DO 16, s. 1986 – Allocation of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenditures (MOOE) for Administration/Supervision, Project Development and Program Monitoring in the Field Services
April 16, 1986
DO 16, s. 1986
Allocation of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenditures (MOOE) for Administration/Supervision, Project Development and Program Monitoring in the Field Services
To: Deputy Ministers
Heads of Private Schools, Colleges and Universities
- For expediency in evaluating educational programs and projects, the use of the maintenance and other operating expenditures shall henceforth be categorized into Administration/Supervision, Project Development and Program Monitoring. This refers to the MOOE component of the Sub-Cash Disbursement Ceilings (SCDC) received by the regional directors for the schools divisions, national secondary and tertiary schools/colleges and the regional office proper.
- Expenditures under Project Development shall cover the MOOE expenses related to activities directly benefiting students, such as school libraries, remedial instruction, and school health, or for strengthening the delivery of educational service, such as curriculum development and staff development. Expenditures under Program Monitoring shall cover the cost of diagnostic/achievement test booklets of a testing program and supplies for the Educational Management Information System (EMIS). Administration/Supervision covers the ordinary office expenses of school, district, division and regional offices.
- However, disbursements under all three activities shall be entered in the books of accounts observing the proper account code (from Account 02 for travel expenses to Account 20 for extraordinary expenses) in the National Government Chart of Accounts. It is anticipated that disbursements under project development and program monitoring may fall mostly under Supplies and Materials, or Account 07. Travel schedules in connection with the administration of the testing program may be timed with the regular travel of supervisors, with their expenses chargeable against the MOOE component for Administration/Supervision.
- In this regard, the following percent allocation of the quarterly regional MOOE shall be observed:
Elementary Education 60% 25% 15% Secondary Education 30% 60% 10% Higher Education 30% 60% 10% Regional Office Proper 60% 10% 30%
- However, 30 percent of the regional quarterly MOOE allocation for elementary education may be reserved by the regional office, and the remaining balance shall be apportioned to the various schools divisions as shown in the Sample Computation in Annex “A”, attached. The reserve may be used in turn for CDC augmentation releases in amounts subject to the discretion of the regional director to improve the less developed schools divisions in his region. Each release shall, likewise, be categorized into Administration/Supervision, Project Development and Program Monitoring and shall be covered by a Program of Expenditures.
- For expediency in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the above-cited activities, each schools division national school/college and the regional office shall prepare the quarterly MOOE program of expenditures and maintain separate subsidiary ledgers on disbursements for Project Development and Program Monitoring.
- The Regional Planning Unit shall consolidate the program of expenditures submitted for all schools divisions, national schools/colleges and various promotional divisions in the regional office proper. The disbursement reports of schools division and national schools/colleges shall reconcile with the submitted program of expenditures. Any departure there from shall be explained/justified by the reporting schools division, school or college concerned. The totals for Project Development and Program Monitoring shall be shown as short extended balances in the Trial Balance of national school/college and the regional office proper.
- Compliance herewith is desired, effective from CY 1986.
(SGD.) LOURDES R. QUISUMBING
Incl.: As stated
Allotment: 1-2–(D.O. 1-76)
To be indicated in the Perpetual – Index under the following subjects: