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CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
COMPETITIVENESS INDEX
2014
ABOUT THE INDEX
We asked…
• How competitive are our cities
and municipalities?
• How easy is it to start a business
in a city?
• What is the cost of doing
business in a municipality?
We found out…
• Difficult to gather data at city and
municipality level
• Sustainability of data collection
affected by funding
• Time lag in national data surveys
We proposed…
The creation of Regional Competitiveness
Committees (RCCs) tasked to:
• Track local competitiveness indicators
• Formulate programs to improve
competitiveness
• Engage in investment promotion
activities to attract investors and create
new jobs
Overview
15 Regional Competitiveness Committees
(RCCs)
+ National Capital Region
• Region I (Ilocos)
• Region II (Cagayan)
• Region III (Central Luzon)
• Region IVA (CALABARZON)
• Region IVB (MIMAROPA)
• Region V (Bicol)
• Region VI (Western Visayas)
• Region VII (Central Visayas)
• Region VIII (Eastern Visayas)
• Region IX (Zamboanga)
• Region X (Northern Mindanao)
• Region XI (Davao)
• Region XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)
• Region XIII CARAGA
• CAR
INSTITUTIONAL LINKAGES
INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
NCC
Coordinates with RCCs, DILG and
NSO/PSA
Prepares resources for conduct of
data collection and FGDs
RCCs
Engages the identified LGUs to
participate in the annual data
collection
Identifies the 3rd Party Institution to
implement data collection
LGUs, Local firms, Research Institutions
RCCs enter into a MOA with the
Research Institution
Local Firms support implementation
of the annual data collection
RCC TIMELINE
FRAMEWORK
and
Competitiveness
ABOUT THE INDEX
T H E I N D I C ATO R S
ECONOMIC DYNAMISM
Economic dynamism refers to “activities that create stable
expansion of businesses and industries and higher
employment.” It is divided into eight indicators:
1. Size of the Local Economy (Registrations, Capital,
Revenue, Permits)
2. Growth of the Local Economy (Registrations, Capital,
Revenue, Permits)
3. Capacity to Generate Employment
4. Cost of Living
5. Cost of Doing Business
6. Financial Deepening
7. Productivity
8. Presence of Business and Professional Organizations
GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY
Government efficiency refers to “the quality and reliability of
government services and support for effective and sustainable
productive expansion.” It is divided into ten indicators:
1. Transparency Score in LGPMS
2. Economic Governance Score in LGPMS
3. Ratio of LGU collected tax to LGU revenues
4. LGU Competition-Related Awards
5. Business Registration Efficiency
6. Investment Promotion
7. Compliance to National Directives for LGUs
8. Security
9. Health
10. Schools
INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure refers to “the physical building blocks that connect,
expand, and sustain a locality and its surroundings to enable the
provision of goods and services”. It is divided into ten indicators:
1. Existing Road Network
2. Distance of Center to Major Ports
3. DOT-Accredited Accommodations
4. Health Infrastructure
5. Education Infrastructure
6. Availability of Basic Utilities
7. Annual Investments in Infrastructure
8. Connection of ICT
9. Number of ATMs
10. Number of Public Transportation
COVERAGE
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS COVERED: 2013 vs 2014
2013
Cites, 122
2014
Municipalities,
163
Cities, 136
Municipalities,
399
Other
Local
Other
Local
Governments,
Governments,
1349
1099
(285 Local
Governments)
(535 Local
Governments)
* Out of 1,634 local governments in the Philippines
COMPLETION RATE
C O M P L E T I O N R AT E -
is the total number of data points
filled over the total number of
data points required.
TOTAL NUMBER OF INPUTS REQUIRED
FOR 2013 and 2014
PILLARS
SUBI N D I C AT O R S
I N D I C AT O R S
2013
Economic Dynamism
Government Efficiency
Infrastructure
TOTAL
2014 2013
T O TA L
NUMBER OF
INPUTS
2014
2013
2014
9
8
21
33
46
107
8
10
27
10
33
18
72
43
45
18
109
104
10
28
61
137
137
348
Inputs- refer to the number of data points/ cells required to be filled under each pillar.
