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NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS , INC.
 
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Employment History

  • NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY , INC.
  • PHIL. , INC.
  • COA Circular No.
  • RPT Receivable
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CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY AKBAYAN! CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY 215 1.17%
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC.
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 42 0.23%
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BAYANI BAYANI 31 0.17% ANG TAGAPAGTAGUYOD NG SIKAP SA IKAUUNLAD NG MGA PINOY ANG TAGAPAGTAGUYOD NG SIKAP SA IKAUUNLAD NG MGA PINOY 30 0.16%
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ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 19 0.10%
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ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 14 0.08% CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 13 0.07%
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UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 12 0.07%
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KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 10 0.05%
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ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 8 0.04% ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 8 0.04%
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YES WE CAN, INC. YES WE CAN, INC. 5 0.03%
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KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 4 0.02% YOUTH LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND ADVANCEMENT YOUTH LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND ADVANCEMENT 4 0.02% NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR COMMUTERS PROTECTION NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR COMMUTERS PROTECTION 4 0.02% PARENTS ENABLING PARENTS COALITION PARTY PARENTS ENABLING PARENTS COALITION PARTY 3 0.02% FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 3 0.02%
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0 0.00% PASANG MASDA NATIONWIDE, INC. PASANG MASDA NATIONWIDE, INC. 0 0.00% BINIGKIS NA INTERES NG MGA DRAYBER SA ADHIKAIN, INC. BINIGKIS NA INTERES NG MGA DRAYBER SA ADHIKAIN, INC. 0 0.00% ALLIANCE FRO PHILIPPINES SECURITY GUARDS COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FRO PHILIPPINES SECURITY GUARDS COOPERATIVE 0 0.00% ANG NATIONAL COALITION ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S ACTION ANG NATIONAL COALITION ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S ACTION 0 0.00% ALLIANCE OF NATIONALISTIC AND GENUINE PROGRAM FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS ECONOMIC REFORM ALLIANCE OF NATIONALISTIC AND GENUINE PROGRAM FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS ECONOMIC REFORM 0 0.00% ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC. ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC. 0 0.00% A CONVERGENCE FOR MINDANAO AGENDA, INC. A CONVERGENCE FOR MINDANAO AGENDA, INC. 0 0.00%
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INOCENCIO, Ma.
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4. The records of on-going projects in the City Engineering Office and the Subsidiary Ledgers for Construction in Progress Account in the City Accounting Office do not tally, thereby the recorded Construction in Progress account in the books of accounts of P19,581,164.27 is questionable.
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Verification of the subsidiary ledgers kept in the City Accounting Office disclosed that the total Construction in Progress recorded amounted to P19,581,164.27, however in the City Engineer's report of accomplishments as of December 15, 2008, the total on going projects was still P25,116,919.53. (Annex B) Inquiry disclosed further that the City Engineer and the City Accounting Office do not reconcile its records.
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For the Gender and Development (GAD) program., the City still appropriated the amount of P200,000.00 for the Gender Advocacy for Women in Government Services (GAWINGS) : The total expenditures recorded at year end amounted to P193,687.50.
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For the Gender and Development (GAD) program., the City still appropriated the amount of P200,000.00 for the Gender Advocacy for Women in Government Services (GAWINGS) : The total expenditures recorded at year end amounted to P193,687.50.
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3. Documents of the projects implemented by contract were not submitted within five (5) working days upon approval as provided under COA Circular No. 2005-027, hence auditorial review and technical evaluation of the documents cannot be made on time. COA Circular No. 2005-027 dated February 28, 2005 states that one of the activities essential in the conduct of post-audit of contract/transactions for the procurement of government projects, e.g., infrastructure projects, goods and consulting services, is the review/evaluation of the technical aspect of such contract/transactions. The review/evaluation process, however, could be better facilitated if all the necessary documents and information are made available to the review. As provided under COA Circular No. 87-278 dated November 12, 1987 and reiterated under this circular requires the audited agency to furnish the auditor with a copy of perfected contract approval or perfection thereof, together with the supporting documents for review. It was observed that copies of perfected contract of various projects like the Installation of Street Lights of P12,200,000.00, Concreting of Ulaliman Road of P5,700,000.00 to name a few , were not submitted to the Office of the Team Leader, Commission on Audit for review and evaluation within five (5) working days after the perfection or approval. It was observed that copies of perfected contract of various projects like the Installation of Street Lights of P12,200,000.00, Concreting of Ulaliman Road of P5,700,000.00 to name a few , were not submitted to the Office of the Team Leader, Commission on Audit for review and evaluation within five (5) working days after the perfection or approval.
