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One-Stop Shop Procurement Process of Goods and Services PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape

DAVAO CITY—A “One-stop shop” for the procurement of goods and services was conducted by the Department of Education Division of Davao City (DepEd) at the Learning Resource Management and Development System (LRMDS) Conference Room on Friday, September 28, 2018. 

alt As indicated in the RA 11032 titled "AN ACT PROMOTING EASE OF DOING BUSINESS AND EFFICIENT DELIVERY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9485, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ANTI-RED TAPE ACT OF 2007, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES", the “One-stop shop” was an initiative to fast track the processes involved in the procurement of goods and services.

According to the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent (ASDS) Basilio Mana-ay Jr. CESE, the recently established One-stop shop showed a significant increase in the efficiency of the procurement functions of goods and services. “Usually, the procurement process takes 45 days. This One-stop shop aimed at subtracting the number of days,” ASDS Mana-ay said.

The One-stop shop procurement process were as follows: (1) Opening of bids and determination of the lowest calculated bid, (2) Preparation and approval of the Technical Evaluation Report vis-à-vis government permits, (3) Preparation of and approval of abstract, (4) Preparation of Purchase Order (PO), (5) Obligation of PO and certification of the availability of funds, (6) Approval of PO, and (7) Serving of PO.

“We would like to thank the Schools Division Superintendent for coming up with this brilliant idea of the One-stop shop. We would also like to thank our colleagues for their cooperation in doing this activity,” ASDS Emma Camporedondo CESE said.

Based on the DepEd Order No. 13, s.2016, the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) shall be allocated to procure goods and services as deemed necessary by schools. Last September 17, 2018, the DepEd Division of Davao City also initiated a One-stop shop for the school downloading of the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE); the school heads and the school MOOE in-charge took part in the said activity.

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LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD (LSB) MEETING PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape

Davao City—The Local School Board (LSB) of Davao City held a meeting at the DepEd Division Conference Room on Thursday, September 6, 2018.

“May I take this opportunity to thank the City Government of Davao and the City Mayor for their generosity,” Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) of DepEd Division of Davao City, said in her message. alt

 The Local School Board Meeting

 

The proposed allocation for the annual budget were as follows: School Supervision (33%), Public Education (5%), Manpower development (31%) and Sports Development (31%).  

More specifically, the budget includes project proposals in relation to the Special Education Program, Learning Resource Management and Development System, Planning and Monitoring, Madrassah, Integrated School Health programs, Drug Abuse Education,  Sunday High School program, Senior High School program, K to 12 curriculum enhancement program, Kindergarten programs, and the Public Education programs involving the LSB teachers, the Alternative Learning System, and the Sports Development programs. The budget also takes into account the proposed construction of 71 classrooms and furniture to the newly established schools.

SDS Asuncion appreciates the fact that the City Government of Davao continues to allocate budget for the educational and sports programs in the city. “There will be a financial assistance to be given by the DepEd Central Office for the electrification of the billeting quarters, which will be used for the Palarong Pambansa. We target to repair the billeting quarters. We will ensure that there will be no redundant projects,” SDS Asuncion said.

The City Government of Davao under the leadership of Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio duly represented by Councilor Pilar Braga and the Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, Schools Division Superintendent, together with the members of the Local School Board convened for the conference.

 
DepEd ALS Turn-over Ceremony PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape 

DAVAO CITY— As part of their Cultural Social Responsibility (CSR), the City Savings Bank (CSB), in cooperation with the Department of Education (DepEd) Davao City Division officiated the Department of Education Alternative Learning System (DepEd-ALS) turn-over ceremony on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. The CSB donated three (3) sets of projectors to the ALS Learning Centers in General Roxas, Malabog, and Paquibato, respectively.alt

According to the CSB, their full commitment to create CSR projects with DepEd shall continue. “A better educated youth gives hope to the future of our country and this belief drives us to contribute more to the education-related CSR initiatives. To continuously support the learning needs of the marginalized and underserved learners, we have allocated a portion of our CSR budget for the Alternative Learning System-related projects nationwide. To date, over 4,400 ALS mobile teachers from 128 school divisions all over the country have benefited from the educational tools we donated since 2016,” the representative from CSB said during the opening speech of the turn-over ceremony.titletitle 

CSR projects of City Savings Bank to Schools and Learning Centers in DepEd Davao City Division

The other CSR projects of CSB that were also realized through the initiative of the DepEd Davao City Division including the donation of LCD projectors and printers (with scanners and photo copiers) to A.L. Navarro National High School and Columbus Elementary School, and the turn-over of 2.0 HP Aircondition sets to Sixto Babao Elementary School and Bonifacio Elementary School. 

 “We at City Savings are honored to be one of your key stakeholders in Region 11 Division of Davao City. We look forward to more partnerships with the Department of Education on programs that promote sustainable growth and capability building for our beneficiaries,” the representative from CSB said.

The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V fully support the endeavors of the stakeholders in the city that are geared towards the welfare and the development of the students.

 
MOA for the Construction of Classroom Buildings in Davao City PDF Print E-mail

By: Joanna Paula M. Cagape


DAVAO CITY―The Department of Education Davao City Division (DepEd) received classrooms through the initiative of the City Government of Davao spearheaded by Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio. The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed between the Department of Education Davao City Division and EMCOR (Inc.) on August 30, 2018, Thursday at the City Mayor’s Conference Room, Davao City Hall.

