Cabinet Cluster on Good Governance and Anti

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Good Governance and

Anti-Corruption

Cluster Plan 2012-2016

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GGAC Cluster Plan Framework

Delivery of Public

Services Improved

Corruption Curbed

Business Environment

Enhanced

Good Governance

& Anti-Corruption

Transparency Accountability

Citizens’

Engagement

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GGAC Cluster Plan Framework: Enablers

Delivery of Public

Services Improved

Corruption Curbed

Business Environment

Enhanced

Good Governance

& Anti-Corruption

Legislation &

Policy Review

Transparency

Enforcement of Laws

Digitization &

Innovation

Accountability

Advocacy &

Communication

Citizens’

Engagement

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GGAC Cluster Plan Framework

Delivery of Public

Services Improved

Good Governance

& Anti-Corruption

Corruption Curbed

Business Environment

Enhanced

Transparency Accountability

Citizens’

Engagement

Legislation &

Policy Review

Enforcement of Laws

Digitization &

Innovation

Advocacy &

Communication

GGAC Cluster Plan Framework

Delivery of Public

Services Improved

Corruption Curbed

Business Environment

Enhanced

Good Governance

& Anti-Corruption

Transparency Accountability

Citizens’

Engagement

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The GGAC Cluster Plan and the Open Government Partnership

GGAC Cluster Plan

mother plan for 2012-2016

Phl Action Plan for OGP 2012

one-year slice of GGAC Cluster Plan

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GGAC Cluster Plan 2012-2016 & Phil OGP Plan 2012:

Stakeholder Consultations Undertaken

Consultation with Cabinet and NGAs

Agencies requested for their inputs to the Action Plan

Consultations with Business Leaders

Primarily Makati Business Club and private sector-side of

National Competitiveness Council

Consultations with Civil Society Organizations

Over 10 National Civil Society Organization Networks consulted

Consultation with Development Partners

through Phl Development Forum Governance Working

Group

Consultation with Local Government Units

– through DILG which consults LGUs on various initiatives

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Good Governance and Anti-Corruption

Cluster Plan 2012-2016

KEY INITIATIVES

Note: items with OGP logo (left) are proposed OGP commitments for 2012.

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GGAC Cluster Plan: 1.

Transparency

Transparency

Disclosure of Official Acts

Public Access to Information

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Transparency

:

Disclosure

Mandatory Disclosure of Budget Info

By 2012, all 24 departments fully complying with the disclosure requirements, from only

4 departments publishing all required info

Full Disclosure Policy for LGUs

By 2012, all LGUs (provinces, cities and municipalities) comply 100% with disclosure standards)

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Transparency

:

Disclosure

Expansion of Phl Government Electronic

Procurement System (PhilGEPS)

By 2012, DBM to expand PhilGEPS to include e-bidding functions (electronic bids submission, supplier registry, virtual store, etc.) from present bulletin board of bid notices and award

E-Transparency & Accountability Initiative for Lump-sum Funds System (E-TAILS)

By 2012, DBM to expand E-TAILS to include automatic disclosure of School Building Fund and Internal Revenue

Allocation, from the present PDAF disclosure.

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Transparency

:

Disclosure

Increase NGAs compliance with the Anti-

Red Tape Act (ARTA), especially the posting of Citizens’ Charters

By 2012, Report Card Survey on front line services conducted by CSC in 433 offices.

Monitor ARTA Compliance of LGUs

BY 2016, 100% of provinces, cities and municipalities comply with the policy

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Transparency

:

Access

Single Portal for Government Info

Official Gazette (gov.ph) to be converted into a one-stop source of information and service delivery within 2012.

Public Access to Information Initiative

By Q1 2012, GGAC Cluster to review existing info

– policies and procedures, and craft roadmap to improve access to information across the board

Roadmap to include setting-up of enabling systems (e.g.

ICT) and mechanisms (e.g. delegated info officers); and establishing a comprehensive policy on access to info

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GGAC Cluster Plan: 2.

Accountability

Accountability

Anti-Corruption

Efforts

Performance

Management

Punitive

Measures

Preventive

Measures

Improving

Public

Resource

Management

Establishing

Results-

Oriented

Management

Enhancing

Frontline &

Regulatory

Processes

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Accountability

(Anti-Corruption):

Punitive

Speedy Resolution of Corruption Cases, especially

Special Cases of Grand Corruption

High profile cases resolved within their prescribed periods

Annual DOJ resolution rate improved to 85%

Revenue Integrity Protection Service

By 2012, increase coverage

Reduce time to complete investigation from 120 to 60 days

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Accountability

(Anti-Corruption):

Punitive

Legislation:

Pass Whistleblower Protection Law

Strengthen Witness Protection Program

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Accountability

(Anti-Corruption):

Preventive

Strengthen Internal Controls

By 2012, Internal Audit Units in 6 Departments

– have been organized (on top of the current 14

Departments with Internal Audit Units)

By 2016, National Guidelines on Internal Control Systems and Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual are adopted by all government agencies through capacitybuilding activities.

