In this article, we try to compile 2016 PBB Ranking lists for the Performance-Based Bonus for Teachers (PBB) on selected locations to inform our fellow teachers.
To enlarge and see the ranking lists, just click on the images. Some PBB update images are too many so we compile them and convert them into PDF format which are then viewable and downloadable via Dropbox.
For future PBB updates on PBB Rankings in your location, please check this article from time to time.
Also, if you already have a list in your location, or any PBB update, it would be a big help for us if you could send us a copy via our Facebook page – DepEd Teachers’ Club or you could email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we could inform other teachers too on their school’s rank.
Also, to give you some background on the PBB Ranking guidelines, we have provided an excerpt of DepEd Order No. 56 Series of 2016 – Guidelines on the Grant of Performance-based Bonus for the Department of Education Employees and Officials
PBB Update: PBB Ranking 2016 | Performance Based Bonus for Teachers
PBB UPDATE: January 14, 2017.
This PBB Ranking list update is for Region 8 Elementary and Secondary Schools. According to John Alidon of DepEd Eastern Samar Human Resource, these ranking for Elementary and Secondary Schools is still subject for validation and finalization of the Central Office. The Amount may be changed depending on the Result of the Final Ranking. Please see the uploaded pdf files for the ranking of schools in Region 8.
PBB UPDATE: January 8, 2017.
This PBB Ranking list update is for Region 9 Elementary and Secondary Schools. We have also received a picture for the ranking list for Region 1 – Division of Ilocos Sur. We apologize for the incomplete list. We have requested our contributor to send us the complete lists.
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region 9
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region 1 – Division of Ilocos Sur
PBB UPDATE: January 4, 2017.
We apologize for the cropped copies. We have requested our sources for the uncropped copies. We aim to complete all the ranking of schools soon. Though we are still waiting for the final lists since some regions doesn’t have completed the needed documents yet.
Credits to our Contributors.
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region VII – Division of Cebu City
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region V – Division of Camarines Norte
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region III – Division of Meycauayan (Elementary Schools)
PBB Ranking 2016 | Region III – Division of Meycauayan (Secondary Schools)
PBB Ranking 2016 | NCR – Division of Malabon
PBB UPDATE: December 27, 2016.
PBB STATUS: from DepEd Philippines:
“Here’s the status of PBB release, as of 3:00 p.m., December 27, 2016:
Regions NCR, 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 11, 12, CARAGA, and CAR – started to release the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB).
Regions I, III, IX, and X – memo on the processing of SARO/NCA was already signed and will be forwarded to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Regional Offices within the day.
Regions II, VII, and VIII – still waiting for the submission of their signed form 1.0.”
FULL Article from DepEd Website:
PASIG CITY, December 27, 2016 – Five days after the Department of Education (DepEd) issued a memorandum instructing its field offices to promptly prepare the payroll for the performance-based bonus (PBB), nine regions have started to release the incentive as of December 27 at 3:00 p.m.
School-based personnel in Regions 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 11, 12, CARAGA, Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), and National Capital Region (NCR) will be among the first to receive the PBB for Fiscal Year 2015 before 2016 draws to a close, allaying speculations that teachers will not be able to receive their well-earned year-end bonus.
Meanwhile, a memorandum on the processing of Special Allotment Release Order and Notice of Cash Allocation (SARO-NCA) in Regions 1, 3, 9, and 10 was already signed by Dir. Ryan Lita of the Department of Budget and Management’s Organization, Position Classification and Compensation Bureau (DBM-OPCCB).
The signed memo was scheduled to be forwarded to DBM Regional Offices (ROs) within the same day.
The Department also called on Regions 2, 7, and 8 to immediately submit their signed Form 1.0, or the Report on Ranking of Bureaus/Offices/Delivery Units, to likewise speed up the processing of their PBB.
PBB UPDATE: December 23, 2016.
PBB Ranking 2016 | REGION IV-B, MIMAROPA
- We apologize for the cropped copy. We have contacted our source and requested for the full copy. We hope for your understanding.
- Credits to:Mr. Wilberto Villadares
PBB STATUS UPDATE: December 22, 2016.
PBB is NOW in the Phase of Release.
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.
The DBM is currently processing the payment of PBB for other regions.
Last December 21, 2016, the Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Philippines posted in their Facebook page a Memorandum from the Department of Education – Central Office, dated December 16, 2016.
This Memorandum is directed to the regional offices of
Regions 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 11, 12, CARAGA, CAR, NCR
which is about the “Release of the Performance-based Bonus (PBB) for Year 2015.”
The memo states the following:
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
- Rehabilitation Leave
- Maternity Leave and/or Patemity Leave
- Vacation or Sick Leave with or without pay
- Scholarship/Study Leave
- Sabbatical Leave
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.
PBB UPDATE: December 21, 2016.
