AWARDS OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT (UNDER THE BAUTISTA ADMINISTRATION) Print

2015

2015 Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the Esri International User Conference in San Diego, California, USA, for its Enhanced Tax Mapping Systems.
No. 1 Economically Most Dynamic City in the Highly Urbanized City Category, National Competitiveness Council, 2015
2015 Kapit-Bisig Award as Outstanding Partner from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

2014

From the Galing Pook Foundation:
2014 Galing Pook Award for Outstanding Local Governance programs for its Socialized Housing Program.
2014 Galing Pook Award Outstanding Local Governance programs for its pioneering health clinic for STI/HIV, Klinika Bernardo.
The QC-LGU is an ACE Award winner. In previous years, The LGU was cited for its Effective Fiscal Management, the Molave Youth Home, the Transformation of the Payatas Landfill, and the Parks Development. The Award for Continuing Excellence or ACE Award is conferred to an LGU which has at least three Galing Pook- awarded programs.
From Meralco:
2014 Luminaries Award for Quezon City’s carbon footprint reduction initiatives and its project with the PANGEA Green Energy Philippines for the waste-to-energy biogas plant in Payatas, as among the best in innovation in environment advocacy.
From DILG and the National ICT Confederation of the Philiipines:
2nd place, 3rd Egov Awards for Customer Empowerment (G2C category) for QC’s Computarized Health Information Tracking System (CHITS)
2nd place, 3rd eGov Award for Business Empowerment (G2B category) QC’s mobile money real property tax payment program.
From the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-ibig)
2014 Top Developer Award for Quezon City’s socialized housing programs


2013

From DILG and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines:
3rd place for Government Business Category (G2B) in the eGovernance Awards (2013 Jessie Robredo Awards for Excellence in ICT for Good Governance)
The QC government won the award for its Point-of-Sale (POS) Tax Collection system.

2012

From the Department of Interior and Local Government:
Quezon City was among the Top 10 performing Highly Urbanized Cities ranked nationwide on Local Governance Performance Management System (LGPMS) and awarded the Seal of Disaster Preparedness.

From the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR):
Certificate of Recognition by the for sustained good performance in the implementation of the Republic Act 9003 through segregation at source, deployment of dedicated units as well as the establishment and operationalization of Materials Recovery Facilities.

2011

From the Department of Labor and Employment:
2011 National Best PESO Award, Highly Urbanized Category, to the Quezon City Public Employment Service Office (PESO)

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