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    Makati earns performance bonus from natl govt


    Sep 25, 2022

    Makati Mayor Mar-Len Abigail ‘Abby’ Binay. TMT FILE PHOTO

    MAKATI City is the only local government unit (LGU) in the National Capital Region qualified to receive a performance-based bonus (PBB) from the national government.

    This means that Makati City Hall employees will get a bonus this year as a reward for their exemplary work and dedication as civil servants.

    “The performance-based bonus for city hall employees is well-deserved. This is a nod to our hardworking and dedicated public servants who have always put the interests of our constituents first. I am proud of what we have achieved, and I am confident that we will continue to do our best to serve the people of Makati,” Mayor Mar-Len Abigail “Abby” Binay said on Sunday.

    According to the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Harmonization of National Government Performance Monitoring, Information and Reporting Systems, 366 LGUs nationwide are eligible for the performance bonus for fiscal year 2021.

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    Binay said more than the bonus’ monetary value, she is glad that Makati has been recognized as a model of good governance and public service.

    “This is a strong validation of our efforts to promote clean, honest and efficient government. We will continue to uphold these values ​​as we work towards making Makati an inclusive, livable and sustainable city for all,” she said.

    The PBB was introduced in 2012 to reward and encourage exemplary performance among public servants.

    Agencies, departments and LGUs are judged based on performance, process, financial and citizen/client satisfaction results.

    To qualify for the bonus, an LGU must attain a total score of at least 70 points, and achieve at least a rating of 4 for at least three of the criteria.

    The PBB also aims to promote accountable public service, and keep track of improvements and innovations in the delivery of public goods and services.

    The Unified Reporting System’ Budget and Financial Accountability Reports are used to monitor and validate LGU accomplishments.

    The reports must be submitted within 30 days after the end of each quarter.


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