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Instruct the City Engineer to comply with the provision of COA Circular No. 2005-027 and submit the contract and its supporting documents within the time requirement.
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CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY AKBAYAN! CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY 3357 3.58%
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KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 308 0.33% AKBAY PINOY OFW-NATIONAL, INC. AKBAY PINOY OFW-NATIONAL, INC. 303 0.32% ABANTE KATUTUBO , INC. ABANTE KATUTUBO , INC. 301 0.32% ALLIANCE OF BELIEVERS BRIDGE IN ATTAINING ACCURATE AND MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT ALLIANCE OF BELIEVERS BRIDGE IN ATTAINING ACCURATE AND MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT 301 0.32% KATRIBU INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S SECTORAL PARTY KATRIBU INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S SECTORAL PARTY 295 0.31% ALLIANCE OF MINDANAO ELDERS ALLIANCE OF MINDANAO ELDERS 282 0.30% 1-AANGAT KA PILIPINO 1-AANGAT KA PILIPINO 272 0.29% CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 268 0.29%
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC.
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 194 0.21%
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BAYANI BAYANI 138 0.15% AGRI-AGRA NA REPORMA PARA SA MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS MOVEMENT AGRI-AGRA NA REPORMA PARA SA MAGSASAKA NG PILIPINAS MOVEMENT 132 0.14%
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ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 95 0.10%
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ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 74 0.08% AKBAY KALUSUGAN, INC. AKBAY KALUSUGAN, INC. 73 0.08%
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ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 59 0.06%
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YES WE CAN, INC. YES WE CAN, INC. 37 0.04%
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FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 28 0.03% UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 28 0.03%
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KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 24 0.03% UNITED FILIPINO SEAFARERS UNITED FILIPINO SEAFARERS 21 0.02%
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ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 10 0.01%
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1. The constructed one (1) unit two-storey building and one (1) unit 4-storey building on the D.O. Plaza Regional Government Center, which was financed by the bonds floatation of P140M, still remained an idle investment contrary to the provisions of Section 299 of R. A. No. 7160 and the non-implementation of Presidential Proclamation No. 250.
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(Annex 10) A study done by the consultants on the project disclosed: "The sources of revenues would be basically the rentals or advance payment or deposit from the interested tenants from the office spaces of the proposed first phase of the D.O. Plaza Regional Center. The rental rates would be based on the existing rental fees being charge in the city to different establishments and offices." "Rental rates would be a conservative assumption ranging from P200.00 to P600.00 pesos/sq. meter." The 4-Storey building has a total floor area of 1,933.05 square meters or 35 total no. of office spaces with an average size of 55.23 square meters. While, the 2-Storey building has a total floor area of 954.75 square meters or 17 total no. of office spaces with an average size of 56.16 square meters. The following projected annual rental collection per year with an assumed rental rate of P400.00 per square meter is presented below: 1.) 4-Storey bldg.=1,933.05 sq. m. @ P400.00/sq. m.=P9,278,640.00 2.) 2-Storey bldg.= 954.75 sq. m. @ P400.00/sq. m.=P4,582,800.00 The above projected income from the project were not realized until now since there were no tenants interested to rent the office spaces of the two buildings. The buildings were completed last September 2007, which were supposed to be rented by the different regional offices within the CARAGA region on a "lease-to-own basis". However, interview revealed that there were no interested parties to rent the office spaces due to the impassable road from the main highway. Besides, the area is remote and the commercial center is still in the city proper where convenience to most of the employees is catered. Meantime, more than a year after its completion, the buildings are now starting to physically depreciate with the glass windows broken and steel frames rusting, the investment still remained idle and practically does not immediately serve its intended purpose, which