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  • Writer's pictureChristian Malnawa

Bontoc, lone LGU in CAR to get PBB for FY 2020

Updated: Jun 1, 2021


Bontoc, Mountain Province – As the lone local government unit in the Cordillera to qualify for the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) in 2020, officials and employees of Bontoc LGU are now eligible to receive their incentive bonus depending on their performance as well as the performance of their respective office.


The municipality of Bontoc has also qualified for said incentive in 2019 alongside Kibungan Benguet and Lamut and Asipulo in Ifugao.

According to Municipal Budget Officer Aida Lingbanan, the amount an employee shall receive will be based on his or her Office’s Performance Commitment and Review (OPCR) accomplishment rating for the past two rating periods in 2020.


Mayor Franklin Odsey expressed hope that said development will inspire and challenge the Bontoc LGU officials and employees to always strive for excellence in performing their duties as public servants, as these efforts will be given due recognition.


The achievement, he said, is a result of the concerted efforts of municipal offices/ departments and partner stakeholders in the delivery of services to the people, as well as participatory governance.

He added that all the activities of the local government are anchored on his administration’s vision of “BONTOC ON THE RISE” which revolves around his five major programs to include People-centered Service, Disaster Preparedness and Resiliency, Youth Development, Shared Prosperity and Sustainability and Health.


PBB is a top-up bonus introduced during the Aquino Administration in 2012 to reward and encourage exemplary performance among public servants in the government wherein this is given to employees based on their performance and contributions to the accomplishment of their department’s overall targets and commitments.

Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2020-04 of the DILG and the Department of Budget and Management states that, for an LGU to qualify, they must pass minimum local governance standards to include being awardee of the Seal of Good Local Governance in any assessment year within 2015-2019, attained at least medium compliance on the functionality of Local Development Councils as of August 28, 2020, and must be a passer of the Good Financial Housekeeping as of August 28, 2020.


Aside from these, they should have set up most current and updated Citizens or Service Charter reflecting the LGUs improved and streamlined/re-engineered system and procedure standards for all its government services to citizens, businesses and government agencies, performance rating system to be used for personnel in the first and second levels and those occupying career Executive Services positions of LGUs shall be consistent with Strategic Performance Management System(SPMS) as approved by the Civil Service Commission(CSC) and must sustained compliance with Audit Findings.


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