Note: All programs under Transparency & Citizen Engagement

Pillars contribute to preventing corruption

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Accountability

(Performance):

Public Resource Management

Institutionalize Public Financial and

Expenditure Management Reforms

Zero Based Budgeting

Medium-Term Expenditure Framework

Organizational Performance Indicator Framework

Develop a Government Integrated

Financial Management System (GIFMIS)

By 2012, core system (single platform for information

– sharing between COA, DBM and BTr) developed.

By 2016, full implementation of GIFMIS in all agencies

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Accountability

(Performance):

Public Resource Management

Various ICT Projects

Government Manpower Info System (GMIS) and National Payroll System

DBM is developing the National Payroll System, piloted in

COA, DBM and DOF-BTR in the 3 rd quarter. Other agencies

(e.g. DepEd, DPWH, AFP, PNP) to adopt within the year.

Cashless Purchase Cards

DBM to pilot cashless purchase card system in DBM, AFP and several other agencies within the year.

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Accountability

(Performance):

Public Resource Management

Various ICT Projects:

Develop a Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA)

By 2012, NSO maps 54 provinces and 3.5 M farmers. All provinces mapped by 2013

MOA between DBM, DA, DAR and NSO forged

On-line X-ray Imaging System

By 2012, system piloted at the Port of Manila and Manila

International Container Port

Petroleum Inventory System

By 2012, system implemented at Subic

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Accountability

(Performance):

Results-Oriented Management

Harmonize Government Performance

Management Systems

AO 25 creates a Task Force to develop Results-Based

Performance Management System in six months

Embed Accountability in LGUs

By 2012, 689 LGUs w/ Seal of Good Housekeeping are able to access the Performance Challenge Fund

All LGUs assessed for their eligibility for the Seal of Good Housekeeping.

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Accountability

(Performance):

Results-Oriented Management

National Justice Information System

Phase I (2012-2015): database systems of law

– enforcement, prosecution and corrections agencies of

DOJ are established and/or interconnected

By 2012, criminal database systems among National

Prosecution Service, National Bureau of Investigation and

Bureau of Immigration established

President directed that systems for PNP and NBI Clearances be integrated

Phase II starting 2015: Databases with other criminal justice agencies (PNP, PDEA, BJMP, Judiciary, etc) are interconnected.

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Accountability

(Performance):

Frontline and Regulatory Processes

Streamline Business Permits and Licensing

By 2012, an additional 227 LGUs adopt reforms in Business

Permits and Licensing Systems

By 2016, total of 1,634 LGUs to adopt reforms

Enhance Quality of Public Service in Tourism

By 2012, craft a roadmap to improve the frontline systems and procedures involved in the tourism sector, from arrival of tourists to their departure.

Pursue National Competition Policy

Enactment of an Anti-Trust Law

Recently-established Competition Authority in DOJ pursues prosecution and resolution of anti-trust cases

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GGAC Cluster Plan: 3.

Citizen Engagement

Citizens’

Engagement

Participation in

Governance

Partnerships &

Constituency-

Building

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Citizen Engagement

:

Participatory Governance

CSO Engagement in Budget Process

For 2012: NGAs and GOCCs implementing the

– consultative budget preparation process doubled to 12 & 6

Guidelines for CSO participation in all phases of the budget developed and implemented

Bottom-Up Planning & Budgeting

In preparing the 2013 national budget, 609 city/municipal will come up with their Local Poverty Reduction Action

Plans and the priority projects included in the departments’ budget.

P250-M Empowerment Fund Established

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Citizen Engagement

:

Participatory Governance

Institutionalize Participatory Audits for

Infrastructure Projects

By 2012, participatory audits jointly undertaken by COA and CSOs in select projects of the DPWH and DA

Pera ng Bayan website

Tips reported through the website resulted in filing of 16 cases (vs. smugglers, tax evaders, erring revenue officers)

Budget ng Bayan website

By 2012, DBM will develop and implement the website

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Citizen Engagement

:

Partnerships & Constituency-Building

International: Active participation and leadership in OGP as

Steering Committee

Member

Domestic: Convene a

Philippine OGP

Broad coalition of

– government, CSO and private sector

Philippine OGP Assembly to be held in 2012

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Citizen Engagement

:

Partnerships & Constituency-Building

Implement Integrity Initiative with Business

By 2012, Industry Integrity pact signed

By 2014, Unified standard on Integrity and Corporate

Governance (including accreditation system) created

CSOs - People's Participation Partnership for LGUs

By 2012, DILG to develop and implements Citizens’

Satisfaction and Index System

By 2012, CSO Participation Fund established

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Thank you!

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