The city of Lapu-Lapu obtains the seal of good financial management
MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – The Department of Interior and Local Government of Central Visayas (DILG-7) has recognized the city of Lapu-Lapu for sound financial management in 2021.
On Friday, March 4, Mayor Junard Chan received a plaque from DILG-7 Director Leocadio T. Trovela as evidence that the city government under his administration “expended and audited its public funds in providing basic services that meet the needs of the population with absolute transparency”. .”
The Financial Stewardship Seal is awarded to local government units that comply with accounting and auditing standards, rules and regulations.
“Our city has been through so much in the past 2 years since the start of the pandemic and the devastation wrought by Typhoon Odette in December 2021 has given our city another challenge. This award has given us a new ray of hope and reminds us that our sacrifices and efforts are worth it. We are very happy that all of our hard work and perseverance in running this city is being recognized by DILG,” Chan said during his acceptance speech, a copy of which was posted on the Information Office Facebook page. (PIO) of the city.
Chan also thanked the “brilliant minds” at City Hall for helping his administration. These include City Accountant Helen Dungog, City Treasurer Fely Baguio, City Budget Officer Judith Furuta, Business Permits and Licensing Officer Claire Cabalda, City Administrator Danilo Almendras, Legal Counsel Mayor James Allan Sayson and Mayor’s Secretary Ailee Tejano.
The Mayor of Lapu-Lapu City also shared this achievement with all City Hall employees who “did their best to ensure that our city got this award”.
“Rest assured that the Chan administration will continue to uphold its commitment to ensure good governance and financial management in Lapu-Lapu City, especially during these difficult times of the pandemic and after Typhoon Odette,” he said. he adds.
Chan promised that soon “Lapu-Lapu City will be back on track and claiming the former glory of our economy sooner than we thought.”
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