BEZA BARMM & PFEZ BARMM STRATEGIC PLANNING: REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF ANNUAL WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN (AWFP) ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT, SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITES AND FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONCERN (APRIL 5-8)

 During the morning session, BEZA Director Mohamad Basher Abas and PFEZ Manager Iharyf Sucol each made insightful overviews on the importance of the assessment and evaluation of Annual Work and Financial Plan together with the due Accomplishment Reports of BEZA and PFEZ. They encouraged both BEZA and PFEZ workforce to associate more closely and more passionately to expect better and more relevant results as the exigency of the MTIT and BARMM operations would ultimately require.  

 

Immediately, Mister Marc Pelaez of BEZA thoroughly discussed the Economic Aspect of the Bangsamoro Development Framework (BDF) as a mandatory guideline for BEZA effective courses of action. He made reference to the 12 point agenda of BARMM as a fathering blueprint for PFEZ and BEZA plans. There was an understanding to set these parameters straight so future actions will  be aligned and made consistent with said economic framework.

 

Subsequently, Miss Jessa Mae Cueno of BEZA methodically and carefully dissected the “Assessment and Evaluation steps” for the guidance and education of BEZA and PFEZ staff. She explained the concrete relationship between performance indicators as well as the meaning of outcome and output as bases of performance evaluation. She cited helpful and actual examples and situations for the benefit of the participants.

 

Bai Ashura Hanok of PFEZ also discussed the work and financial plan of PFEZ. She explained the different aspects of the plans in her respective agency. She clarified certain matters pertaining to the work and financial realities in PFEZ. The problems were shown and methods of resolutions were offered.       

 

Then, there were series of information-rich and active Question and Answer exchanges. Most questions were centred on the concepts, causes and effects of performance indicators vis-à-vis outcomes. The characteristics of these parameters were analysed. There were illustrations on their theoretical background, nature, impact, and essence that are essential to be translated into BARMM regional performance.    

 

During the afternoon session, on one hand, PFEZ employees underwent serious brainstorming activities to generate useful and fruitful ideas. They squarely and carefully studied their present and future monthly, quarterly and annual work and financial plan. They identified realistic operational problems then and now existing and proposed promising solutions to address them. In fact, as a result, they touched a significant portion of PFEZ’s Major Final Output. Definitely, the same has been a working progress.

 

On the other hand, BEZA staff revisited the agency’s current state of work and financial plan. They brought up specific concerns that hamper BEZA’s operation. As such, they also went through BEZA’s Major Final Output. The same has also been a working progress.