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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B

Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
1. National Payroll NPS is a priority application within GHRIS that is envisioned to assist the > Contract awarded to NCC > NPS and GHRIS Prototype PhP 206,766,000 PhP 63, 361,000 Office of USEC Moya > NPS and GHRIS > NPS and GHRIS User Training > NPS & GHRIS Pilot > NPS & GHRIS Pilot
System (NPS) and government in facilitating the complete payroll processing requirements of all and ASTI Developed Operations Bureaus Prototype Implementation-Parallel Implementation-
Government Human government agencies with the following features: standardized payroll ICTSS Developed > NPS and GHRIS Pilot Run: Parallel Run:
Resource Information processing, transparent & accurate manpower information, efficient processing > Work flow and process > NPS and GHRIS User Training Implementation (Data Target date of Target date of
System (GHRIS) of all government employees’ salaries and wages. flow documented and -- DOST-ASTI Population of the System) accomplishment: August accomplishment:
finalized -- DOST-NCC Target date of accomplishment: 2012 August 2012
The payroll system objectives are to: 1) Provide an automated payroll processing -- BTr June 2012 >> DOST-ASTI & DOST - >> DOST-ASTI & DOST -
system for the all the Philippine Government Agencies; -- DOF Status: On-going NCC NCC
2) Provide a centralized system for the Government National Payroll processing; -- COA >> NPS & GHRIS Data (DOST- >> BTr & DOF: Status >> BTr & DOF: Status
3) Reduce the redundancy and paperwork and cut red tape in the processing of -- DBM ASTI) -On-going -On-going
government payroll; 4) Streamline the procedure to lessen bureaucratic >> NPS & GHRIS Data (BTr): >> COA & DBM: Status >> COA & DBM: Status
corruption; 5) Resolve the never-ending conflict of non remittances to the GSIS, > NPS and GHRIS live payroll run Status -On-going -On-going -On-going
Pag-ibig, PHIC, and BIR; 6) Optimize government cash flow; 7) Enable employees >> NPS & GHRIS Data (DOF):
to receive their salaries on time, anywhere and anytime which will promote Status -On-going >NPS & GHRIS Post > NPS/GHRIS Change
efficient and transparent processing of all government employee wages and >> NPS & GHRIS Data (COA): evaluation Management Team
salaries. Status -On-going Procurement
-- NPS & GHRIS Data (DBM):
The GHRIS is an internet based Human Resources Management Software that will Status -On-going >NPS/GHRIS Process
facilitate and automate all the human resource management functions of the Standards
National Government. Objectives: 8) Provide an accurate, immediate, and
centralized government human resources database; > Areas of
9) Provide immediate and human resources information to concerned agencies improvement and
like the CSC and the different agencies for their human resource management additional
functions requirements
which will promote effective human resources management of the government. identified

2. Develop a Budget ng In line with the policy of the Department of Budget and Management of > Developed Budget ng > Develop and activate the website N/A N/A Office of Secretary - Public > Website > Website is live and accessible > Develop the > Develop the
Bayan Website institutionalizing transparency, accountability, and participative governance, a Bayan concept note BudgetNgBayan.com Information Unit (PIU) and Office undergoing to the public Interactive Budget Cycle; Interactive Budget
Budget ng Bayan website will be built and promoted. The site endeavors to of USEC Moya development and Further development Cycle; Status: On-
leverage new technology and the near-ubiquity of internet access to foster > Hired a web developer > Develop the Interactive Budget data population > Social media accounts and more improvement going second phase:
meaningful citizen participation in the budget process by making what was and designer for the first Cycle activated (e.g. Facebook and on interface, interactivity Further development
heretofore an esoteric exercise into something intuitive and interactive. phase of the website Twitter of Budget ng Bayan and and virality in social and more
> Develop the Citizen's Portal DBM) media improvement on
Components: interface, interactivity
1. Budget 101: an illustrated and simplified discussion of the national budget > Develop the Downloads Section > Publication of 2012 People's > Develop the and virality in social
process Budget Downloads section media
2. My Budget: a digital version of the 2012 People's Budget and the 2013 > Active social media accounts (Open Data)
People's NEP > Develop Citizen's Portal > Develop Citizen's
2. Citizen’s Portal: a space for citizens to raise and discuss budget-related > Publication of 2013 Portal: Second phase
concerns and suggestions People's NEP of site development to
3. Downloads Section: downloadable budget documents in CSV and PDF format include social media
4. Social Media Accounts: Budget ng Bayan Facebook page; DBM Twitter account, apps per page and
Budget ng Bayan hash tag Open Data
5. The 2012 People’s Budget: an illustrated and simplified discussion on the 2012 development.
National Budget (GAA), its dimensions and priority expenditure areas
6. The 2013 People's NEP (Proposed Budget in Brief 2013): a People's Budget
Publication; an illustrated and simplified discussion of the proposed 2013
National Budget, focusing on expenditure priorities, macroeconomic assumptions
and fiscal program

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
3. Electronic Pursuant to the demand for greater transparency and accountability in the > Real time information on > Deployment of IRA module N/A N/A Office of USEC Moya > Development of > Deployment of IRA
Transparency and allotment and utilization of lump sum funds, eTAILS was developed as a facility to PDAF releases has been Operations Bureaus the IRA interface in module
Accountability particularize items under Special Allotment Release Orders (SARO) pertaining to available since June 2011 > Deployment of eSAOB: eletronic ICTSS e-TAILS
Initiative for Lump- the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), Department of Public Works on the DBM website SAOB submission facility > Deployment of
Sum Funds (e-TAILS) and Highways-Congressional Allocation for Infrastructure (DPWH-CA), Financial through e-TAILS eSAOB: eletronic SAOB
Project Subsidy to Local Government Units (FS-LGU), and Internal Revenue Allotment (http://reports.dbm.gov.ph > BudgetNgBayan website eTAILS 2 submission facility
(IRA). /pdaf.php) feedback facility
> BudgetNgBayan
Phase 1 makes this possible by the processing of all lump sum fund SAROs website eTAILS 2
through the eTAILS facility. And whatever is processed and released is then feedback facility
automatically published to the DBM website for the discerning public to see. The
PDAF and FS-LGU models are now live. In the long term, it is expected that Phase
1 will be improved by the Government Integrated Financial Management
Information System (GIFMIS) which will enable eTAILS to also track actual
obligations, utilization, disbursements.

