- Written by DMO IV Daff B. Binobo
- Category: News and Updates
- Published: 25 September 2018
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The Department of Interior and Local Government as an oversight agency has been formulating new methods and has improved the ADM project monitoring system year after year. This is to guarantee that our citizens and LGUs will be able to access information and will provide the necessary feedback that would help the delivery of government services.
Last September 13-14, 2018, DILG Region 6, together with the SLGP-Project Management Office (SLGP-PMO), conducted the Regional Roll-out which doubled as the Training of Trainers for the Development LIVE (DevLIVE) Online Reporting and Citizen Feedback Platform.
The ADM Program Coordination Teams, Project Development and Management Units (PDMU), Cluster Heads, and ADM Focal Persons from the DILG Regional, and Provincial Offices attended the activity.
“The trainers will play vital role for the success of the DevLIVE Platform,” said DILG Assistant Regional Director Maria Calpiza Sardua as emphasis in her welcome address.
The DevLive Platform will provide a more available and efficient means of reporting system with the use of the internet. Through this, LGUs will find it easier to process and transfer relevant information related to the implementation of ADM projects.
Moreover, It will also maximize and strengthen citizen participation by provide venue to contribute to the monitoring process through feedback and real-time project status information with a simple log-in using their mobile devices. The citizen feedback will be available through an online form. This can be accessed in the DevLIVE Application that could be downloaded on a smartphone.
The application contains all the relevant information of the project, e.g. the total amount allocation, current financial and physical accomplishments, up-to-date image that the user could directly upload using their camera phones, etc.
The participants had the chance to be familiar with the system interface and user roles. This capacitated them to provide technical assistance and to conduct the same training to the LGU personnel who will be doing the online reporting and project monitoring. All LGUs will eventually be using the platform to run correspondence on all Assistance to Municipality projects. (DMO IV Daff B. Binobo, DILG6)