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EO 22 - Project Monitoring Committee

Series of 2010

NOW, THEREFORE, I JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR., Mayor of the City of Cotabato, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby reconstitute the Cotabato City Project Monitoring Committee in accordance with Executive Order No. 376, series of 1989, as amended by Executive Order No. 93, dated June 1, 1993, as follows:


Chairman -         City Director
Department of the Interior & Local Government
Members -          Majority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP)
Minority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP)
Chairman, SP Committee on Good Government

President, Liga ng mga Barangay

Secretary to the City Mayor

Two (2) NGO/PO Representatives



Chairman -         City Planning & Development Coordinator
Members -          Engr. Oscar B. Rendon
Planning Officer IV, CPDO
Engr. Porfirio A. delos Santos
Planning Officer IV, CPDO
Engr. Elsa T. delos Santos
Project Development Officer III, CPDO
Engr. Faustino Crispin M. Guerra
Planning Officer III, CPDO
Ms. Ma. Teresa V. Bataga
Project Evaluation Officer III, CPDO
Mr. Ronnie S. Cadorna
Economist III, CPDO
Mr. Roy J. Munieza
Planning Officer II, CPDO
Ms. Teresita H. Roble
Project Development Officer I, CPDO


SECTION 3. SCOPE OF MONITORING. The scope of monitoring shall include all foreign and nationally-funded projects, including development projects funded from the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) share of local government units or supported by funds released directly to the City Government, projects funded from locally-generated resources which are implemented within the territorial jurisdiction of Cotabato City.

SECTION 4. MEETINGS AND OCCULAR INSPECTIONS. The Project Monitoring Committee (PMC) shall convene every third week of the month; however, the Chairman may call for an emergency meeting as the need arises.

      The PMC shall conduct regular ocular inspection of all projects as stated in Section 3, upon coordination with the implementing agency/organization.

       The Secretariat shall prepare a monthly report to be submitted to the City Mayor for his information and guidance.

SECTION 5. FUNDING. The operation of the City Project Monitoring Committee shall be provided with a yearly budget to be taken from the 20% Community Development Fund.

SECTION 6. Compensation and Remuneration – Members of this Committee who are government officials and employees shall perform their duties as such without compensation or remuneration, as provided for under Republic Act No. 7160. However, the non-government organization representatives shall be entitled to an honorarium of FIVE HUNDRED PESOS (P500.00) per meeting chargeable against the funds of the Committee as provided for under Section 5 herein.

SECTION 7. EFFECTIVITY. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

Done in the City of Cotabato this 17th day of November 2010.


City Mayor
Attested by:
Secretary to the Mayor


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