Mayor Santiago vows to do better after San Fernando named as reg’l outstanding LGU in BPLS reform
Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago on San Fernando City, Pampanga has welcomed the award that the city recently received for being the most successful local government unit (LGU) in Central Luzon for streamlining business permits in 2017.
The Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Incorporated (CLGCFI), in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Interior and Local Government, and Department of Information and Communications Technology, recently conferred to San Fernando City the 2017 Most Successful LGU in the Institutionalization of BPLS (Business Permitting and Licensing System) Reform in Region 3.
“Isa lamang itong pagpapatunay kung paano natin binibigyan ng halaga ang ‘customer satisfaction’ dito sa Syudad San Fernando, kaya naman binabati ko ang ating Business License and Permit Division sa kanilang matagumpay na pagtataguyod ng mabilis at episyenteng pagproseso ng mga business permits,” Santiago said.
He said the award serves as an inspiration to do better in order to enhance and improve the business transactions in the city.
“Syempre mas lalo pa nating pagbubutihin ang pagbibigay ng dekalidad na serbisyo sa mga Fernandino para sa ikauunlad at ikalalago ng ekonomiya dito sa Syudad San Fernando,” Santiago said.
According to Tarlac City Governor and CLGCFI President Susan Yap, the awarding seeks to recognize and acknowledge deserving LGUs in Region 3, which have excellent implementation in the issuance of mayor’s permit that ease the doing of business in their respective LGUs.
San Fernando City also received plaques of recognition from the Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index for being the 4th Overall Competitiveness city in the Region 3. The city was ranked 2nd for Economic Dynamism, 6th for Resiliency, and 10th for Infrastructure.
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