FDP Documents
2014 Annual Budget
2014 Annual Procurement Plan or Procurement List (Summary by Office)
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Acctg. Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - BFPO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MAGRO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MAssO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Mayor's Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MBO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MCRO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MEO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MHO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MPDO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MSWDO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - MTO
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - Nutrition Office
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - PNP
2014 Annual Procurement Plan - SB Office
2013 Statement of Debt Service
Annual GAD Accomplishment Report FY 2013
2013 Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
4th Quarter 2013, Statement of Cash Flow
4th Quarter 2013, Special Education Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Trust Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
4th Quarter 2013, 20% Component of the IRA Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Local LDRRMF Fund Utilization
4th Quarter 2013, Unliquidated Cash Advances
4th Quarter 2013, Manpower Complement
4th Quarter 2013, Supplemental Procurement Plan
2014 Statement of Debt Service
1st quarter 2014, Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
1st quarter 2014, Statement of Cash Flow
1st quarter 2014, Special Education Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Trust Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Bids Results on Civic Works and Goods and Services
1st quarter 2014, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Local DRRM Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2014, Unliquidated Cash Advances
1st quarter 2014, Manpower Complement
1st quarter 2014, Supplemental Procurement Plan
2nd quarter 2014, Statement of Cash Flow
2nd quarter 2014, Special Education Fund Ultilization
2nd quarter 2014, Trust Fund Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
2nd quarter 2014, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Local LDRRM Fund Utilization
2nd quarter 2014, Unliquidated Cash Advances
2nd quarter 2014, Manpower Complement
2nd quarter 2014, Supplemental Procurement Plan
3rd quarter 2014, Statement of Cash Flows
3rd quarter 2014, SEF Utilization
3rd quarter 2014, Trust Fund Utilization
3rd quarter 2014, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
3rd quarter 2014, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
3rd quarter 2014, Local LDRRM Fund Utilization
3rd quarter 2014, Unliquidated Cash Advances
3rd quarter 2014, Manpower Complement
3rd quarter 2014, Supplemental Procurement Plan
4th quarter 20%-Component of the IRA Utilization
4th quarter 2014-Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
4th quarter 2014-Unliquidated Cash Advances
4th quarter 2014-Manpower Complement
4th quarter 2014-Statement of Cash Flows
4th quarter 2014-Trust Fund Utilization
4th quarter 2014-Special Education Fund
4th quarter 2014-Local LDRRM Fund Utilization
4th quarter 2014-Supplemental Procurement Plan
2015 annual Budget Report
2015 Annual Procurement Plan
2014 Annual Gender and Development Plan (GAD)
2015 Statement of Debt Services
2014 Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
1st quarter 2015, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
1st quarter 2015, Unliquidated Cash Advances
1st quarter 2015, Manpower Complement
1st quarter 2015, Trust Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2015, Bids Results on Civil Works and Goods and Services
1st quarter 2015, Statement of Cash Flow
1st quarter 2015, Special Education Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2015, LDRRMF Fund Utilization
1st quarter 2015, Supplemental Procurement Plan
2nd quarter 2015, 20% Component of IRA Utilization
2nd quarter 2015, Unliquidated Cash Advances
2nd quarter 2015, Trust Fund Utilization
2nd quarter 2015, Bids Results on Civil Works, Goods and services, consulting services
2nd quarter 2015, Statement of Cash Flows
2nd quarter 2015, LDRRMF Utilization
2nd quarter 2015, Manpower Complement
2nd quarter 2015, Supplemental Procurement Paln
e-Bulletin Board [Bidding Result - Abstract]
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Abstract of bids as Calculated (February 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (February, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 8, 2013
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 8, 2013)
Bidding Result (August 28, 2013)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (August 28, 2013)
Bidding Result - December 2013
Abstract of bids as Calculated - December 2013
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Extension of Multi-purpose Gymnasium)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated for 2nd quarter of 2014 (Improvement of Drainage System)
Bidding Result - Construction of Children`s Play Shed (July 2014)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated (Construction of Children's Play Shed-July 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement of Villaverde Public Market (October 20, 2014)
Bidding Result-Improvement or Expansion of Municipal Health Station or RHU
Bidding Result-Construction or Expansion of Barangay Health Station Phase II
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and REad-January 9, 2015
Bidding Result (Rehabilitation of Umoc Swip)
Bidding Result (Improvement of Drainage system Phase II) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Bidding Result (construction of Composting Facility) - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Improvement of Drainage System Phase II - April 17, 2015)
Abstract of Bids as Calculated and Read (Construction of Composting Facility - April 17, 2015)
Comparative Statement of Collection
REAL PROPERTY TAX
2012 2013 2014
JANUARY 535,747.00 482,300.16 38,141.87
FEBRUARY 341,872.16 322,279.54 38,752.86
MARCH 747,209.50 851,056.98 46,480.18
APRIL 107,811.46 179,958.22 103,056.00
MAY 128,366.03 83,274.28 47,637.54
JUNE 84,375.83 193,082.82 181,926.30
JULY 474,875.18 26,432.76 32,028.82
AUGUST 58,026.88 22,231.66 88,250.76
SEPTEMBER 113,269.50 101,815.70 102,698.78
OCTOBER 78,006.33 21,303.56 704,687.60
NOVEMBER 322,369.56 14,235.46 347,523.18
DECEMBER 132,302.64 60,589.92 556,225.56
TOTAL 3,124,232.07 2,358,561.06 2,287,409.00
 

