Key Officials.

KEY OFFICIALS

  Name Position/Designation Contact Nos.
1 Dr. John A. Magno Regional Secretary 552-1618
2 Atty. Sittie Mariam I. Balahim, CPA Asst. Sec for Operations 421-7927
3 Marjuni Maddi Asst. Sec for Academics 552-2046
4 Alfhadar Pajiji Asst Sec for Special Projects 552-1164
5 Fatima B. Abubakar Director II, Secondary Education 552-2339
6 Suaib A. Maulana Director II, Elementary Education 552-2369
7 Nur A. Pulong Director II, Alternative Learning System 552-1083
8 Taya K. Aplal Director II, Physical & Sport Dev’t. 552-0486
9 Somerado M. Pandapatan Director II, Admin, Fin. & Other Services 552-1849
10 Atty. Mojahid S. Guro Chief, Legal Section 552-1618
11 Mosbicak B. Ibrahim Chief, Budget Section 552-0480
12 Analee Biruar Chief, Accounting Section  
13 Rosemarie Cardos Chief, Supply Section 552-0486
14 Dureza Ann N. Romasanta Chief, Record Section  
15 Margie G. Pendulat Manager, IMDC 421-5902
16 Annabelle R. Gilayo Chief, Disbursing Unit  
17 Eskak G. Mohamad Chief, Retirement Unit 552-2380
18 Pieron Du Chief, Health & Nutrition Unit 552-3020
19 Badjury Tuansi Chief, Regional Payroll System Unit 552-0449
20 Aratoc A. Macarambon Chief, Information &  Comm Tech  Unit 552-1123
21 Alama E. Yu Chief, Action Center for Education 421-7927
22 Mobarak Pandi Chief, Region Information Unit 552-0503
23 Baimon Malang Chief, Smoking Cessation Center 552-3020
24 Rosalinda Hassan Chief, Cashier Section 552-2299
25 Virginia Besana Office of the Planning Services 421-3838

Palarong ARMMAA is set on February 2016.

According to Dr. John A. Magno, DepED-ARMM top official, pronounced during the meeting on January 6, 2016, the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Athletic Association (ARMMAA) Palarong 2016 is set on February 21-27, 2016 at Parang Sport Complex, Maguindanao.

Secretary Magno issued Memorandum Order No. 024 dated January 26, 2016 informing school officials to refrain collecting any monetary contribution to teachers and students. The regional office will provide all necessary funds for the said event.

Summary of Fund Sources.

Fiscal Year 2015.

 

SUMMARY OF FUND SOURCES
FY 2015
FUND SOURCES
Allocation
Released
Obligated
Disbursed
% Utilized
(a)
(b)
( c)
(d)
(d/b)
Regular (ARMM GAA)
   7,625,500,560.00
    7,625,500,560.00
      7,625,500,560.00
    7,306,444,473.80
95.82%
National Funds
   2,292,237,760.00
    2,292,237,760.00
      1,266,777,712.00
        798,692,832.00
34.84%
FAPs/BA
Local Funds
Total
   9,917,738,320.00
    9,917,738,320.00
      8,892,278,272.00
    8,105,137,305.80
81.72%

SOURCE : GISA 2016

 

Personal Services & MOOE.

PS & MOOE Breakdown.

PS Breakdown:
   PBB        190,825,000.00
   PEI        496,052,548.00
   PS Deficiency        184,188,969.00
   TOTAL        871,066,517.00
MOOE Breakdown:
   Every Child A Reader Program             3,320,000.00
   FA to Regional Science High School             1,634,000.00
   Secondary School w/ Special
   Program for Arts and Sports             1,000,000.00
   SPED             5,746,000.00
   ESEP High Schools                 360,000.00
   Multigrade School             6,353,000.00
   TOTAL           18,413,000.00

SOURCE : GISA 2016

Physical Performance Report3

Financial Utilization of National Funds.

FINANCIAL UTILIZATION OF NATIONAL FUNDS

FY 2015 (NATIONAL Funds)

Year

Allocation Released Obligated Disbursed

% Utilized

(a) (b) ( c) (d)

(d/b)

PS        871,066,517.00        871,066,517.00           871,066,517.00         797,140,532.00 91.51%
MOOE          18,413,000.00           18,413,000.00             18,413,000.00              1,552,300.00 8.43%
CO    1,402,758,243.00     1,402,758,243.00           377,298,195.00    
Total    2,292,237,760.00     2,292,237,760.00       1,266,777,712.00         798,692,832.00 34.84%

SOURCE : GISA 2016

Physical Performance Report2

Financial Utilization of Regular Funds

FINANCIAL UTILIZATION OF REGULAR FUNDS

FY 2015 Regular (ARMM GAA)

Year

Allocation Released Obligated Disbursed

% Utilized

  (a) (b) ( c) (d) (d/b)
PS    7,133,895,560.00     7,133,895,560.00       7,133,895,560.00     6,814,839,473.80 95.53%
MOOE        491,605,000.00        491,605,000.00           491,605,000.00         491,605,000.00 100.00%
CO          
Total    7,625,500,560.00     7,625,500,560.00       7,625,500,560.00     7,306,444,473.80 95.82%

SOURCE : GISA 2016

Physical Performance Report.

Physical Performance Report (For 4th Qtr Ending 2015)

 

Particulars UACS CODE

Physical Targets

Actual Variance

(%) of Accomplishment

REMARKS

Annual

3rd
Quarter

Accomplishment as of
December 31, 2015

1

2 3 4 5 6 7

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A. PROGRAMS              
III. OPERATIONS              
  MFO 3. EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES              
  A. III. E. 1. Kindergarten/Pre-School              
     1. Quantity     : No. of pupils enrolled in public schools   103,767 103,767 73,283 38,028 63.35% Partial report from Quick Count
     2. Quality        : No. of public pre-school completers who passed the Grade 1 Readiness test   72.08% 72.08% Availability of data is at EOSY      
     3. Timeliness :  % Completion of enrollees in pre-school as of SY 2014-2015   74% 74% Availability of data is at EOSY      
 A. III.e.2. Elementary              
     1. Quantity     : No. of pupils enrolled in public Elementary Schools, including ADM’s BRAC   645,870 645,870 594,164 115,647 92.09% Partial report from Quick Count
     2. Quality        : National Achievement Test (NAT) rating in Grade 6 as of SY 2014-2015   60.46% 60.46% no NAT result yet      
     3. Timeliness :  % Completion of enrollees in Elementary Schools as of SY 2014-2015   30.58% 30.58% Availability of data is at EOSY      
 A. III.e.3. Secondary              
     1. Quantity     : No. of pupils enrolled in public Secondary Schools   158,179 158,179 138,821   93,30% Partial report from Quick Count
     2. Quality        : National Achievement Test (NAT) rating in 4th year students as of SY 2014-2015   41.94% 41.94% no NAT result yet      
     3. Timeliness :  % Completion of enrollees in Secondary Schools as of SY 2014-2015   56.46% 56.46% Availability of data is at EOSY      
 A. III.e.4. Co-curricular and Learning Support Programs              
     1. Quantity     : No. of permit to operate issued to private schools and private Madaris   3 3 93 28 143%  
     2. Quality        : No. of private schools with Gov’t. assistance thru GASTPE   65 65 63 2 97%  
     3. Timeliness :  % application/permit to operate acted within 5 working days upon of application   100% 100% 100%      

 

Source : GISA 2016