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Title Three :
HUMAN RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
SEC. 76 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AND STAFFING PATTERN Pursuant to the provisions of Local Government Code of 1991 , every Local Government Unit (LGU) shall design and implement its own organizational structure and staffing pattern. a. Priority needs b. Service requirements c. Financial capabilities : budgetary limitations of 45% in first to third class provinces cities, and municipalities and 55% in case of fourth class or lower, total annual income should be observed. d. Based on the standard and guidelines prescribed by the Civil Service Commission * The position should have Qualification Standard (QS) job (Sec. 2 Rule 4 of the Omnibus Rules Implementing Book V EO 292) * Personnel should be assigned to departments where the services are truly pertinent

SEC. 77 RESPONSIBILITY FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
The Local Chief Executive (LCE) of every local government unit shall be * responsible for human resources and development in his unit * shall take all personnel actions in accordance with the Constitutional provisions on civil service, pertinent laws , rules and regulation * may employ casual employees or laborers paid on daily wage basis through job orders

SEC. 78 CIVIL SERVICE LAWS,RULES AND REGULATIONS All matters pertinent to human resources and development in local government unit shall be governed by the civil service laws, rules and regulation

SEC. 79 LIMITATIONS OF APPOINTMENT – Rules against nepotism

SEC. 80. PUBLIC NOTICE OF VACANCY; PERSONNEL SELECTION BOARD * Posted notices of vacancy * in three conspicuous public places in the local government unit concern * for a period of not less than 15 days

PERSONNEL SELECTION BOARD- headed by Local Chief Executive
Members : Representative of the Civil Service Commission Personnel Officer of the of the local government unit concerned >to assist the local Chief executive in the selection of competent personnel

SEC. 81 COMPENSATION OF LOCAL OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES * Local officials and employee must be adequately compensated ( RA 6758) * Compensation is determined by sanggunian concerned * Increase in compensation shall take effect as provided in the ordinance authorizing such increase * Increase in compensation shall not exceed budgetary allocations * Entitled to leave privileges, cumulation and commutation
SEC. 82 RESIGNATION OF ELECTIVE LOCAL OFFICIALS A. Resignation shall be deemed effective only upon acceptance by the following authorities: * The President , in case of governors, vice governors, mayors and vice mayors in highly urbanized cities * The governor, in the case of municipal mayors, municipal vice mayors, city mayors and city vice mayors in component cities * The sanggunian concerned in the case of sanggunian members, * The city or municipal mayor in the case of barangay officials B. Copies of the resignation letters with the action taken by the authorities shall be furnished the Department of the Interior and Local Government C. Resignation shall be deemed accepted if not acted upon by the authority concerned within 15 working days from receipt thereof D. Resignation is irrevocable

SEC 83. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES The Local Chief Executive of every LGU shall establish a procedure to inquire into, act upon ,resolve or settle complaints and grievances presented by local government employees.

SEC. 84 ADMINISTRATIVE DISCIPLINE * Administrative complaints against appointive local officials and investigation are made and disposed of in accordance with the Civil Service Law. * Results of administrative investigation shall be reported to the Civil Service Commission.

SEC. 85 PREVENTIVE SUSPENSION OF APPOINTIVE LOCAL OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES * Local Chief Executive may preventively suspend subordinate officials and employees * Period of suspension – not exceeding 60 days * Charges against such officials and employees involves dishonesty, oppression or grave misconduct or neglect in the performance of duty * If the respondent is guilty of the charges it would warrant his removal from the service
Upon expiration of the preventive suspension; * The suspended officials and employees shall be reinstated in the office without prejudice to the continuation of the administrative proceedings against him until its termination. * If the delay of the proceeding of the case is due to the fault, neglect or request of the respondent, the time of delay shall not be counted in computing the ;period of suspension.

SEC.86 ADMINISTRATIVE INVESTIGATION * Conducted by a person or a committee duly authorized by the LCE * Person or committee shall conduct hearings on the case * Submit their findings and recommendations to the LCE within 15 days * Administrative case shall be decided within 90 days
SEC.87. DISCIPLINARY JURISDICTION
The LCE may impose the penalty of * removal from the service * demotion in rank * suspension for not more than one year without pay * fine in an amount not exceeding six (6) months salary * Reprimand or censure
>If the penalty imposed is suspension without pay for not more than 30 days , his decision shall be final.
>If the penalty imposed is heavier than suspension of thirty (30) days, the decision shall be appealable to the Civil Service Commission

SEC. 88. EXECUTION PENDING APPEAL Removal or suspension of the respondent continuous to be effective even pending appeal . In case the respondent is exonerated, he shall be reinstated to his position with all the rights and privileges from the time he had been deprived thereof.

SEC.89. PROHIBITED BUSINESS AND PECUNIARY INTEREST
It is unlawful for any local government officials and employees to engage directly or indirectly to * Any business transaction with the local government unit over which he has the power of supervision * Hold such interest in any cockpit or other games licensed by the LGU * Purchase any real state or other property forfeited in favor of such LGU for unpaid taxes or assessment * Be a surety to any person doing business with the LGU for which surety is required * Possess or use any public property of the LGU for private purposes

SEC. 90 PRACTISE OF PROFESSION * All governors and mayors are prohibited from practicing their profession or engaging in any occupation other than their functions as local chief executives * Sanggunian members may practice their profession or engage in any occupation except during session hours . * Sangunian members who are also members of the Bar shall not appear as counsel before any court in any civil case
> wherein the local government unit is the adverse party
>wherein an officer or employee of the national or local government is accused of an offense related to his office
>Collect any fee for their appearance in administrative proceeding * Exception : Doctors of medicine may practise their profession only on occasions of emergency

SEC. 91 STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
Officials and employees of local government units shall file sworn statement of assets, liabilities and net worth, list of relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity in the government service, financial and business interest and personal data sheets as required by law.

