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MGB R0II spearheads learning event on SPMS

The DENR SPMS gives emphasis on the strategic alignment of the Department’s thrust with the day-to-day operations of its units and line agencies. The learning event was conducted by Performance Management Team of MGB R0II headed by Engr. Rommel L. Amogan. 

Dubbed as “ Learning Event on DENR Strategic Performance Management System”,The Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II spearheaded a three-day lecture to MGB employees on July 12-14, 2016 at MGB Conference Hall.

The DENR SPMS gives emphasis on the strategic alignment of the Department’s thrust with the day-to-day operations of its units and line agencies. The learning event was conducted by Performance Management Team of MGB R0II headed by Engr. Rommel L. Amogan.

 “This event is important to us since this will enlighten us on SPMS that will be our basis in assessing our performance as a bureau and as employee of the government,” RD Mario Ancheta said during the lecture.

Rating of Office Performance Commitment and Review (OPCR), Division Performance Commitment and Review (DPCR) and Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR) shall be in terms of Quantity (Q1), Quality (Q2), and Timeliness (T1).

“The OPCR, DPCR and ICPR shall be based on the commitments and accomplishments of the employees, divisions and the agency”, said Erlinda F. Catabay, OIC Chief, Finance and Administrative Division.


Fixed targets such as Annual Procurement Plan (APP), Work and Financial Plans, liquidation of cash advances, documents acted upon, and citizen charter are rated in terms of quality and timeliness.

Rating shall be rounded off to 3 decimal places and shall use a whole number rating from 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest.

RD Ancheta in his closing message said, “ let this be  a venue for us to clarify all blurry discussions on SPMS that haunt us every semester.”

“The  SPMS was initially implemented on the fourth quarter of 2014 and was fully operationalized in 2015,” said Ms. Catabay. #LRB