The Civil Service Commission announces the start of the 2014 Search for Outstanding Public Officials and Employees under the Honor Awards Program (HAP) pursuant to CSC Memorandum Circular No. 25, s. 2013. The Search covers three award categories: the Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award, Outstanding Public Officials and Employees or the Dangal ng Bayan, and CSC Pagasa Awards.
Heads of agencies and state workers are enjoined to participate actively by submitting nominations to this prestigious Search. The 2014 HAP Guidelines and nomination forms may be downloaded at the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph. Deadline for submission of nominations is on March 31, 2014.
On the other hand, in compliance with CSC MC No. 26, s. 2013, all government agencies are also enjoined to produce and post the 2014 Search banner in their respective agencies. The desired size of the banner is 7 feet x 5 feet. A softcopy of the banner is posted at www.csc.gov.ph and honorawardsprogram.wordpress.com.
Inquiries on the 2014 HAP may be sent to the HAP Secretariat at telephone numbers (02) 931-7993 and (02) 932-0381, (02) 932-0111, TexCSC 0917-8398272 or e-mail email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Civil Service Commission as a member of the Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women And Their Children (IACVAWC) and a partner of the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW), has been continuously making efforts to advocate and perform its mandate with regard to VAW initiatives.
With the theme “End VAW Now! It’s Our Duty!,” this year’s 18-Day Campaign to End VAWC emphasizes the importance of having a functional mechanism, operated by competent and capable duty-bearers with a sense of responsibility and accountability, and a deep understanding of the fundamental principles of gender-based violence and the provisions of VAW laws.
In line with this, government offices and the local media are encouraged to support the campaign and play the promotional video produced by the PCW which is available on YouTube (key words: end VAW, PCW).
Please click the link to view the CSC Announcement on the Integrity Development Contest:csc announcement 63, s.2013
Government employees in areas severely affected by Typhoon Yolanda may be exempted from work but with pay, to start from the first working day following the onslaught of the typhoon until such time that conditions in the area have normalized or as may be determined by the head of agency. They should make known to their agency heads that they would seek exemption from work.
Please click the link to view the press release: news release_ alt work arrangements for gov’t workers