Full Disclosure Policy (FDP)* 2021
It is the government’s policy that requires certain local officials of provinces, cities, and municipalities to fully disclose particular financial transactions of the LGU to keep their constituents informed of how the LGU budget is managed, disbursed and used. LGUs are directed to disclose or post in conspicuous places (CP) within public buildings, in print media (PM) of community or general circulation, and in the website (Web) their documents as mandated by Section 84 of Republic Act No. 10155 or the General Appropriations Act, Fiscal Year 2012.
Annual Budget Report (ABR)
Annual Gender and Development Accomplishment Report (AGDAR)
Annual Procurement Plan (APP)
Annual Statement of Indebtedness, Payments and Balances (SIPB)
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures (SRE)
Supplemental Procurement Plan (SPP)
Full Disclosure Reports from the Prior Years
The Full Disclosure Policy enables the public to view, download, and print LGU financial documents to allow their constituents to understand how their local government's budget and spend for public services. The FDP Portal supports the implementation of DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2010-83 and 2011-08 (as amended) and was developed in partnership with the development partners of the Philippine Development Forum, Working Group on Decentralization and Local Government.
IMPORTANCE OF FULL DISCLOSURE
- Help minimize, if not totally prevent corruption and misuse of public funds
- Increase the people’s awareness of the available public funds and the allocated amount for development projects in their localities
- Promote honest, transparent, and orderly management of public funds