This study determined the current system of processes in the preparation of liquidation reports for DepEd Sorsogon Province Bulan II District public schools to identify systems needing to be developed to address the problems encountered in accomplishing liquidation reports. The evaluation of the developed system along with functionality, efficiency, usability, and reliability was undertaken. Respondents were composed of school heads, bookkeepers, disbursing officers, and BAC members from the sixteen (16) schools composing the Bulan II District. The study revealed that the majority of the respondents agreed upon the setbacks that the current system poses such as the redundant effort of encoding transactions. Thus, the proposed automated system of the process significantly improved the level of productivity providing accurate and reliable reports while eliminating redundant efforts. Adoption of the system is therefore recommended. Frequency count, percentage, weighted mean, and rank were the statistical tools utilized in analyzing data.