Guidelines on the Utilization of FY 2024 Human Resource Development Fund

1. The Department of Education (DepEd), through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP), is faithful to its mandate of ensuring equitable access of teachers and school leaders to responsive, data-driven, and targeted professional development programs, pursuant to DepEd Order No. 011, s. 2019 or the Implementation of the NEAP Transformation and Section 18. (e) of Republic Act No. 11713 also known as the Excellence in Teacher Education Act.

2. This undertaking is anchored on the constitutional mandate of the Department to provide every Filipino with access to quality basic education through the conduct of programs, projects, and activities (PPAs) aimed towards the continuing professional development (PD) of its personnel especially in schools and learning centers.

3. To this end, a total of Two Hundred Ninety-Three Million Pesos and 00/100 (Php 293,000,000.00) FY 2024 Human Resource Development (HRD) Fund shall be downloaded to the DepEd Regional Offices (Enclosure 1) to be made available for the use of their respective public schools following the guidelines outlined in this issuance and in consonance with the provisions of DepEd Order No. 030, s. 2021 titled Multi-Year Implementing Guidelines on the Allocation and Utilization of the Human Resource Development Fund for Teachers and School Leaders.

4. Prioritization of Programs for the Program Support Fund (PSF) and In-Service
Training (INSET) Funds

5. The following activities may be charged against the FY 2024 PSF:

6. The allowable expenses are the following:

7. Process of Fund Utilization (Enclosure 2)

8. Quality Assurance of all PD Programs Developed by the ROs and SDOs

9. All enclosures referred to in this issuance may be downloaded from the link

10. For inquiries and concerns, please contact the National Educators Academy of the Philippines, Second Floor, Mabini Building, Department of Education Central Office, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, through email or landline (02) 8638-8638

11. Immediate dissemination of this issuance is directed.