Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Mga panibagong katiwalian sa Kapitolyo ng Marinduque ayon sa COA (Karugtong)

Pito-pito

Ang unang pito (7) sa napakaraming mga anomalya sa Kapitolyo ng Marinduque ay nailimbag dito kahapon. Ang kasunod na pitong katiwalian ayon sa inilabas na Commission on Audit (COA) Audit Report 2014 ay nasa ibaba. Pito-pito araw-araw hanggang kailan kaya?


Karugtong

8. Mga bayarin mula sa LGUs (Account 138) na nagkakahalaga ng P 2,481,239.92 na mga dapat tanggapin mula sa mga munisipalidad ay hindi umaayon sa payables ng mga kaukulang munisipalidad sa mga bayarin na naitala ng Lalawigan na nangangahulugang ang balanseng bayarin ay kaduda-duda.

(8. Due from LGUs (Account 138) totaling P 2,481,239.92 which represents receivables from other municipalities do not reconcile with the payables of the ,municipalities concerned to the payables recorded by the Province rendering the balance of receivable doubtful.)

9. Mula sa P. 51,942.00 na honoraria, P 8,248.28 o 15.87% ay ibinayad sa mga hospital personnel tulad ng laundry workers, drivers, guards, etc. na walang kaugnayan sa training ng midwifery students. Gayundin, may mga hospital staff na walang direktang kaugnay sa programa na binayaran din ng honoraria katulad ng sa mga trainers. 

(9. Out of P 51,942.00 honoraria, P 8,248.28 or 15.87% was granted to hospital personnel such as laundry, workers, drivers, guards, etc. who were not involved in the training of midwifery students. Likewise, some hospital staffs not directly involved to the program were granted honoraria similar to the trainers.)


10. Repair and maintenance expenses na ginastos sa mga motor vehicles na umabot sa P. 2,695,177.26 at P. 22,950,463.93 para sa CY 2013 at CY 2014, ayon sa pagkakasunod, ay masasabing uneconomical o mapagmalabis na paggastos.

(10. Repair and maintenance expenses incurred on motor vehicles totaling P 2,695,177.26 and P 22,950,463.93 for CY 2013 and CY 2014, respectively, may be deemed uneconomical and excessive expenditures.)

11. Interest Expense na P. 2,011,246.29 ay kinilala bilang loans payable account para sa mga undelivered equipment by Aztec Construction Equipment and Services, Inc. na nagkakahalaga ng P 52,823,880.98 sa kabila ng katotohanang may issuance of Writ of Preliminary Injunction sa Land Bank of the Philippines, kaya't naglahad ng labis sa interest expense at interest payable accounts sa ganun ding halaga.

(11. Interest Expense totaling P 2,011.246.29 was recognized on loans payable account covering undelivered equipment by Aztec Construction Equipment and Services, Inc. totaling P 52,823,880.98 despite, issuance of Writ of Preliminary Injunction to the Land Bank of the Philippines, thereby overstating interest expense and interest payable accounts by the same amount.)

12. Ang mga kabayaran sa consultancy services na nagkakahalaga ng P. 1,374,239.64 ay itinuturing na hindi kailangan at wala sa ayos dahil sa kawalan ng mga programa at mga proyekto na nangangailangan ng highly technical advisers/experts, at hindi pagsunod nito sa mga patakaran para sa paggamit ng alternative methods of procurement at sa governing principles on government procurement.
  

(12. The payments of consultancy services totaling P 1,374,239.64 is considered unnecessary and irregular due to the absence of programs and projects requiring highly technical advisers/experts and non-compliance with the terms and conditions for the use of alternative methods of procurement and the governing principles on government procurement.)

13. Karagdagang workforce na 93 empleyado ay pinapasok para lamang sa Office of the Sanggunian at Office of the VIce-Governor sa pamamagitan ng job order bagama't mayroon nang regular officials at mga empleyado sa ahensya na in-charge sa medical, social, at clerical services, kaya't nagresulta ito sa pagbabayad ng wala sa ayos at hindi kinakailangang mga sahod na nagkakahalaga ng P. 933,283.48. Gayundin, ang pag-hire sa karagdagang mga empleyado sa pamamagitan ng Job Orders (JOs) sa Tourism Office ay walang basehan kaya't, ang pagpapatuloy ng mga ito ay hindi praktikal, mahal at wala sa ayos.

(13. Additional workforce of 93 employees were hired solely for the Office of the Sanggunian and Office of the Vice-Governor through job order despite existence of regular officials and employees in the agency in-charge of medical, social, and clerical services thus, resulting in payment of irregular and unnecessary wages totaling P 933,283.48. Likewise, hiring of additional employees through Job Orders (JOs) in the Tourism Office lacks basis thus, maintaining them is impractical, costly, and irregular.)

14. Mga kagastusan na nagkakahalaga ng P. 501,096.00 na siningil sa SEF (Special Education Fund) ay hindi naayon sa pangunahing layunin para sa pondo, kaya't nadaig ang pakay kung bakit isinakatuparan ang ganitong pondo.


(Ang naging resulta nito ayon sa COA, "Ang pangunahing pangangailangan ng mga mag-aaral tulad ng supplemental books, periodicals at equipment na magagamit para madagdagan ang kanilang kaalaman, at isaayos ang mga training facilities na makakatulong para mapahusay ang kanilang mga talino, ay hindi binigyan ng halaga. Dagdag pa rito, ang pagtatayo at pagkukumpuni ng karagdagang mga school building na maaaring mapasukan pa ng karagdagang mga mag-aaral ay hindi binigyan ng prioridad. 

14. Expenditures totaling P 501,096.00 charged against SEF (Special Education Fund) are not in conformity with the primary purpose of the fund thereby defeating the purpose for which the fund was established.

(As a result, according to COA, "the primary needs of the students such as supplemental books, periodicals and equipment that could be used to enrich their knowledge, and improve necessary training facilities that could help enhance their talents, were not given importance. More so, construction and repair of additional school buildings that could accommodate more students have not also been prioritized.")

(Itutuloy/To be continued)


Continued from yesterday's post:

Hindi pa nauulat sa sambayanan: Panibago na namang mga anomalya sa Kapitolyo ng Marinduque ayon sa COA Report 2014

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