The enactment of R.A. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, greatly accelerated this on-going organizational development into what the municipal government bureaucracy is today. The Code, which mandated the devolution of certain national government functions, authority and responsibility, together with their corresponding personnel complement, brought the number of departments/offices/divisions of the local bureaucracy into 24. These are presented in the table below.
The Municipal Government of Pinamalayan has a total workforce of 491 employees broken down to 182 regular employees, 310 job orders and 5 contract of service. Of the 188 regular personnel, about 171 hold permanent positions, 12 are elective officials, 1 is temporary and 4 are co-terminus with the Mayor or Vice Mayor. As to position level excluding the job orders and contract of service, 111 hold First Level positions while 77 hold Second Level positions. The Municipal Health Office has the most number of regular employees while the Special Concerns Division has the lowest. On the other hand, the Municipal Mayor’s Office has the biggest personnel complement of job orders while Human Resource Management Office has the lowest.
For the year 2020, Pinamalayan had a total income of 320,064,552.17 pesos ahead of the estimated annual income by more than 4 percent. Table below also shows that Business Tax topped the main sources of local income followed by Permit Fees and revenues from Economic Enterprises (Market and Slaughterhouse). The subsequent tables show Pinamalayan total revenues by sources, income for the last five years and expenditure for the last five years.
There are a total of 101 ordinances and 1,006 resolutions approved for the last three years. Most of the legislative outputs are appropriations, and ordinances and legal matters. Further details are shown in the table below.
To address other priority concerns of the municipal government, the following local special bodies were also created in year 2020 to take the lead role in coordinating delivery of sector-specific services.
The Sangguniang Bayan have accredited three (3) Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and People’s Organizations (POs) in 2020 while 33 were accredited in 2019. Table below further shows the complete details of the accredited NGOs, CSOs and POs.