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UPDATED TABLE OF REFERENCE FOR FY 2021

Updated February 2021

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VISION

A globally recognized University upholding excellence amidst rich cultural heritage.

MISSION

Produce employable graduates who are morally upright, socially and culturally responsible professionals through quality, relevant, and innovative instruction, research, extension, and resource generation.

CORE VALUES:

1. Excellence—IFSU’s strong commitment to achieve superior quality outputs and services in the areas of instruction, research, extension, resource generation, and administration

2. Faith—IFSU’s strong belief and faith that there is GOD Almighty who guides the University in all its undertakings and endeavors. This also mirrors the University’s community members’ trust and confidence for each other toward harmonious living.

3. Integrity—IFSU’s adherence to moral and ethical values; conformity to principle-driven service in the pursuit of the University vision, mission and goals.

4. Service—IFSU’s recognition that the essence of its existence is to serve its clienteles and stakeholders for the common good.

5. Creativity—IFSU’s commitment to create and nurture a teaching and learning environment that encourages innovation, dynamism and resourcefulness in the pursuit to be globally recognized amidst rich cultural heritage. This includes provision of opportunities for critical thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration.

6. Cultural-sensitivity—IFSU’s commitment to preserve the rich cultural heritage of the province and the region.

GOALS

Goal 1 - Academic Excellence Objectives:

1. To assure the quality of programs to achieve 71% - 100% accredited programs.

2. To ensure effective student lifecycle management and career development to achieve 50% of graduates that are employed (2 years prior)

3. To provide unique and lifelong learning experience in the entire student life cycle to attain 70% passing rate of fist-time takers in board examinations.

4. To integrate internalization perspective towards global connectedness to increase the number of international students by 5% and international partners by 5%.

5. To strengthen student welfare services for a successful academic formation of students with 90% students who rate services as satisfactory or higher.

6. To intensify conservation of the rich cultural heritage in the academic programs integrating IKSP in related courses and establishment of an IKSP center.

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Goal 2 - Strong research leadership and culture Objectives:

1. To establish a strong brand and strengthen image building of IFSU as a research leader in the academic sector achieving a total of 29 research outputs in the last three years utilized by the industry or by other beneficiaries.

2. To intensify conduct of research and dissemination of RD outputs to increase percentage of faculty members who: actively pursue research by 12% every 3 years’ period who produce technologies for commercialization or livelihood improvement by 10%, and whose research work resulted in an extension program by 10%.

3. To intensify conservation of the rich cultural heritage.

Goal 3 - Sustainable extension and community Engagement Objectives:

1. To package and transfer knowledge and technologies relevant to the needs of clientele achieving a 95% satisfaction rating from clients of extension services.

2. To create a widely shared organizational culture that encourages, promotes, and rewards extension and community engagements with 30 of faculty and 100 of students as volunteers annually.

3. To establish/strengthen/sustain linkages with LGUs, industries, and other organizations/stakeholders for resource sharing, extension program, and service complementation with increased number of active partnership by 20%.

Goal 4 - Excellent public service and good governance Objectives:

1. To ensure efficient, transparent, and accountable delivery of administrative services with 95% client satisfaction rating in all Administrative offices and achieve the Good Governance Conditions requirements set by the Inter-Agency Task Force per A.O. 25.

2. To forge strong network system and resource-sharing through collaborative activities conducted regularly.

3. To strengthen the university’s local and international visibility.

4. To enhance efficiency in resource generation and mobilization to increase the percentage of the total net income by 10% in 2019 and 20% annually from 2020.

5. To upgrade the competence and capabilities of human resources achieving 15% permanent faculty and staff attending relevant learning and development activity and attaining Level III status in the PRIME-HRM evaluation.

6. To technologize frontline services and other services of the University with an integrated system 100% operational.

7. To ensure a clean, green, safe, and GAD-responsive University environment implementing 100% of relevant government laws and ordinances.

8. To intensify conservation of the rich cultural heritage integrating culture in the administrative and support services.

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TABLE OF REFERENCE FOR

DELIVERY, SERVICE UNITS AND INDIVDUAL EMPLOYEES FOR STRATEGIC PRIORITY AND SUPPORT FUNCTIONS

Effective FY-2021

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TABLE OF REFERENCE

I. INTRODUCTION

This Table of Reference was updated in accordance to the 8-Year Strategic Plan 2019 – 2026 of the University. This is part of the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) of the University. The SPMS of the university follows the Results-based Performance Management System (RBPMS). The RBPMS uses a comprehensive framework that cuts across several performance management levels. It defines various level of achievements from individual then to the bureau and the organizational level.

Through the RBPMS, individual employee can see him/herself in the work plan to achieve societal goal.

As a general rule, this Table of Reference shall be the basis of the performance indicators to be used in the performance target setting for the OPCR and IPCR of units and the employees, respectively.

II. DEFINITION OF TERMS

1.

Strategic Priority Functions (SPF)- 40% are functions identified as strategic priorities of the University as identified in its major goals in Instruction, Research

Development, Extension and Training, Resource Generation, and Administration and Governance. A core and support function may be considered strategic priority function if they are directly affecting the strategic goals of the University.

2.

Core Functions (CF)-40% are functions performed by the DUs and SUs which are inherent in its mandate. For individual employees, core functions are those that

are assigned by virtue of their positions as identified as their duties and responsibilities provided for in their position/designation. Core functions are always in

support of the University’s goals, mission and vision.

3.

Support Functions (SF)-20% are functions performed by the Office/employee in support of the achievement of the goals of the University or other

offices/employees but are not directly identified as its/his core functions. These may be added functions which when not performed may affect the performance of the other office/employee.

For this year, ap pro priate w eight is allocate d per fun ction.

