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GenSan optimistic about seal of good governance after fine-tuning indicators

The city government of General Santos aims to pass this year’s national validation for Seal of Good Local Governance award.

The local government announced on Thursday that it has passed the regional assessment conducted by the Department of Interior and Local Government Regional Office 12, after “fine tuning” of some of the indicators.

“After the Regional Assessment of the DILG XII, the City Government of General Santos City is hopeful to get the coveted Seal of Good Local Governance as the Regional Assessment Team will endorse the City for SGLG national evaluation after finetuning in some indicators of the Seal of Good Local Governance,” the city government said.

Politiko earlier reported that based on the latest data from the Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF), the city government may have under utilized its Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund, the Special Education Fund (SEF), and the 20 percent component of the National Tax Allotment (NTA) in 2023.

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