The Civil Service Commission (CSC) recently released the result of the Anti-Red Tape Act Report Card Survey (ARTA-RCS) for 2016.
The ARTA-RCS is a client feedback survey used to gather information on how government offices comply with the provisions of their Citizen’s Charter, obtain information/estimates of hidden costs incurred by clients accessing frontline services, and rate agency’s performance and client satisfaction in relation to frontline service delivery.
Despite experiencing mild stroke, School Principal III Noel A. Polaron of Belison National School, Belison, Antique, played a key role in the school’s success. His unparalleled commitment raised the quality of education and ignited the spirit of volunteerism among faculty, students, and parents. This extraordinary act and consistent demonstration of exemplary ethical behavior, made Mr. Polaron a Dangal ng Bayan Awardee of the CSC in the 2016 Honor Awards Program (HAP). Mr. Polaron is the sole national winner out of 12 regional winners from region 6.
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) calls for nominations to the 2017 Search for Outstanding Government Workers, an annual Search that forms part of CSC’s Honor Awards Program (HAP).
The HAP is open to all elective and appointive officials and employees holding permanent, temporary, coterminous, contractual, and casual status of employment in the government, whether stationed in the Philippines or abroad. Appointive barangay officials and employees may be nominated upon meeting certain conditions. For group nominees, maximum number of members is 10. Posthumous nominations may also be made for a public official or employee who died in the line of duty or in the pursuit of his/her official duties and responsibilities in the last 12 months.
The Civil Service Commission Regional Office VI (CSC RO VI) recently released its Training Plan for 2017.
As the central human resource institution of the government, CSC shall be responsible for the coordination and integration of a continuing program of personnel development in the first and second levels.
Per Civil Service Commission Examination Advisory No. 03, s. 2017 dated January 11, 2017, the CSC announces that there will be no conduct of the Fire Officer Examination (FOE) and Penology Officer Examination (POE) for 2017.
Existing policy prescribes the conduct of FOE and POE in 2016 and every other year thereafter. As such, said examinations will be conducted again in 2018. An examination announcement will be issued by the CSC by the 4th quarter of 2017.