Phase 2 takes the transparency afforded by Phase 1 and furthers it into


accountability. Phase 2 will leverage social media to enable discussion pertinent
to each program or infrastructure project. The public will be able to post
comments (including photo and video) on each item, which the representatives
of the government agency or elective official to which the lump sum funds were
released for the particular program or project will likewise be able to reply.
eTAILS will also be folded into Budget ng Bayan.

4. Cashless Purchase The Cashless Purchase Card System will allow authorized personnel (purchasing Several discussions have > Contract signing Office of USEC Moya Issuance of Notice of > Contract signing D
Card (CPC) and disbursement officers; those typically responsible for petty cash) to use a been undertaken between ICTSS Award of the B
special credit card linked to an online system that enables government to both DBM, DND-AFP and COA > Begin Phase I pilot Contract > Begin Phase I pilot M
control and monitor purchases on each card (how much, which merchant, etc.) and there is already implementation (DBm and DND-AFP implementation (DBm ,
and generate aggregate reports and analytics. Thus, the system: general agreement on GHQ) and DND-AFP GHQ):
1. Limits discretionary cash; pursuing this program. Eligible card purchases C
2. Facilitates liquidation; limited to medical O
3. Develops a database of financial information for strategic purposes; supplies, meals/food, A
4. Maintains internal controls on the issuance and use of the cards consistent transportation of ,
with existing financial management (i.e. accounting, auditing, budget and official documents,
treasury) standards. airline tickets, and D
construction supplies N
for minor repairs D
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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
5. Implement a Registry The RSBSA is an electronic compilation of basic information on farmers, farm > MOA between DBM, DA, > Completed database (electronic estimated PhP 605,076,265 Office of Usec. Moya > Training (three > Manual Processing of > Machine Processing of L
System for Basic laborers and fishermen, the target beneficiaries of agriculture-related programs DAR and NSO for the compilation) of farmers, farm PhP 2,096,760,000 levels) Registration Forms at Provincial Registration Forms at e
Sectors in Agriculture and services. The establishment of the RSBSA database envisions manageable development of a Registry laborers and fisherfolk for 20 pilot Offices Regional Offices a
(Farmers and access to baseline agricultural information by government stakeholders. Through System for Basic Sectors in provinces -Batch 1 FY 2011 > Registration d
Fisherfolk) this system, government planners and policymakers could effectively formulate Agriculture. P605,077,000 Activity in all > Further Processing at :
Implement a Registry significant policies for agricultural development. > Finish registration of Second -Batch 2 FY 2012 barangays Central Office
System for Basic > Three level training Batch (55 provinces) P1,215,818,000
Sectors in Agriculture RSBSA Batch 1 (pilot phase) covered 20 provinces which were selected based on (November 2011 - January -Batch 3 FY 2013 >Development of Data D
(Farmers and their poverty incidence, engagement in agricultural work, and vulnerability to 2012) P275,942,000 File/Prototype Database B
Fisherfolk) calamities. These are as follows: (Cordillera Administrative Region) Abra, Apayao, for RSBSA M
Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province, (Region IV-B [MIMAROPA]) Romblon, (Region ,
V [Bicol]) Camarines Sur, Masbate, (Region VII [Central Visayas]) Siquijor, (Region
VIII [Eastern Visayas]) Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Western Samar, (Region IX C
[Zamboanga Peninsula]) Zamboanga del Norte, (Region XI [Davao]) Davao l
Oriental, (Region XII [SOCCSKSARGEN]) North Cotabato, Sarangani, Sultan u
Kudarat, (Caraga) Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, and Surigao del Sur. s
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Batch 2 of the RSBSA seeks to cover 55 of the country’s remaining provinces e
excluding the ARMM and the NCR which are targeted for 2013. The r
establishment of the RSBSA database envisions manageable access to baseline
agricultural information by government stakeholders in order to better policy- w
making and to help direct aid and subsidy to the proper beneficiaries/recipients i
significant for agricultural development. The RSBSA is among the key programs t
under the Digitization Sub-cluster of the Good Governance and Anti-Corruption h
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6. Government The GIFMIS is a browser based application composed of components\modules On-going development of a > Development of the GIFMIS PhP 206,766,000 PhP 63,361,000 Office of USEC Moya Completion of Specs > NPS pilot roll-out in > Development of the e
Integrated Financial that automates and reports the many different processes involved with the web-based GIFMIS track 1. Conceptual Design Office of ASEC Cantor and coding of four agencies GIFMIS Conceptual r
Management agency budget and expenditure cycle of the National Government. The GIFMIS It will greatly facilitate Operations Bureaus modules Design
Information System application is envisioned as a tool that will assist the government in administering improved oversight of > NPS pilot roll-out in four agencies CPRS o
(GIFMIS) its function of maintaining fiscal discipline, fund allocation and operations for the three agencies - COA, DBM ICTSS System Analysis > Creation of Business n
effective delivery of government’s services as well as a reliable financial tool from and DOF/BTr. > Creation of Business Transformation Office
which financial decisions can be made. The GIFMIS Application includes the Transformation Office Primary stakeholders: Commission System Design I
National Payroll System (NPS) as well. on Audit (COA), Department of T
Finance (DoF), Bureau of Treasury GIFMIS portal
Project Objectives: (BTr) I
1. Provide real-time online accounting, monitoring, and control of obligations and 2 out of 12 modules m
disbursements and their direct links to cash management for more effective Secondary stakeholders: coding p
financial control and accountability; Government Service Insurance l
2. Provide a more effective way of cash management and rationalizing agency System (GSIS), Philippine Health e
bank accounts, a more economical system for cash disbursements which will Insurance Corporation (PHIC), m
remove revenue and cash floats, and a more efficient reconciliation of bank Home Mutual Development Fund e
balances; - Pag-Ibig (HDMF-Pag-Ibig), n
3. Provide an efficient budget release system with predictable and streamlined Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), t
allotment and cash release programs throughout the year to support the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) i
operations of implementing agencies based on reliable cash forecasting and and other government authorized n
programming by concerned agencies such as DBM and BTr. banks, Civil Service Commission g
4. Provide a systematic recording and reporting of all liabilities of government (CSC), All government agencies :
entities including real and contingent liabilities to enable national government to using the application and other
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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
7. Expand and enhance PhilGEPS is an electronic bulletin board of bid notices and awards. It also has an PhilGEPS currently features 1. 100% registration of PS - PhilGEPS
the Philippine electronic catalogue of common goods in Procurement Service. The web portal an electronic bulletin national government
Government Electronic will be extended to an e-bidding system where bids and proposals of qualified board for posting of agencies and GOCCs
Procurement System bidders and winning bidders will be posted on the PhilGEPS site. notices and awards; nationwide and 100% 88.74% of NGAs, 88.85% of NGAs, 92.42% of NGAs, 100% of NGAs,
(PhilGEPS) supplier registry, automatic registration of LGUs 99.23% of GOCCs, 99.9% of GOCCs, 100% of GOCCs, 100% of GOCCs,
bid matching and virtual (Provinces, 84.77% of LGUs 88.62% of LGUs 94.2% of LGUs 100% of LGUs
store of common supplies Cities and Municipalities
of PS only)

