CDP (Comprehensive Development Plan)
Section 106 of the Local Government Code of 1991 mandates each local government unit to prepare a comprehensive multi-sectoral development plan to be initiated by its local development council and approved by its sanggunian. Pursuant thereto, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has developed the Guide to Comprehensive Plan (CDP) for Local Government Units.
The CDP Guide puts into operation the concepts and processes enunciated in the rationalized local planning system and JMC No. 001, S. 2007 on harmonization of local planning, investment programming, budgeting and revenue administration. As a reference, the CDP Guide offers procedures, tools and techniques along each step of the comprehensive development planning process and is represented in four major parts with corresponding chapter detailing each part.
Hence, the DILG issued a Memorandum Circular No. 2008-156 dated October 22, 2008 on the Guide to Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) Preparation for Local Government Units.
RATIONALIZED PLANNING SYSTEM
- INTRODUCTION.pdf (298,8 kB
- PRELIMINARY PAGES.pdf (133,7 kB)
- Part I - GETTING STARTED
- Part II - PREPARING THE PLAN
- Part III - IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN
- Part IV - Monitoring and Evaluation
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