Dear Sir/Ma’am,

We are pleased to furnish you with an attached copy of the latest edition of the DILG Insider relative to the following:

DILG Insider:
From a young professional’s perspective: figuring things out in life- Vol. 7 No. 13 June 2019

For your reference. Thank you.

Information and Communication Research Division
Public Affairs and Communication Service
Department of the Interior and Local Government
21st Floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, EDSA cor. Quezon Avenue
Barangay West Triangle, Quezon City
Trunkline: (02) 876-DILG [3454] loc 5703, 5708
Telefax: (02) 925-0349

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

We are pleased to furnish you with an attached copy of the latest edition of the DILG Insider relative to the following:

 
DILG Insider:
DILG is healthy, wealthy, and wise – Vol. 7 No. 10 June 2019
 
For your reference. Thank you.
 

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Information and Communication Research Division
Public Affairs and Communication Service
Department of the Interior and Local Government
21st Floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, EDSA cor. Quezon Avenue
Barangay West Triangle, Quezon City

Trunkline: (02) 

876-DILG [3454]

 loc 

5703, 5708
Telefax: (02) 925-0349

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

We are pleased to furnish you with attached copies of the three (3) latest editions of the DILG Insider relative to the following:

 
DILG Insider
Not all heroes wear capes: how to be an office hero- Vol. 7 No. 10 April 2019
DRRM competency baseline profiling for better public service – Vol. 7 No. 9 April 2019

DILG, PCW, Coca-cola collab in empowering women ala- Captain Marvel – Vol. 7 No. 8 April 2019

For your reference. Thank you.
 
Information and Communication Research Division
Public Affairs and Communication Service
Department of the Interior and Local Government
21st Floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, EDSA cor. Quezon Avenue
Barangay West Triangle, Quezon City
Trunkline: (02) 876-DILG [3454]
loc5703, 5708; 
Telefax: (02) 925-0349
 
 
Dear Sir/Ma’am,

Respectfully furnishing you a copy of Memorandum dated 05/08/2019 re: 2019 Search for THE OUTSTANDING FILIPINO (TOFIL) 

Kindly acknowledge receipt of this email. Thank you.
 
 
 
Best regards,
 
RECORDS SECTION
Department of the Interior and Local Government
10/F DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, Quezon City
Telephone Nos. (02) 925-1126/ (02) 876-3454 loc. 5113
PRESS  RELEASE
DILG tells LGUs to remove campaign materials
May 20, 2019
 
After noting that campaign materials were still posted in many areas in the region one week after the elections, the DILG-8 Regional Director Artemio B. Caneja reminded all local government units (LGUs) to lead cleanup efforts.
 
Dir. Caneja cited Secretary Eduardo Año’s directive for local governments specifically the provinces, cities, municipalities and barangays on the tearing down of posters, sample ballots, flyers, leaflets, and tarpaulins at the same time urging the candidates to take responsibility in removing the campaign materials.
               
The DILG-8 regional director likewise revealed the instruction of Secretary Año to immediately conduct cleanup operations in public schools which served as polling precincts to prepare for the opening of classes next month.
 
RD Caneja as well extended Secretary Año’s congratulations to the Philippine National Police (PNP), Commission on Elections (COMELEC), teachers, DILG officers, and other volunteers for ensuring safe and credible elections.
 
Moreover, the DILG-8 chief reiterated Secretary Año’s statement that cleaning up the poll trash will not only make the surroundings clean but will also be an opportunity for the people to gather and work together for the betterment of the people and the nation.
 
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Prepared by:
 
 
 
HARTLEY JAMES A. TEVES
Information Officer/Writer
Communications Unit
 
 
Noted by:
 
 
 
MYLES JOSEPH E. COLASITO
LGOO V/RIO-designate
 
 
                                                                                                                Approved by:
               
 
 
                                                                                                                VALENTE P. BAJET, CESO V
                                                                                                                OIC-Assistant Regional Director
PRESS RELEASE
DILG urges LCEs to create Local Governance Transition Team
May 21, 2019
 
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) through Director Artemio B. Caneja urged the Local Chief Executives (LCEs) in Eastern Visayas especially those outgoing officials to initiate the creation of the Local Governance Transition Team.
 
RD Caneja revealed that it is imperative to prepare for an effective turnover of responsibility as part of ensuring continuity in local governance, as enunciated by Secretary Eduardo Año.
 
Pursuant to Memorandum Circular 2019-39, the team is responsible in conducting an inventory of the properties of their respective LGUs. These include the immovable properties such as the land, buildings, infrastructure facilities and its improvements, and machineries made immovable as well as the movable properties like the vehicles, office equipment, furniture, fixtures, and office supply stocks, among others.
 
Dir. Caneja said all official documents and/or records of LGU official transactions such as, but not limited to, Governance Assessment Report (CY 2018) and Commission on Audit Report (CY 2018) should be gathered, secured, and preserved by the newly elected and reelected officials.
 
Furthermore, the officials are directed to conduct turnover of accountabilities using the prescribed forms. They should as well organize a turnover ceremony that will include briefing on the Governance Assessment Report and key challenges to incoming set of officials to ensure a smooth local governance transition.
 
The DILG8 chief likewise encouraged them to accomplish and submit the Elective Local Official Personal Data Sheet (ELOPDS) not later than July 8 to their respective Human Resource Management Offices, Sanggunian, and DILG city/municipal office.
 
The newly elected and reelected officials will also undergo the Program for Newly-Elected Officials (NEO) led by the Local Government Academy (LGA) which will train them on how to become effective leaders.
 
The NEO Program has five major components which shall be open to all elected local officials. The five components of the program are: (1) Ensuring Smooth Transition; (2) Jumpstarting Local Governance; (3) Creating the Roadmap for LGU Development; (4) Sharpening the Competencies of NEOs and Functionalities; and (5) LGU Performance Management.
 
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Prepared by:
 
 
 
HARTLEY JAMES A. TEVES
Information Officer/Writer
Communications Unit
 
 
Noted by:
 
 
 
MYLES JOSEPH E. COLASITO
LGOO V/RIO-designate
 
 
                                                                                                                Approved by:
               
 
 
                                                                                                                VALENTE P. BAJET, CESO V
                                                                                                                OIC-Assistant Regional Director