Example for Economic Dynamism:
Indicator : (Total Annual Business Registrations)
Sub-indicators : (# of new business registrations, # of renewals)
Inputs : (Total annual count : 2011, 2012, 2013, Jan-March 2013, Jan-March 2014)
COMPLETION RATE: 2013 vs 2014
Completion Rate
2013
2014
PILLARS
Cities
Municipalities
Cities
Municipalities
Economic Dynamism
52%
47%
83%
69%
Government
Efficiency
46%
40%
85%
74%
Infrastructure
71%
63%
72%
64%
TOTAL
56%
50%
79%
68%
COMPLETION RATE:
2013 vs 2014
53%
73.5%
2013
2014
2014 RESULTS
Top Cities and Municipalities:
Economic Dynamism
CITIES
MUNICIPALITIES
1 Parañaque
1
Tanza (Cavite)
2 Makati
2
General Trias (Cavite)
3 Manila
3
San Pedro (Laguna)
4. Naga (Camarines Sur)
5. General Santos
6. Mandaluyong
7. Valenzuela
8. Caloocan
9. Cagayan de Oro
10. Cebu
11. Davao
12. Muntinlupa
13. Butuan
14. El Salvador (Misamis Oriental)
15. Bacolod
4.
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13.
14.
15.
Carmona (Cavite)
Taytay (Rizal)
Polomolok (South Cotabato)
Sta. Maria (Bulacan)
Cuyapo (Nueva Ecija)
Pinamalayan (Oriental Mindoro)
Puerto Galera (Oriental Mindoro)
Kalibo (Aklan)
Isulan (Sultan Kudarat)
Rodriguez (Rizal)
San Mateo (Rizal)
Lubao (Pampanga)
Top Cities and Municipalities:
Government Efficiency
CITIES
MUNICIPALITIES
1 Naga (Camarines Sur)
1
Kalibo (Aklan)
2 Iloilo
2
Tupi (South Cotabato)
3 Angeles (Pampanga)
3
San Mateo (Isabela)
4. Makati
5. Cagayan de Oro
6. Tagbilaran
7. San Fernando (Pampanga)
8. La Carlota (Negros Occidental)
9. Baguio
10. Laoag
11. Balanga (Bataan)
12. Mati (Davao Oriental)
13. Davao
14. Vigan
15. Pasay
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15.
Molave (Zamboanga del Sur)
Nabunturan (Compostela Valley)
Midsayap (North Cotabato)
San Luis (Aurora)
Odiongan (Romblon)
Carmona (Cavite)
Sablayan (Occidental Mindoro)
Tigaon (Camarines Sur)
Roxas (Isabela)
Surallah (South Cotabato)
Agoo (La Union)
T’boli (South Cotabato)
Top Cities and Municipalities:
Infrastructure
CITIES
MUNICIPALITIES
1 Davao
1
Daet (Camarines Norte)
2 Cagayan de Oro
2
Rodriguez (Rizal)
3
Paniqui (Tarlac)
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15.
Argao (Cebu)
Nabunturan (Compostela Valley)
Taytay (Rizal)
General Trias (Cavite)
Donsol (Sorsogon)
Manolo Fortich (Bukidnon)
Silang (Cavite)
Lala (Lanao del Norte)
Lubao (Pampanga)
San Jose (Antique)
Cuyapo (Nueva Ecija)
San Mateo (Rizal)
3
Marikina
4. Makati
5. Cebu
6. Quezon City
7. Iloilo
8. Angeles (Pampanga)
9. Pasay
10. Manila
11. Valenzuela
12. Iriga (Camarines Sur)
13. Parañaque
14. Dasmariñas (Cavite)
15. Muntinlupa
OVERALL COMPETITIVENESS
TOP CITIES
TOP MUNICIPALITIES
1
Makati
1
Daet (Camarines Norte)
2
Cagayan de Oro
2
General Trias (Cavite)
3
Naga (Camarines Sur)
3
Kalibo (Aklan)
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15.
Carmona (Cavite)
Nabunturan (Compostela Valley)
Lubao (Pampanga)
Isulan (Sultan Kudarat)
Polomolok (South Cotabato)
Manolo Fortich (Bukidnon)
Taytay (Rizal)
Angono (Rizal)
Midsayap (North Cotabato)
Tupi (South Cotabato)
Paniqui (Tarlac)
Polangui (Albay)
4. Davao
5. Marikina
6. Iloilo
7. Cebu
8. Manila
9. Valenzuela
10. Parañaque
11. Pasay
12. General Santos
13. Mandaluyong
14. Angeles (Pamapanga)
15. Baguio
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Schedule of Activities for 2015
I. Cities and Municipalities
Competitiveness Index
Identification of Research Partner for
Data Gathering and RCC Focal Person
Conduct of Data Gathering
Validation of Results by RCC
Data Processing by NCC
Presentation of Ranking
Publication of Results
Review of Results and Audits
Jan. 1
Jan. 15
Feb.1
Feb. 15
Mar. 1
Mar. 15
Apr. 1
Apr. 15
May. 1
May. 15
Jun.1
Jun. 15
Jul. 1
Jul. 15
Aug. 1
Aug. 15
Sept. 1
Sept.15
Oct.1
Oct. 15
Nov. 1
Nov. 15
Dec. 1
Dec. 15
PROPOSED SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
FOR 2015
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