N ote: CSC M e m ora n d u m Circular N o. 6, s. 201 2, p. 7 (G uidelines o n the Establish m e nt of Agen cy SP M S) provides that, “U nless the w ork o utp ut of a particular d uty has bee n assigne d pre-set stan dards b y ma n age m e nt, its stan d ards shall be agree d u p o n by th e su p ervisors an d th e ratees”. Th us, perfor m a n ce stan dards for fu nctions perfor m e d by e m plo yees that are n ot fou n d in this Ta ble of Reference sh all be set an d agree d u p o n by th e sup ervisor an d th e e m ployee.

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6 III. ACRONYMS

1. AACCUP – Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines

2. ACADCO – Academic Council

3. ADCO – Administrative Council

4. AEP – Advanced Education Program

5. APP – Annual Procurement Plan

6. BAC – Bids and Awards Committee

7. BOR – Board of Regent

8. CA – Campus Administrators

9. CAE – College of Advanced Education

10. CHED-COPC – Commission on Higher Education – Certificate of Program Compliance

11. CODETE – College of Open Distance Education and Transnational Education

12. COE/COD - Center of Excellence/Center of Development

13. DAA – Department of Alumni Affairs

14. DAS – Department of Administrative Services

15. DCD – Department of Capacity Development

16. DCPIA – Department of Communication, Public and International Affairs

17. DEPC – Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

18. DET – Department of Extension and Training

19. DFS – Department of Finance Services

20. DFS-BS - Department of Finance Services-Budget Section

21. DGS – Department of General Services

22. DHRD – Department of Human Resources and Development

23. DISD – Department of Infrastructure and Site Development

24. DISD – Department of Infrastructure and Site Development

25. DLS – Department of Library Services

26. DPIM – Department of Planning and Information Management

27. DQuA – Department of Quality Assurance

28. DRAS – Department of Registrar and Admission Services

29. DRD – Department of Research and Development

30. DRRM – Department of Risk Reduction and Management

31. DSCA – Department of Socio-cultural Affairs

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32. DSD – Department of Sports Development

33. DSSD – Department of Student Services and Development

34. DU – Delivery Unit

35. EP – Extension Program

36. GADRRC – Gender and Development, Research Resource Center

37. GASS – General Administration and Support Services

38. GFPS – GAD Focal Point System

39. HDU – Head of Delivery Unit

40. HEP – Higher Education Program

41. HSU – Head of Service Unit

42. IAS – Internal Audit Services

43. IATF – Inter-Agency Task Force

44. ICT – Information and Communication Technology

45. IRT-GIAHS – Ifugao Rice Terraces - Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System

46. KRA – Key Results Area

47. NBC – National Budget Circular

48. OCED – Office of the Campus Executive Director

49. OP – Office President

50. OP-EA – Office of the President – Executive Assistant

51. OUBS – Office of the University and Board Secretary

52. OVPA – Office of the Vice President for Administration

53. OVPAA – Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs

54. OVPPFRG – Office of the Vice President for Planning, Finance and Resource Generation

55. OVPRDET – Office of the Vice President for Research and Development, Extension and Training

56. PPP – Program Performance Profile

57. RP – Research Program

58. STO – Support to Operations

59. SU – Service Unit

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GOAL 1: ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Orga nization al Outco m e:

Relevant an d q uality tertiary ed ucation ens ured to achieve inclusive gro w th an d access of deserving but p o or stu de nts to q u al ity tertiary edu cation increased A dva nce d Ed u cation

KRA & Objective University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 1 Quality

Programs Objective 1. To assure quality of programs

Percentage of u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with accreditation

Percentage of u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with accreditation

O V P A A, OP, OCE D

Perce ntage of u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with accreditation

D Q u A, Colleges

N o. of pro p ose d/

revised p olicies/

guidelines/ PPAs to assure q uality of progra m s N o of policies/

guidelines/ PPAS imple m e nte d to ens ure qu ality of progra m s in the u niv/ca m p us N o. of PP As

co n d ucte d to ens ure q uality of progra ms in the college

Other PIs for e m ployee (Refer to 2 0 1 9 TOR)

V PA A, CEDs

D Q U A, OP perso n nel, CE D

D e ans, Ch airperso ns, Assign e d Faculty Assign e d Faculty Percentage of

u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with C OP C by C HE D

Percentage of u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with C OP C by C HE D

O V P A A, OP, OCE D

Percentage of u n dergra du ate an d grad u ate progra m s grante d with C OP C by C HE D

D Q u A, Colleges

N o. of progra m(s) with C OE/C OD

N o. of progra m(s) with C OE/C OD

O V P A A, OP, OC E D

Percentage of

progra m s gra nted with C O D/C OE

D Q u A, Colleges

N o. of Progra ms Certified a. Regio nal/N ational b. International

N o. of Progra ms Certified

a. Regio nal/N ational

b.

International

O V P A A, OP, OC E D

N o. of Progra ms Certified

a. Regio nal/N ational

b.

International

D Q u A, Colleges

KRA 2 Quality Graduates Objective: To ensure effective student lifecycle management and

Percentage of grad u ates (2 years prior) that are e m ploye d

Percentage of grad u ates (2 years prior) that are e m ploye d

O V P A A, OP, OC E D

Percentage of grad u ates (2 years prior) that are e m ploye d

D A A, Colleges

N o of pro p ose d/

revised p olicies/

guidelines or PPAs to ens ure qu ality of grad u ates lea ding to increase in

e m ploy m e nt rate

V PA A,CE Ds

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career development

N o. of

p olicies/ guidelines/

PP As i mple m e nte d to ens ure high

e m ploya bility of grad u ates (in u niv/

ca m p us/college)

Co m pleted Tracer Study in all progra m s of the U niversity

Director D A A, CE D, D e ans

D A A, D ea ns, Alu m ni Ch airperso n, Assign e d Faculty KR A 3

Quality

Faculty and Students Objective 3. To provide unique and lifelong learning experience in the entire student life cycle

Percentage of first-tim e licensure exa mination takers that pass the licensure exa m

Percentage of first- ti me lice nsure exa mination take rs that pass the licens ure exa m