2. Additional 7,300 suppliers 3,240 new suppliers 5,577 new suppliers registered 6,439 new suppliers 7,300 new suppliers
registered registered registered registered

Expanded Supplier E-bid submission testing


3. Expanded Supplier Registry, Registry done, E-bid submission E-bid submission
(Government of the E-bid submission Simulation/Training of Pilot implementation
Philippines - testing Pilot agencies and
Official Merchant Registry) suppliers.
E-bid Submission pilot
implemented
90% availability of 90% availability of the system 90% availability of the
4. 90% availability and ease of the system 90% availability of the system
access on facilities for system
posting of invitations to bid
and bid results

8. Public Expenditure
Management Reforms

- ZBB ZBB will mainstream the periodic evaluation/ review of major programs to avoid ZBB has been used in the For 2012, seven ZBB studies will be FPB FPB contracted PIDS FPB issued memo to FPB to contract
automatic program carry-over and “incrementalism” in department budgets. crafting of the 2011 and conducted on major programs, and Operations Bureaus for 7 ZBB studies; BMBs for the submission services of
2012 national budgets. results will be adopted in crafting ongoing for 2013 of possible programs to consultant(s) for the
the 2013 National Budget. Budget Preparation be reviewed/ evaluated conduct of ZBB studies
as input to the FY 2014
Budget Preparation

- MTEF MTEF seeks to institutionalize a multi-year approach to budgeting by formulating The FEs for FYs 2013-2014 For 2012, National Budget FPB The BMBs updated/ FPB to draft/ prepare
Forward Estimates (the annual future costs) of on-going programs and projects, were formulated in Memorandum No. 113 dated Operations Bureaus formulated the FEs BPG on the updating
which become the basis of the annual indicative budget ceilings of government January- February as part January 31, 2012 was issued to and consolidated by of FY 2014-2016
agencies. of the early budget cover the indicative ceilings of the FPB as basis for Forward Estimates.
preparation activities for FY departments for the FY 2013 the issuance of Accordingly, be
2012. The FEs for 2012 Budget Preparation. indicative ceiling for consolidated after
became the basis of the FY 2013 budget. BMBs done with the
indicative ceiling of updating.
departments issued under
NBM No. 108 dated
February 8, 2011

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
- OPIF OPIF will help ensure that government resources are spent on the right things > OPIF Capacity Assessors > Conduct continuing review of 6,194,545.00 Operations Bureaus > On-going review > OPIF Reference Guide issued > Assist in the conduct of > Assist in approval of
and goods and services are provided at reasonable costs while attaining desired Training/ Workshop (Feb. 9) Major Final Outputs (MFOs), CPRS of indicators PBB briefings and performance targets
results and outcomes Performance Indicators (PIs) and cascading workshops submitted by
> Introductory Session on Programs, Activities and Projects departments/
OPIF-Based Budgeting (Feb. (PAPs) of Departments/ Agencies > Conduct of trainings and agencies
11) awareness raising based on
OPIF Reference Guide and
> Continued publication of an Results-Based > Conduct of
> Review and Finalization of improved Book of Outputs workshops to finalize
OPIF Reference Guide (Aug. Management (RBM)
principles to familiarize agency submissions of
3) > Finalized and approved MFOs, PIs DBM personnel in their revised MFOs, PIs and
> Final Review on the
and PAPs of selected agencies role in supporting PAPs
government agencies in
Revised OPIF Reference the review of MFOs, PIs
Guide and Related > Finalization and
and PAP restructuring in approval of MFOs, PIs
Guidelines (Sept. 22) preparation for a results-
based budget document
and PAPs of selected
> Fora on the use of policy (CY 2014) agencies
guidelines for review of
MFOs, PIs and PAPs > Assessment of agency
restructuring (NBC 532) compliance to NBC 532
(Dec. 12)
> Review and critiquing of
agency submissions

9. Strengthening of The National Guidelines on Internal Control Systems (NGICS) and the Philippine > The PGIAM, which > Finalization of the PGIAM SPIB > Conduct of four (4) > Conduct of a three-day > Conduct of capacity- > Completion in the
Internal Control Government Internal Audit Manual (PGIAM) have been formulated and issued for complements the NGICS, was Trainers' Training Manuals half-day briefings on risk Writeshop cum Trainers’ building trainings based conduct of capacity-
launched in October 2011. management and risk building trainings on the
Systems (ICS) and the national government. The NGICS contains the fundamental principles, assessment for key Training on Presentation Skills on PGIAM Training
Internal Audit (IA) in policies and general standards that can guide agencies in developing, > Conduct of capacity-building for PGIAM trainers Modules for selected PGIAM/NGICS for
officials/personnel of
government implementing and monitoring their respective ICS for better governance. On the > A pool of trainers from the trainings on the PGIAM/NGICS for agencies concerned IAS/IAU personnel of IAS/IAU personnel of
DBM, COA, OP-IAO and departments/agencies/G
other hand, the PGIAM would assist agencies in establishing and developing agencies concerned was IAS/Internal Audit Unit (IAU) > Pilot-testing of the PGIAM priority agencies OCCs/GFIs concerned
internal audit to promote effective, efficient, ethical and economical operations personnel of > Preparation of the draft Trainers’ Training Manuals for concerned
organized to be tapped for Trainers’ Training
in government. the conduct of the departments/agencies/GOCCs/GFIs Manuals on the PGIAM DBM and DAP IAS personnel > Completion in the
PGIAM/NGICS trainings. Thus, concerned establishment of an IAS
a Trainers’ Training on the > Conduct of a three-day > Resumption in the conduct of in five (5) departments
PGIAM which was > Establishment of an Internal training on the the orientation on the PGIAM
participated in by about 45 NGICS/PGIAM for DENR > Hiring of ICS/IA
Audit Service in six (6) Departments IAS personnel for IAS staff of agencies/GOCCs
personnel from agencies concerned Consultants for the
concerned was conducted in > Preparation of draft Generic > Completion of the conduct of learning-by-
October 2011. The need for a Manuals on Controls in the Human learning-by-doing > Creation of an IAS in the DOF doing trainings for DBM
standard set of training trainings on the and DENR IAS personnel
manuals was identified in this Resource Management System NGICS/PGIAM for DOLE
training. This was followed by (HRMS), Quality Management personnel concerned > Completion of the learning- > Preparation of the
a focused-group discussion System (QMS) and the Risk by-doing trainings on the draft Generic Manuals
among said trainers in Management System (RMS) > Commencement in the NGICS/PGIAM for DSWD on Controls in the QMS,
December 2011 to draw conduct of orientation on personnel concerned HRMS and RMS
the overview of the
inputs for the preparation of PGIAM for IAS personnel
the PGIAM Trainers’ Training concerned
Manuals.

