A Barangay is considered as the smallest unit of the government in the Philippines. It performs the initial operations such as formation and employing of programs, activities, policies and other that involved the community. As the Philippines, population increases, the number of households in each barangay in the country increases. As a result, more and more people are seeking the service of the barangay council as the unit of local government close to people. An increasing number of people mean increasing works for the barangay council members and staff.
Today, population continually upgrades those results into a growing number of labor especially the Barangay Secretary, Barangay Treasurer, and Barangay Clerk. Summarizing the procedures in different barangay such as Barangay Tikay, Barangay Dakila, and Barangay Mojon in Malolos City, and Barangay Sta. Monica in Hagonoy, Barangay Panducot in Calumpit and Barangay Malhacan in Meycauayan requiring immediate response to this scenario a possible solution is an efficient and effective Management Information System. The development of a Barangay Office Management System enables the user to manage and print barangay citizen’s request and financial records and reports such as: Payroll for honoraria and allowance, Disbursement voucher, Account’s Advice, Purchase orders, Purchase Receipt, Reimbursement Expense Receipt, Inspection Report, Acceptance Report, Liquidation Report, Accomplishment Report, Requisition and Issue Slip, Summary of Cash Payments, Summary of Checks Issued, Summary of Paid Petty Cash Vouchers, Summary of Collections, Budget Information, Census, Barangay Cases, Barangay Certificates, Barangay Clearance, Barangay Indigency, Barangay Bonifide, Barangay Recommendation, Barangay Permits, Occupancy Permit, Building Permit, Business Permit, Billboard/Tarpaulin Permit and Excavation Permit. Regarding the development tools needed the researchers utilized PyDev Eclipse Version 2.2.4 for the Programming Language and MS SQL 2008 for the database.