is supposed to be self-liquidating, income producing development, productivity enhancement, job generation and poverty alleviation. The plan might be feasible only in about 10 to 15 years from now except where effective strategies to attract lessors are in place. The study made by the consultants also included other revenue sources for the development of the D.O. Plaza Regional Center such as the pre-selling of lots for commercial purposes, housing subdivision and regional offices. If the pre-selling of lots was undertaken before or during the construction of the two (2) buildings (first phase), revenues could have been generated to finance the project. The price of land would range from P500.00 to P2,000.00 per square meter. Projections on the proceeds from the sale of the land at P500.00 per sq. meter would be at around P100 Million, if the rate would be at P1,250.00 per square meter proceeds would be about P250.5 Million and to as high as P400.8 Million at P2,000.00 per square meter. But, no lots were sold yet. Moreover, had the City Government implemented the Presidential Proclamation No. 250 to donate lots of 1,000 square meters to each national government agency, there might be progress by now. The project for the construction of the Main Road to D.O. Plaza Regional Government Center was implemented in 2002 and reported to be 95.20% completed but per Inspection Report by the COA-RTSO dated July 31, 2003 disclosed that accomplishments was only 71.90% or a disparity of 23.32% against the Agency's reported accomplishment. Audit Observation Memorandum No. 2003-007 dated August 8, 2003 was sent to the Office of the former City Mayor regarding the deficiencies noted in the COA-RTSO Inspection Report but until to date no reply was received by our Office. Interview conducted revealed that there was a problem of the right-of-way which was still under negotiation until now. In our AOM No. 2003-007, the Auditor explained that "the right-of-way problem as a reason for the suspension of the project could not be a justifiable reason considering that this is supposed to be settled during the detailed engineering which is a pre-requisite before the start of the project." Until now, the main road was still unfinished and impassable/ inaccessible. Moreover, the construction of the 21-meter bridge was not included in the development plan of the D.O. Plaza Regional Government Center funded under the bond floatation or in the annual investment plan for the years 2002-2008. Furthermore, the City Government has already paid three-years interest on the bond floatation from April 2006 up to December 2008 and the payment of the principal started in April 2008 in semi-annual equal amortizations of P14,000,000.00 for 5 years, as follows: (Annex 11) Interest Principal Total 04/28/08 - 5,759,020.17 + 14,000,000.00 = 19,759,020.17 10/28/08 - 6,315,073.80 + 14,000,000.00 = 20,315,073.80 Loans Payable-Domestic and Other Long-Term Liabilities have reached P253,024,652.22 as of December 31, 2008 plus the balance of the DBP-Bond Floatation of P112,000,000.00 equals a total loans payable of P365,024,652.22. (Annex 12) The City Government spent government funds for the construction of D.O. Plaza Regional Government Center which were contrary to its immediate purpose to be self-liquidating and income generating which might not help achieve the mission of the LGU that is productivity enhancement, job generation and poverty alleviation for the interest of the public service and enhance the delivery of basic services to the people.
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Refrain from incurring additional loans which would not generate income or even self-liquidating projects to avoid further depletion of funds of the LGU and find measures to pay the loans by not just being dependent to the use of the Internal Revenue Allotment in payment of loans. 2. Had the program of works been prepared based on actual preliminary engineering works and projects been properly supervised in their implementation, savings in contract cost totaling P1,216,663.74 could have been realized in compliance with the provisions of Section 3 and Annex "A" of IRR of R. A. 9184.
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Records showed that per evaluation and inspection of the four (4) projects by the Regional Technical Services Office (RTSO), COA-RO No. XIII, Butuan City a total deficiency of P1,216,663.74 were noted, as follows:
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The computations of the deficiencies noted totaling P1,
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CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY AKBAYAN! CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY 491 1.11% COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC. COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC. 479 1.09%
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC.
