It seems that teachers who have been waiting for the release of their Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) have been waiting for nothing as the Department of Education (DepEd) failed to comply with the requirements for PBB release.
The DepEd was one of the agencies which has failed to submit requirements for the PBB release as reflected in the recently released list of government agencies and executive offices who have submitted complete and incomplete requirements, and those who have no submission at all as of March 13, 2013.
Aside from the DepEd, the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC), National Security Council (NSC), and National Telecommunications Commissions (NTC) have also failed to submit requirements.
So, is your Department missing from the released list? The DBM urges employees to encourage their officials to fulfill all PBB requirements.
The Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) system is a merit-based incentive program that recognizes and rewards exemplary performance in government. Launched by the Aquino administration in 2012, the PBB ultimately aims to improve the delivery of goods and services to all Filipinos, as well as institute a culture of excellence in public service across the bureaucracy.
A department must achieve 90% of set targets to qualify for PBB. An agency determines its own targets which are of two kinds – priority programs and major final outputs. Further, an agency must meet all four (4) Good Governance requirements set by Inter-Agency Task Force and submit all compliance reports.
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