hikes LGU revenue allotment to P649 B for 2020 !-- -- Mary Grace Padin (The Philippine Star) - May 21, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Local government units (LGUs) are set to receive P648.92 billion in internal revenue allotments (IRA) for fiscal year (FY) 2020, according to the Department of Budget and Management.
"Sana ngayong February ay mai-release na agad ng DBM
ang fourth tranche ng salary adjustment para sa mga kawani ng pamahalaan, (I hope the DBM
can release the fourth tranche of the salary adjustment for government employees this February)," Binay said.
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(-55 dBc ACPR).
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Quezon City received the biggest allocation with P57.16 million followed by Manila (P39.74 million), Davao (P37.52 million), Caloocan (36.78 million) and Cebu (P26.82 million), according to the circular released on the DBM
web site on August 16.
'[These] contractual positions enjoy employer-employee relationship and are covered by civil service rules and regulations,' the DBM
"Despite the growth in the Department of Public Works and Highways' (DPWH) disbursements for payment of prior years' accounts payables for completed roads, bridges and school buildings (P11.7 billion or 42.7 percent year-on-year, a significant decline in capital expenditures was recorded in some agencies such as the DILG and DepEd," the DBM
It appears that DBM
has not issued the circular because it is claiming that the stalemate is preventing it from be-ing able to release the fourth phase of salary increases.
'Through the HFEP, health facilities and hospitals will be upgraded and provided with appropriate medical equipment and enhanced infrastructure, leading to a high quality and accessible health-care delivery system,' the DBM
said in a statement.
According to data from the Department of Budget and Management (DBM
), public spending on infrastructure and other projects last April slid 56.9 percent from P65.6 billion in 2018 and fell by 52.7 percent from P59.7 billion a month ago.