BUSINESS TAX

2012 2013 2014
JANUARY 247,983.16 347,023.40 61,570.18
FEBRUARY 71,129.40 59,447.00 9,643.30
MARCH 20,339.25 45,168.88 32,101.54
APRIL 77,978.51 41,998.24 28,335.14
MAY 52,714.55 27,556.92 32,017.59
JUNE 43,997.60 13,805.86 71,535.15
JULY 37,060.52 71,937.10 22,354.60
AUGUST 32,177.80 11,373.48 67,708.44
SEPTEMBER 10,209.50 8,748.74 31,725.43
OCTOBER 55,217.10 26,746.25 31,743.25
NOVEMBER 7,927.71 12,333.46 68,586.35
DECEMBER 53,251.50 19,993.37 348,032.69
TOTAL 709,986.60 686,133.34 805,353.70
 

FEES & CHARGES

  2012 2013 2014
JANUARY 205,441.40 327,615.45 37327.00
FEBRUARY 98,173.00 74,985.00 46,348.02
MARCH 49,310.00 64,589.00 63,704.00
APRIL 61,246.00 94,062.70 38,646.64
MAY 83,513.80 40,966.00 43,053.20
JUNE 88,661.00 45,683.00 149,850.20
JULY 57,899.00 41,983.00 73,992.60
AUGUST 43,733.76 42,646.00 107,698.91
SEPTEMBER 58,322.00 21,540.00 132,532.32
OCTOBER 61,198.05 18,531.02 125,950.00
NOVEMBER 26,458.00 17,309.41 119,250.00
DECEMBER 37,383.19 9,060.00 243,730.00
TOTAL 871,339.20 800,104.56 1,182,083.00
 

ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

  2012 2013 2014
JANUARY 38,514.58 44,814.23 17,281.50
FEBRUARY 24,464.83 28,441.73 32,385.80
MARCH 39,283.08 30,499.73 74,182.25
APRIL 14,051.08 26,896.23 39,873.90
MAY 31,782.33 21,307.79 39,140.90
JUNE 22,391.08 15,646.79 150,955.48
JULY 22,492.08 14,722.50 56,222.90
AUGUST 25,442.33 4,150.00 53,160.90
SEPTEMBER 17,185.18 16,590.40 33,289.55
OCTOBER 29,019.93 24,571.40 26,978.50
NOVEMBER 21,788.73 33,852.90 47,235.90
DECEMBER 35,559.98 29,619.90 62,520.65
TOTAL 321,975.21 291,113.50 633,228.20
 

