CITY HALL workers will have another financial windfall soon.
The City Council during its regular session this week presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy enacted an ordinance approving Supplemental Budget No. 4 of the General Fund and Supplemental Budget No. 2 of the Special Account: Local Economic Enterprises, both for calendar year 2018 with estimate incomes of P86,100,341 and P19,729,054, respectively against estimated expenditures of the same amounts.
This will cover the payment of Personnel Motivation Incentive (PMI) of government workers, pursuant to CSC approved Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (Praise) of the city government, among others.
The city’s Performance Management Team recommended to the Praise Committee the grant of PMI to all officials and employees of the city government after conducting an assessment and review of the Office Performance Commitment and Review of every department. This is in view of the overall performance rating of the city of Cagayan de Oro and its sterling accomplishments.
Among others, the city was awarded as the 5th Most Competitive City; 1st for Resilience; 5th for Infrastructure; 7th for Government Efficiency and 13th for Economic Dynamism in the Most Competitive Cities 2018.
Cagayan de Oro also received the Seal of Good Education Governance from the Synergia Foundation, Usaid and Smart/PLDT and Galing Pook Award for Emancipation of Piso-Piso Beneficiaries.
The city was also adjudged as the 2nd best E-Gov Customer Empowerment by the Digital PH Awards and the Regional Gawad Kalasag Awards for CDRRMO as the Best City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office and Oro Rescue as the Best Government Emergency Management, among others.
The grant of PMI is given to foster among the officials and employees the awareness and desire to maintain exemplary performance and superior accomplishments, as provided for in CSC Memorandum Circular 01, series of 2011 and implemented under Executive Order No. 129-15. (sp)