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 222 0.50%
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ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 41 0.09%
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BAYANI BAYANI 38 0.09% ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 37 0.08% BABAE PARA SA KAUNLARAN BABAE PARA SA KAUNLARAN 37 0.08% UGNAYAN NG NAGKAKAISANG LAYUNIN AT ADHIKAING DAKILA UGNAYAN NG NAGKAKAISANG LAYUNIN AT ADHIKAING DAKILA 37 0.08% KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 36 0.08%
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ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 28 0.06% YES WE CAN, INC. YES WE CAN, INC. 27 0.06%
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CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 19 0.04% KAUNLARAN NG AGRIKULTURA, ASENSADONG PROBINSYA ANGAT NG BAYAN KAUNLARAN NG AGRIKULTURA, ASENSADONG PROBINSYA ANGAT NG BAYAN 17 0.04% ALAGAD PARTY-LIST ALAGAD PARTY-LIST 17 0.04% ABANTE ILONGGO ABANTE ILONGGO 17 0.04% UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 17 0.04%
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ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 8 0.02%
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KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 6 0.01%
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FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 4 0.01% CITIZEN POWER MOVEMENT, INC. CITIZEN POWER MOVEMENT, INC. 4 0.01% DAMAYAN ALLIANCE OF THE AGING and DISABLED FILIPINOS, INC. DAMAYAN ALLIANCE OF THE AGING and DISABLED FILIPINOS, INC. 4 0.01% BINIGKIS NA INTERES NG MGA DRAYBER SA ADHIKAIN, INC. BINIGKIS NA INTERES NG MGA DRAYBER SA ADHIKAIN, INC. 3 0.01%
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RANA, Ernesto,Sr. V. INDEPENDENT 2806 0.71%
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9. Unexpended balances of appropriations of completed projects/programs/ activities as of December 31, 2008 amounting to P2,646,414.60 remained idle in the government coffers thus deprived the City of the early utilization of the funds for its priority projects.
Provisions of Section 322 of Republic Act No. 7160 states among others that unexpended balances of appropriations authorized in the annual appropriations ordinance shall revert to the unappropriated surplus of the general fund at the end of the fiscal year and shall not thereafter are available for expenditure except by subsequent enactment.
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However, appropriations for capital outlays shall continue and remain valid until fully spent, reverted or the project is completed. The balances of continuing appropriations shall be reviewed as part of the annual budget preparation and the sanggunian concerned may approve, upon recommendation of the local chief executive, the reversion of funds no longer needed in connection with the activities funded by said continuing appropriations subject to the provision of this section. Records revealed that as of December 31, 2008, the unexpended balances of appropriations of completed projects/programs/activities since 2002 totaling P2,646,414.60, Annex E, were not reverted to unappropriated surplus of the general fund, as follows:
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Failure of the City Government to revert on time the unexpended balances of appropriations of completed projects/programs/activities violated Section 322 of Republic Act No. 7160 and deprived the City for the early utilization of the funds for its priority projects.
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Secure a certification from the City Engineer and concerned Head of Offices on all completed projects/programs/activities under their supervisions and revert the unexpended balances to the unappropriated surplus of the general fund in accordance with Section 322 of Republic Act No. 7160 to ensure maximum and efficient utilization of government resources.
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8. Amount appropriated for 137 projects/programs/activities under the 20% Development Fund totaling P50,113,473.06 since 1994 to 2008 remained unimplemented/unutilized, in violation of the provisions of Section 18 of Republic Act No. 7160, resulting to accumulation of idle funds in the bank and non-availment by the beneficiaries on the desired results.
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Provisions of Section 18 of Republic Act No. 7160 states that local government units shall have the power and authority to establish an organization that shall be responsible for the efficient and effective implementation of their development plans, programs, objectives and priorities.
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Annual Budget for calendar year 2008 for the 20% Development Fund amounted to P69,625,484.00 and the continuing appropriation for projects/programs/activities as of December 31, 2007 totaled P 94,973,110.17. Evaluation made on the performance of the City on project accomplishments disclosed that there were 137 projects/programs/activities appropriated for Calendar Years 1994 to 2008 which remained unimplemented/unutilized as of December 31, 2008, Annex D, broken down as follows:
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The focus on Value for Money Audit for CY 2008 was on supplies and materials and programs/projects/activities undertaken under the 20% Development Fund.
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7. 54 pieces of computer ink remained undistributed in the stockroom resulting to expiration of the items, thus causes wastage of government funds amounting to P96,015.00. Provisions of Sections 145 and 149 of COA Circular No. 92-386, Implementing the Rules and Regulations on Supply and Property Management in the Local Governments, is hereby quoted as follows: "Section 145. Responsibility and Duty of a Person Immediately Accountable.-The person in actual physical possession of or entrusted with the custody or control of supplies or property shall be responsible for the proper use and care of the same and shall exercise due diligence in the utilization and safekeeping thereof. Further, he shall keep a complete and updated record of the same and shall render an account thereof semi-annually to the head of department or office concerned. Section 149. Measure of Liability of Persons Accountable for Supplies or Property.-The person in possession of or having custody or control of supplies or property is immediately accountable therefore and shall be liable for its money value in case of illegal, improper or unauthorized use or misapplication thereof, by himself or any other person for whose acts he may be responsible, and he also shall be liable for all loss, damage, or deterioration occasioned by negligence in the keeping or use of such property. The burden of proof that due diligence and care in the utilization and safekeeping thereof was observed, rest on the accountable officer. Unless he registered his objection in writing, an accountable person shall not be relieved from liability by reason of his having acted under the direction of a superior officer in using supplies or property with which he is chargeable. The officer directing any illegal, unauthorized or improper use of supplies or property shall first be required to answer therefore."
