Second Local Government Support Project, LGSP 2
Union Parishad for the operation of manual manuals for the training of the governmental government Department of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh
Module 1 Introduction and method of LGSP 2
LGSP aims to ensure good governance at the union level through the establishment of transparency and accountability. In addition to providing direct allocation to all union parishads in the phases, in addition to establishing transparency and accountability at local level, establishing new and innovative programs, setting up of the union parishad as an effective organization and providing decentralization friendly policies at national level. Taken The LGSP project is an important step in the development of good governance at the local level, accelerating local development through public participation and establishing partnership management at the grassroots level. The objective is to turn Union Parishad into a strong and public-based, efficient local government organization. Second part of LGSP
1. Union Council donations
Basic Fund Allocation (EEA)
Skill Based Allocation (Chia)
2. Information flow and accountability
3. Institutional development (skill)
4. 25% of basic allocation of fund for the project management will be distributed among all Union Parishads.
The remaining 75 percent, based on the population of the Union Parishad, 90 percent and 10 percent of allocation based on the volume will be determined.
The local government department will provide the basic allocation (BbG) in two installments, which will be sent directly to the union council's bank account in the month of August-September and February-March every year.
At least 30% of basic allocated allocation (EEA) and skill based allocation (CHAE) should be spent for the implementation of the scheme which is preferred by women.
In order to maximize the capacity building capacity of 10% of basic fund allocation (EEA) and skill based allocation (CHAE), mainly for the purpose of making schemes, security arrangements, accounting, union level information will be used for computer entry. Besides, it can be spent on providing support to women development forum, training, mutual learning and other specific skills. 10% of the money can be used for the implementation of the scheme if not mentioned in the given field. The criteria for determining the initial eligibility criteria for access to basic allocation schemes
Eligibility Criteria Index Essential documents
1. Audit Report by the Independent Audit Institution in the previous financial year, audit completion and financial irregular audit report of the Union Council Audit Report
2. Annual Plan and Budget for the Next Financial Year Planning for Ward meetings with public participation Open budget meeting with public participation and signature of annual budget approved by Union Parishad, along with the signature of the ward session, Copy of the date / book of the open budget and the annual budget of the budget session.
3. Submission of reports on timely basis between 31 July and 31 January, all union councils who fail to achieve the above mentioned qualifications will get only 25% of basic allocation.
Efficient-based allocation will be provided to encourage the development of the overall skill of the Union Parishads, which are allocated basic skills for skill based grants (PBG). These allocation will be given to all the Union Parishads who can show their skills in financial and revenue management, such as revenue growth, revenue collection, transparency and accountability, people's participation, planning and budget preparation and reports etc. From the second year of the project, skill-based allocation will start.
Based on the quality of the skill, this allocation will be done by distributing 75% of the first phase of the union council in the district level.
On the quality of the skill, the first 25% union parishad will get 30% more than their allotted basic fund allocated.
The next 25% Union Parishad will get 20% more than their allocated basic allocation.
Then the 25% Union Parishad would get 10% extra for all their basic fund allocated.
An intermediate evaluation program will be conducted in the 3rd year of the project. Based on the information obtained through intermediate evaluation, necessary steps will be taken in the next years. The reason for the allocation delay / suspension
In the next fiscal year, the allocation of the monetary block will be postponed
Audit objection for failure to provide adverse or necessary information. (1) Until the investigation is completed, the allotment will remain suspended. (Ii) proper civil and criminal action based on the final audit results (according to the laws of Bangladesh government). (3) The person involved can return the agreed money to the local government department according to the rules. (4) The names of the Union Parishads involved in the Local Government Division can be published through national media. Local Government Division: (a) Disclosures from the LGSP can disqualify the union council involved in this matter. (B) Union Parishad representatives / officers identified in the audit report