Gapan City Hall
KM 92, Maharlika Hi-way, Bayanihan, Gapan CityNueva Ecija, Philippines
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course
for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Department of Management, Accountancy, Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies Institute of Higher Studies
College of the Immaculate Conception
Mrs. Brijida Charizma A. Navarro
Izarah Sebastian De Jesus
Second Semester, SY 2012-2013
Table of Contents
First and foremost, I would like to say thank you to my adviser Mrs. Charizma Brijida A. Navarro for valuable guidance and advice. She inspired us greatly to work with this On-the-Job Training. I wish to express my gratitude to Mr. Eduardo H. Almera, the City Administrator of Gapan City Hall for giving us opportunity to handle different task in our designated department with trust. Also I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Ronic Delos Santos, Department Head of Information Technology in Gapan City Hall for giving me his trust to give my best in terms of doing my job. I would also like to gratefully acknowledge all my co-worker who shows me kindness and generosity. And above all the God Almighty who had given me strength as I undergo in my OJT.
According to old records, Gapan was formerly called Ibon. But later on, the Spaniards called it “Gapang”. The Spanish soldiers saw natives crawling on the bushes and asked them what the name of the locality was. The natives thought the Spaniards were asking what they were doing and answered “gumagapang gapang kami”. The Spaniards thereafter named the area as “Pueblo Gapang”. Gapan was established as a town by the Spaniards in 1595, making it the oldest town in the province of Nueva Ecija. The town’s boundary included Cabanatuan in the north; San Miguel, Bulacan in the south; Candaba, Pampanga in the west and the Sierra Madres in the east. There are twenty three (23) barangays comprising the city with a total land area of 18,568 hectares. Barangay Macabaklay has the biggest land area with 4,506 hectares. Gapan is 96 kilometers away from Manila; 19 kilometers away from Cabanatuan and 45 kilometers away from San Fernando, Pampanga.
Figure 1. Logo of Gapan City Hall
Vision and Mission
Gapan to be a highly AGRO-INDUSTRIALIZED CITY where the
people have high respect to humanity and to environment.
To push forward and intensify the economic, social, cultural and political well-being of the people of Gapan through active participation to local governance. Core Values
The core values are service, trust, relationship, integrity, value people and excellence. General Objective
The general objective of the City Hall of Gapan is to serve people and do an excellent service for a better community. Management
Currently the City Administrator is Mr. Eduardo H. Almera who ensures all policies and programs laid down by the City Mayor implemented by the various departments/offices. As the Local Chief Executive (Mayor), Hon. Christian U. Tinio provides leadership, guidance and direction to the different departments and offices under the Office of the Mayor. City Vice Mayor, Mr. Rodel Matias is the Presiding Officer of the Sangguniang Panglungsod.
Hon. Christian U. Tinio
Hon. Rodel T. Matias
(City Vice Mayor)
Mr. Crisanto V. Velayo II
Mr. Marcelino D.L. Alvarez
Mrs. Gemma C. Pangilinan
Mr. Eliser R. Padiernos
Mr. Inocencio T. Bautista
Mr. Manuel S.J. Bautista
Mrs. Urbana M. Ancheta
Mr. Danilo A. de Guzman
Mr. Diomedes J. Matias
Hon. Christian U. Tinio...
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