The Land Management Bureau (LMB) formally concludes the final leg of the year with a Three-Day Year End Assessment and Moral Recovery Workshop last December 19-21, 2016 at the Eurotel Hotel, North EDSA, Quezon City. It was attended by the Director, Assistant Director, Division Chiefs, Project and Section Heads, and other Key Officers. The event intends to review if the accomplishments of the Bureau are met, in coordination with the report of the final rating of each Division and Project.
In her Opening Remarks, LMB Acting Director Atty. Emelyne V. Talabis emphasized the land sector’s role in President Rodrigo Duterte’s socio-economic agenda. Atty. Talabis also recognized the efforts of the employees’ participation in the recently concluded Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Year-End Employee General Assembly, in the Cultural Show, Earth Warrior Games, Palarong Pinoy, Women’s Volleyball, Men’s Basketball and Cheerdance Competition last December 16, 2016.
The Workshop is not only a review of the Bureau’s performance on policy formulation, and activities of the five technical divisions including Administrative Support Staff. It is also an assessment of the activities under the Office Performance Commitment Review (OPCR) for Second Semester 2016, which will become the basis for the Individual Performance Ratings for this year.
Ms. Emelita Mendoza, Head, Project Development and Evaluation Section (PDES), presented the status of the agreements since the third quarter assessment, while Ms. Christalyn Abat, LPPD Development Management Officer II, delivered the 4th Quarter Accomplishment Report of Regular Activities for each Division; the Geodetic Surveys Division (GSD) garnered the highest rating with 145%, followed by RKMD (140%), the Administrative Support Staff (136%), the Office of the Director / Assistant Director (OD/OAD) with 120%, Land Management Division (LMD) with 119%, Legal Division (111%) and LPPD (103%) at the helm.
On the financial aspect, it is expected that the Bureau’s target of 100% utilization rate by December 31, 2016 will be met.