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
10. Expand CSO Pursuant to the Philippine Government’s commitment to transparent, accountable, Piloted the implementation Formulation/ Issuance of DBM DBM Appropriation DBM Appropriation CSO Desk/ OSEC/ BMBs Formulation/ Compliance of pilot agencies (6 Compliance of pilot Development of
engagement in the and participatory governance, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) of National Budget Guidelines on CSO Participation in issuance of DBM NGAs, 3 GOCCs) to all NBCs agencies (6 NGAs, 3 Framework of CSO
budget process has initiated reforms to encourage citizens to participate in the budget process and Memorandum (NBM) 109 the Agency Budget Preparation Guidelines on CSO issued GOCCs) to all NBCs Mapping
make them constructive partners in working for improved, transparent, and (Guidelines on Partnership Participation in the issued
accountable public financial management. and Participation of Civil Agency Budget
Society Organizations and Preparation
To better respond to the requirements of an open budgeting system, the DBM Other Stakeholders in the
commenced the engagement of civil society organizations (CSOs) in the budget Preparation of Budget
process with the issuance of National Budget Memorandum (NBM) 109 or the Proposals) in six (6)
Guidelines on CSO Participation in the Preparation of Agency Budget Proposals. A national government
year after the implementation of NBM 109, a rapid review was undertaken by DBM
together with concerned NGAs/GOCCs and CSOs. The issues/challenges identified in
agencies (NGAs) and three
the review were utilized for the enhancement of a set of guidelines on CSO (3) government-owned and
participation in the preparation of agency budget proposal (National Budget Circular controlled corporations
536). (GOCCs)

To further broaden the constructive participation of civil society in the budget


process, a set of guidelines on CSO participation in budget execution (National
Budget Circular 539) was formulated by a DBM Task Force in consultation with NGAs
and partner-CSOs.

Objective:
To have a broad, informed and meaningful stakeholder engagement in key stages of
the Public Financial Management (PFM) cycle especially the budget process.

Five (5) Budget Partnership Formulation/ Issuance of DBM Formulation/ Documentation of


Agreements were forged Guidelines on CSO Participation in Issuance of DBM lessons learned,
by five (5) agencies with the Agency Budget Execution Guidelines on CSO evaluation of insights,
five (5) CSOs Participation in the and identification of
Agency Budget good practices/
Execution experiences on CSO
participation in budget
work

(Inputs to
development of
Knowledge Products)

Rapid Review of the Participation in domestic and Participation in domestic and


Implementation of NBM international fora/ workshops on international fora/ workshops
109 (Lessons Learned Open Budget Partnership (OBP) and on Open Budget Partnership
Session with NGAs, GOCCs Open Government Partnership (OBP) and Open Government
and CSOs) (OGP) Partnership (OGP)

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
Creation of Regional CSO
Desk in the 16 DBM
Regional Offices

Creation of Task Forces to Development of Framework of CSO


Draft Guidelines on CSO Mapping
Participation in Budget
Work/ Process

CSO Desk provided Documentation of lessons learned,


technical assistance (acted evaluation of insights, and
as resource person) during identification of good practices/
seminars, fora, conferences experiences on CSO participation in
on CSO engagement/ budget work
participation in the budget
process

Prepared by:

________________________________ August 30, 2012 ____________________________ August 30, 2012


GIL P. MONTALBO Date EDEN D. PANGILINAN Date
Assistant Secretary and Budget Officer
Concurrent Director, CPRS

Approved by:

_________________________________ August 30, 2012


FLORENCIO B. ABAD Date
Department Secretary

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
1. National Payroll NPS is a priority application within GHRIS that is envisioned to assist the > Contract awarded to NCC > NPS and GHRIS Prototype PhP 206,766,000 PhP 63, 361,000 Office of USEC Moya > NPS and GHRIS > NPS and GHRIS User Training > NPS & GHRIS Pilot > NPS & GHRIS Pilot
System (NPS) and government in facilitating the complete payroll processing requirements of all and ASTI Developed Operations Bureaus Prototype Implementation-Parallel Implementation-
Government Human government agencies with the following features: standardized payroll ICTSS Developed > NPS and GHRIS Pilot Run: Parallel Run:
Resource Information processing, transparent & accurate manpower information, efficient processing > Work flow and process > NPS and GHRIS User Training Implementation (Data Target date of Target date of
System (GHRIS) of all government employees’ salaries and wages. flow documented and -- DOST-ASTI Population of the System) accomplishment: August accomplishment:
finalized -- DOST-NCC Target date of accomplishment: 2012 August 2012
The payroll system objectives are to: 1) Provide an automated payroll processing -- BTr June 2012 >> DOST-ASTI & DOST - >> DOST-ASTI & DOST -
system for the all the Philippine Government Agencies; -- DOF Status: On-going NCC NCC
2) Provide a centralized system for the Government National Payroll processing; -- COA >> NPS & GHRIS Data (DOST- >> BTr & DOF: Status >> BTr & DOF: Status
3) Reduce the redundancy and paperwork and cut red tape in the processing of -- DBM ASTI) -On-going -On-going
government payroll; 4) Streamline the procedure to lessen bureaucratic >> NPS & GHRIS Data (BTr): >> COA & DBM: Status >> COA & DBM: Status
corruption; 5) Resolve the never-ending conflict of non remittances to the GSIS, > NPS and GHRIS live payroll run Status -On-going -On-going -On-going
Pag-ibig, PHIC, and BIR; 6) Optimize government cash flow; 7) Enable employees >> NPS & GHRIS Data (DOF):
to receive their salaries on time, anywhere and anytime which will promote Status -On-going >NPS & GHRIS Post > NPS/GHRIS Change
efficient and transparent processing of all government employee wages and >> NPS & GHRIS Data (COA): evaluation Management Team
salaries. Status -On-going Procurement
-- NPS & GHRIS Data (DBM):
The GHRIS is an internet based Human Resources Management Software that will Status -On-going >NPS/GHRIS Process
facilitate and automate all the human resource management functions of the Standards
National Government. Objectives: 8) Provide an accurate, immediate, and
centralized government human resources database; > Areas of
9) Provide immediate and human resources information to concerned agencies improvement and
like the CSC and the different agencies for their human resource management additional
functions requirements
which will promote effective human resources management of the government. identified