The following links are viewable and downloadable from Dropbox. These are direct view and download links. Just select your division to view. If you want to download, read here if you don’t see the download link when you click on the link: How to Download
PBB Ranking 2016 | REGION – VI – SECONDARY
PBB Ranking 2016 | REGION – VI – ELEMENTARY
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-AKLAN DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-ANTIQUE DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-BACOLOD DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-BAGO CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-CADIZ CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-CAPIZ DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-ESCALANTE CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-GUIMARAS DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-ILOILO CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-ILOILO PROVINCE DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-KABANKALAN CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-LA CARLOTA CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-NEGROS OCCIDENTAL DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-PASSI CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-ROXAS CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-SAGAY CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-SAN CARLOS CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
- DEPED PBB-REGION VI-SILAY CITY DIVISION (ELEMENTARY)
PBB Ranking 2016 | Rizal High Schools
- Still incomplete. Credits to: Felman Rendol Guimary
PBB Update 2016 | CALABARZON
- Notice of Transfer of Allocation. Credits to: Shella Mangabat
PBB UPDATE: December 19, 2016
PBB Ranking 2016 | QuezonCity Elementary Schools
PBB UPDATE: December 16, 2016
PBB Ranking 2016 | National Capital Region (NCR) High Schools
PBB Ranking 2016 | Manila Elementary Schools
DepEd Order No. 56 Series of 2016 – Guidelines on the Grant of Performance-based Bonus for the Department of Education Employees and Officials
Definition of Terms:
Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) is a top-up bonus ranging from PhP 5,000 to PhP 35,000, which shall be granted to government personnel in accordance with their contribution to the accomplishment of the department’s overall targets and commitments
Ranking refers to the process by which the performance category of delivery units and personnel is determined based on the conduct of performance review and evaluation as stipulated in this Order.
Executive Order (EO) No. 80, s. 2012 directs the adoption of the Performance-Based Incentive System (PBIS) for government employees, consisting of the Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) and the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB). It is based on the principle that service delivery by the bureaucracy can be improved by linking personnel incentives to the bureau or delivery unit’s performance and by recognizing and rewarding exemplary performance to foster teamwork and meritocracy.
The grant of the PBB in DepEd aims to motivate higher performance and greater accountability and to ensure the achievement of education targets and commitments under the five (5) Key Result Areas (KRAs) laid down in EO No. 43, s. 2011 and the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2011-2016. It ultimately seeks to give monetary incentive to each personnel based on his/her performance in achieving the expected outputs of his/her function.
In view of the above, this Order aims to establish a PBB system by which the performance of delivery units and personnel within DepEd are evaluated and incentivized in a verifiable, credible, and standardized process.
Performance Review and Evaluation of Delivery Units
For each organization level, specific performance indicators are identified based on the revised Organizational Performance Indicator Framework (OPIF) and MFOs in determining the performance category for the delivery units.
School Level Ranking
All schools shall be measured and ranked based on the following indicators:
- Office Performance Commitment and Review Form (OPCRF) overall score
- % of learners who scored average and better in LAPG, NAT or its equivalent in SY 2014-15
- Simple dropout rate in SY 2014-15; and
- % of liquidation of school MOOE from January 1 to December 31, 2015 and timeliness of submission of liquidation reports as of the 5th working day of the succeeding month
- Additional points shall be given to schools that have shown improvements in the indicators as compared to the previous year’s performance:
- % of learners who scored average and better in LAPG, NAT or its equivalent in SY 2014-15
- Simple dropout rate in SY 2014-15
Schools that have demonstrated exceptional performance in terms of initiative, innovation, leadership, creativity, recognition, and uniqueness shall receive a plus point on top their total score from the above cited indicators. The following criteria shall be observed.
- The school is awarded as Best Implementor of Brigada Eskwela in the national level in SY 2014-15
- The school is a recipient of national awards/recognitions in SY 2014- 15 from award-giving bodies duly recognized by DepEd.
The total accumulated scores from all the indicators and the plus factor shall be ranked from highest to lowest. Based on this ranking, the performance category of each school shall be determined. In case of a tie, schools with the same total scores will be ranked based on the following criteria, in this order, until the tie is broken:
- OPCRF overall score
- % of learners who scored average and better in NAT or its equivalent in SY 2014-15
- Simple dropout rate in SY 2014-15
- % liquidation of school MOOE from January 1 to December 31, 2015 (or whichever data used in this category)
- Timeliness of monthly submission of liquidation reports as of the 5th working day of the succeeding month
- Percentage increase from the previous year’s performance in the % of learners who scored average or better in NAT or its equivalent; except that priority shall be given to school/s with current year’s performance of 80% and above
- Percentage decrease from previous year’s simple dropout rate; except that priority shall be given to school/s with current year’s dropout rate of 1% and below
If after the above cited criteria have been considered and there is still a tie, all schools with equal total scores will be moved to the next performance category.
There will be no individual forced ranking at the school level. Thus, the performance category of the school shall determine the amount of incentive that each employee will receive. An alternative categorization for schools as illustrated below shall be used.
However, if the Department meets at least 90% of each one of the FY 2015 targets of the Secretary as reflected in the OP Planning Tool Form 1 in addition to the criteria in provision no. 9, delivery units shall be ranked according to the following performance categories:
For the complete Guidelines on granting of the Performance based bonus for teachers, you can download it here.