O V P A A, OP, OC E D

Percentage of first- ti me lice nsure exa mination takers that pass the licens ure exa m

D Q u A, Colleges

N o. of pro p ose d/

revised p olicies/

guidelines or PPAs sub mitted to i m prove the q uality of faculty an d stud e nts N o. of policies/

guidelines/ PPAs imple m e nte d to increase/i m prov e:

a. Licens ure exa mination b. Enrol m e nt in

Priority

Co urses/research progra m s

c. I M A p prove d d. Faculty with

d octorate degree N o of PPAs co n d ucte d to ens ure qu ality of

V PA A,CE Ds

OP Staff, D Q U A, CE Ds, D e ans

Director, D e ans, Percentage of

u n dergra du ate stu de nt p o p ulation enrolled in C HE D-identified an d R D C- identified priority

co urses/ progra ms

Percentage of

u n dergra du ate stu de nt p o p ulation enrolled in C HE D-identified an d R D C-ide ntified priority co urses/ progra ms

O V P A A, CE Ds

Percentage of

u n dergra du ate stu de nt p o p ulation enrolled in C HE D-identified an d R D C-ide ntified priority co urses/ progra ms

D R A S, Colleges

Percentage of grad u ate stu de nt p o p ulation enrolled in research degree pr ogra ms

Percentage of grad u ate stud e nts enrolled in research degree pr ogra ms

O V P A A, OC E D

Percentage of grad u ate stud e nt p o p ulation enrolled in research degree progra m s

D R A S, CAE

N o of I M s ap prov ed N o of I M s ap prov ed O V P A A, OP, CE Ds

N o of I M s ap prov ed D Q U A Colleges

Percentage of faculty w h o are d octorate d egree h olders

Percentage of faculty w h o are d octorate degree h olders

O V P A A, CE Ds

Percentage of faculty w h o are d octorate degree h olders

Colleges

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faculty an d stu de nts (in licens ure

exa mination, enrol m e nt, I M ap prov al, and d octorate degree h olders)

Ch airperso ns, Assign e d Faculty

KRA 4. Globally- competitive Students

Objective 4. To integrate

internationalization perspective

towards global connectedness

% of stu de nts involved in inter-cou ntry m o bility

% of stu de nts involved in inter-cou ntry m o bility

O V P A A, CE Ds

% of stu de nts involved in inter-cou ntry m o bility

D C D, Colleges

N o. of

pro p ose d/revised p olicies/guidelines/

PP As to e nsure globally co m p etitive stu de nts

N o. of PP As

co n d ucte d to ens ure globally co m p etitive stu de nts in the u niv/ca m p us/college

% of stu de nts assisted/ m o nitore d for inter-co u ntry m o bility

V PA A, CEDs

D C D, CE Ds D e ans

D C D

KRA 5. Modernized Facilities and Quality Students Services

Objective 5. To strengthen student welfare services for a successful

academic formation of students

Percentage of clients wh o rated services as

satisfactory using the client’s feed b ack for m

Percentage of clients w h o rated services as satisfactory using the client’s feed b ack for m

O V P A A, OC E D

Percentage of clients w h o rated services as satisfactory using the client’s feed b ack for m

All Stu de nt Service U nits and Colleges

N o. of

pro p ose d/revised p olicies/ guidelines or PP As to e nsure m o d ernize facilities an d qu ality services for stu de nts

N o. of PP As co n d ucte d in the

V PA A, CEDs

Director, CE Ds, Dea ns

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ca m p us/ colleges/

A OR

N o. of m o nitoring an d evaluation activitie/s to ens ure go o d or better rating of clients in A OR

Directors, CE Ds, Dea ns

KRA 6. Culturally- sensitive

Graduates Objective 6. To integrate Indigenous Knowledge, Systems, and Practices (IKSP) in the academic programs to intensify

conservation of the rich cultural heritage

N o. of cultural activities co n d ucte d

N o. of cultural activities co n du cted

O V P A A, OC E D

N o. of cultural activities co n du cted

D SC A, Colleges

N o. of pro p ose d p olicies/guidelines/

PP As su b mitte d to ens ure culturally sensitive grad uates N o. of subjects geare d to w ards cultural heritage include d in the co urse syllabi in the ca m p us/ college N o. of cultural PPAs co n d ucte d to intensify co nserv ation of rich cultural heritage

V PA A, CEDs

CE Ds, Dea ns

& F aculty assigne d to cater the PI

Director, CE Ds, Dea ns

Note: CSC Memorandum Circular No. 6, s. 2012, p. 7 (Guidelines on the Establishment of Agency SPMS) provides that, “Unless the work output of a particular

duty has been assigned pre-set standards by management, its standards shall be agreed upon by the supervisors and the ratees”. Thus, performance

standards for functions performed by employees that are not found in this Table of Reference or in the 2019 TOR shall be set and agreed upon by the

supervisor and the employee.

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GOAL 2 - STRONG RESEARCH LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE

Orga nization al Outco m e: Higher ed ucation re search i mpr ove d to pro m ote eco n o m ic pro d u ctivity an d inn ovation.