Inspection on the unserviceable properties as declared by General Services Office per Inventory and Inspection Report dated November 25, 2008 revealed that 54 pieces of computer ink were found unserviceable as stated in the General Service Office Report. Annex C. The above mentioned items were found expired upon inspection and were rendered unserviceable.
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As a result, failure to distribute the 54 items of computer ink on time to concerned offices, cause wastage of government funds in the amount of P96,015.00. Recommendations to Gingoog City Government: Instruct the Supply Officer entrusted with the custody and control of supplies and materials to install proper system in the utilization and safekeeping of these supplies and materials to prevent wastage of government funds. He shall keep a complete and updated record of the same and shall render an account thereof semi-annually
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CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY AKBAYAN! CITIZEN'S ACTION PARTY 2415 1.28% GABRIELA WOMENS PARTY GABRIELA WOMENS PARTY 2403 1.27% CITIZENS' BATTLE AGAINST CORRUPTION CITIZENS' BATTLE AGAINST CORRUPTION 2104 1.11% COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC. COALITION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES, INC. 2005 1.06% ANAK MINDANAO ANAK MINDANAO 1818 0.96% BAYAN MUNA BAYAN MUNA 1536 0.81% VETERANS FREEDOM PARTY VETERANS FREEDOM PARTY 1302 0.69% TRADE UNION CONGRESS PARTY TRADE UNION CONGRESS PARTY 1247 0.66% ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 1127 0.60%
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC.
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 581 0.31%
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CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 254 0.13% ALYANSA NG MGA GRUPONG HALIGI NG AGHAM AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA MAMAMAYAN, INC. ALYANSA NG MGA GRUPONG HALIGI NG AGHAM AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA MAMAMAYAN, INC. 253 0.13% ALLIANCE OF BELIEVERS BRIDGE IN ATTAINING ACCURATE AND MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT ALLIANCE OF BELIEVERS BRIDGE IN ATTAINING ACCURATE AND MEANINGFUL ADVANCEMENT 243 0.13%
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BAYANI BAYANI 204 0.11% KASOSYO PRODUCER-CONSUMER EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION, INC. KASOSYO PRODUCER-CONSUMER EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION, INC. 199 0.11% KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 195 0.10% BABAE PARA SA KAUNLARAN BABAE PARA SA KAUNLARAN 191 0.10% ALLIANCE OF VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS 189 0.10% ACTION LEAGUE OF INDIGENOUS MASSES ACTION LEAGUE OF INDIGENOUS MASSES 182 0.10% AABANTE EMMANUEL CIVIC ASSOCIATION AABANTE EMMANUEL CIVIC ASSOCIATION 179 0.09% ONE ADVOCACY FOR HEALTH, PROGRESS AND OPPORTUNITY ONE ADVOCACY FOR HEALTH, PROGRESS AND OPPORTUNITY 178 0.09% ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 173 0.09%
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ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 115 0.06%
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YES WE CAN, INC. YES WE CAN, INC. 53 0.03%
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ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 41 0.02% ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC. ALYANSA LUMAD MINDANAO, INC. 41 0.02%
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FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 32 0.02% KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 32 0.02%
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UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 19 0.01%
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12. The Certified List of Taxpayers showing the Amount Due and Collectible for the year was not used as basis for setting up the Real Property Tax/Special Education Tax (RPT/SET) Receivables at the beginning of the year, contrary to provisions of Section 20, Volume I of the New Government Accounting System (NGAS) Manual, thus making the RPT/SET Receivable account unrealistic/doubtful.