GRAND TOTAL

  2012 2013 2014
JANUARY 1,027,686.14 1,201,753.24 154,320.60
FEBRUARY 535,639.39 485,153.91 127,129.98
MARCH 856,141.83 991,314.59 216,467.97
APRIL 261,087.05 342,915.39 107,886.24
MAY 296,376.71 173,107.99 161,849.23
JUNE 239,425.51 268,218.47 554,267.13
JULY 592,326.78 155,075.36 184,598.92
AUGUST 159,380.77 80,401.14 316,819.01
SEPTEMBER 198,986.18 148,694.84 300,246.08
OCTOBER 223,441.41 91,152.23 889,359.35
NOVEMBER 378,544.00 77,731.23 582,595.43
DECEMBER 258,497.31 119,263.19 1,210,508.90
TOTAL 5,027,533.08 4,135,915.56 4,806,048.79
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    Philippines National Police

    ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

    Atty. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
    Municipal Mayor

    PSI NOEL V. LIBUNAO
    Chief of Police

    PI  FERDINAND LAUDENCIA
    Deputy Chief of Police

    SPO4 LEONARDO J. ARZADON
    MESPO

    SPO3 FRANKLIN ADUCA
    Intel PNCO

    SPO2 ARMANDO MANZANO
    Opn PNCO

    SPO1 ALFERMER BALUT
    Asst. Opn PNCO

    SPO1 ALDRICH MARQUEZ
    PCR PNCO

    SPO1 DOMINADOR SUGUITAN
    NDS

    SPO1 ROGER BARROGA
    Inves PBCO

    SPO1 EDWARD CARA, JR.
    Asst. Inves PNCO

    SPO1 SHERWIN DACULAN
    OPN Clerk/Warrant PNCO

    SPO1 IRENE SAWIT-TACIO
    WCPD/FJAD PNCO

    SPO1 LEONARDO TALLOD
    RSS/Finance PNCO

    PO3 ARNEL VALDEZ
    Asst. PCRO PNCO

    PO3 HENRY VALENZUELA
    Investigator

    PO2 GLENDON A. MANUEL
    FJGAD

    PO2 DARIO OBANIA
    Patrol/Building Guard

    PO2 RICHARD MACAPIA
    Asst. Intel PNCO

    PO2 JIMMY NOVAL
    Intel Clerk

    PO2 JULIUS GAZZINGAN
    Patrol/Building Guard

    PO2 MARVIN BULET
    Admin PNCO

    PO2 RAFAEL TOLENTINO
    PHRDD PNCO

    PO1 BABYLYN T. MORALES
    FJGAD

    CY 2011 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

    I. Introduction

    This report presents the peace and order situation in the Municipality of Villaverde Nueva Vizcaya covering the period from 01 January – 31 December 2011.  It includes our administrative and operational accomplishments, capabilities, problems, recommendations and conclusion.

    ll. Situation Update:

    A. CRIMINALITY:

    1. Crime Volume:

    For the period in review, a total of 26 crime incidents were recorded.  This is lower by 2 incidents or -7.14% as compared to the 28 incidents recorded for the same period in CY 2010.2. Index Crime:

    The total Index Crimes posted 7 incidents, which decreased by 1 incident or 12.5% from 8 incidents recorded for the same period last year.

    3. Non-Index Crime:

    Non Index Crimes recorded a total of 19 incidents, which is lower by 1 or 5% as compared to 20 incidents recorded last year of the same period.

    4. Average Monthly Crime Rate

     The Average Monthly Crime Rate for the period is 14.09 per 100,000 populations which is lower by 1.09 or -7.18% as compared to the 15.18 record of the same period last year.

    5. Average Monthly Index Crime Rate

    Average Monthly Index Crime Rate for the period is 3.79 which decreased by 0.54 or -12.47% as compared to 4.33 for the same period last year.

    6. Average monthly Non-Index Crime Rate

    Average Monthly Non Index Crime rate for the period is 19 incidents which decreased by -2.84 or 26% compared to 20 incidents last year.

    7. Crime Solution Efficiency

    Out of the 26 crime volume during the period, all were solved obtaining a Crime Solution Efficiency Rating of   100%.

    B.  INSURGENCY: 

    The Municipality of Villaverde is generally peaceful considering that there were no monitored plans, movements and activities of the LCTs within AOR for the period. However, sometimes on February 2011, a gun battle between the LCTs and the Alpha coy of the 86th Infantry Battalion occurred at Brgy Cawayan, Asipulo Ifugao, near the boundary of Villaverde and Ifugao. This station in coordination with the 86IB Bravo coy PA based at Brgy Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya and other volunteer groups is continuously monitoring the plans and movements of the enemy.