2. Develop a Budget ng In line with the policy of the Department of Budget and Management of > Developed Budget ng > Develop and activate the website N/A N/A Office of Secretary - Public > Website > Website is live and accessible > Develop the > Develop the
Bayan Website institutionalizing transparency, accountability, and participative governance, a Bayan concept note BudgetNgBayan.com Information Unit (PIU) and undergoing to the public Interactive Budget Cycle; Interactive Budget
Budget ng Bayan website will be built and promoted. The site endeavors to Office of USEC Moya development and Further development Cycle; Status: On-
leverage new technology and the near-ubiquity of internet access to foster > Hired a web developer > Develop the Interactive Budget data population > Social media accounts and more improvement going second phase:
meaningful citizen participation in the budget process by making what was and designer for the first Cycle activated (e.g. Facebook and on interface, interactivity Further development
heretofore an esoteric exercise into something intuitive and interactive. phase of the website Twitter of Budget ng Bayan and and virality in social and more
> Develop the Citizen's Portal DBM) media improvement on
Components: interface, interactivity
1. Budget 101: an illustrated and simplified discussion of the national budget > Develop the Downloads Section > Publication of 2012 People's > Develop the and virality in social
process Budget Downloads section media
2. My Budget: a digital version of the 2012 People's Budget and the 2013 > Active social media accounts (Open Data)
People's NEP > Develop Citizen's Portal > Develop Citizen's
2. Citizen’s Portal: a space for citizens to raise and discuss budget-related > Publication of 2013 Portal: Second phase
concerns and suggestions People's NEP of site development to
3. Downloads Section: downloadable budget documents in CSV and PDF format include social media
4. Social Media Accounts: Budget ng Bayan Facebook page; DBM Twitter account, apps per page and
Budget ng Bayan hash tag Open Data
5. The 2012 People’s Budget: an illustrated and simplified discussion on the 2012 development.
National Budget (GAA), its dimensions and priority expenditure areas
6. The 2013 People's NEP (Proposed Budget in Brief 2013): a People's Budget
Publication; an illustrated and simplified discussion of the proposed 2013
National Budget, focusing on expenditure priorities, macroeconomic assumptions
and fiscal program

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
3. Electronic Pursuant to the demand for greater transparency and accountability in the > Real time information on > Deployment of IRA module N/A N/A Office of USEC Moya > Development of > Deployment of IRA
Transparency and allotment and utilization of lump sum funds, eTAILS was developed as a facility to PDAF releases has been Operations Bureaus the IRA interface in module
Accountability particularize items under Special Allotment Release Orders (SARO) pertaining to available since June 2011 > Deployment of eSAOB: eletronic ICTSS e-TAILS
Initiative for Lump- the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), Department of Public Works on the DBM website SAOB submission facility > Deployment of
Sum Funds (e-TAILS) and Highways-Congressional Allocation for Infrastructure (DPWH-CA), Financial through e-TAILS eSAOB: eletronic SAOB
Project Subsidy to Local Government Units (FS-LGU), and Internal Revenue Allotment (http://reports.dbm.gov.ph > BudgetNgBayan website eTAILS 2 submission facility
(IRA). /pdaf.php) feedback facility
> BudgetNgBayan
Phase 1 makes this possible by the processing of all lump sum fund SAROs website eTAILS 2
through the eTAILS facility. And whatever is processed and released is then feedback facility
automatically published to the DBM website for the discerning public to see. The
PDAF and FS-LGU models are now live. In the long term, it is expected that Phase
1 will be improved by the Government Integrated Financial Management
Information System (GIFMIS) which will enable eTAILS to also track actual
obligations, utilization, disbursements.
Phase 2 takes the transparency afforded by Phase 1 and furthers it into
accountability. Phase 2 will leverage social media to enable discussion pertinent
to each program or infrastructure project. The public will be able to post
comments (including photo and video) on each item, which the representatives
of the government agency or elective official to which the lump sum funds were
released for the particular program or project will likewise be able to reply.
eTAILS will also be folded into Budget ng Bayan.

