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Sharing of Deped Email and Password

Attached herewith is OUA Memorandum Number 01-1019-0386 signed by Undersecretary Alain Del B. Pascua on the sharing of DepEd Email and Password.

Teachers and other non-teaching personnel are strictly prohibited to share their account details to anyone especially to private lending institutions who uses the DepEd Email to verify if an employee is indeed a DepEd employee.

School ICT Coordinators are hereby encouraged to orient the school community of the possible consequences once their account details are shared with anyone.

Lastly, the creation and reset of password are only coursed through the School ICT Coordinators and Division Information Technology Officer who follows an electronic procedure of account management.

Wide and immediate dissemination of this Memorandum is desired.


We have received several reports that DepEd Emails and passwords are in possession of private lending institutions. We have encountered several instances where staff of such companies have posted in the DepEd Workplace about their agencies’ loan services and other marketing ads.

In accordance with the DepEd Order No. 85, s. 2012 – “Policy on the Establishment of DepEd Email Service“, the Department of Education (DepEd) established the DepEd Email Service as one of the official means of communication; for use by its permanent employees and authorized consultants, personnel, and staff, as such it is hereby reiterated that DepEd Emails are properties of the government. DepEd Emails and passwords must be kept confidential and must not be shared especially to groups and agencies that are not under the Department of Education.

For strict compliance.

Alain Del B. Pascua

Sharing of Deped Email and Password
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