By JACK C. GADAINGAN
NAVAL, Biliran — To enhance revenue generation, the provincial government, and five of this province’s component municipalities are into full computerization and interconnectivity on the real property tax system.
This developed after the first release of P24 million from an P80-million loan package from the Department of Finance’s Program Lending (Prolend) that paves the way for the initial stages of implementation, including training of computer encoders and operators who are the end-users of the computerization and interconnectivity system.
Trained for five days at the Biliran Provincial Information Technology Learning Center (BPITLC) were two personnel each of the Office of Municipal Assessor, Office of Municipal Accountant, and Municipal Treasurer’s Offices of the municipalities that opted to be interconnected with the provincial government’s taxation system.
These towns are Almeria, Kawayan, Cabucgayan, Culaba, and Biliran.
But due to partisan politics, the towns of Naval, Caibiran, and Maripipi declined to be included in this computerization and interconnectivity program which is cost-free.
Biliran Gov. Rogelio Roger J. Espina said the computerization program will transform the province and its component municipalities into electronic local government units (e-LGUs), and establish an accurate and transparent scheme on real property and business tax sharing between the province and the towns.
siguraduha lang nya gov. ma modagan ang i install na software kay murag dili kini prepare pa nga inter connnect ang 5 toens sa biliran. tingali nag dali ka lang sa S O P nimo nga madawat apan alaot ang mga katawhan sa probensya sa biliran. dili ana kadala governor dili kana madala ug usa lang ka tuig nga pagtrabaho gov. pero kung pera pera lang yan madali lang . to alll bilranons ato napud kini bantayan nga programa kay sa ako panan aw dili kini mahipuslan sa mga nag bayad ug buwis sa entero nga biliran. dakung kawat napud kini .