The Makati City government has again gained the highest audit rating from the Commission on Audit (COA) for its 2019 financial statements.
Commission on Audit (COA)
The city government of Parañaque is reportedly beset on its financial front, as unliquidated and unsettled accounts continue to accumulate contrary to law.
The Commission on Audit (COA) flagged the city government of Navotas over its decision to invest P100M of its Special Education Fund (SEF) in a time deposit account instead of constructing or repairing school buildings.
The city government of Navotas received a warning from the state auditing agency regarding its handling of local disaster risk reduction management (LDRRM) stockpiles.
The Commission on Audit (COA) blamed the lack of monitoring and updating of databases for the accumulation of unremitted taxes and contributions totaling P44.48 million in Mandaluyong.
An audit of the solid waste management practices of the city government of Malabon left much to be desired, according to the Commission on Audit (COA).
The Commission on Audit (COA) flagged the city government of Malabon for not meeting its 2018 revenue projections by over half a billion pesos, which could deprive its constituents of key benefits.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) faced criticism from the Commission on Audit (COA) for failing to complete most of its planned flood control projects in 2018.
The Commission on Audit (COA) called out the city government of Caloocan for failing to liquidate over P162.88 million in cash advances (CA) in violation of law.
Mayor Joy Belmonte has urged the Quezon City Council to amend SP 2350 or the Environment Protection and Waste Management Code of Quezon City, so it can be subject to scrutiny by the Commission on Audit (COA).