The Committee on the Presidential Lingkod Bayan and CSC Pagasa Awards and the Committee on Outstanding Public Officials and Employees (Dangal ng Bayan) announce the shortlisted national qualifiers and semi-finalists, respectively, of the 2016 Search for Outstanding Government Workers. The Honor Awards Program (HAP) Secretariat requests your feedback on the candidates of the Search. Thank you.
After the Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao leg of the Anti-Red Tape or ARTA Caravan, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) takes the campaign to Palawan in collaboration with the Partnerships for Integrity and Jobs Project Office (Project I4J) and City Government of Puerto Princesa.
The three-day ARTA Caravan, which aims to engage the citizenry in improving public service delivery by increasing awareness on the anti-red tape campaign and on citizens’ rights and responsibilities as clients or consumers of government services, will be held from 26-28 September 2016 at the Atrium, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
“To keep up with the gains in the implementation of the ARTA Program, we have to come up with innovative ways to raise the public’s consciousness that they are entitled to the highest quality of service from the government. Banking on the positive feedback received during the first three legs of the Caravan, we have to push this initiative especially now that we have Project I4J and the City Government of Puerto Princesa onboard,” said CSC Chairperson Alicia dela-Rosa Bala.
At the onset of a new administration, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminds elective and appointive officials to observe civil service rules on appointments, particularly those that prohibit nepotism.
Book V, Title I(A), Chapter 8, Section 59 of Executive Order No. 292, also known as the Administrative Code of 1987, prohibits nepotic appointments or those made in favor of a relative of the appointing or recommending authority, or of the chief of bureau or office, or of the persons exercising immediate supervision over the appointee.