4. Cashless Purchase The Cashless Purchase Card System will allow authorized personnel (purchasing Several discussions have > Contract signing Office of USEC Moya Issuance of Notice of > Contract signing D
Card (CPC) and disbursement officers; those typically responsible for petty cash) to use a been undertaken between ICTSS Award of the B
special credit card linked to an online system that enables government to both DBM, DND-AFP and COA > Begin Phase I pilot Contract > Begin Phase I pilot M
control and monitor purchases on each card (how much, which merchant, etc.) and there is already implementation (DBm and DND-AFP implementation (DBm ,
and generate aggregate reports and analytics. Thus, the system: general agreement on GHQ) and DND-AFP GHQ):
1. Limits discretionary cash; pursuing this program. Eligible card purchases C
2. Facilitates liquidation; limited to medical O
3. Develops a database of financial information for strategic purposes; supplies, meals/food, A
4. Maintains internal controls on the issuance and use of the cards consistent transportation of ,
with existing financial management (i.e. accounting, auditing, budget and official documents,
treasury) standards. airline tickets, and D
construction supplies N
for minor repairs D
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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
5. Implement a Registry The RSBSA is an electronic compilation of basic information on farmers, farm > MOA between DBM, DA, > Completed database (electronic estimated PhP 605,076,265 Office of Usec. Moya > Training (three > Manual Processing of > Machine Processing of L
System for Basic laborers and fishermen, the target beneficiaries of agriculture-related programs DAR and NSO for the compilation) of farmers, farm PhP 2,096,760,000 levels) Registration Forms at Provincial Registration Forms at e
Sectors in Agriculture and services. The establishment of the RSBSA database envisions manageable development of a Registry laborers and fisherfolk for 20 pilot Offices Regional Offices a
(Farmers and access to baseline agricultural information by government stakeholders. Through System for Basic Sectors in provinces -Batch 1 FY 2011 > Registration d
Fisherfolk) this system, government planners and policymakers could effectively formulate Agriculture. P605,077,000 Activity in all > Further Processing at :
Implement a Registry significant policies for agricultural development. > Finish registration of Second -Batch 2 FY 2012 barangays Central Office
System for Basic > Three level training Batch (55 provinces) P1,215,818,000
Sectors in Agriculture RSBSA Batch 1 (pilot phase) covered 20 provinces which were selected based on (November 2011 - January -Batch 3 FY 2013 >Development of Data D
(Farmers and their poverty incidence, engagement in agricultural work, and vulnerability to 2012) P275,942,000 File/Prototype Database B
Fisherfolk) calamities. These are as follows: (Cordillera Administrative Region) Abra, Apayao, for RSBSA M
Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province, (Region IV-B [MIMAROPA]) Romblon, (Region ,
V [Bicol]) Camarines Sur, Masbate, (Region VII [Central Visayas]) Siquijor, (Region
VIII [Eastern Visayas]) Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Western Samar, (Region IX C
[Zamboanga Peninsula]) Zamboanga del Norte, (Region XI [Davao]) Davao l
Oriental, (Region XII [SOCCSKSARGEN]) North Cotabato, Sarangani, Sultan u
Kudarat, (Caraga) Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, and Surigao del Sur. s
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Batch 2 of the RSBSA seeks to cover 55 of the country’s remaining provinces e
excluding the ARMM and the NCR which are targeted for 2013. The r
establishment of the RSBSA database envisions manageable access to baseline
agricultural information by government stakeholders in order to better policy- w
making and to help direct aid and subsidy to the proper beneficiaries/recipients i
significant for agricultural development. The RSBSA is among the key programs t
under the Digitization Sub-cluster of the Good Governance and Anti-Corruption h
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6. Government The GIFMIS is a browser based application composed of components\modules On-going development of a > Development of the GIFMIS PhP 206,766,000 PhP 63,361,000 Office of USEC Moya Completion of Specs > NPS pilot roll-out in > Development of the e
Integrated Financial that automates and reports the many different processes involved with the web-based GIFMIS track 1. Conceptual Design Office of ASEC Cantor and coding of four agencies GIFMIS Conceptual r
Management agency budget and expenditure cycle of the National Government. The GIFMIS It will greatly facilitate Operations Bureaus modules Design
Information System application is envisioned as a tool that will assist the government in administering improved oversight of > NPS pilot roll-out in four agencies CPRS o
(GIFMIS) its function of maintaining fiscal discipline, fund allocation and operations for the three agencies - COA, DBM ICTSS System Analysis > Creation of Business n
effective delivery of government’s services as well as a reliable financial tool from and DOF/BTr. > Creation of Business Transformation Office
which financial decisions can be made. The GIFMIS Application includes the Transformation Office Primary stakeholders: System Design I
National Payroll System (NPS) as well. Commission on Audit (COA), T
Department of Finance (DoF), GIFMIS portal
Project Objectives: Bureau of Treasury (BTr) I
1. Provide real-time online accounting, monitoring, and control of obligations and 2 out of 12 modules m
disbursements and their direct links to cash management for more effective Secondary stakeholders: coding p
financial control and accountability; Government Service Insurance l
2. Provide a more effective way of cash management and rationalizing agency System (GSIS), Philippine e
bank accounts, a more economical system for cash disbursements which will Health Insurance Corporation m
remove revenue and cash floats, and a more efficient reconciliation of bank (PHIC), Home Mutual e
balances; Development Fund - Pag-Ibig n
3. Provide an efficient budget release system with predictable and streamlined (HDMF-Pag-Ibig), Bureau of t
allotment and cash release programs throughout the year to support the Internal Revenue (BIR), Land i
operations of implementing agencies based on reliable cash forecasting and Bank of the Philippines (LBP) n
programming by concerned agencies such as DBM and BTr. and other government g
4. Provide a systematic recording and reporting of all liabilities of government authorized banks, Civil Service :
entities including real and contingent liabilities to enable national government to Commission (CSC), All
manage its financial exposure. government agencies using the D
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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
7. Expand and enhance PhilGEPS is an electronic bulletin board of bid notices and awards. It also has an PhilGEPS currently features 1. 100% registration of PS - PhilGEPS
the Philippine electronic catalogue of common goods in Procurement Service. The web portal an electronic bulletin national government
Government Electronic will be extended to an e-bidding system where bids and proposals of qualified board for posting of agencies and GOCCs
Procurement System bidders and winning bidders will be posted on the PhilGEPS site. notices and awards; nationwide and 100% 88.74% of NGAs, 88.85% of NGAs, 92.42% of NGAs, 100% of NGAs,
(PhilGEPS) supplier registry, automatic registration of LGUs 99.23% of GOCCs, 99.9% of GOCCs, 100% of GOCCs, 100% of GOCCs,
bid matching and virtual (Provinces, 84.77% of LGUs 88.62% of LGUs 94.2% of LGUs 100% of LGUs
store of common supplies Cities and Municipalities
of PS only)
2. Additional 7,300 suppliers 3,240 new suppliers 5,577 new suppliers registered 6,439 new suppliers 7,300 new suppliers
registered registered registered registered
Expanded Supplier E-bid submission testing
3. Expanded Supplier Registry, Registry done, E-bid submission E-bid submission
(Government of the E-bid submission Simulation/Training of Pilot implementation
Philippines - testing Pilot agencies and
Official Merchant Registry) suppliers.
E-bid Submission pilot
implemented
90% availability of 90% availability of the system 90% availability of the
4. 90% availability and ease of the system 90% availability of the system
access on facilities for system
posting of invitations to bid
and bid results