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 1. Strong

Research Brand and Image Objective 1. To establish a strong brand and strengthen image building of IFSU as a research leader achieving a total of 29 research outputs in the last 3 years utilized by the industry or by other

beneficiaries

N o. of pro p ose d/

revised p olicies/

guidelines or PPAs to establish a stro ng bra n d an d image of IFS U in research an d develo p m e nt M o nitor an d evaluate

acco m plish m e nt by u niv/ca m p us/

college

V PR D E T, R D, CE D, De a n

Director, CE D, Ch airperso n, D e an

N u m b er of R D outp uts in the last 3 years utilized by th e ind ustry or by oth er

be n eficiaries

N u m b er of R D outp uts in the last 3 years utilized by th e ind ustry or by oth er

be n eficiaries

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N u m b er of R D outp uts in the last 3 years utilized by th e ind ustry or by oth er

be n eficiaries

R D, Colleges, GIA HS

N o. of PP As co n d ucte d to utilize/

co m m e rcialize R D o utp uts

Directors, CE Ds, Dea ns, Faculty assigne d

N u m b er of research o utp uts co m pleted within the year

N u m b er of research o utp uts co m pleted within the year

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N u m b er of research o utp uts co m pleted within the year

R D, College, GIA HS, S W K, G A D, EYE CE NTE R

% of ap prove d research prop osals co m pleted within the year in the college/ca m p us

% of ap prove d research prop osals co m pleted within the year

CE Ds, Dea ns, Research Co ordinator

Faculty

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o utp uts pu blishe d in intern ationally research journals an d CHE D accredite d Jour nals

Percentage of research o utp uts pu blishe d (such as Elsevier Scop us, Th o ms o n Re uters Journals, and C HE D accredited Journals

O V P R D ET, OC E D

Percentage of research o utp uts pu blishe d (such

as Elsevier Sco pus, Th o ms o n R e uters Journals, an d CHE D accredite d Jour nals

R D, College, GIA HS, S W K

% of fund e d

research pu blishe d

Faculty

N o. of research centers esta blished

N o. of research centers esta blished

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of research ce nters establishe d

R D, GIA HS N o. of pro p osals sub mitted to esta blish research ce nter

R D perso n nel

N o. of externally-fun de d researches

N o. of externally- fund e d research es

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of externally- fund e d research es

R D, Colleges N o. of pro p osals sub mitted for funding

R D perso n nel, Faculty assigne d N o. of inve ntions

pate nte d/co pyrighted

N o. of inve ntions pate nte d/co pyrighted

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of inve ntions pate nte d/co pyrighted

R D, Colleges N o. of research o utp ut e n d orsed for pate nting/co pyright N o. of research o utp ut su b mitted for patenting/ U M / co pyright

N o. of research o utp ut assisted for pate nting/ U M / co pyright

CE Ds, Dea n

Faculty assigne d

R D perso n nel

N o. of citations N o. of citations O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of citations R D, Colleges N o. of citations of research

p u blication

N o. of research assisted to gain citation

Faculty assigne d

R D perso n nel

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research outp uts

N o. of tech n ology- base d research o utp uts

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of tech n ology- base d research o utp uts

R D, Colleges N o. of research co n d ucte d with tech n ology-base d o utp ut

N o. of tech n ology- base d research assisted

Faculty assigne d

R D perso n nel

N o. of research es presente d

N o. of research es presente d

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of research es presente d

R D, Colleges N o. of research presente d

N o. of research

assisted for

presentation

Faculty assigne d

R D perso n nel

KRA & Objective University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 2. Quality

Research Outputs Objective 2. To intensify conduct of research and dissemination of RD outputs to increase percentage of faculty members:

• Who actively pursue research by 12% every 3 years period

• Who produce technologies for

Percentage of grad u ate sch o ol faculty engage d in research w ork a p plied in any of the follo wing:

N o. of policies/PP As pro p ose d/co n d ucte d to i m prov e

engag e m e nt of faculty in a, b,c,d

N o. of faculty en d orsed to p ursue adva n ce d research degree

N o. of research stu dy for:

a)co m m ercialization of tech n ology pro d uce d,

V PR D E T

CE D, De a n

Assign e d faculty

(a) Pursuing advanced research degree programs (Ph.D.)

Percentage of grad u ate sch o ol faculty engage d in research w ork ap plied in any of the

follo wing:

a.Pursuing advanced research degree programs (Ph.D.)

V PR D E T, OC E D

Percentage of grad u ate sch o ol faculty engage d in research w ork ap plied in any of the

follo wing:

(a)

Pursuing advanced research degree programs (Ph.D.)

CAE

b. Actively publishing within the last (3) years

b. Actively publishing within the last (3) years (investigative

V PR D E T, OC E D

(b) Actively publishing within the last (3) years (investigative

CAE

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commercialization or livelihood improvement by 10%, and

• Whose research work resulted in an extension program by 10%.

(investigative research, basic and applied scientific research, policy research, social science research) or

research, basic and applied scientific research, policy research, social science research) or

research, basic and applied scientific research, policy research, social science research) or

b)co n d uct of extension progra m N o. of m o nitoring activities to e nsure:

1. faculty p ursuing adva n ce d research stu dies

2.faculty co nd u cting research

3.faculty w h o will co m m e rcialize their tech n ology

4.faculty co nd u cting extension progra m

R D perso n nel - u niv CE D-College D e an-faculty

(c)Producing technologies for commercialization or livelihood improvement

(c)Producing technologies for commercialization or livelihood improvement

V PR D E T, OC E D

(c)Producing technologies for commercialization or livelihood improvement

CAE

(d)Whose research work resulted in an extension program

(d)Whose research work resulted in an extension program

V PR D E T, OC E D

(d)Whose research work resulted in an extension program

CAE

KRA & Objective University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 3. Conservation

of the Cultural Heritage through Research

Objective 3. To intensify

conservation of the rich cultural heritage

N o. of IK research ce nters establishe d

N o. of IK research ce nters establishe d

V PR D E T OC E D

N o. of IK research ce nters establishe d

GIA HS, Colleges

N o. of pro p osals to establish IK ce nters to co nserve rich cultural heritage

N o. of PP As co n d ucte d by IK ce nters

V P, Director,

GIA HS perso n nel

Note: CSC Memorandum Circular No. 6, s. 2012, p. 7 (Guidelines on the Establishment of Agency SPMS) provides that, “Unless the work output of a particular

duty has been assigned pre-set standards by management, its standards shall be agreed upon by the supervisors and the ratees”. Thus, performance

standards for functions performed by employees that are not found in this Table of Reference or in the 2019 TOR shall be set and agreed upon by the

supervisor and the employee.

