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DBM chief to industry: “Support our efforts to promote public service”

Amenah Pangandaman, the budget secretary, urged the private sector on Thursday to work with the government to enhance public services in order to hasten the nation’s economic recovery.

In a video message sent to the Public Sector Quality and Productivity Improvement Forum (PSQPIF), which was hosted by the Development Academy of the Philippines, Pangandaman made the request.

“The Government Quality Management Program, which seeks to assure citizen satisfaction through increasing capacities across public sector organizations and government-wide quality improvement, serves as the foundation for today’s event. To put it another way, it aims to direct the bureaucracy toward “citizen-centered service delivery,” “In her keynote address, she remarked.

“I want the focus of my message to be on the key players who can improve public service and hasten the recovery and transformation of the nation. They are our allies, and their opinions might be included into our suggestions for increasing production “Adding, Pangandaman.

In order to achieve “increased productivity, innovation, and inclusive involvement,” the official emphasized the significance of closer collaboration and partnership between the corporate sector, the government, and the Filipino people.

She emphasized the need for the government to respond to public concerns “decisively, thoughtfully, and with the utmost honesty.”

She urged them to be proactive learners and teachers, saying, “We must not be fixated on the work that needs to be done but on what we want to see for our peopleβ€”better lives because of well-thought-out and purposeful changes.

enhancing the public sector

According to Pangandaman, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) is pursuing “structural reforms” that are essential for enhancing the lives of Filipinos in order to increase government productivity and the provision of public services.

Among the agency’s objectives, she listed the DBM’s prioritizing of the proposed national budget for 2023, support for digital transformation, and creation of the Budget and Treasury Management System.

Through these, Pangandaman said, “we hope that the entire government will be able to deliver the standard of public service that every Filipino deserves, not only because they are the ones who pay taxes that fund these projects, but also because they are the ones who have the right to live decent lives and whom we swore to serve when we decided to become public servants.”

“Let’s all share our knowledge and collaborate to make the Philippines a better place for everyone, she said.

The PSQPIF 2022 intends to make it easier for government organizations and the private sector to work together to promote quality in public service.

Plans for the region of Bangsamoro

Pangandaman pledged to address issues pertaining to the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao while simultaneously serving as co-chair of the Intergovernmental Relations Body (IGRB) made up of representatives from both the national and Bangsamoro governments (BARMM).

In order to ensure peace and security in BARMM and throughout Mindanao, as well as to achieve inclusive and sustainable development, the DBM stated that she will collaborate with the Bangsamoro administration.

“Lahat po ay tumutulong para maging successful ang ating BARMM (everyone is cooperating with each other to make BARMM successful),” is what’s terrific about this whole-of-government approach.

Pangandaman stated in her closing remarks following the IGRB meeting on Thursday in Davao City.
The IGRB was established in 2019 as a result of the Bangsamoro Organic Law and is tasked with coordinating and resolving disputes between the two governments through routine dialogue and ongoing discussion.

In addition to the IGRB, the Bangsamoro Organic Law established a number of structures to improve intergovernmental ties, including the Intergovernmental Fiscal Policy Board and the Philippine Congress-Bangsamoro Parliament Forum (IGR).
All IGR mechanisms have been developed and will be put into place by year’s end, according to Pangandaman.

The Intergovernmental Fiscal Policy Board met on Thursday, while the Philippine Congress-Bangsamoro Parliament Forum conducted its inaugural meeting in November to examine legislative issues and concerns.

The President completely supports the IGRB as well as the strategies for local development in the BARMM, according to Special Assistant to the President Secretary Antonio Ernesto Lagdameo Jr., who attended the meeting in Davao City with Pangandaman.

According to Lagdameo, the current administration wants to support the Bangsamoro leaders in setting up all necessary processes.

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