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On July 10, 2018 the Building and Occupancy Permit One-Stop Shop (BPOSS) Technical Working Group led by Engr. Alberto P. Jimenez, Jr. and Engr. Rex G. Bundac conducted an assessment after the one week dry-run of the BPOSS Process that started in July 2, 2018.  The team looked into the workflow as permit applications enter the BPOS area and in terms of duplication;  the workload or congestion within the process, re-assignment of personnel by looking into their competency and willingness to expand their responsibilities, collaboration between departments, operating budget to implement the proposed physical layout.

The assessment provided information in identifying solutions.  According to Architect Honesto Teves, the dryrun “signals the change in the process.”  Engr. Jimenez further emphasized that he wanted to see "the new system in operation" and that "everyone should already do their part".  One of the immediate recommendation was to orient the frontline personnel on the new JMC procedures on July 13, 2018, finalized the initial action plan for the OBO team with key focals assigned for information dissemination and promotions, supervise the streamlined process implementation, records and archiving and the preparation of design and contract for the new lay-out. One of the key challenge is the co-location of the BFP given their limited staff.

On July 10, 2018 the Building and Occupancy Permit One-Stop Shop (BPOSS) Technical Working Group led by Engr. Alberto P. Jimenez, Jr. and Engr. Rex G. Bundac conducted an assessment after the one week dry-run of the BPOSS Process that started in July 2, 2018.  The team looked into the workflow as permit applications enter the BPOS area and in terms of duplication;  the workload or congestion within the process, re-assignment of personnel by looking into their competency and willingness to expand their responsibilities, collaboration between departments, operating budget to implement the proposed physical layout.

The assessment provided information in identifying solutions.  According to Architect Honesto Teves, the dryrun “signals the change in the process.”  Engr. Jimenez further emphasized that he wanted to see "the new system in operation" and that "everyone should already do their part".  One of the immediate recommendation was to orient the frontline personnel on the new JMC procedures on July 13, 2018, finalized the initial action plan for the OBO team with key focals assigned for information dissemination and promotions, supervise the streamlined process implementation, records and archiving and the preparation of design and contract for the new lay-out. One of the key challenge is the co-location of the BFP given their limited staff.