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Republika ng Pilipinas

Lungsod ng Dabaw
Tanggapan ng Sangguniang Panlungsod
-oOoPROJECT DESIGN
I.

PROJECT DATA

Project Title
(LSAP)

Legislative

Name of Proponent

SP/Office of Councilor Bernard E. Al-ag

Source of Funds
Legal Basis

Program Period

:
:

Special

Activities

Programs

Other Maintenance and Operating


Expenses (1021)
Section 458 of the Local Government Code
(R.A. 7160) and Article 99 of the Rules and
Regulations Implementing R.A. 7160
January 2016 June 2016

II. RATIONALE/BACKGROUND:
According to R.A. 7160 Section 458 paragraph (1) (viii), the Sangguniang
Panlungsod, as the legislative body of the city, shall enact Ordinances,
approve resolutions and appropriate funds for the general welfare of the
city and its inhabitants of the Code and in the proper exercise of the
corporate powers of the City as provided for under Section 22 of the
same, and shall approve ordinances and pass resolutions necessary for
an effective and efficient city government, and in this connection, shall
determine the positions and salaries, wages, allowances and other
emoluments and benefits of officials and employees paid wholly or
mainly from city funds and provide for expenditures necessary for the
proper conduct of programs, projects, services and activities of the city
government.
In view thereof, the City Council has organized standing committees
which shall have the power to take cognizance over matters relating to
the needs, concerns, issues and interests of the general public. As
chairperson of the Committee on Rules, Privileges, Laws and Ordinances,
this office is tasked to deliberate on all matters relating to the Rules and
Procedures of the Sanggunian; Calendar of Business and Order of
Business and the creation of committees and their jurisdiction; review of
Barangay and Sanggunian resolutions and ordinances including the
legality and/or constitutionality of the said resolutions and ordinances;
and in general, codification, revision and/or amendment of resolutions
and ordinances.

To effectively discharge the duties and responsibilities of this office,


there is a need for technical and administrative support of Legislative
Special Activities Programs (LSAP).
III. Purpose of the Project
This project aims to provide the essential employees/staff that will be
part of this office. They will perform the functions and duties needed to
deliver services to the constituents. Specifically, personnel under the
Legislative Special Activities Program (LSAP) will help in conducting
legislative/legal research or studies, organizing and preparing for
committee hearings, help in the drafting of documents such as project
design, resolutions, ordinances, memorandum, and letters, provide aid
in all external and internal affairs, and all the other functions and duties
of this office.
IV. Methodology
The Legislative Special Activities Program (LSAP) shall be implemented
and carried out through any of the following manner or combination
thereof depending on the needs and requirements of this office:
1. Hiring of Technical Advisers and Auxiliary service worker to carry
out on various legislative works in accordance with the prescribed
Position Titles and Authorized Rates of Employees under the
Contract of Services and Job Orders by Wage Order No. RB-XI-14 of
the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (Region XI) of
the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the Civil
Service Commission (CSC) and the Office of the Sangguniang
Panlungsod.
2. Apprising the newly hired workers of their duties and
responsibilities with respect to their position held and assisting
them in their performance.
3. Require the workers to submit reports with regard to their
assignments and accomplished tasks and make a proper
evaluation and monitoring based on their reports.
V. Expected Output
1. Proper delineation of duties and responsibilities of the staff
2. Prevent overlapping and overloading of functions and duties
3. Passage of resolutions and ordinances based on facts and laws
gathered from committee hearings, consultations and intensive
research studies
4. Formulation of policies based on thorough research and studies as
well as other ways and means for the purpose
5. Organize programs, projects and activities in relation to the
promotion of the welfare of the public
VI. Budgetary Requirements
A. Contracts of Service
B. Job Orders
CONTRACT OF SERVICE

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7.

QUANTIT
Y
1

DESCRIPTION

UNIT COST

TOTAL
COST
100,032.00

Technical Adviser on
16,672.00
Community
Based
Org. (City-Wide)
12
Technical Adviser on
23,121.00
1,664,712.0
Special concern
0
1
Technical Adviser on
12,072.00
72,432.00
Political Affairs on
Barangay-Toril
Poblacion
(Professional
Services)
LEGISLATIVE SPECIAL ACTIVITIES PROGRAM ( LSAP )
31
Auxiliary
Service
317.00
1,228,375.0
Worker
0
5
Legislative
372.00
232,500.00
Researcher
2
Leg. Service Assistant
395.00
98,750.00
52
Philhealth
200.00
62,400.00
Contribution
For six (6) months
TOTAL
P
3,459,201.0
0

Prepared and Submitted by:


HON. BERNARD E. AL-AG
City Councilor
Recommending Approval:

DANILO. C. DAYANGHIRANG
Chairman on Committee on Finance, Ways
and Means and Appropriations

APPROVED BY:
PAOLO Z. DUTERTE
City Vice Mayor