DGA 2020 Criteria

 

Innovative management (30 points) – This criterion demonstrates the degree to which the entry explored, applied and managed the elements and strategies that brought about the success of the entry. 

  1. ICT Solution – What was the problem? What was the solution? Disclose if adopted or replicated from other LGUs
  2. What are the innovative strategies involved in the entry?
  3. How does the entry keep track and measure results?
  4. Is there a provision for R&D?
  5. What are the improvements or iterations of the entry within the last six (6) months?
  6. Does it have Data Privacy and Data Security solutions?
  7. Other pertinent additional information

 

Impact (30 points) – The project demonstrates the major results (output, outcome, impact), their effects, and benefits to the recipients of the service (public, employees, or business). 

  1. Who are the target recipients or beneficiaries? Which Sector? What percentage of the population?
  2. Improvement of the Service
    1. Number served before, or time taken by a process
    2. Number served now or time taken now
    3. Any financial improvements, savings, or income generated
    4. Presentation/Table/Graph with a summary of the results for the time frame involved
  3. What percentage increase of its target recipients or beneficiaries are using it or have adopted it since it was put in place? (“using” means, but is not limited to: number of views, downloads, installs, data submitted, etc. or hard numbers the LGU can collect) 
  4. How has it been rated, so far, by the target recipients or beneficiaries? Has this changed over time? What is the level of Client Satisfaction.
  5. Other pertinent additional information

 

Extent of ICT Adoption (20 points) – 

  1. Interoperability – the valuable impact of an LGU’s initiative to connect data and systems with other government offices, both national and local for the convenience of their constituents and to improve its public service delivery
    1. Does it follow certain standards set by national government agencies?
    2. If applicable, does it follow international standards?
  2. Data-driven –  the efforts of an LGU in recognizing that good governance through ICT goes hand in hand with the fair and responsible processing of data. Effective e-governance provides constituents with convenience and better services through the free flow of information while ensuring at the same time that personal data is protected
    1. Does the LGU encourage crowdsourcing of data interpretation

 

Replication Potential and Sustainability (20 points) – The project demonstrates the model qualities of the practice with the possibility and applicability of replicating it in other localities. It must demonstrate a level of sustainability or that the LGU can continue the project by addressing major disruptions. This involves ready documentation process for the entry, including the following:

  1. Manual of Operations
  2. Training Modules
  3. Portability of the application or the entry
  4. Cost of the system (disclose sources/partners, costs such as licenses, hosting, cloud storage and others, including visits)
  5. Model Resolution(s)/Ordinance(s)

The winning LGUs will be asked to share their stories of best practices to other LGU’s and for their stories and pictures to be published in the various publications. These LGUs may also be requested by NICP to speak in national and regional summits.

 

CRITERIA for The Best in Covid19 Pandemic Response (G2P)

Innovative management (30 points) – This criterion demonstrates the degree to which the entry explored, applied and managed the elements and strategies that brought about the success of the entry, to include: 

  1. ICT Solution – What is the problem? What is the solution?
  2. What are the innovative strategies involved in the entry?
  3. How does the entry keep track of and measure results?
  4. Is there a provision for R&D? How often has it been updated since March 2020?
  5. How does it address Data Privacy and Data Security?
  6. Other pertinent additional information

 

Impact (30 points) – The project demonstrates the major results (output, outcome, impact), their effects, and benefits to the recipients of the service (public, employees, or business). 

  1. Who are the target recipients or beneficiaries? Which Sector? What percentage is it of the population?
  2. Has the entry had any effect on any of the following:
    1. Environment – cite data on any measurable effect (ex: water & air quality)
    2. Political – changes in government policy or administrative practices 
    3. Socio-cultural – cite data on any measurable effect (ex: response to street dwellers, informal settlers; mental health data; pregnancy rates; abuse of any kind, etc.)
    4. Economy – cite data on any measurable effect (ex: number of businesses closed/reopened; 
  3. What percentage increase of its target recipients or beneficiaries are using it or have adopted it since it was put in place? (“using” means, but is not limited to: number of views, downloads, installs, data submitted, etc. or hard numbers the LGU can collect) 
  4. How has it been rated, so far, by the target recipients or beneficiaries? Has this changed over time?
  5. Other pertinent additional information

 

Extent of ICT Adoption (20 points) – 

  1. Interoperability – the valuable impact of an LGU’s initiative to connect data and systems with other government offices, both national and local for the convenience of their constituents and to improve its public service delivery
    1. Does it follow certain standards set by national government agencies?
    2. If applicable, does it follow international standards?
  2. Data-driven –  the efforts of an LGU in recognizing that good governance through ICT goes hand in hand with the fair and responsible processing of data. Effective e-governance provides constituents with convenience and better services through the free flow of information while ensuring at the same time that personal data is protected
    1. Does the LGU encourage crowdsourcing of data interpretation

 

Replication Potential and Sustainability (20 points) – The project demonstrates the model qualities of the practice with the possibility and applicability of replicating it in other localities. It must demonstrate a level of sustainability or that the LGU can continue the project by addressing major disruptions.

  1. Availability of a Manual of Operations
  2. Availability of Training Modules
  3. Portability of the application or the entry
  4. Cost of the system (disclose sources/partners, costs such as licenses, hosting, cloud storage and others)
  5. Model Ordinance and, where applicable, the accompanying MOA

The winning LGUs will be asked to share their stories of best practices to other LGU’s and for their stories and pictures to be published in the various publications. These LGU’s may also be requested by NICP to speak in national and regional summits.