General Luna Mayor Matt Florido was proud to report that the Commission on Audit found no reason to issue disallowances, suspensions or charges when it studied how the town used its funds under his watch.
The Commission on Audit (COA) cited the municipal government of Calaca, Batangas for failing to ensure the timely completion of its local projects, leaving P174.34 million in infrastructure unfinished in 2018.
The state auditing agency expressed concern over the state of government vehicles worth P135.3 million in Silang, Cavite, 46 or 26 percent of which was found to be already unserviceable.
The municipal government of Silang, Cavite received an earful from the Commission on Audit (COA) following its failure to properly divvy up its tax collections totaling in 2018.
The municipal government of Tanay, Rizal has been scolded a second time for its methods in granting cash advances which allegedly expose government funds to risk of irrecoverable loss.
The Commission on Audit (COA) called out the municipal government of Sto. Tomas over the reportedly questionable procurement of P44.58 million in drugs and medicines.
The Commission on Audit (COA) advised the municipality of Cainta, Rizal to get its ducks in a row, after an audit revealed it failed to implement 19 projects amounting to P48.3 million in 2018.
Poor planning and budgeting made for quite the unfortunate combination in Cainta, Rizal, which have allegedly deprived its constituents of numerous benefits from the P69.46 million Gender and Development (GAD) fund.
Despite noted successes in the implementation of its gender and development (GAD) programs, the city government of Calamba was still pushed by the state auditing agency to aim for better results.
The Commission on Audit (COA) sent over a checklist for Mercado de Calamba’s market supervisor, whose inability to be “aggressive” and “persistent” in her duties cost the city millions in potential revenue.