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Provisions of Section 20, Volume I of the NGAS Manual requires the City Treasurer to furnish the City Accountant with a duly Certified List of Taxpayers showing the Amount Due and Collectible for the year.
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Provisions of Section 20, Volume I of the NGAS Manual requires the City Treasurer to furnish the City Accountant with a duly Certified List of Taxpayers showing the Amount Due and Collectible for the year.
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Review of the RPT Receivable under the General Fund showed that the City Accountant set up the amount of P213,598,440.00 based on the Quarterly Report of Real Property Tax Assessments as of March 31, 2008, of the City Assessor's Office. SET Receivable accounts under the Special Education Fund also showed that the amount of P120,863,480.00 set up at the beginning of the year was also based on the same report. Verification from the City Treasurer's Office personnel in-charge revealed that they have not furnished the City Accountant of the Certified List of Taxpayers showing the Amount Due and Collectible for CY 2008.
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Only 45% of RPT Receivables and 47% of SET Receivables were realized at the end of the year, thus making the Receivable account doubtful/unrealistic. Management did not submit their comment.
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YES WE CAN, INC. YES WE CAN, INC. 233 0.96%
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ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. ALLIANCE FOR RURAL AND AGRARIAN RECONSTRUCTION, INC. 63 0.26%
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KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. KALINGA-ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT AND NATION BUILDING THROUGH EASING POVERTY, INC. 48 0.20%
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC.
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THE TRUE MARCOS LOYALIST (FOR GOD COUNTRY and PEOPLE) ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL., INC. 42 0.17%
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BAYANI BAYANI 36 0.15%
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CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. CONFEDERATION OF NON-STOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, INC. 29 0.12% ALYANSA NG OFW PARTY ALYANSA NG OFW PARTY 29 0.12% ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. ACTION FOR DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT, INC. 28 0.12% ANAK MINDANAO ANAK MINDANAO 28 0.12% KOALISYON NG KATUTUBONG SAMAHAN NG PILIPINAS KOALISYON NG KATUTUBONG SAMAHAN NG PILIPINAS 28 0.12% ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT ADVOCATES FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN AND HANDICAPPED MOVEMENT 27 0.11%
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ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL URBAN POOR ORGANIZATIONS ASSEMBLY, INC. 20 0.08%
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FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. FIRM 24-K ASSOCIATION, INC. 7 0.03% BAGO NATIONAL CULTURAL SOCIETY OF THE PHILIPPINES BAGO NATIONAL CULTURAL SOCIETY OF THE PHILIPPINES 7 0.03% KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS KABABAIHANG LINGKOD BAYAN SA PILIPINAS 7 0.03% BIYAHENG PINOY LABOR ASSOCIATION, INC. BIYAHENG PINOY LABOR ASSOCIATION, INC. 6 0.02% BINHI: PARTIDO NG MGA MAGSASAKA PARA SA MGA MAGSASAKA BINHI: PARTIDO NG MGA MAGSASAKA PARA SA MGA MAGSASAKA 6 0.02% ALAY SERBISYO (WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR ECONOMY) ALAY SERBISYO (WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR ECONOMY) 6 0.02% UNITED MOVEMENT AGAINST DRUGS FOUNDATION, INC. UNITED MOVEMENT AGAINST DRUGS FOUNDATION, INC. 6 0.02% UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES UNITED CADDIES AND GREEN KEEPERS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES 6 0.02%
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8. The abattoir equipment in the total amount of P729,544.88 have shown signs of rapid depreciation due to the failure of the management to operate/use the new slaughterhouse, thus may result to waste of resources. The government entered into contract on October 22, 2003 with Fast Move Fabricator Incorporated for the fabrication and installation of equipment in the total amount of P729,544.88.
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Value for Money Audit 8. The abattoir equipment in the total amount of P729,544.88 have shown signs of rapid depreciation due to the failure of the management to operate/use the new slaughterhouse, thus may result to waste of resources. The government entered into contract on October 22, 2003 with Fast Move Fabricator Incorporated for the fabrication and installation of equipment in the total amount of P729,544.88. The project is purposely initiated to establish a modern abattoir considering that the existing abattoir is no longer fit to the needs of the populace. The equipment was certified in good condition and conformed with the National Meat Inspection Commission (NMIC) standards per inspection and evaluation conducted by the latter's personnel last November 28, 2003. (See Annex 6). During recent inspection on the project, it was observed that some equipment have shown signs of rapid depreciation. In effect, the very objective of the project is no longer fully attainable and may consequently result to waste of resources if the said project will not be attended. The management assured that the new slaughterhouse will be operational in the ensuing year. Recommendation for Cabadbaran City Government: The management should request again the Office of NMIC to conduct inspection and evaluation of the abattoir equipment before the start of operation of the new slaughterhouse.
