BAGUIO CITY – The General Services Office (GSO) has established the transfer station of garbage at the Dairy Farm along Marcos Highway to facilitate the disposal of the city’s residual garbage in coordination with the Departments of Environment and Natural Resources and Agriculture including the City Engineers Office.
This was reported by GSO Officer-In-Charge Eugene Buyucan in Monday’s flag-raising rites at City Hall before officials and employees headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan.
“As of this date, we (GSO) have successfully implemented the city’s garbage collection with a passing mark including during the Panagbenga activity. This is the product of our field garbage collectors who have exerted their best efforts to handle the city’s ever-increasing garbage,” he revealed.
In 2017, he said the GSO has received 3,341 purchase requests that were all deliberated in the Bids and Awards Committee and prepared 2,354 purchase orders . His office has also prepared 2,018 disbursement vouchers as payment for supplies and services delivered last year.
Buyucan said that in collaboration with the City Budget Office thru its Management Information and Technical Division, the GSO has come up with the Electronic Procurement and Information System that incorporated computerized mechanisms to hasten the office’s procurement process by providing standards and uniformity of supplies.
He said the GSO has also successfully patented land titles in favor of the city with 11 on process and seven titles for city parks, among other accomplishments.
By: Gaby Keith