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G1d - Awareness and Management of Risk:

The HEI is solvent, financially stable, and sustainable because of appropriate systems and structures that safeguard its
assets.
Presence of Systems o Relevant University
There are systems and structures that -Annual Planning policies and
implement financial strategy, annual operating - Admin. Manual procedures
plans, and budgets, to safeguard the HEI’s -OS for finance unit to be approved by BOR
assets.
o Organization chart
Extent of Implementation with specific
The governing body clearly identifies - structure of the
persons/teams for effective and efficient fiscal finance unit
management, including risk management o Annual operating
(e.g., operational, financial, reputational, plans
legal, and regulatory risk, among others). o Memos
o Minutes of meetings
A finance team studies, manages, and -strat plan o HEI risk
evaluates major financial investments. -fdu management
framework,
Program offerings and institutional projects - attach fs structures and
are supported by appropriate feasibility -moa/mou policies
studies. o Interviews with top
management,
Outcomes stakeholders
The HEI has safety nets put in place to - Annual inventory of assets
manage risks and protect assets. - Insurance
- Bonds of accountable officers
Effectiveness
There is evidence that the HEI is solvent, -financial reports
financially stable, and sustainable.
Other relevant information:

M1c - Quality Assurance Arrangements:


The HEI is reputable, sustainable, and relevant because of continuous quality improvement resulting from regular
monitoring and assessment of its operations.

Presence of Systems - Procedural Manual o Relevant pages in


There are QA mechanisms in place with - QOP Manuals
systems, structures, and metrics to assess the - QMS o Annual Report
operations of the HEI. - Strategic Plan o QA reports
- Annual Plan o Accreditation reports
Extent of Implementation - QOM o Proceedings of
The management conducts regular monitoring - Faculty Evaluation consultations
and assessment of operations, including - CSAT
management of the following: human - Accreditation
resources, faculty evaluation, learning - ISO o Minutes of meetings on
resources, support and student services, - EXECOM monitoring activities,
equipment and facilities, etc. - Faculty Profile addressing gaps between
- Library holdings targets and
There are regular evaluation and planning - Compliance to CHED,AACCUP and accomplishments
sessions by units/offices. other regulatory agencies o Program recognition/
authorization
The HEI gets feedback from stakeholders and Student evaluation o Interviews with
clients that they serve. administrators, faculty,
staff, students, and
Outcomes - external community
There is continuous quality improvement (CQI)
in the operations and management of the HEI.

Academic and support programs are kept


current and relevant because of the CQI
initiatives.

Effectiveness
There is evidence of continuous improvement
in the operations (e.g. financial and operational
sustainability, effective management of
academic offices) because of the QA
arrangements.

Other relevant information:

Notes on the Presentation of Evidence

Core Indicator: MANAGEMENT

1. Presence of a comprehensive management system that is efficient, effective, and responsive to challenges and
changes.
2. Extent to which management system is implemented among all stakeholders
3. Outcomes of management of operations, financial control, and quality assurance arrangements
4. Effectiveness of management as shown by the quantity and quality of outcomes and achieving the HEI’s VMG
5. While it is important to have a documented management system and its implementation, the weight of the
assessment goes to the quantity and quality of outcomes, the effectiveness of operations and development, and
impact on community/stakeholders.
6. Appropriateness of management structures to the mission and context of the HEI

Please summarize the outcomes resulting from effective management.