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GOAL 3 – SUSTAINABLE EXTENSION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Orga nization al Outco m e: Co m m u nity engage m e n t increased

KRA & Objective University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 1. Relevant Extension

Activities

Objective 1. To package and transfer knowledge and technologies relevant to the needs of clientele achieving a 95% satisfaction rating from clients of extension services

N o. of pro p ose d/

revised p olicies/

guidelines or PPAs to establish releva nt extension activities

M o nitor an d evaluate

acco m plish m e nt by u niv/ca m p us/

college

V PR D E T, DE T

Director, CE D, Ch airperso n, D e an

N o. of tech n ology- b usiness incu b ation ce nter

N o. of tech n ology- b usiness incu b ation ce nter

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of tech n ology- b usiness incu b ation ce nter

D ET N o. of TBIs

esta blished

N o. of PP As co n d ucte d to ens ure the n u m b er of:

-ad o pters -viable de m o projects

- research o utp uts co m m e rcialized Other PIs refer to 2 0 1 9 TOR

D ET, Assigne d faculty

D ET Director an d Staff

Assign e d perso n nel N o. of ad o pters N o. of ad o pters O V P R D ET,

OC E D

N o. of ad o pters D ET

N o. of viable de m o n stration projects (with IRR) to be establishe d (ne w)

N o. of viable de m o n stration projects (with IRR) to be establishe d (ne w)

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of viable de m o n stration projects (with IRR) to be establishe d (ne w)

D ET

N o. of research o utp uts

co m m e rcialized (ne w)

N o. of research o utp uts

co m m e rcialized (ne w)

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of research o utp uts

co m m e rcialized (ne w)

D ET, GIA H S, S W K

N o. of tech n ology package d (ne w)

N o. of tech n ology package d (ne w)

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of tech n ology package d (ne w)

D ET, GIA H S, S W K, GA D

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1 7

KRA 2. Volunteer Faculty and Students

Objective 2. To create a widely shared

organizational culture that encourages, promotes, and rewards extension and community engagements with 30 of faculty and 100 of students as volunteers annually

N u m b er of trainees w eighte d by the length of training

N u m b er of trainees w eighte d by the length of training

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N u m b er of trainees w eighte d by the length of training

D ET, College, GIA HS, S W K, EYE CE NTE R

N o. of pro p ose d p olicies/guidelines/

PP As to e nco urage culture of

volunteeris m fro m faculty an d stu de nts

N o. of pro p ose d/

en d orsed trainings or extensio n progra m s in the ca m p us/college

N o. of trainings co n d ucte d N o. of extension progra m s imple m e nte d

O V P R D ET, D ET

CE Ds, Dea ns

Assign e d Faculty Assign e d

Faculty N u m b er of

extension progra ms organized a nd sup p orted

co nsistent with th e S UC's ma n date d an d priority progra ms

N u m b er of

extension progra ms organized a nd sup p orted

co nsistent with th e S UC's ma n date d an d priority progra ms

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N u m b er of

extension progra ms organized a nd sup p orted

co nsistent with th e S UC's ma n date d an d priority progra m s

D ET, College, Eye Center

Percentage of be n eficiaries wh o rate the training co urse/s an d advisory services as satisfactory or high er in ter m s of q uality an d releva nce

Percentage of be n eficiaries wh o rate the training co urse/s an d advisory services as satisfactory or high er in ter m s of q uality an d releva nce

O V P R D ET, OC E D

Percentage of be n eficiaries wh o rate the training co urse/s an d advisory services as satisfactory or high er in ter m s of q uality an d releva nce

D ET, College, GIA HS, S W K, EYE CE NTE R

KRA 3. Active Linkages Objective 3. To

establish/strengthen/sustain linkages with LGUs,

industries, and other organizations/stakeholders for resource sharing, extension program, and service complementation with increased number of active partners by 20%

N u m b er of active partnerships with L G Us, ind ustries, N G Os, N G As, S M Es, an d other

stake h olders as a result of exte nsion activities

N u m b er of active partnerships with L G Us, ind ustries, N G Os, N G As, S M Es, an d other

stake h olders as a result of exte nsion activities

O V P R D ET, OC E D

N u m b er of active partnerships with L G Us, ind ustries, N G Os, N G As, S M Es, an d other

stake h olders as a result of exte nsion activities

D ET, Eye Ce nter, GIA HS, Colleges

N o. of policies/

guidelines/ PPAs pro p ose d to ens ure active linkages

N o. of M OA s/PP As for linkages or partnership

O V P R D ET, D ET

D ET, CE Ds, D e ans

Note: CSC Memorandum Circular No. 6, s. 2012, p. 7 (Guidelines on the Establishment of Agency SPMS) provides that, “Unless the work output of a particular

duty has been assigned pre-set standards by management, its standards shall be agreed upon by the supervisors and the ratees”. Thus, performance

standards for functions performed by employees that are not found in this Table of Reference or in the 2019 TOR shall be set and agreed upon by the

supervisor and the employee.

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1 8

GOAL 4: EXCELLENT PUBLIC SERVICE AND GOOD GOVERNANCE

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 1 Good

Governance To ensure efficient, transparent and

accountable delivery of administrative services with 95% client satisfaction rating in all administrative offices

M aintain G o o d G ov erna nce Co n ditions per IATF M e m o Circular:

a.Ti mely u p date of the follo wing:

-

Trans paren cy Seal

-

Philgeps Posting

-

Citizens Charter b. IS O Certified

c. Attained req uired target:

-BAR (G A A targets) - FAR (10 0 % B U R) -C OA (30 % of full imple m e ntation of prior year’s au dit

reco m m e n d ation)

- Early procure m e nt (5 0 %) d. Ti mely su b mission of Procure m e nt req uire m e nts

-

AP P

-

AP CPI

-

Early pro cure m e nt

e. Co m plied the require m e nts of the ff:

- SAL N -F OI

M aintain G o o d G o verna nce

Co n ditions per IATF M e m o Circular:

a.Ti mely u p date of the follo wing:

