Project Monitoring, Evaluation. The following should form part of the RPFP monitoring and evaluation activities: a) environmental monitoring; b) resource inventory and classification; c) program and project monitoring; d) policy review, and; e) periodic plan review and replanning.
The following should form part of the RPFP monitoring and evaluation activities:
a) environmental monitoring;b) resource inventory and classification;c) program and project monitoring;d) policy review, and;e) periodic plan review and replanning.
“PROVIDING FOR THE PREPARATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF 1991 AND OTHER PERTINENT LAWS”
In line with the government’s policies on decentralization and administrative delegation. Regional Development Councils (RDCs) were reorganized and strengthened through Executive Order (EO) No. 308, which among others, tasked the RDCs with the coordination of project implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Moreover, Memorandum Order (MO) No. 175 was issued on 25 may 1988 which created Project Monitoring Committees at the provincial / city and municipal levels to monitor local government projects funded from national government and local government funds.
The RDC shall have one of these functions:
“Coordinate the preparation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of short and long-term regional development plans and investment programs, regional physical framework plan and special development plans, including the formulation of policy recommendations”
Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES)
The RPMES primarily aims to facilitate project implementation, and devolve project facilitation, problem-solving, monitoring and evaluation to the regional, provincial/city and municipal levels. Specifically, the system aims to achieve the following objectives:
Scope and Coverage
Development projects include:
Projects to be covered, in more specific terms include the following:
Projects that will be monitored and evaluated at the regional level include:
The Project Monitoring Committees (PMCs) established in each region through the EO 376 and in each province, city and municipality through MO 175, as amended will be composed of the following:
Regional PMCNEDA Regional Director – ChairmanDBM Regional Director – Co-ChairmanDILG Regional Director – MemberPMS-OP Regional Team Leader – MemberOne RDC-NGO Representative – MemberTwo NGO Representatives – Members
Creation of PMCs
The selection and appointment of NGO representatives to the Regional PMCs will be guided by a set of criteria prescribed under Section 4.2 of the DBM-NEDA Joint Circular 1-90, as amended.
NATIONAL PROJECT MONITORING COMMITTEE (NPMC)
PROJECT MONITORING COMMITTEES (RPMC, PPMC, CPMC, MPMC)
PMC SECRETARIAT (REGIONAL LEVEL)
Information on projects to be monitored will come from the following sources:
/ / modification/substitution of materials/ / increase in the original quantities of any or all items of work/ / reclassification of an existing item to another as provided for in the original contract/ / decrease in the quantity of work due to underruns or deletion of portions or sections of the project/ / nonadherence of contractor to the defined conditions in the contract (e.g., maximum hiring of workers from the project site)