The Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 6 (CSCRO6) Regional Multi-Sector Advisory Council (RMSAC) meet on December 3, 2014 in Iloilo City. Ms. Aileen S. Obligacion, Officer-in-charge, Public Assistance and Liaison Division (right) presents the result of the Performance Governance System and Investors in People audits conducted in CSCRO6. Updates on the Anti-Red Tape Act Report Card Survey, Contact Center ng Bayan, Civil Service Institute Leadership Series, and Career Service Examination were also tackled during the meeting. Also in this picture are Director III Raymund F. Gonzales (second from right); Dr. Luis M. Sorolla Jr., RMSAC Chairperson (center); Director IV Rodolfo B. Encajonado (second from left); and Mr. Jacinto Celerian, President, Association of Government Retirees, Inc. (left).
Ms. Mary Grace A. Leysa, Administrative Aide VI (center) of the Examination Services Division, Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 6, receives a Letter of Commendation for giving quality public service to one of the clients of the Office. Also in this photo are Director III Raymund F. Gonzales (right) and Mr. Eric A. Quisto, Officer-in-charge, ESD (left).
Mr. Megel G. Tembrevilla, Personnel Specialist I (center) of the Public Assistance and Liaison Division, CSC RO6, receives a Letter of Commendation for giving the extra mile in public service. Also in this photo are Director III Raymund F. Gonzales (right) and Ms. Aileen S. Obligacion, OIC, PALD (left).
Ms. Kristine Estorque, Personnel Specialist II of the Civil Service Commission Negros Occidental Field Office gives the Certificate of Recognition under the Gantimpala Agad Award (GAA) to Dr. Fatima G. Bullos, President, La Carlota City College and her technical staff: Dr. Maylin M. Tongcua, Ms. Mary Hope Q. Ayson, and Ms. Arly M. Panaguiton on November 19, 2014. The GAA is a program of the CSC which gives immediate recognition to government officials and employees for their prompt, courteous, efficient, and honest delivery of public service.
Members of the Civil Service Commission Region 6 Multi-Sectoral Advisory Council (CSC- RMSAC) gather on September 30, 2014 at the West Visayas State University in Iloilo City for their quarterly meeting. RMSAC Chairperson Dr. Luis M. Sorolla Jr. (second from right), who is also the President of the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC), presided the meeting. The agenda covered the latest issuances of the CSC as well as updates on the 114th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary, CSC Computerized Examination (COMEX)), and Anti-Red Tape Act Report Card Survey (ARTA RCS). Director IV Rodolfo B. Encajonado (center) and Director III Raymund F. Gonzales (third from left) were also present during the meeting.
The Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 6 (CSCRO6) supports the celebration of the National Statistics Month (NSM) this October.
Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 647 signed by then President Corazon C. Aquino on September 20, 1990, the month of October will be the National Statistics Month.
In the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Memorandum Circular No. 01-14, this year’s theme is “NSM at 25 and Beyond: Solid and Responsive Philippine Statistical System in Support of Globalization and Regional Economic Integration.”
The observance of the said event aims to promote, enhance, and instill nationwide awareness and appreciation of the importance and value of statistics to the different sectors of society and elicit the cooperation and support of the public in upgrading the quality and standards of statistics in the country.
In line with the activity, the PSA requests participating agencies to display the NSM streamer in their building facade throughout the month of October. Activities in support of the event such as symposia, workshops, orientation seminars, exhibits, slide shows, and publication of statistical reports, indicators, and other relevant information may also be undertaken.
For more information on the NSM, please visit the PSA website http://www.psa.gov.ph.