PeriodDocument
Quarter 2 2022Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services, and Consulting Services
Quarter 2 2022Trust Fund Utilization
Quarter 2 2022 20 Percent Component of the Internal Revenue Allotment Utilization
Quarter 2 2022Unliquidated Cash Advances
Quarter 2 2022Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow
Quarter 2 2022Report of Special Education Fund Utilization
Quarter 2 2022 Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund Utilization (LDRRMF)
Quarter 2 2022Human Resource Complement
Quarter 1 2022Quarterly Statement of Cash Flow
Quarter 1 2022Report of Special Education Fund Utilization
Quarter 1 2022Unliquidated Cash Advances
Quarter 1 2022Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund Utilization (LDRRMF)
Quarter 1 202220 Percent Component of the Internal Revenue Allotment Utilization
Quarter 1 2022Trust Fund Utilization
Quarter 1 2022Bid Results on Civil Works, Goods and Services, and Consulting Services
Quarter 1 2022Human Resource Complement
Year 2022Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List
Year 2022Annual Gender and Development Accomplishment Report
Year 2022Annual Budget Report
WHAT IS FULL DISCLOSURE POLICY?

The Full Disclosure Policy is a government’s policy that requires local officials of provinces, cities, and municipalities to fully disclose particular financial transactions of the LGU to keep their constituents informed of how the LGU budget is managed, disbursed and used.

WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF FDP?

a) It promotes honest, transparent, and orderly management of public funds
b) It helps minimize, if not totally prevent corruption and misuse of public funds
c) It increase the people’s awareness of the available public funds and the allocated amount for development projects in their localities.

WHAT LAWS REQUIRE FDP?

Section 352, Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991: “..posting within 30 days from end of each fiscal year in at least three publicly accessible and conspicuous places in the local government unit, a summary of all revenues collected and funds received, including the appropriations and disbursements of such funds during the preceding fiscal year.”

Republic Act No. 9184, also known as the Government Procurement Reform Act: “…posting of the Invitation to Bid, Notice to Proceed at Approved Contract in procuring entity’s premises, in newspapers of general circulation, the Philippine Government Electric Procurement System (PhilGEPS) and the website of the procuring entity.”

Section 84, Republic Act No. 10155 (General Appropriations Act): “..Strict compliance with Sections 288 and 354 of RA No. 7160 and DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2011-134, entitled “Full Disclosure Policy relative to the posting of Local Budget and Finances, Bids and Public Offerings and Status of Programs and Projects”, is hereby mandated: Such required documents shall be posted on billboards in all publicly accessible and conspicuous places in the local government unit, in the LGU website and/or in print media of national or local circulation.

Article III, Section 7 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution: “The right of the people to information on matters of public concern shall be recognized. Access to official records, and to documents and papers pertaining to official acts, transactions, or decisions, as well as to government research data used as basis for policy development, shall be afforded the citizen, subject to such limitations as may be provided by law.”