Learn how to monitor, evaluate government programs and projects

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines — Pursuant to National Budget Circular 565 mandated by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), key LGU officials and officers are required to strengthen their institution’s results-based monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of all government programs and projects.

To guide them on this, the Center for Global Best Practices will host a six-session online training entitled International Best Practices in Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Government Programs and Projects starting on Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. via Zoom.

This pioneering learning event is also aligned with the policies and guidelines set forth by the DILG in the exercise of its supervisory powers to monitor and evaluate the performance of LGUs in the implementation and management of all infrastructure projects through the use of results-based monitoring and evaluation systems.

Learn all this from CGBP’s esteemed course director and master trainer, Alicia Manuel, CrFA, CICA. She was with COA for 31 years as an auditor assigned to various branches of government including, DILG, Bureau of Fire Protection and Napolcom, among others. Manuel regularly conducts lectures on management audit and baseline assessment report and addressing COA challenges at institutions, such as the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Army, Philippine Navy, and Philippine Air Force, among many others. She is also a consultant at the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGeps).

Registration is open to the general public. A must for everyone concerned and involved in RBME of programs and projects of all government institutions such as NGAs, LGUs, GOCCs and its joint venture partners, GFIs, SUCs, LUCs, local water utilities and local economic enterprises created by LGUs.

CGBP is an accredited training provider of the DILG-Local Government Academy; Governance Commission for GOCCs; and Civil Service Commission. Government funds to be used in this training program will not be covered by Philippine Procurement Law or RA 9184 based on its Revised IRR’s Section 4.5-b, which classifies training and seminars as non-procurement activities. DBM circular 563 issued on April 22, 2016 also exempts public officials and government employees from the P2,000-limit per day on training fees.

For details and a complete list of Best Practices programs such as Best Practices in Utilization of Government Funds, Best Practices & Remedies in COA Disallowances and more.

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