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All 31 Laguna LGUs pass 2019 DILG Good Financial Housekeeping

STA. CRUZ, Laguna – The province of Laguna’s provincial government, and all of its 6 component cities and 24 municipalities passed the Department of the Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) Good Financial Housekeeping (GFH) for 2019.

 

According to the DILG’s Bureau of Local Government Supervision, a local government unit (LGU) has to meet the following criteria in order to pass GFH: a) Most recent COA Audit Opinion is Unqualified or Qualified for CYs 2017 or 2018; and b) Compliance with the Full Disclosure Policy (FDP) – posting of financial documents in 3 conspicuous places and in the FDP Portal for CY 2018 all quarters and CY 2019 1st quarter posting period documents.

 

Moreover, the department states that the GFH is one of the factors being considered for an LGU to pass the first of the four core areas of the Seal of Local Governance (SGLG) which is Financial Administration.  The rest are Disaster Preparedness, Social Protection, and Peace and Order.

 

Aside from the four core areas, each LGU need to pass at least one of the essential areas namely, Business Friendliness and Competitiveness; Environmental Management; and Tourism, Culture and The Arts.

 

For the GFH 2018, Laguna Province also passed but only 5 out of 6 cities and 15 out of 24 municipalities met the criteria set by DILG but this year, all 31 LGUs passed the GFH.

 

(Ruby S. Ambrosio, infographics by Laguna SocMed/PIO Laguna)