SEC. 92. OATH OF OFFICE
All elective and appointive local officials and employees shall ,upon assumption to the office, subscribe to an oath or affirmation of the office in the prescribed form.

SEC. 93. PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTIVITY
No local officials or employee in the career service shall engage directly or indirectly in any partisan political party

SEC .94 APPOINTMENT OF ELECTIVE AND APPOINTIVE LOCAL OFFICIALS; CANDIDATES WHO LOST IN THE ELECTION * No elective or appointive officials can hold double position in the government. * No candidate who has lost in any election within one year after such election shall be appointed to any office in the Government

SEC. 95. ADDITIONAL OR DOUBLE COMPENSATION * Prohibit local elective and appointive officials and employee to receive additional, double or indirect compensation * Pensions shall not be considered as additional compensation

SEC. 96. PERMISSION TO LEAVE STATION * Appointive officials going on travel shall apply and secure written permission from their local chief executive before departure * Should the LCE fails to act upon such application within 4 working days from receipt thereof, it shall be deemed approved

SEC. 97. ANNUAL REPORT * LCE shall submit annual report on or before March 31 of each year to the sangunian concerned * Report shall include peace and order condition, socio-economic conditions * Other matters concerning LGU which covers the preceding calendar year. * Copy of the report shall be forwarded to the Department of Interior and local Government

Title Four
LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD
SEC.98. CREATION AND COMPOSITION * Provincial School Boards Co- Chairmen the governor and the division superintendent of the schools
MEMBERS
1. The chairman of the education committee of the sangguniang panlalawigan 2. The provincial treasurer 3. The representative of the pederasyon ng mga sangguniang kabataan in the sangguniang panlalawigan 4. The duly elected president of the provincial federation of the parents-teachers associations 5. The duly elected representatives of the teachers’ organization in the province 6. The duly elected representative of the non-academic personnel of public schools in the province * City School Boards Co-Chairmen the city mayor and the city superintendent of schools
MEMBERS
1. The chairman of the education committee of the sangguniang panlungsod 2. The city treasurer 3. The representative of the pederasyon ng mga sangguniang kabataan in the sangguniang panlunsod 4. The duly elected president of the city federation of the parents-teachers associations 5. The duly elected representatives of the teachers’ organization in the city 6. The duly elected representative of the non-academic personnel of public schools in the city * Municipal School Boards Co-Chairmen the municipal mayor and the district superintendent of the schools
MEMBERS
1. The chairman of the education committee of the sangguniang bayan 2. The municipal treasurer 3. The representative of the pederasyon ng mga sangguniang kabataan in the sangguniang bayan 4. The duly elected president of the municipal federation of the parents-teachers associations 5. The duly elected representatives of the teachers’ organization in the municipality 6. The duly elected representative of the non-academic personnel of public schools in the municipality

SEC.99 FUNCTIONS OF LOCAL SCHOOL BOARDS 1. Determine the annual budgetary needs for the operation and maintenance of public schools 2. Have the power to authorize the provincial, city and municipal treasurer to disburse funds from Special Education Fund pursuant to the budget prepared 3. Serve as an advisory committee to the sanggunian concerned on educational matters 4. Recommends changes in the name of public schools

SEC.100 MEETING AND QUORUM ; BUDGET * The Local School Board shall meet at least once a month or as often as may be necessary. * Any of the co-chairmen may call a meeting . A majority of all members constitute a quorum. * The division superintendent, city superintendent or district supervisor shall prepare the budget of the school board concerned. * The budget shall be supported by programs, projects and activities of the school boards for the ensuing fiscal year * The affirmative vote of the majority of all members shall be necessary to approved the budget.

SEC 101. COMPENSATION AND REMUNERATION * Members who are government employees are not entitled to receive compensation and remuneration * Members who are not public officials or employees are entitled to travelling expenses and

FUNCTION OF THE LOCAL HEALTH BOARDS 1. To propose annual budgetary allocations 2. Advisory committee for application of local appropriations for public health purposes 3. Create committees that serve as an adviser for local health agencies
The functions of the Local Health Board are based on the standard and criteria set by the Department of Health.

SEC 103 MEETING AND QUORUM * once a month or as often as necessary * quorum -majority of the members * Chairman or vice chairman must be present during meetings where budgetary proposals are being prepared * The affirmative votes of all the majority of the members shall be necessary to approved the proposals

SEC 104 COMPENSATION AND REMUNERATION * Members who are government employees are not entitled to receive compensation and remuneration * Members who are not public officials or employees are entitled to travelling expenses and allowances

SEC 105 DIRECT NATIONAL SUPERVISION AND CONTROL BY THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH * In case of widespread public health dangers * Duration of supervision over health matters defends on the concurrence of LGU concerned

LOCAL GOVERTNMENT ADMINISTRATION PA 307
Title Three :
HUMAN RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
Title Four
LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD

Title Five
LOCAL HEALTH BOARDS

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