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MGB-6 personnel reviews SPMS guidelines

Iloilo City – The Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) VI recently conferred to revisit and review the agency’s implementation of the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) pursuant to the Civil Service Commission Memorandum Circular No. 6, series of 2012. 

MGB Central Office Administrative Division’s Rey Fallesgon presented the SPMS Guidelines and responded to commonly asked questions particularly on the review and evaluation of performance during a virtual meeting on October 19, 2021

Fallesgon highlighted the key provisions of the SPMS, its objectives, basic elements, process, and rating scale in performance evaluation. 

He emphasized that the SPMS is “a mechanism that links employee performance with organizational performance to enhance the performance orientation of the compensation system. It ensures that the employee achieves the objectives set by the organization and the organization, on the other hand, achieves the objectives that it has set as its strategic plan.”

The MGB being a line bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) follows the department’s CSC-approved SPMS guidelines.

Fallesgon said the DENR’s SPMS measures performance results that can be reviewed over the period of the implementation of the DENR road map vis-a-vis targeted milestone.  It provides a scientific and verifiable basis in assessing the organizational performance of individuals within the organization.”

“The SPMS performance ratings serve as a basis for performance-based security of tenure, grant of rewards and incentives and as personnel actions”, Fallesgon said.

MGB VI OIC Regional Director Raul A. Laput expressed appreciation to the MGB Central Office resource person for amply increasing the understanding and appreciation of MGB VI personnel towards the implementation of the SPMS.  He recognized as well the efforts of the Finance and Administrative Division for facilitating the reorientation of the 49 permanent employees, especially the new entrants, and a number of contractual personnel of MGB VI.  (MGB VI/laf/PIA6-Iloilo)


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