-

Trans paren cy Seal

-

Philgeps Posting

-

Citizens Charter b. IS O Certified c. Attained req uired target:

-FA R (1 0 0 % B U R) -C OA (30 % of full imple m e ntation of prior year’s au dit reco m m e n d ation) - Early procure m e nt (50 %)

d. Ti mely su b mission of Procure m e nt require m e nts

-

AP P

-

AP CPI

-

Early

procure m e nt e. Co m plied the require m e nts of the ff:

OP, OV P A, O V PP F R G

M aintain g o od govern an ce co n ditions as per area of

resp o nsibility in the required IATF Circular su ch as:

a.Ti mely u p date of the follo wing:

-

Trans paren cy Seal

-

Philgeps Posting

-

Citizens Ch arter b. IS O Certified c. Attained req uired target:

- FAR (10 0 % B U R) -C OA (30 % of full imple m e ntation of prior year’s au dit reco m m e n d ation) - Early procure m e nt (50 %)

d. Ti mely sub mission of Procure m e nt require m e nts

-

AP P

Directors u nd er OP, OV P A a nd O V PF R G in- charge of the IATF co n dition

D PI M B AC D H R D an d frontline offices D Q U A,

D FS ICU

B AC

B AC

N o. of

p olicies/guideli nes pro p ose d to intensify go o d govern an ce syste ms an d practices in the U niversity in relation to the follo wing reports:

-

FA R

-

Financial Plan

-

IS O

Certification

-

B A R

-

Syste m of Ra nking

-

AP P

-

Citizen’s Ch arter

-

SAL N

-

F OI

-

C OA

Co n d uct of required PPA S to ens ure satisfaction of the go o d

OP, OV P A O V PF R G

Directors u nd er OP, OV P A a nd O V PF R G & CE Ds

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1 9 - SAL N

-F OI

Co m pliance of required go o d

govern an ce co n ditions in the ca m p us

N ote: B U R- Obligation BU R-

Disb urse m e nt

CE Ds

V Ps, OP, OCE Ds V PPF R G

-

AP CPI

-

Early

procure m e nt e. Ti mely

sub mission of the require m e nts of the ff:

- SAL N -F OI

Co m pliance of go o d govern an ce

co n ditions in the college

M O OE:

Obligation- Disb urse m e nt C O:

Obligation- Disb urse m e nt

H R D In-charge Colleges

All de partm e nts D FS

DIS D, OCE D( with C O)

D FS

govern an ce co n ditions such as:

- sustaina bility of IS O

certification

- Ti mely co n d uct of procure m e nt proce dure - Up d ate Citizen’s Ch arter

- M &E activities to ens ure G A A targets are m et - Co m ply an d u p date P hilgeps Posting

M o nitor Ti mely sub mission of required reports Prepare co m plete, accurate an d sub mit ti mely report (Q ua n, Q ual, ti meliness)

D Q U A

-Co ncerne d offices

D H R D an d all frontline offices

D PI M B AC

OP/ V Ps- m o nitor Directors &

CE D- M o nitor D e ans

Directors/D ea ns – M o nitor

perso n nel

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2 0

Ti m ely U p date of

1.Transp arency Seal

2. Citizen’s Ch arter 3. Philgeps Posting

Perso n n el In- charge D PI M

D H R D & fro ntline offices

B AC

% Client Satisfaction R ating % of Client Satisfied

with services via the client feed ba ck evaluation for m

OP, OV PP F R G, O V P R D ET, OCE D

% of Client Satisfied with services via the client feed ba ck evaluation for m

All Service U nits, Colleges

% of Client Satisfied with services via the client feed ba ck for m

All perso n n el

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator

Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 2 –

Strong Network System and Resource- Sharing

Objective: To strengthe n the u niversity’s local and intern ational visibility

funds/reso urce

o utso urced in su p p ort to instruction, research, extension, reso urce gen eration, an d ad ministration as a result of

net w orking/linkaging with local an d intern ational organizations

funds/reso urce o utso urced in su p p ort

to instru ction, research, extension, reso urce gen eration, an d ad ministration as

a result of netw orking/linkaging

with local an d intern ational organizations

OP, OV P A, O V PP F R G OC E Ds

funds/reso urce o utso urced in su p p ort to instru ction, research,

extension, reso urce gen eration, an d ad ministration as a result of netw orking/

linkaging with local and intern ational organizations

Directors assigne d D e ans assign ed

N o. of PP As pro p ose d to ens ure stro ng netw ork syste m an d reso urce sharing in A OR N o. of pro p osals sub mitted to funding agen cies

V PPF R G,

Directors, CE Ds, D e ans, Assigne d perso n nel

Perso n n el assigne d

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2 1

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 3 –

Improved Visibility in the Local and International Environment

Objective: To strengthe n the u niversity’s local and intern ational visibility

N o. of policies/

guidelines or PPAs pro p ose d/

a m e n d e d to impr ove visibility of the u niversity in the local and

intern ational enviro n m e nt

OP,VP, Directors

No. of m a n date d service with IS O certification

N o. of ma n date d proce dures with IS O certification

OP, OV PA N o. of ma n date d proce dures with IS O certification

D Q u A, DA S N o. of PP As co n d ucte d to ens ure

sustainability of IS O certification

N o. of m o nitoring activities with IS O certification

Director, Hea d of Service U nits,

H ea d of Co m mittees

D Q U A

N o. of pro p osals sub mitted to i m prove local and intern ational visibility

N o. of pro p osals sub mitted to i m prove local and intern ational visibility

OP, OCE D N o. of ne w

progra m s/activities ap prov ed &

imple m e nte d

pro p osals to i m prove local and intern ational visibility

D C PIA, College

Co n d uct PP As to impr ove local an d intern ational visibility

M o nitor co n d uct of PP As

Director, De ans

OP Perso n nel assigne d

N o. of institution al a w ards given by

reputa ble orga nizations

N ote: Perfor m a n ce indicators for Delivery units, Service U nits an d Individuals cover all the PIs in the Higher Ed ucation Progra m, Adva nce Ed ucation Progra m, Resea rch, Extension a nd A d ministrative. Hence, assigne d S Us an d Individual will

indicate it in their OPC R/IPCR

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2 2 S UC R ank (IFSU vs.

