THE local government of Caloocan City, under the leadership of Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan, for the fourth straight time bagged the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG).
In the National Capital Region, only the city government units of Caloocan and Mandaluyong got the SGLG for four consecutive years since 2015.
This means that Caloocan City managed to comply with and maintain the high standards set by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) for good governance.
“Our SGLG award for the fourth time since 2015 is just a proof that the city government have been doing its best efforts that resulted to good governance for our constituents,” Mayor Oca said.
Meanwhile, Mayor Oca dedicated the city’s continuous achievements to the city residents and promised to continue his constant efforts to provide good governance.
The SGLG is being given by the DILG to local government units that performs excellently across these areas: financial administration, disaster preparedness, social protection, and also peace and order.
They must also pass all DILG local governance “essential areas,” from the following: business friendliness and competitiveness, tourism, culture and the arts, or environmental protection.