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Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by Mikel on Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:14 pm

Has the GPPB already issued the much-awaited procurement manual for barangays? some GPPB composite training teams are conducting seminars for barangay officials and i think this is an exercise in futility because no manual has yet been issued to specifically guide the barangays on their procurement transactions. has this become a money-making business for some of these composite teams?

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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:42 pm

Mikel wrote:Has the GPPB already issued the much-awaited procurement manual for barangays? some GPPB composite training teams are conducting seminars for barangay officials and i think this is an exercise in futility because no manual has yet been issued to specifically guide the barangays on their procurement transactions. has this become a money-making business for some of these composite teams?

GPPB has yet issue such a procurement manual for barangays. On when this will be issued, I think it will not be forthcoming this year since priority is being given to the issuance of the one IRR which has been delayed already.

In the meantime that this procurement manual for barangays is not yet issued, are barangays exempted from the implementation of the law? The answer is a big NO! As of now there is a need for these barangays for training, but trainings have been put on hold not necessarily because we are waiting for the issuance of the brgy manual but the issuance of one IRR.

On your question, "Has this become a money-making business for some of these composite teams? The answer is also a big NO. It is in the mandate of these composite teams from GPPB to conduct trainings to LGUS, including barangays. On the other hand, we were informed that COA personnel, separately, are conducting trainings of their own not as members of the composite teams.
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MANUAL FOR BARANGAYS

Post by msm326 on Fri Jul 10, 2009 1:39 pm

In the meantime that this procurement manual for barangays is not yet issued,

Sir ,
what will be the Procurement Manual that Barangays will use (generic or the LGU?) thank you very much..

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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:18 pm

msm326 wrote:In the meantime that this procurement manual for barangays is not yet issued,

Sir ,
what will be the Procurement Manual that Barangays will use (generic or the LGU?) thank you very much..

msm326

Together with the IRR and the RA 9184, barangays can use the Procurement Manual for LGUs, although this Procurement Manual for LGUs was issued specifically for provinces, cities and municipalities.
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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by Mikel on Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:50 pm

As pointed out by Sir RDV, the GPPB-sponsored seminars are put on-hold pending the issuance of the new IRR, thus the act of SOME composite teams in conducting seminars NOW is probably just a waste of time and money for some participants. For clarification, we in COA incorporate the procurement law in some of our seminars because we are the ones approached by these officials, more specifically in the barangay level, when problems crop up in their procurement transactions.Most barangays still do not have internet access and are located in areas far from DBM regional offices and thus do not have the luxury of time and resources to refer these problems to the composite teams.

True, the barangays as LGUs are not exempt from the application of RA 9184, however even the GPPB had acknowledged and recognized the peculiarity and uniqueness of the structure of barangay government, hence in the LGU manual, it was expressly stated that a separate manual well be issued for barangays.

My apologies for the money-making comment, admittedly, it was uncalled for. Mea culpa.

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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by engrjhez® on Sun Jul 12, 2009 7:03 pm

Mikel wrote:x x x
My apologies for the money-making comment, admittedly, it was uncalled for. Mea culpa.
The "money-making" seminar is a reality, NOT for the composite team of trainors, but for the rest who seems to be taking advantage of the scarcity of GPPB accredited trainers. True enough, we have heard some government agencies and instrumentalities who conduct seminars of the same nature. Some private groups also have organized what seems to be an "urgent" call for tranings. (Even some Accounting Offices conduct their "own versions"). This must be given proper attention by the GPPB so as not to "fluorish" even more.

Why can't we learn by ourselves after some simple trainings? Pwede naman di ba? Request ng training. Tapos pag training na, tulog lang naman ng tulog. Pag tapos na training, nakalimutan na. Frankly sa amin, of the five regular BAC members, six (6) BAC Sec, and six (6) TWG members, only three (or four) have retained significantly something in their heads. The rest were... ewan. Tanong pa rin ng tanong. Sabi ko nga sa sarili, san ba nila pinagdadala yung mga handouts at manuals namin, sa bodega? Mad
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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by jomai on Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:10 pm

It is a reality that some of the accounting office conduct trainings to barangays, for them to be equipped with the documentary requirements and also guide them in the preparation of their procurement milestone. They attended BAC trainings conducted by composite team of trainors but they cannot fully understand the rules on procurement.
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Re: Procurement Manual for Barangays

Post by engrjhez® on Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:23 pm

jomai wrote:It is a reality that some of the accounting office conduct trainings to barangays, for them to be equipped with the documentary requirements and also guide them in the preparation of their procurement milestone. They attended BAC trainings conducted by composite team of trainors but they cannot fully understand the rules on procurement.
The fact is, lots of information are lost if it is transferred from one group to another. The problem if the participant is not competent enough to reiterate the training they have accepted. This is where interpretations are conceived. And when malpractice is 'ensured' by the reiterators, then the problem is compounded.

I would suggest that in case of doubt, consult the GPRA and its IRR. Only when we try to think the way GPPB/GPPB-TSO thinks can we minimize loss of knowledge; or at least try to think the way trainers think. This forum opens up the world of reasoning that can offer us the opportunity to study and learn, and participate without the worry of being sanctioned by raising a question.

Continue to read, ask, and read again. No one has the monopoly of knowledge, but it's worth to try. Smile


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