8. Public Expenditure
Management Reforms

- ZBB ZBB will mainstream the periodic evaluation/ review of major programs to avoid ZBB has been used in the For 2012, seven ZBB studies will be FPB FPB contracted PIDS FPB issued memo to FPB to contract
automatic program carry-over and “incrementalism” in department budgets. crafting of the 2011 and conducted on major programs, and Operations Bureaus for 7 ZBB studies; BMBs for the submission services of
2012 national budgets. results will be adopted in crafting ongoing for 2013 of possible programs to consultant(s) for the
the 2013 National Budget. Budget Preparation be reviewed/ evaluated conduct of ZBB studies
as input to the FY 2014
Budget Preparation

- MTEF MTEF seeks to institutionalize a multi-year approach to budgeting by formulating The FEs for FYs 2013-2014 For 2012, National Budget FPB The BMBs updated/ FPB to draft/ prepare
Forward Estimates (the annual future costs) of on-going programs and projects, were formulated in Memorandum No. 113 dated Operations Bureaus formulated the FEs BPG on the updating
which become the basis of the annual indicative budget ceilings of government January- February as part January 31, 2012 was issued to and consolidated by of FY 2014-2016
agencies. of the early budget cover the indicative ceilings of the FPB as basis for Forward Estimates.
preparation activities for FY departments for the FY 2013 the issuance of Accordingly, be
2012. The FEs for 2012 Budget Preparation. indicative ceiling for consolidated after
became the basis of the FY 2013 budget. BMBs done with the
indicative ceiling of updating.
departments issued under
NBM No. 108 dated
February 8, 2011

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
- OPIF OPIF will help ensure that government resources are spent on the right things > OPIF Capacity Assessors > Conduct continuing review of 6,194,545.00 Operations Bureaus > On-going review > OPIF Reference Guide issued > Assist in the conduct of > Assist in approval of
and goods and services are provided at reasonable costs while attaining desired Training/ Workshop (Feb. 9) Major Final Outputs (MFOs), CPRS of indicators PBB briefings and performance targets
results and outcomes Performance Indicators (PIs) and cascading workshops submitted by
> Introductory Session on Programs, Activities and Projects departments/
OPIF-Based Budgeting (Feb. (PAPs) of Departments/ Agencies > Conduct of trainings and agencies
11) awareness raising based on
OPIF Reference Guide and
> Continued publication of an Results-Based > Conduct of
> Review and Finalization of improved Book of Outputs workshops to finalize
OPIF Reference Guide (Aug. Management (RBM)
principles to familiarize agency submissions of
3) > Finalized and approved MFOs, PIs DBM personnel in their revised MFOs, PIs and
> Final Review on the and PAPs of selected agencies role in supporting PAPs
government agencies in
Revised OPIF Reference the review of MFOs, PIs
Guide and Related > Finalization and
and PAP restructuring in approval of MFOs, PIs
Guidelines (Sept. 22) preparation for a results-
based budget document
and PAPs of selected
> Fora on the use of policy (CY 2014) agencies
guidelines for review of
MFOs, PIs and PAPs > Assessment of agency
restructuring (NBC 532) compliance to NBC 532
(Dec. 12)
> Review and critiquing of
agency submissions

9. Strengthening of The National Guidelines on Internal Control Systems (NGICS) and the Philippine > The PGIAM, which > Finalization of the PGIAM SPIB > Conduct of four (4) > Conduct of a three-day > Conduct of capacity- > Completion in the
Internal Control Government Internal Audit Manual (PGIAM) have been formulated and issued for complements the NGICS, was Trainers' Training Manuals half-day briefings on risk Writeshop cum Trainers’ building trainings based conduct of capacity-
launched in October 2011. management and risk building trainings on the
Systems (ICS) and the national government. The NGICS contains the fundamental principles, assessment for key Training on Presentation Skills on PGIAM Training
Internal Audit (IA) in policies and general standards that can guide agencies in developing, > Conduct of capacity-building for PGIAM trainers Modules for selected PGIAM/NGICS for
officials/personnel of
government implementing and monitoring their respective ICS for better governance. On the > A pool of trainers from the trainings on the PGIAM/NGICS for agencies concerned IAS/IAU personnel of IAS/IAU personnel of
DBM, COA, OP-IAO and departments/agencies/G
other hand, the PGIAM would assist agencies in establishing and developing agencies concerned was IAS/Internal Audit Unit (IAU) > Pilot-testing of the PGIAM priority agencies OCCs/GFIs concerned
> Preparation of the draft
internal audit to promote effective, efficient, ethical and economical operations organized to be tapped for personnel of Trainers’ Training
Trainers’ Training Manuals for concerned
in government. the conduct of the departments/agencies/GOCCs/GFIs Manuals on the PGIAM DBM and DAP IAS personnel > Completion in the
PGIAM/NGICS trainings. Thus, concerned establishment of an IAS
a Trainers’ Training on the > Conduct of a three-day > Resumption in the conduct of in five (5) departments
PGIAM which was > Establishment of an Internal training on the the orientation on the PGIAM
participated in by about 45 NGICS/PGIAM for DENR > Hiring of ICS/IA
Audit Service in six (6) Departments IAS personnel for IAS staff of agencies/GOCCs
personnel from agencies concerned Consultants for the
concerned was conducted in > Preparation of draft Generic > Completion of the conduct of learning-by-
October 2011. The need for a Manuals on Controls in the Human learning-by-doing > Creation of an IAS in the DOF doing trainings for DBM
standard set of training trainings on the and DENR IAS personnel
manuals was identified in this Resource Management System NGICS/PGIAM for DOLE
training. This was followed by (HRMS), Quality Management personnel concerned > Completion of the learning- > Preparation of the
a focused-group discussion System (QMS) and the Risk by-doing trainings on the draft Generic Manuals
among said trainers in Management System (RMS) > Commencement in the NGICS/PGIAM for DSWD on Controls in the QMS,
December 2011 to draw conduct of orientation on personnel concerned HRMS and RMS
the overview of the
inputs for the preparation of PGIAM for IAS personnel
the PGIAM Trainers’ Training concerned
Manuals.

