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The quick count contains the performance of programs/projects enrolled under the RPMES. View the CAPSULE REPORT for a summary of CAR's Performance for the quarter.

Status as of December 31, 2021

fourth Quarter 2021 RPMES Capsule Report

The Regional Project Monitoring and Evaluation System (RPMES) Report presents the overall status of enrolled government programs and projects in CY 2021, including carryover projects from CY 2017 to CY 2020. The report covers programs and projects from 9 regional line agencies and the special project on the Social Preparation of CAR into an Autonomous Region (SPCAR). A total of 1,017 projects with an aggregate cost of ₱22.70 Billion were monitored under the system.

The Infrastructure Sector had the biggest total cost of ₱11.80 Billion for 138 projects. The Economic Sector has the second highest allocation amounting to ₱8.78 Billion for 566 projects. The Social Sector was allocated ₱ 2.13 Billion for its 297 projects. The SPCAR has 16 projects amounting to ₱9.70 Million. As of December 31, 2021, a total of 679 projects were completed bringing the overall accomplishment rate to 84.41

percent.

Based on the sectoral accomplishments, the economic sector posted the highest overall accomplishment of 91.85 percent. This is attributed to the completion of 68 projects under the DOST, DA, NIA, DENR, and convergence projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) such as the 1) Tourism Road Improvement Project (TRIP), 2) Roads Leveraging Linkages for Industry and Trade (ROLLIT), and the 3) Farm-to-Market Roads (FMR) also contributed to the accomplishment of the sector. The social sector recorded an overall accomplishment of 81.72 percent with the completion of KALAHI projects, and School Building Projects (SBP) under the Basic Education Facilities Fund (BEFF). The SBP under the BEFF is a DEPED-DPWH convergence project. The infrastructure sector posted the lowest overall accomplishment of 79.36 percent with the completion of 25 projects under DPWH’s 2019 Regular Infrastructure.

As the fourth quarter ended, the number and cost of delayed projects decreased compared to the third quarter with 69 delayed projects costing ₱2.60 Billion. Most of these delayed projects are DPWH regular infrastructure projects and farm to market roads. This year’s fourth quarter overall physical accomplishment of 84.41 percent is higher than the 69.51 percent overall accomplishment during the same quarter in CY 2020 because of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

Of the 69 flagged projects, 28 projects with a total cost of ₱1.10 billion are under the early warning stage. Ten projects were tagged under the ICU stage with an aggregate cost of ₱284.00 Million, and 31 projects with a cost of ₱ 1.3 Billion are under the terminal stage. The DPWH had the highest number of delayed projects with 41 projects under their regular infrastructure and convergence projects namely: ROLLIT, TRIP, BEFF, HFEP and FMR. The main reasons for the delay in project implementation are: 1) adverse/inclement weather conditions; 2) poor performance of contractor, mostly from lack of manpower and equipment, and 3) Road Right of Way (RROW).

On 17 December 2021, the Regional Project Monitoring Committee (RPMC) conducted a project inspection with problem solving session (PSS) of the Fort del Pilar Perimeter Fence Project located in Loakan Road, Baguio City to facilitate resolution of the project delay resulting from boundary conflict issues from ancestral claims in the military reservation. A follow-up PSS on December 27, 2021 with the DENR, PMA, NCIP, DPWH, and the RPMC resulted in an agreement that the implementation of the Fort Del Pilar Perimeter Fence project will resume along the 6.025 km not affected by boundary conflict.