Salary increase for gov't workers to be given in salary differentials




In accordance with the National Budget Circular No. 579 issued by the Department of Budget and Management dated January 24, 2020, regarding the implementation of the first tranche of the SSL 5 for civilian personnel, the DBM shall release to the agencies concerned the Special Allotment Release Orders (SAROs) to implement the first tranche of the salary adjustment prescribed under RA No. 11466.

It is then expected that the increase will be given as salary differential after the pertinent documents are accomplished. In 2019, gov't workers waited for a few months before they receive the differential.

13.0 Release of Funds

13.1 The DBM shall release to the agencies concerned the Special Allotment Release Orders (SAROs) to implement the first tranche of the salary adjustment prescribed under RA No. 11466, to wit:

13.1.1 For the full year requirements of the salary adjustment, based on data from the Government Manpower Information System, chargeable against the MBPF under the FY 2020 GAA; and

13.1.2 For the related fixed expenditures of regular personnel, i.e,. RLIP requirements, chargeable against automatic appropriations.

13.1.3 The SARO shall be released directly to the operating units of the agencies concerned based on the number of filled positions as of December 31, 2019.

13.2 The DBM shall issue the corresponding Notice of Cash Allocation, with a monthly breakdown, to cover the total annual requirement, i.e., January 2020 to December 2020, for this salary adjustment and related fixed expenditures, consistent with applicable guidelines.

13.3 Additional release of funds for newly filled positions after December 31, 2019, cut-off date cited above shall be subject to the submission by the agency of the following:


13.3.1 Information on the item numbers, positions and salary grades, names of incumbents, salaries, and date of assumption to duty:

13.3.2 Latest Statement of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations, Disbursements, and Balances, highlighting the number of allotments received and corresponding obligations and disbursements incurred for salary adjustments.





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