Congratulations to all the fourteen (14) LGU awardees of Bicol Region! May you continue to put premium to integrity and excellence in Local Governance!Para sa matino, mahusay at maaasahang paglilingkod sa bayan!
The DILG R5 family would like to congratulate the graduates of the 52nd Batch of the Local Government Operations Officers (LGOO) II and III who recently completed their training in the Local Government Academy. The 52nd Batch Hinirang from the Bicol Region are the following: James Edward M. Pecson – 5th Placer in the Overall continue reading : Batch Hinirang of the Bicol Region (LGOO II 52nd batch)
Dagyaw – a regional town hall meeting held at the Ibalong Centrum for Recreation (ICR), Legazpi City, Albay on August 27, 2019. This activity features a one stop shop of frontline government agencies services and national government programs and was attended by the barangay officials, health workers, NGOs and other sectors in the Bicol Region. continue reading : Dagyaw 2019 in Bicol
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Regional Office V spearheaded a two-day seminar orientation course on priming local leaders for effective local governance for the Newly-Elected officials held at La Piazza Hotel and Convention Center, Legazpi City last August 22-23, 2019. One of the guest sharers was former Secretary of DILG, Mel continue reading : NEO Orientation Course for Local Leaders in Region 5
All fieldmen of the DILG V were gathered for the roll out training of various web-based application systems that will be adopted. These systems include Barangay Seal of Good Local Governance, Policy Compliance Monitoring System and Barangay Information System. The information systems was developed by the ISTMS for the NBOO and Planning Service. RD Anthony continue reading : Roll Out Training on Information Systems for DILG RV Field Officers
DILG Camarines Sur initiated in the first quarter of 2019 interfacing activities with all the LGU officials and functionaries in the province to further strengthen its partnership in implementing the Department’s flagship programs to build synergy. Anchored in the Department’s vision of sustaining peaceful, progressive, and resilient communities, the strategy was conceptualized to provide a continue reading : “SYNERGY BUILDING: DILG and LGU Interfacing on Flagship Programs” conducted in Camarines Sur