City Hall employees undergo Induction, reorientation program

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In order to learn and understand basic responsibilities, policies and ethical standards of the local government of Cagayan de Oro, the Human Resource and Management Office (HRMO), headed by Ms. Dulce Baculio, initiated an induction and re-orientation program to City Hall employees today, Oct 12, 2017.

Photos by Jomar Figuracion/CIO


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Cagayan de Oro City will host the 9th National ICT Confederation of the Philippines ICT Summit on November 16 and 17 this year, anticipating presence of delegates and dignitaries of different ICT councils across the country, government officials and industry stakeholders to converge here in the city.

The NICP Summit is an annual event that highlights information and communications technology for its innovation that can be advantageous for both public and private sectors.

This year’s summit will center on two important events: the digitalcitiesPH national launching on the first day, and the eGOV Awards for Excellence through ICT for LGUs on the next day.

The former will introduce ICT’s role for the development of cities, while the latter will recognize online services utilized by local government units for the convenience of the transacting public.

As host city, Cagayan de Oro has submitted four entries for the eGOV Awards. These include the city’s Online Tax Billing and Payment System, Electronic Building Permit Management System (eBPMS), Taxpayers Friendly Kiosks and Senior Citizens Online ID Application.

The first day will take place in Limketkai Luxe Hotel, with a welcome dinner sponsored by the City Government in the evening. The ceremony for the eGOV Awards will be held at the Rosario Pavilion in the morning of the second day.

The summit is a collaborative effort of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and NICP, in partnership with the City Government, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Department of Interior and Local Government, Cagayan de Oro Chamber of Commerce and Industry Foundation, Inc., and the CDO ICT Business Council. (CDO-TIPC) 



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City Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya, Chairman of the committee on Economic Enterprise, together with the City Economic Enterprise Department (CEED) management team meet with the vendors and section officers in Carmen Market this morning Oct. 11, 2017.

While emphasizing the goal of the CEED management in raising the income of the public market being anchored by the administration of Mayor Oscar Moreno, Councilor Nacaya assured the vendors of quality and fair service delivery for Carmen market.  (Photo by Alixes Gemao)

Oro Youth Code Public Hearing

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TO improve and broaden the youth empowerment initiatives, the local government of Cagayan de Oro under the administration of City Mayor Oscar Moreno, a public hearing on the Oro Youth Code of 2017 was conducted today, October 6, 2017 at the Cagayan de Oro National High School. The city council is about to approve the Oro Youth Code so as to make the youth sector to become engaging and well represented from the different sectors such as in-school, out-of-school youth, faith-based youth, special advocacy youth sector, cultural identity-based youth and Sangguaniang Kabataan. Oro Youth Development Council Chairman Atty. Ernesto Neri, City Councilors Jay Roa Pascual, Reuben ‘Boboy’ Daba, Suzette Magtajas-Daba and Annie Daba attended the event. The OYDC is looking forward for the passage of the Oro Youth Code the soonest possible time.


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Children-clients from five City Government-run centers showcase their talents in arts during a poster making contest held at the City Hall mini park, Tuesday, October 10, 2017, spearheaded by the Psychosocial Division Head Jaymee Leonen of the City Social Welfare and Development Office. The artworks now on public display were made by clients from Boystown, Bahay Pag-asa, Mother Teresa Oro Care Center, Home Care for Girls and Residential Care for Elderly. CSWD Officer Teddy Sabuga-a said the artworks touches the viewer's heart as it reflect the children's emotions after being reached out from the streets. The public is invited to view and vote as the best piece is determined through highest voting. (Photos by; Roland Canas/CIO)


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