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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 6 & 7, 2022
1:30PM TO 4:30PM * via zoom logo

The Department of Budget and Management (DBM), under the Manual on the Setting Up and Operation of LEEs issued in 2016, requires all LGUs to have a comprehensive business plan when creating and operating your local economic enterprises (LEEs).

This three-session webinar will help LEEs comply with the indicator for policy-based budgeting in the Public Financial Management Assessment Tool (PFMAT) promulgated by the DBM. Not only that, it will help you ensure that your LEEs will operate long term to guarantee profitability and augment source of local revenues. This will also give you a broader perspective in planning, starting and managing your economic enterprises. You will learn how to identify the criteria that will determine the need for LEEs, how to prepare a business plan and overall feasibility for each enterprise, and how to assess their operations.

Attend and be knowledgeable about the elements that comprise the regulatory and enabling environment for LEEs and how they shape the development and management at your local government!
Course Director & Lecturer: Rufo R. Mendoza, PhD, CPA. He was Chair of Finance & Accounting Department and Program Director in Public Finance at the Asian Institute of Management. He also served as the Vice Chair of the Professional Regulatory Board of Accountancy and the Chair of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Council for Accountancy. He was Senior Consultant in different international development organizations like the World Bank, UNDP, AusAid, USAid, and European Commission. He was also a graduate school professor at the Ateneo de Manila University's School of Government, UP Open University, and UP Los Baņos.

As part of the USAID and ADB projects, he was tapped to train and coach several LGUs in the crafting of their business plans for LEEs. His consulting experiences include risk management, internal controls, and internal audit in private institutions, local government units and national government agencies.

He was also awarded as Outstanding CPA in Professional Development in 2008 and Outstanding CPA in Government in 2010 by the Philippine Institute of CPAs.

Presently, he is a National Capacity Development Expert in Public Financial Management at the Asian Development Bank.
Who Should Attend:

      1. Local Chief Executives
      2. LGU Administrators
      3. Heads and staff of Local
          Economic Enterprises
      4. Members of Local
          Legislative Council
      5. LGU Planning and
          Budgeting Officers
      6. LGU Treasurers
      7. LGU HR Officers


Limited Slots Only, Pre-Registration Required

*Training investment inclusive of
an e-certificate and a printed learning material


  P 6,880 (when you register and pay
                on or before December 5)
  P 7,880 (when you register and pay
                after December 5)


*Optional: Add P450 for a printed copy of a certificate of attendance inclusive of delivery charge

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    Contact Person: Jamie Borlaza     Mobile Number (+63 998) 510-3748
    Telefax:      (+632) 8842-7148 or 59
    Email:     jamie.cgbp@yahoo.com
    Check:     www.cgbp.ph




BUSINESS PLANNING FOR LOCAL ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 6 & 7, 2022
1:30PM TO 4:30PM * via
zoom logo


Program Details and Course Outline

    This webinar provides the local government participants with a broader perspective in managing their local economic enterprises (LEEs). It seeks to enhance the ability of the local government officials to run their LEEs by understanding their intricate nature and planning the business activities.

    As local government units (LGUs) endeavor to provide better quality public services to their constituents, the limited financial resources have always been a challenge. As such, LGUs have realized the operation of local economic enterprises as an alternative source of local revenues to augment collection from taxes, fees, and charges.

    Hence, it becomes imperative for LEEs to contribute to local revenues by earning a reasonable profit. That requires a long-term view of the LEEs and an assessment of their operations and overall feasibility. A business plan is the best way to provide a direction to the LEE.

    This webinar conforms with the requirements for LEEs specified in the Manual on the Setting Up and Operation of LEEs issued by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) in 2016. It also helps the LGUs to comply with the indicator for policy-based budgeting in the Public Financial Management Assessment Tool (PFMAT) promulgated by the DBM.

    At the end of the webinar, we expect the participants to be knowledgeable about the elements that comprise the regulatory and enabling environment for LEEs and how they shape the development and management at the local government. They will have the skill to identify and analyze the criteria in determining whether the LGU should engage or not in local economic enterprises. Moreover, they will be able to prepare a business plan covering the various aspects of the LEEs.

    The primary target participants of this three half-day webinar are the heads and staff of LEEs, the local chief executives, and the members of the local legislative council. The department heads and employees in planning, budgeting, accounting, treasury, administration, and human resource management will benefit from attending the webinar.


Outline of Topics


    Day 1         Broader Perspective on Local Economic Enterprises (LEE)
                      a. The Challenge of Resource Mobilization in Local Government
                      b. Regulatory and Enabling Environment for Local Economic Enterprises
                      c. Should the LGU engage in Local Economic Enterprises?
                      d. Local Economic Enterprises Nature and Description

    Day 2         Customizing Business for Local Economic Enterprises
                      a. Business Plan: Nature, Benefits, and Components
                      b. LEE Operational Aspect
                      c. LEE Marketing Aspect
                      d. LEE Organizational and Management Aspect
                      e. LEE Social, Economic, and Environmental Aspects

    Day 3         Financial Assessment and Planning for Local Economic Enterprises
                      a. Income, Expense, and Capital Outlay Projection
                      b. Projected Cash Receipts and Disbursements
                      c. Projected Income Statement
                      d. Projected Balance Sheet
                      e. Financial Analysis of the LEE
                      f. Packaging the Business Plan



    In this training, the trainer will provide best practices examples to clearly illustrate the lessons and learnings from this program. This highly specialized training is not taught in any school in the Philippines.


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Training investment inclusive of an e-certificate and a printed learning material

      P 6,880 (when you register and pay on or beforeDecember 5)
      P 7,880 (when you register and pay after December 5)


*Optional: Add P450 for a printed copy of a certificate of attendance inclusive of delivery charge



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