Building Business-friendly & Competitive Local - LGSP-LED

Report
Enabling Environment for
Business-Friendly and
Competitive LGUs
Dir. Anna Liza F. Bonagua
Bureau of Local Government Development
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Department of the Interior and Local Government
LGUs are Sparkplugs for
Local Economic Development
• The national government has declared that a
clear way to achieve robust and long-term growth
needed to create jobs and reduce poverty is
through the creation of a business-friendly
environment.
• LGUs play a pivotal role in providing the right
atmosphere and business climate to encourage
investors.
• Improving the governance landscape of an LGU
would serve as strong platform for LGUs to
become Sparkplugs for local economic
Department of the Interior and Local Government
development.
PDP Goal, KRA
and Strategies
Transparent,
Accountable and
Participatory
Governance
Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction
Rapid, Inclusive,
and Sustained
Economic
Growth
Accountable,
Transparent,
Participative and
Effective Local
Governance
Poverty Reduction
and
Empowerment of
the Poor and
Vulnerable
BusinessFriendly and
Competitive
LGs
Just and
Lasting Peace
and the Rule
of Law
Socially-Protective
and Safe LGUs
Integrity of the
Environment and
Climate Change
Adaptation and
Mitigation
EnvironmentProtective, Climate
Change Adaptive and
Disaster-Resilient
LGUs
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Business-Friendly and
Competitive LGUs are vital
for livelihood and
employment opportunities
to flourish, benefitting in the
process the residents,
especially the poor.
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Desired Outcomes for a BusinessFriendly and Competitive LGU
1. Updated and approved CLUP/Zoning Ordinance as well as CDPs/sector
plans to guide location and focus of investments
2. Structure leading local economic investment and incentive promotion
(eg. LGU LEIPOs w/ capacity to perform their LED roles)
3. Local policies and ordinances for business and investment attraction
and retention consistent with national investment policies (Local
Investment and Incentives Code, Local Revenue Code, Local Tourism ,
etc)
4. Streamlined transactional services (BPLS, building/construction permits,
occupancy permits, sanitation and fire clearances)
5. LGU Roadmap to attract investments and generate employment (ie LGU
Business Plan)
6. Active partnership with business sector (implementation of a PPP
project)
7. Basic Infrastructure to support local
businesses
(roads,
IT
Department
of the Interior
and power,
Local Government
support)
Local Economic Development
Business Friendly and Competitive LGUs
Enabling
Environment for
BFCL
- Creation of
Investment
Promotion Office
(LEIPO / LEDIP)
- Formulation of
Business Plan
- Updating CDP,
CLUP, LIIC, LRC
- LED Information
Portal (SparkBIz)
Simplifying
Regulatory
Systems
Streamlining
BPLS
Streamlining
Building/Occupa
ncy Permits
Local
Infrastructure
Support
Provincial Road
Management
Facility (PRMF)
Special Local
Road Fund (SLRF)
Workforce
Development
Skills Training for
Accelerated
Growth in Local
Government
(STAG-LG)
KALSADA
Projects.
Department
of the Interior and Local Government
DILG’s LED Program as a
Vehicle for Enabling
Environments for BFCL:
Local Governance Support
Program for Local
Economic Development
(LGSP-LED):
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Program Coverage
Batch 3: Tourism Destinations Areas
Region V:
Legazpi-Donsol
Legasi
Iloilo/Ka
libo
Mactan
Region IV-B:
Northern Palawan
Target Sites: NBM 118 & Tourism
Destination Areas (TDAs)
Region VI:
Northern Aklan/Antique
Bacolod-Silay
Northern Iloilo
Region VII:
Dumaguete-Manjuyod
Siquijor
Northern Cebu
Region XI:
Samal Island
Davao
Department of the Interior and Local Government
NETT: Mobilzing National Government
Support Batch 3 TDAs
DILG
DOT
DTI
DOLE
DA
DPWH
LGUs/Allianc
es/TDAs
DENR
DILG and DOT Leading a Convergence
Program for Tourism
•
Joint Memorandum Circular No.2014-001between DILG and
DOT, on adopting a convergence program on tourism towards
local economic development
•
National Economic Transformation Teams (NETT) for
tourism as well as regional or provincial counterparts of these
convergence mechanisms are necessary for the actual delivery of
the program and services on the ground
– Local Economic Transformation Teams
•
MOA between DAP-DOT-DILG on the development of the
Tourism Guidebook for LGUs as one of the key areas of
cooperation of the DOT-DILG JMC No.2014-001
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Moving Forward
Department of the Interior and Local Government
Thank you!
Department of the Interior and Local Government

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