oth er SUCs)

Higher by 2 n otches fro m year 20 1 8

S UC R ank (IFSU vs. other S UCs)

Higher by 2 n otches fro m year 20 1 8

OP S UC R ank (IFSU vs.

oth er SUCs)

Higher by 2 n otches fro m year 20 1 8

D Q U A N o. of PP As co n d ucte d to ens ure higher rank as co m p are d fro m 2 0 1 8 rank

Perso n n el of Assign e d U nit

S UC Leveling (by CHE D) S UC Leveling (by CHE D) H ea d of S UC Leveling Co m mittee

S UC Leveling (by CHE D) Secretariat of Co m mittee

an d D e pt involved

N o. of PPA s co n d ucte d in relation to SU C Leveling

Ti m ely su b missio n of docu m e nts

S UC Leveling Co m mittee

M e m b ers

All Involved U nits

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 4 –

Increased Income from IGP

Objective: To en h an ce efficiency in reso urce gen eration an d

m o bilization

Increase of total net inco m e fro m IG P by 1 0 % a n n ually

Increase of total net inco m e fro m IG P by 1 0 % an n ually

O V PP F R G, OC E D

Increase of total net inco m e fro m IG P by 1 0 % an n ually

DIG P, Ca m p us IGP Ch air

N o. of ap prov ed pro p osals/p olicies/

PP As to increase IGP

N o. of PP As pro p ose d to increase inco m e fro m IGP

V PPF R G, DIG P

Director, CE D, IGP M a n ager

% of intern ally gen erate d inco m e to total su bsidy (inco m e fro m IGP/ G A A)

% of intern ally gen erated inco m e to total subsidy

O V PP F R G % of intern ally gen erated inco m e to total subsidy

DIG P, DFS

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2 3

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 5 –

Quality Human Resources

Objective: To u pgrade th e co m p ete ncies an d

cap a bilities of h u m a n reso urces

N o. of Area passe d for Level II Status in PRI M E - H R M (Areas: RSP, P M, L &D, R & R)

-

4(ALL A REA S)

N o. of Area passe d for Level II Status in PRI M E - H R M (Areas: RSP, P M, L &D, R & R)

O V P A N o. of Area passe d for Level II Status in PRI M E - H R M (Areas: RSP, P M, L &D, R &R)

D H R D N o. of p olicies/PP As sub mitted to u pgrade th e q uality of hu m a n reso urce N o. of PP As

imple m e nte d to u pgrade th e co m p ete ncies and cap a bilities of h u m a n reso urces

O V P A, D H R D

Director and Perso n n el In- charge

1 % of plantilla faculty m e m b ers with P h.D. in the field of specialization earne d fro m the national u niversity, the to p 1,0 0 0 u niversities based o n w orld ranking, or in progra m s with at least level III accre ditation or C OE/C OD status, in the last three years

% of plantilla faculty m e m b ers with P h.D. in the field of specialization earne d fro m the national u niversity, the to p 1,0 0 0 u niversities based o n w orld ranking, or in progra m s with at least level III accre ditation or C OE/C OD status, in the last three years

O V P A, OC E D

% of plantilla faculty m e m b ers with P h.D. in the field of specialization earne d fro m the national u niversity, the to p 1,0 0 0 u niversities based o n w orld ranking, or in progra m s with at least level III accre ditation or C OE/C OD status, in the last three years

D H R D D e ans/

Progra m Ch air

% of faculty

m e m b ers en d orse d to enroll in th e to p nation al university, the top 1,00 0 u niversities based o n w orld ranking, or in progra ms with at least level III accreditation or C OE/C OD status, in the last three years

D H R D/ OC E D/

D e ans

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2 4 Relevant training ho urs

atten d e d by the faculty an d staff me m b ers including atten d a nce to co nfere nces/trainings

a. International b. Regio nal/N ational

Relevant training ho urs atten d e d by the faculty an d staff me m b ers including atten d a nce to co nfere nces/trainings

a. International b. Regio nal/N ational

O V P A, OC E D

Relevant training ho urs atten d e d by the faculty an d staff me m b ers including atten d a nce to co nfere nces/trainings

a. International b. Regio nal/N ational

D e ans

Colleges

% of faculty/staff en d orsed for S W T N o. of S W Ts atten d e d

CE Ds, Dea ns, Directors All perso n n el

KRA &

Objective

University Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 6 –

TechDev

Objective: To tech n ologize front line services an d oth er services of the

U niversity

N o. of policies/PP As sub mitted to

tech n ologize services

V PA, VP PF R G, OC E D

% of en d-users using the priority infor m ation syste ms develo pe d p er year

% of en d-users using the priority infor m ation syste m s

develo pe d per year

V PPF R G % of en d-users using the priority infor m atio n syste ms

develo pe d per year

ICT Section N o. of syste ms develo pe d

N o. of m o nitoring activities co n du cted

Progra m m ers/ ICT perso n nel

ICT Section He a d/

Ch airperso n

% of software license d/co pyrighted

a.Op erating Syste ms (OS)

b. Microsoft Office

% of software license d/co pyrighted a. Op erating Syste ms ( OS) b. Microsoft Office

V PPF R G, OC E D

% of software license d/co pyrighted a. Operating Syste m s (OS)

b. M icros oft Office

ICT Section, Fro ntline

Services

N o. of co m p uters with license d/

co pyrighted OS an d M icros oft Office N o. of m o nitored co m p uters with license d software