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7. Special accounts were not maintained under the General Fund for Market Operation and for Slaughterhouse Operation, contrary to the provisions of Sections 105 to 107, Chapter 6 Volume I of the New Government Accounting System (NGAS) Manual.
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Provisions of Section 105, Chapter 6 of the New Government Accounting System Manual requires the Local Government Units to maintain special accounts in the General Fund for economic enterprises and development projects funded from the share of the internal revenue collections.
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Provisions of Section 105, Chapter 6 of the New Government Accounting System Manual requires the Local Government Units to maintain special accounts in the General Fund for economic enterprises and development projects funded from the share of the internal revenue collections.
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Verification of the accounting records disclosed that the City did not create special accounts for Market Operation and for Slaughter Operation and no separate subsidiary ledgers were maintained as required in the above stated regulations. All of the transactions were incorporated in the general fund proper books. In effect, operations of the economic enterprise could not be evaluated to determine whether the income generated is sufficient to meet their respective operating costs. As such, adequate information on assets, liabilities and equity in the operation was unavailable for decision making and monitoring. The Management comments quoted below: "The City Government has created only this year (CY 2008) a new Economic Enterprise Department or referred to as the Local Economic Affairs Development and Business Center (LEAD-BC).
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City Ordinance No. 2008-01 otherwise known as the LEAD-BC Code provides that the LEAD-BC shall operate and manage the Cabadbaran City Supermarket, Land Transport Terminal, Abattoir, Sports Complex, and other business ventures that will soon be established thru an ordinance. Presently, the operations and transactions of these businesses are maintained and incorporated under the General Fund. Hopefully, with the operation of the Economic Enterprise Department (LEAD-BC) with a new organizational structure, along with the transfer and operation of the New Supermarket and Terminal, and with the full implementation of the LEAD-BC Code, a separate account and report, the Special Account Fund-Economic Enterprise, shall be prepared and maintained by the City Accountant's Office and a separate bank account will be opened and maintained by the City Treasurer's Office mainly for the operation of the income generating arm of the City, the LEAD-BC". Recommendation for Cabadbaran City Government: Instruct the City Accountant to maintain complete set of books for special accounts to comply with the provisions of Sections 105 to 107, Chapter 6, Volume I of the NGAS Manual.
7. Special accounts were not maintained under the General Fund for Market Operation and for Slaughterhouse Operation, contrary to the provisions of Sections 105 to 107, Chapter 6 Volume I of the New Government Accounting System (NGAS) Manual.
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Provisions of Section 105, Chapter 6 of the New Government Accounting System Manual requires the Local Government Units to maintain special accounts in the General Fund for economic enterprises and development projects funded from the share of the internal revenue collections.
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Provisions of Section 105, Chapter 6 of the New Government Accounting System Manual requires the Local Government Units to maintain special accounts in the General Fund for economic enterprises and development projects funded from the share of the internal revenue collections.
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Verification of the accounting records disclosed that the City did not create special accounts for Market Operation and for Slaughter Operation and no separate subsidiary ledgers were maintained as required in the above stated regulations. All of the transactions were incorporated in the general fund proper books. In effect, operations of the economic enterprise could not be evaluated to determine whether the income generated is sufficient to meet their respective operating costs. As such, adequate information on assets, liabilities and equity in the operation was unavailable for decision making and monitoring. The Management comments quoted below: "The City Government has created only this year (CY 2008) a new Economic Enterprise Department or referred to as the Local Economic Affairs Development and Business Center (LEAD-BC).
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City Ordinance No. 2008-01 otherwise known as the LEAD-BC Code provides that the LEAD-BC shall operate and manage the Cabadbaran City Supermarket, Land Transport Terminal, Abattoir, Sports Complex, and other business ventures that will soon be established thru an ordinance. Presently, the operations and transactions of these businesses are maintained and incorporated under the General Fund. Hopefully, with the operation of the
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