    C.  TERRORISM:

    There is neither identified terrorist group nor personality in AOR.  Notwithstanding, the office provides security to vital installations and other economic key points that are vulnerable to terrorist attack based on the concept of Three-Tiered Defense System.

    No terroristic activities were recorded for the period.

    lll. ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

    1.  Administrative:

      a. Eight (8) personnel were promoted to the next higher rank.
      b. Two (2) personnel were sent for schooling at PRO2.
      c. Recipient of One (1) Police mobile car hi-lux with the assistance of the LGU   Villaverde.

    2.  Operational:

    Law enforcement:

    a.) Campaign against loose firearms

    one (1)  homemade caliber 38 was voluntarily surrendered to this station by  one Leopoldo Ocumen a resident of Sito Gannib, Brgy Bintawan Norte, Villaverde,Nueva Vizcaya on October 5, 2011.

    b.) Campaign against wanted persons.

        • For the period covered a total of Eleven (11) wanted persons facing various crimes were arrested.

    c.) Implementation Provincial and Municipal Ordinances.

                      a. On the implementation of Smoke Free Ordinance, a Total of 14 violators were apprehended for the period and were issued citation tickets.One of which paid the amount of P1,500 as the corresponding  penalty while others rendered community service.
                    b. On the implementation of Municipal Ordinances, this office was able to apprehend forty six (46) violators during the period.

    d.) Accomplishments on other especial laws:

    On our campaign against special laws, no reported case or incident within AOR for the period due to continuous Implementation of the Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS), conduct of  brgy visitation/pulong-pulong and symposia within AOR.

    e. PCR activities:

    Villaverde PNP initiated / participated the following:

                      • Participated in BRIGADA ESKWELA
                      • Conducted Security and assistance during the Medical Mission Sep 3, 2011 at Brgy Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya.
                      • Eight (8) PNP personnel participated in TAKBONG MAHARLIKA.
                      • Ten (10) PNP personnel participated in Walk for a cause
                      • Participated in tree planting activities held at Barangay Ibung and Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya, and inside the vicinity of Villaverde PS.
                      • Conducted dialogues to all Barangays of Villaverde regarding peace and order and crime prevention activities.
                      • Conducted dialogue to the parents of the youth particularly members of illegal fraternities
                      • Conducted security to all VIP’S conducting engagement/visited our AOR.
                      • Participated in school/church based projects.

    Conducted Symposium on Crime Prevention at Bintawan National High School on July 7, 2011 participated by more or less 900 Students.

    Villaverde PNP sponsoring thanksgiving mass at PHQ and Our Lady of Fatima Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya

    Villaverde PNP joining the fun run for a cause

    Villaverde PNP participated in the tree planting activities held at Brgy Ibung and Bintawan Norte, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya

    1V. CAPABILITIES       

    a. Personnel Strength:

    Police Stations

    AUTH STR

    ACTUAL STR

    VARIANCE

    Percentage Fill up

    Population

    Police: Population ratio

    PCO

    PNCO

    PCO

    PNCO

    PCO

    PNCO

    PNCO

    PNCO

    Villaverde

    2

    21

    2

    21

    0

    0

    0

    0

    18,445

    1:801

    b. Mobility:

    Units/Stations

    Vehicles/Motorcycle

    Remarks

    2 /Villaverde

    1 –Toyota Altis

    1 – Isuzu Hi-Lux

    Serviceable

    Serviceable

    c. Fire Power-

    Units/Stns

    Strength

    FAs on Hand

    Long FAs

    Short FAs

    Villaverde

    23

    17

    16

    d. Investigative kits/Materials-

    Units/

    Stns

    INVENTORY OF
    INVESTIGATIVE EQUIPMENT

    Finger print Kit

    Investigative Kit

    Security line

    Tape Recorder

    Camera

    Villaverde

    2

    1

    1

    1

    1

    e. Communication

    Units/Station

    Communication Equipment

    Villaverde

    1 – ICOM Base Radio/1 hand held – Seviceable

     

