DILGDepartment of Interior and Local Government
DILGDive Industry Liaison Group (Port of Melbourne Corporation; Australia)
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The DILG and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) are working together after Duterte ordered the closing of Boracay if its garbage, drainage and water situation remained problematic.
What the DILG and its attached agencies do is to provide information on drug personalities and activities to PDEA for verification and inclusion in the narco-list.
This is the reason why we are urging the public to vote for candidates who are actively fighting the war against drugs in the barangay,' DILG Assistant Secretary Jonathan Malaya said in a statement.
Pagdayaw is an annual tradition of DILG Region 6 which recognizes commendable performance of the local government units and DILG personnel.
The DILG is one of the national government agencies involved in the water sector with the implementation of potable water supply projects in the countryside like the Sagana at Ligtas na Tubig (SALINTUBIG), Assistance to Municipalities (AM)- Potable Water Supply Projects, and Pro-Water, a Spanish-funded program under the iWash Governance.
Baltazar-Cortez added this means Caloocan City managed to comply with and maintain the high standards pegged by the DILG for good governance.
In the meantime, should there be evidence against incumbent barangay officials, DILG OIC-Secretary Eduardo M.
making certain that voters will head to their precincts armed with the proper know-how," DILG chief Eduardo Aao said on Wednesday.
The SGLG is a progressive assessment system adopted by DILG to give distinction to remarkable local government performance across several areas.
Ano said that the DILG, the National Police Commission (Napolcom) and other law enforcement agencies will be working closely with the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in enforcing the prohibitions.
Last month, the DILG under the leadership of OIC- Secretary Eduardo M.
In enforcing the Soce rule, the Comelec relies heavily on the fact that the DILG has a measure of supervision and control over locally elected officials-including barangay officials-calling on it to flex its regulatory muscle by preventing the assumption of office of those who failed to turn in their Soces.