ICT In-ch arge of College/Ca m p us

ICT Section perso n nel

% of ne w facilities co m pleted

% of ne w facilities co m pleted

O V P A, OC E D

% of ne w facilities co m pleted

DIS D, Colleges

N o. of M &E activities to ens ure

achieve m e nt of targets

DIS D, D G S O, CE Ds, perso n nel

assigne d

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2 5

% of existing f acilities refurbish e d/ upgrad e d

% of existing facilities refurbish e d/ upgrad e d

O V P A, OC E D

% of existing facilities u pgrade d/refurbishe d

DIS D, D G S O, Colleges

Ti m ely su b mission an d ap proval of requ est for upgra de/

refurbish m e nt M o nitor

imple m e ntation of project

V Ps, Directors, CE Ds, Dea ns

Directors and perso n nel In- charge

KRA & Objective University

Performance Indicator

OPCR-DELIVERY UNITS OPCR-SERVICE UNITS INDIVIDUAL

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator Responsible Unit

Performance Indicator

Responsible Individual KRA 7 – Clean,

Green, Safe, and GAD-Responsive University Environment

Objective: To ens ure a clean, gree n, safe, an d G A D-resp o nsive U niversity enviro n m e nt

N o. of p olicies/PP As sub mitted to ens ure Clean, Safe an d G A D-

Res p o nsive Environ m e nt

V PA, VP PF R G, OC E D

% of infrastructure/

facilities grante d certification fro m evaluating b odies (e.g.

b uilding per mit, sanitary per mit, etc.)

% of infrastructure/

facilities grante d certification fro m evaluating b odies (e.g.

b uilding per mit, sanitary per mit, etc.)

O V P A, O V PP F R G,

OC E D

% of infrastructure/

facilities grante d certification fro m evaluating b odies (e.g.

b uilding per mit, sanitary per mit, etc.)

DIS D, D AS- Infir m ary,

D EPC, D R R M

N o. of certification soug ht fro m evaluating b odies

Director, CE Ds, Assign e d

perso n nel

% of GA D- attribute d fund im ple m e nte d in:

a) Higher Ed ucation Progra m

b) Adva nce d Edu cation Progra m

c) Research Progra m Extension Progra m

% of GA D- attribute d fu n d imple m e nte d in:

a) Higher Ed ucation Progra m

b) Adva nce d Edu cation Progra m

c) Research Progra m Extension Progra m

OP, O V PP F R G, O V P A, O V P A A, O V P R D ET, OC E D

% of GA D- attribute d fu n d imple m e nte d in:

a) Higher Ed ucation Progra m

b) Adva nce d Edu cation Progra m

c) Research Progra m Extension Progra m d) Ge neral Ad ministration

All Service U nits and Colleges

N o. of

En d orse d/Pro p ose d G A D Attribute d PP A Co n d uct of G A D Attribute d PP A M o nitor G A D Attribute d PP A

V Ps, CE D, Director

Assign e d Perso n n el G A D Director &

Ch airperso n

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2 6 d) Ge neral

A d ministration an d Su p p ort Services (GAS S)

d) Ge neral Ad ministration an d Su p p ort Services (GAS S)

an d Su p p ort Services

(GAS S) i m ple m e nte d Other PIs to be

casca de d by G A D

N o. of D R R M-relate d activities i m ple m e nte d in:

a) Higher Ed ucation Progra m

b) Adva nce d Edu cation Progra m

c) Research Progra m Extension Progra m d) Ge neral

A d ministration an d Su p p ort Services

N o. of D R R M-relate d activities i m ple m e nte d in:

a) Higher Ed ucation Progra m

b) Adva nce d Edu cation Progra m

c) Research Progra m Extension Progra m d) Ge neral Ad ministration an d Su p p ort Services (GAS S)

OP, O V PP F R G, O V P A, O V P A A, O V P R D ET, OC E D

N o. of D R R M-relate d activities in Higher Ed ucation Progra m, A dva nce d Edu cation Progra m, Research Progra m, Extension Progra m, an d G e neral A d ministration an d Su p p ort Services (G AS S)

D R R M Colleges

N o. of D R R M P P As En d orse d/Pro p ose d Co n d uct of D R R M PP As

M o nitor co n d uct of D R R M a ctivities

CE D, Director D R R M In-Charge Assign e d

Perso n n el Director,

D R R M In-Charge

KRA 8 –

Conservation of the Cultural Heritage

Objective:

To intensify

co nservation of the rich cultural

heritage integrating culture in the ad ministrative an d sup p ort services

N o. of ad ministrative functions/PPA that pro m ote the co nservation of the Ifuga o culture p er ad ministrative de p artm e nt

N o. of ad ministrative PP As that pro m o te the co nservation of the Ifuga o culture p er ad ministrative de p artm e nt

OP, O V PP F R G, O V P A, OC E D

N o. of ad ministrative functions/PPA that pro m ote the co nservation of the Ifugao culture per ad ministrative

de p artm e nt

Assign e d D e partm e nt /College per Division a n d

Ca m p us

N o. of PP As

en d orsed/pro p ose d to co nserve Ifugao culture

Co n d uct PP As in relation to co nservation of Ifuga o culture

Director, CE Ds

Assign e d perso n nel

Note: CSC Memorandum Circular No. 6, s. 2012, p. 7 (Guidelines on the Establishment of Agency SPMS) provides that, “Unless the work output of a particular duty has been assigned pre-set standards by management, its standards shall be agreed upon by the supervisors and the ratees”. Thus, performance standards for functions performed by employees that are not found in this Table of Reference or in the 2019 TOR shall be set and agreed upon by the supervisor and the employee.

References:

CSC M e m ora n d u m Circular N o., s.20 1 2,” G uid elines in the Establish m e nt an d I m ple m e ntatio n of Age ncy Strategic Perfor m a n ce Syste m ” IFS U Strategic Plan 2 0 1 9-2 0 2 6, B OR ap prove d Jan uary 2 0 19

IFS U Strategic Perfor m a n ce M a n age m e nt Syste m, U p date d 2 0 1 5 PRE XC Briefer. w w w.d b m.g ov.ph.

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