Unliquidated expenses in government transactions? Process gaps in procurement that leave wide room for graft and corruption? An administration-led project to use cashless cards in government purchases may just be the solution.
The regional office of the Department of Labor and Employment in Central Visayas has released a total of P3,704,002.40 in grants for 17 livelihood projects in various municipalities during the first two months of 2014. This has benefited 2,386 survivors of natural disasters, such as the earthquake in Bohol and super Typhoon Yolanda, which had caused widespread destruction in lives and property in the region.
From the Department of Social Welfare and Development The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will hire and train 1,245 staff members to validate beneficiaries of Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens and Modified Conditional Cash Transfer (MCCT) Program. The staff members will be hired through Listahanan, the national household targeting system for poverty reduction. […]
“To sustain their claim to JASIG protection is ridiculous because that would mean they can wage war and violence against government and when caught, claim JASIG protection and expect to be released. It is even more outrageous considering that the peace negotiations have not moved for over a year now.”
The Department of Education started the screening of applicants for the 2014 Special Program for the Employment of Students on Friday.