“It is with great honor to pay back to what the City has done to EMCOR,” Mr. Jaime C. del Rosario, President and Chairman of EMCOR, said. The President highlighted the fact that the company, on its sixth decade, made this gesture as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the call to respond to the pressing concerns in society. alt

(From Left to Right.) Councilor Jimmy G. Dureza, Acting City Mayor, Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, Schools Division Superintendent of DepEd Division of Davao City, Atty. Zuleika T. Lopez, City Administrator, Mr. Jaime C. Del Rosario, President and Chairman of EMCOR Inc., and Mr. Danilo M. Talaban of EMCOR Inc. signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the Construction of Classroom Buildings in Davao City.

EMCOR promised to provide classrooms to the different schools in Davao City.

The first four school recipients of the two-story classroom buildings were as follows: Emilio Ramos National High School, F. Bustamante National High School, Biao Guianga Elementary School and Alambre Elementary School, respectively.

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According to Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V of DepEd Division of Davao City, working with EMCOR shall pave the way for an increase in the achievement rate of learners. SDS Asuncion expressed her gratitude to the Local Government Unit of Davao for facilitating their CSR to DepEd. SDS Asuncion assured that this effort will never be taken for granted by all the learners and the DepEd community.

The project, which was pursuant to the Adopt-A-School-Act of 1998 (R.A no. 8525), was realized through the initiative of the City Government of Davao City, EMCOR Inc., the Jesus V. del Rosario Foundation, Inc., the JRDM Builders and the DepEd Division of Davao City.

 
Public Safety Module Evaluation PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape

DAVAO CITY— The Department of Education Davao City Division (DepEd) Learning Resource Management and Development System (LRMDS) conducted a Public Safety Module Evaluation at the Division Training Center, on Monday, September 10, 2018.alt

Councilor Mary Joselle Villafuerte (Third District, Davao City) with Dr. Aris B. Juanillo, LRMDS Education Program Supervisor, and the writers and illustrators from the DepEd Division of Davao City shared invaluable insights during the Public Safety Module Evaluation.

 “As teachers, we are all created with a purpose. The bottom line (here) is to help our learners achieve a bright future,” Dr. Aris B. Juanillo PhD, MDM, LRMDS Education Program Supervisor said in his speech.

The writers and illustrators from the DepEd Davao City convened to complete their respective manuscripts on public safety. These manuscripts will form part of the archives of the supplementary learning modules for grade school pupils in Davao City. 

 
DepEd Davao City Division gears up for ISO 9001:2015 Certification PDF Print E-mail
By: Fritzie Ivy Jara

In pursuit to improve performance and to provide sound bases for sustainable initiatives, DepEd Davao City Division started its journey to the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Certification with a Division-wide Awareness Seminar-Workshop last July 16-17, 2018 at the Apo View Hotel, Davao City. The seminar was participated by the Division Office’s top management and all non-teaching personnel. Succeeding activities included the preparation of Quality Policy, Objectives, Procedures, Plans, and Risk Assessment.

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ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Awareness Seminar

One significant result in line with the ISO preparation is the full implementation of the 5S (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain). Relevant improvements in the work stations and surroundings evidently manifested everyone’s active participation. The first 5S Evaluation conducted last August 30, 2018 has positively impacted progress in all offices’ daily transactions.  The next round of 5S Evaluation will be randomly scheduled including another criteria, the 6th S, Safety. Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, Schools Division Superintendent, gladly encouraged everyone to continue improving until the culture of excellence is established.

After identifying the Internal Audit Team, ISO 19001:2011 Internal Quality Audit Training was conducted in order to train identified Internal Auditors on the procedures of Internal Audit. The two-day training effectively enhanced the auditing skills of all auditors.alt

ISO 19001:2011 Internal Quality Audit Training

Schools and learning centers were visited for a compliance audit on the implementation and monitoring of DepEd Programs, Projects, and Activities at their level. The first compliance audit has been conducted starting September 17, 2018 to the following schools: Pilar P. Rodriguez Integrated School, ALS Learning Center in Davao Central District, Davao City Special School, Mabini National High School, Davao City National High School, St. Martha’s Day Care and Tutorial Center- Kindergarten, Holy Cross of Davao – Bajada, Philippine Nikkei Jin Kai International School, Samson Polytechnic College of Davao, Inc., Ateneo de Davao University (Elementary), and Philippine Women’s College of Davao. Internal Audit at the Division level shall then follow to check the organization’s own requirements for its Quality Management System, its implementation and maintenance. Internal Audits independently work to verify the implementation, monitoring and technical assistance provided to schools, learning centers, and offices.alt

Compliance Audit

The Division ISO Team, led by Mr. Emmanuel Alpha D. Sicam, has been closely working with various offices to help improve the delivery of various services. SDS Asuncion continuously challenge all Division employees to do their part and help provide a world-class quality service to customers. “After undergoing ISO certification’s tedious processes, in the end, this is something that we, in DepEd Davao City Division will be proud of,” SDS Asuncion appreciatively remarked.

 

 
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