RECOGNITION AWARD.Land Management Bureau (LMB) OIC-Director Ralph C. Pablo and Assistant Director Emelyne V. Talabis (second and third from left) spearheaded the awarding of plaques of recognition to the Divisions and Project Management Offices of LMB who complied in the timely submission of reports and accomplishments for the first semester of CY 2014. The Land Policy and Planning Division (LPPD), headed by Gina Pascua (right), tasked to consolidate and assess the accomplishments and deliverables of each division and projects prepared the awards to give due recognition to the offices who acted immediately on the call. Mr. Rainier Balbuena (left), Chief of Staff and Head of the Management Information System (MIS) receives the plaque in behalf of MIS for placing 2nd among the Projects for the timely submission of accomplishments. The Cadastral Survey Project and PRS ‘92 placed 1st and 3rd, respectively. Among the Divisions given with awards for the ‘Timely Submission of Accomplishment Reports’ are the following: Land Management Division (LMD), 1st place; Legal Division, 2nd and the Geodetic Surveys Division 3rd place. Under the category of ‘Completeness of Reports,’ the Records and Management Division (RMD) bagged 1st place; the Offices of the Director (OD) and the Assistant Director (OAD), 2nd place ; and the Geodetic Surveys Division, 3rd place. (lmm)
LMB deputy attends UN-FAO land tenure seminar in Rome
RESPONSIBLE GOVERNANCE OF TENURE ON LANDS, FOREST, AND FISHERIES. Land Management Bureau (LMB) Assistant Director Emelyne V. Talabis (right, center photo) represents the Philippines through the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and LMB to present the country’s experience and initiatives in land administration and management (LAM) reform as an example of responsible governance of tenure on lands. The presentation was conducted during the Stocktaking Event on the “Voluntary Guidelines for the Responsible Governance of Tenure on Lands, Forests, and Fisheries (VGGT) held on May 14, 2014 at the United Nations-Food and Agriculture Organization (UN-FAO) Headquarters, in Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome, Italy. Only three case studies on the Government side - the Philippines, Guatemala, and Sierra Leone were presented during the event. Representatives (top and bottom photos) from the civil society from various countries also shared their experiences on the VGGT. UN-FAO spearheaded the Stocktaking event. (May, 2014)
Land Management Bureau (LMB) Assistant Director Emelyne V. Talabis attended the Stocktaking Event on the “Voluntary Guidelines for the Responsible Governance of Tenure on Lands, Forests, and Fisheries (VGGT) held on May 14, 2014 at the United Nations-Food and Agriculture Organization (UN-FAO) Headquarters, in Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome, Italy.
LMB gains CSC nods for Level II accreditation
LMB accredited to Level II Status by Civil Service Commission. Land Management Bureau OIC-Director Ralph C. Pablo receives the Level II Accreditation certificate from Civil Service Commission (CSC) Chairperson Francisco T. Duque III under the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resources Management (PRIME-HRM). The award was given for the agency’s effective implementation of human resources management systems and programs. (April, 2014)
The Land Management Bureau (LMB) was conferred a Level II Accreditation status under the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) for the agency’s effective implementation of human resources management systems and programs.
LMB OIC-Director Ralph C. Pablo personally accepted the Level II Accreditation certificate from CSC Chairperson Francisco T. Duque III in a simple ceremony held at the Luxent Hotel in Quezon City last March 27, 2014.
Under the Level II Accreditation Status of PRIME-HRM the LMB can now take final action on appointments below division chief level – with a Salary Grade of 1 to 22.
Newly improved public assistance facility opens
True to its commitment to serve the public with excellence not only in terms of services but also with its facilities, the Land Management Bureau (LMB) opens to the public the newly-refurbished Publi…
LMB Head: Come up with trainings that suit RATPLAN
Land Management Bureau (LMB) OIC-Director Ralph C. Pablo urged the bureau’s division chiefs to identify training plans in capacitating LMB and Land Management Services (LMS) Regional Field Offices pe…
Bhutan, Australia land delegates undergo immersion on LAM
Delegates from the National Land Commission, Royal Government of Bhutan and Land gate, Australia experienced first-hand the implementation of land administration and management (LAM) in the Philippin…