Some City Halls doing better than others
Minister of the Presidency Gustavo Montalvo, who chairs the Presidential Commission for Municipal Reform, has presented the results of the quarterly report on the System for the Monitoring Public Administration (SISMAP).
The results shown that half of the country’s local authorities have made significant progress, 20% some progress and 30% little.
At the top of the list with over 90 points are Santo Domingo East and Bani.
Significant progress in the rankings has been made by Moca, Salcedo, Villa Tapia, Hato Mayor, Santiago, Villa Jaragua, Santo Domingo West, San Jose de Ocoa, Boca Chica and San Pedro de Macoris.
The municipalities that are making good progress are Azua, San Jose de las Matas, Sabana de la Mar, Barahona, Castillo, Sabana Grande de Boya, Guerra, Jimani, Santo Domingo North, San Francisco de Macoris, the National District, Los Alcarrizos and Mao.
The local governments showing some progress are San Juan de la Maguana, El Seibo, Puerto Plata, Samana, Moncion, Villa Gonzalez, Bayaguana, La Vega, Tamboril and Monte Plata.
And those with the least progress are Dajabon, Comendador, Guayubin, La Romana, Navarrete, Neyba, Pedernales, Duverge, Nagua, Castanuelas, Cotui, Montecristi, San Ignacio de Sabaneta and Bonao.
SISMAP is an online platform that is open to the public to follow local governments and check their progress in terms of human resources, local planning, budgeting, purchases and contract issuing, internal controls and how they manage the participative budget.
Source: DR1, Listindiario
Nov 18, 2015
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