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
10. Expand CSO Pursuant to the Philippine Government’s commitment to transparent, accountable, Piloted the implementation Formulation/ Issuance of DBM DBM Appropriation DBM Appropriation CSO Desk/ OSEC/ BMBs Formulation/ Compliance of pilot agencies (6 Compliance of pilot Development of
engagement in the and participatory governance, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) of National Budget Guidelines on CSO Participation in issuance of DBM NGAs, 3 GOCCs) to all NBCs agencies (6 NGAs, 3 Framework of CSO
budget process has initiated reforms to encourage citizens to participate in the budget process and Memorandum (NBM) 109 the Agency Budget Preparation Guidelines on CSO issued GOCCs) to all NBCs Mapping
make them constructive partners in working for improved, transparent, and (Guidelines on Partnership Participation in the issued
accountable public financial management. and Participation of Civil Agency Budget
Society Organizations and Preparation
To better respond to the requirements of an open budgeting system, the DBM Other Stakeholders in the
commenced the engagement of civil society organizations (CSOs) in the budget Preparation of Budget
process with the issuance of National Budget Memorandum (NBM) 109 or the Proposals) in six (6)
Guidelines on CSO Participation in the Preparation of Agency Budget Proposals. A national government
year after the implementation of NBM 109, a rapid review was undertaken by DBM
together with concerned NGAs/GOCCs and CSOs. The issues/challenges identified in agencies (NGAs) and three
the review were utilized for the enhancement of a set of guidelines on CSO (3) government-owned and
participation in the preparation of agency budget proposal (National Budget Circular controlled corporations
536). (GOCCs)

To further broaden the constructive participation of civil society in the budget


process, a set of guidelines on CSO participation in budget execution (National
Budget Circular 539) was formulated by a DBM Task Force in consultation with NGAs
and partner-CSOs.
Objective:
To have a broad, informed and meaningful stakeholder engagement in key stages of
the Public Financial Management (PFM) cycle especially the budget process.

Five (5) Budget Partnership Formulation/ Issuance of DBM Formulation/ Documentation of


Agreements were forged Guidelines on CSO Participation in Issuance of DBM lessons learned,
by five (5) agencies with the Agency Budget Execution Guidelines on CSO evaluation of insights,
five (5) CSOs Participation in the and identification of
Agency Budget good practices/
Execution experiences on CSO
participation in budget
work
(Inputs to
development of
Knowledge Products)

Rapid Review of the Participation in domestic and Participation in domestic and


Implementation of NBM international fora/ workshops on international fora/ workshops
109 (Lessons Learned Open Budget Partnership (OBP) and on Open Budget Partnership
Session with NGAs, GOCCs Open Government Partnership (OBP) and Open Government
and CSOs) (OGP) Partnership (OGP)

Creation of Regional CSO


Desk in the 16 DBM
Regional Offices

Creation of Task Forces to Development of Framework of CSO


Draft Guidelines on CSO Mapping
Participation in Budget
Work/ Process

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Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Form B
Department of Budget and Management

Program/ Project CY 2012 Bureau/Delivery Unit Targets/Milestones


Description of Responsible (8)
Budget for CY 2012 Bureau/ Delivery Units Remarks
Program / Project Department CY 2011 Department CY 2012 Total Program/ (6)
Key Programs / Projects Objectives Actual Accomplishment Targets/ Milestones Project Budget (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 (8)
CSO Desk provided Documentation of lessons learned,
technical assistance (acted evaluation of insights, and
as resource person) during identification of good practices/
seminars, fora, conferences experiences on CSO participation in
on CSO engagement/ budget work
participation in the budget
process

11. Results-Based The RBPMS shall be developed for a harmonized performance monitoring and AO No. 25 dated December 1. Develop a Unified Results-Based P5 Milliion Inter-Agency Task Force on AO Develop a Unified Establish a Common Set of Issuance of Notices of (1) Design of the
Performance reporting system among National Government Departments and agencies. It 21, 2011 was issued Performance Management 25, composed of the ff.: Results-Based Performance Scorecard Approval of Agency Government Executive
Management System shall be used as the basis for determining entitlement to PBB allowances, "Creating an Inter-Agency Framework, RBPMS Performance Performance Targets and Information System
(RBPMS) and incentives or compensation of government personnel. Task Force on the Implementing Agencies: Management PBB Proposals
Performance- Based Harmonization of National 2. Establish a Common Set of DBM, OES, PMS, NEDA, DOF, Framework, RBPMS (2) Issuance of Notice
Incentive System (PBIS) On July 20, 2012, President Benigno S. Aquino issued EO No. 80, "Directing the Government Performance Performance Scorecard DAP as Technical Secretariat of Eligibility/
Adoption of a Performance-Based Incentive System for Government Employees" Monitoring, Information Qualification for PBB
to motivate highet performance and greater accountability in the public sector and Reporting Systems" 3. Design of the Government Partner institutions:
and ensure the accomplishment of commitment of targest under the five (5) Key Executive Information System CSC, CESB, COA, Ombudsman,
Result Areas (KRAs) of the Administration as laid out in EO No. 43 and the GCG, CHED, National
Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016. 4. Issuance of Notices of Approval Competitiveness Council
of Agency Performance Targets and
The performance-based incentive system consists of an across-the-board PBB Proposals DBM as Lead Agency - Offices
incentive in the form of the existing Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) of USEC Laura B. Pascua and
and a top up bonus to be known as Performance-Based Bonus or PBB. The PEI in 5. Issuance of Notice of Eligibility/ Asst. Secretaries Luz N. Cantor
the amount of P5,000 shall continually be granted in accordance with the Qualification for PBB and Gil P. Montalbo, Dir. Myrna
guidelines to be issued by the DBM. The PBB shall be given to the personnel of Chua (OPCCB)
bureaus or delivery units in accordance with their contribution to the
accomplishment of their Department's overall targets and commitments subject
to set criteria and conditions.

The PBB shall be characterized by a system of ranking units and personnel within
an organization according to their performance as measured by verifiable,
observable, credible, and sustainable indicators of performance based on the
following pillars:
a. Department's Major Final Outputs;
b. Department's commitments to the President which are supportive
of the priorities under EO No. 43; and
c. Good governance conditions to be set annually by the Inter-Agency
Task Force (IATF) under Administrative Order (AO) No. 25.

Prepared by:

________________________________ _______________ ____________________________ _______________


GIL P. MONTALBO Date EDEN D. PANGILINAN Date
Assistant Secretary Budget Officer

Approved by:

_________________________________ _______________
FLORENCIO B. ABAD Date
Department Secretary

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