2. PRESENCE OF A  To accomplish this indicator, supply a copy of the Ordinance or similar issuance on Barangay  Document  Ordinance or
COLLECTION segregation of wastes-at-source. Secretary review similar
SYSTEM TO issuance
ENSURE City/Municipal  Onsite  Certification
SEGREGATION OF Environment validation from the
WASTES-AT- and Natural City/Municipal
SOURCE Resources Office Environment
(C/MENRO) and Natural
Resources
Office
(C/MENRO)
3. ORGANIZATION OF  The organization of the BESWMC shall be based on the following criteria: Barangay  Document  EO organizing
THE BARANGAY 1) Executive Order or similar creating the BESWMC; Secretary review the BESWMC
ECOLOGICAL 2) Approved solid waste management program/plan;  Certification
SOLID WASTE 3) Conduct of regular meeting; and City/ Municipal from the
MANAGEMENT 4) Establishment of MRF. Environment City/Municipal
COMMITTEE and Natural Environment
(BESWMC) Resources Office and Natural
(C/MENRO) Resources
Office
(C/MENRO)

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