    CY 2011 Accomplishment Report

    Operational Accomplishment

    Anti Criminality, Insurgency Counter Terrorism

        • Criminality
          A total of thirty one (31) minor casepetty crimes were reported to this station and 8 cases of Reckless Imprudence resulting to Physical Injuries but these cases were all settles amicably by both parties. However, there were 4 major cases that was filed in court which are one (1) Robbery, two (2) Reckless impudence resulting to Homicide and one Frustrated Homicide.Further, the conduct of Automated National and Local Election conducted on May 11, 2011and the Barangay Election conducted on October 2010 were done peacefully and no election related crimes during the whole duration of the electiuon period due to the continous conduct of Police Visibility patol and the information dissemination among the constituents and political candidates of the prohibited activities during election period with the help of the personnel from the COMELEC of Villaverde.
        • Terrorism – Negative

    Community and Safety Protection

        • Continuous conduct of Police Visibility Patrol within AOR to ensure Public Safety.
        • Continuous conduct of traffic direction and control along provincial raod in front of Schools to ensure safety of pupils,students and other commuters coming in and out AOR. Likewise to ensure the smooth flow of traffic.
        • Continuous conduct of security inspection among vital installation as a part of our target hardening measure.

    Security Coverage

        • Conduct six (6) security coverage on special occasions.
        • Conducted six (6) security coverage to VIPS during their visit in the Brgys., during town fiesta and Brgy. Fiesta as the special guest.

    Promotion of Human Rights
    This Station has conducted three (3) seminars of International Humanitarian Law and the Writ of Amparo.

    • Intelligence Services
      From period covered this was able to arrest Francisco Alagano Sr. and Jaime Alap for Slight Physical Injuries under Criminal Case Number 1332, Joel Estabillo for the crime of Estafa and Marcelito Emperisl for the crime of Frustrated Murder.
    • Investigation – 4 Cases were filed in court
    • Police Community Relation
      The Office-In-Charge together with PCR PNCO this stn conducted monthly Brgy visitation and pulong-pulong with the Brgy Officials in evry Brgy (One Barangay per month).
    • Green Police Program (Tree Planting)
      This station maintaining clean and green surrounding, planting and caring of fruit bearing trees for the station sunshade.
    • Medical and Dental Operation
      Conducted assistance to the Medical and Dental outreach conducted by the Order of the Amaranth Court number 47 at Umoc, Brgy. Nagbitin on February 2010 Free and Accepted Mason Villaverde Lodge 206 and at Brgy. Ocapon, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya on September 2010.
    • Participation in Faith-Based Organization
      • The PNP Villaverde have sponsored two Sunday mass at Our Lady of Fatima Parish Church at Brgy. Ibung, Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya on September 2010.

     

    Administrative Accomplishment

                1. Personnel Management – 1 PCO and 20 PNCOs.
                2. Training and Education
                  • Three Personnel have undergone Junior Leadership at Cauayan, Isabela Training Center.
                  • One personnel have undergone Searh and Rescue Operation Training at camp Adduro, Tuguegarao       Cagayan.
                3. Morale and Welfare
                  • Five Personnel were promoted as follows:
                    1. SPO2 Franklin G. Aduca promoted to SPO3
                    2. PO3 Alfelmer I. Balut promoted to SPO1
                    3. PO2 Henry D. Valenzuela promoted to PO3
                    4. PO1 Glendon A. Manuel promoted to PO2
                    5. PO1 Jewel Gabriel promoted to PO2

                    Financial

                      The LGU increase the Municipal Peace and Order fund for the successful campaign for the maintenance of peace and order in the municipality.

                    Logistical

                  • LGU Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya under the able leadership of Hon.  Mayor ESMENIO S. BAJO donated     one computer unit to support the ITP of the PNP.
                  • LGU Villaverde during the leadership of Mayor Esmenio S. Bajo is continuously allocating 10 liters of       gasoline per week for the conduct of police visibility patrol and when HONORABLE MAYOR RONELIE  UBANDO VALTORIBIO assumed her position as the Municipal Mayor the gas allocation for the PNP was increased to 20 liters per week.
                  • LGU Vilaverde is continuously allocating office supplies to be used in issuing police clearances, police    reports, monthly reports and the like.

    Information Technology

    The Honorable Vice Governor Jose Jing Gambito have donated one computer set including printyer to this station for a better service.