Cagayan State University

UPDO holds orientation on 2015 PBB guidelines

By the UPDO-MIS Staff

Posted on September 14, 2015

In time with the commencement of the 2015 Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) cycle, an orientation-meeting was conducted by the University Planning and Development Office (UPDO) of Cagayan State University on Sept. 10 at Andrews Campus.

More than 50 participants composed of the vice presidents, campus executive officers, and other university and campus officials gathered at Andrews Conference Room to listen to the presentations prepared by the UPDO led by the University’s PBB Focal Person Mr. Ian Roger M. Francisco.

The activity started with a simple program with Atty. Honorato M. Carag, chair of the university performance management committee, delivering the opening message.

Then, Mr. Francisco was called in to present the guidelines of the 2015 PBB.

He underscored the new features of the PBB for this year and deadlines that the university should meet in order to be eligible for the grant of the bonus.

Mr. Francisco explained in detail the eligibility qualifications CSU should meet in its performance targets along major final outputs (MFOs), support to operations (STO), general administration and support services (GASS) and good governance conditions (GGC).

An open discussion followed Mr. Francisco’s presentation.

Mrs. Rachel Miguel, PBB spokesperson and emcee of the program, spoke next. She led the participants for the finalization and confirmation of the performance commitments of each of the campuses in 2015 along the performance indicators (PIs) in MFOs, STO, and GASS.

The discussion on the commitments was deferred upon motion from the participants that the PIs appearing in the General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2015 should first be explained particularly about how it is computed and reported.

With this, Ms. Miguel called in Engr. Jackielou L. Zinampan, PBB Encoder, to present the PIs along MFOs, STO, and GASS and clarify how they are computed and reported by the campuses and how are they reported to the AO25 Secretariat.

Engr. Zinampan entertained questions as she went on her presentation.

In the afternoon, the participants finalized the 2015 Performance Targets of each of the campuses after thorough deliberations presided over by Atty. Carag.

The final and complete Campus Performance Targets for 2015, which was signed and approved by the CEOs, Vice Presidents and Atty. Carag after the meeting was adjourned, can be read using this link.

The group set another meeting on Sept. 25 at Aparri Campus to review the guidelines used by the university to rank its delivery units and employees and the questionnaire adopted for the STO survey.

On the same meeting, the performance targets of the eight campuses will also be taken up.