Full Disclosure Policy

Full Disclosure Policy is a government policy that requires local governments to fully disclose particular financial transactions to keep their constituents informed on how the budget is managed, disbursed and used. Section 352 of the Local Government Code requires “posting within 30 days from end of each fiscal year in at least three publicly accessible and conspicuous places in the local government unit, a summary of all revenues collected and funds received, including the appropriations and disbursements of such funds during the preceding fiscal year.” Memorandum Circular 2010-83 from the Department of Interior and Local Government reiterated that policy, and required governors and mayors to post in conspicuous places within public buildings in the locality, in print, or in their websites documents like the annual budget, statement of cash flows and statement of debt service.

Budget Reports

Procurement Reports

Special Purpose Fund Reports