Performance Based Bonus (PBB) for Teachers Batches by Region
NCR, Regions IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, XI, XII, CAR, CARAGA.
Regions I, II, III, IX, X, VII, at VIII.
PBB is now in the phase of release.
Please read or download attached memo for more info.
Department of Education (DepEd) school-based personnel in Regions 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 11, 12, Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), CARAGA and National Capital Region (NCR) are slated to receive their performance-based bonus (PBB) for Fiscal Year 2015 in the coming days.
This is following a memorandum issued by DepEd Planning Service and Field Operations Undersecretary Jesus Mateo mandating field offices to immediately prepare the payroll on the basis of the ranking reports approved by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM). To reinforce transparency, public posting of the ranking reports is also encouraged.
Meanwhile, the budget department is still processing the payment of the PBB for other regions.
Please be informed that the PBB is now in the phase of release. The Department of Budget and Management Regional Offices (DBM-RO) will be coordinating with your respective offices with regard to the issuance of the Special Allotment Release order (SARO).
In this regard, you are directed to immediately prepare the payroll on the basis of the attached DBM-approved ranking reports. The same ranking reports should be found attached to the SARO. Public posting of the same for transparency purposes is highly encouraged.
In the preparation of the payroll and payment of PBB, please be reminded to adhere to Section 6(a-h) under Coverage of DepEd Order (DO) No. 56, s. 2016, “Guidelines on the Grant of Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) for the Department of Education (DepEd) Employees and officials for Fiscal Year 2015.” In particular, this is to reiterate Section 12(c), which states that,
Enployees who rendered a minimum of three (3) months but less than nine (9) months of service and with the required performance rating shall be eligible for the grant of PBB on a pro-rata basis. The PBB of employees shall pro rated corresponding to the actual length of service rendered, as follows:
The following are the valid reasons for an employee volto may not meet the nine- month actual service requirement to be considered for PBB on a pro-rata basis:
Being a newly hired employee
Maternity Leave and/or Patemity Leave
Vacation or Sick Leave with or without pay
An employee who is on vacation or sick leave, with or without pay for the entire year is not eligible to the grant of the PBB.
Further, Section 6(f) of DO 56 states that “[officials and employees who failed to liquidate Cash Advances received in FY 2015 within the reglementary period as required by the Commission on Audit (COA) shall not be entitled to the FY 2015 PBB.
Regional Offices are hereby instructed to submit a consolidated disbursement report to the PBB Secretariat one week upon release of the PBB.
For further queries/clarifications, please contact Ms. Jen Wagan at telephone numbers (02) 636-6546 or email@example.com.
Strict and immediate compliance to this memorandum is desired.
Based on this memo, which was disseminated last December 16, 2016, our PBB’s should be available soon. If what date, it all depends how fast our regional and division offices process our PBBs.
Here is the actual copy of the Memorandum from the Department of Education. Just click on the image to enlarge.