MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL (PIA)–The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Misamis Occidental, together with DILG-10 management, conducted the provincial semi-annual assessment of Locally Funded Projects (LFPs) and Programs, Projects and Other Departmental Activities (PPAs) and Objective, 5th-7th July 2022 at Pinegrove Mountain Lodge, Barangay Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon.
Provincial Director Pablio L. Benitez, Jr. emphasized the need to maintain and further strengthen the synergy of DILG Misamis Occidental’s staff in Matino, Mahusay, Maaasahang Kagawaran.
“The main purpose of this activity is to evaluate our performance over the last six months, develop strategies to further improve our performance and recognize the 3 best performing DILG field workers. This is also a way of having a kamustahan. I keep emphasizing this to remind us and I quote if you know yourself half the job is done,” added Benitez.
This mid-year provincial meeting aims to present the status report and updates of each section/department’s LFPs and priority PPAs, assess the implementation and results of these PPAs in the 1st half of FY2022, and evaluate the performance of the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) to discuss, provide technical support for the new Bulleting Board System (BBS) and discuss setting goals and objectives for the remainder of the year.
Meanwhile, Regional Director Arnel M. Agabe and Deputy Regional Director Yvette Tolentino-Sunga graced the activity to provide guidance and address issues and concerns.
Misamis Occidental’s Top 3 DILG Field Officers for CY 2022 1st Term include MLGOO Harold Buscaino of DILG Plaridel, MLGOO Faith Constantino of DILG Calamba and OIC-MLGOO Roy O. Vicente of DILG Sapang Dalaga.
In the midst of the award ceremony, cluster leader Sanivier G. Patoc reminded the award winners with the words: “We cannot go under. Everyone should have the same direction to get to the top and those who are on top should be challenged to maintain their performance to stay on top. (DILG Misamis Occidental/PIA-10/Misamis Occidental)