CSC recognizes outstanding gov’t agencies, LGUs in CL

    CLARK  FREEPORT  —  Outstanding  government  agencies  and  local  government  units  (LGUs) in Central Luzon were cited by the Civil  Service Commission (CSC) on Wednesday.

    The  awarding  is  an  annual  undertaking  of  the  CSC  that  recognizes  government  officials  and  employees  who  have  displayed  outstanding work performances.

    The  conferment  of  honor  awards  aims  to  motivate  or  inspire  government  employees  to  improve the quality of their performance and in-still deeper involvement in public service, CSC  regional director Nelson Sarmiento said.

    The  awardees  of  Program  to  Institutionalize  Meritocracy  and  Excellence  in  Human  Re-source Management Maturity Level II were the  municipal  governments  of  Sta.  Maria  in  Bula-can, Plaridel Water District of Bulacan, and the  city government of Balanga.

    Also cited were Baliwag Water District general  manager  Artemio  Baylosis  for  individual  category  and  the  Synergist  from  the  municipal  government  of  Bulacan  for  group  category  which  also  qualified  as  semi-finalists  to  the  CSC Pag-asa Award.

    Garnering  an  excellent  rating  in  the  2015  Anti-Red  Tape  Act  Report  Card  Survey  were  the city government of Olongapo and Philippine  Health Insurance Corp. Local Health Insurance  Offices  in  Iba,  Zambales;  Balanga  City;  Olon-gapo  City;  Cabanatuan  City;  Sta.  Maria,  Bula-can; Malolos City; and City of San Fernando as  well as its Express Offices in Nueva Ecija, Mar-quee  Mall,  Angles  City,  and  Pampanga  Busi-ness Center.

    Included were the offices of the Land Trans-portation Office namely the Nueva Ecija Licensing  Center,  Baloc  District  Office  in  Nueva  Ecija, Capas Extension Office in Tarlac, Sta. Maria  Extension Office in Bulacan, Balanga Extension  Office  in  Bataan,  San  Fernando  District  Office  in Pampanga, and the Angeles District Office.

    The  awardees  from  the  Bureau  of  Internal  Revenue  were  the  Revenue  District  Offices  in  North Nueva Ecija, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, North Pampanga, South Pampanga and  Paniqui in Tarlac.

    Also  receiving  the  same  award  were  the  Land Registration Authority offices in San Jose  City, Angeles City, and Tarlac City and the Philippine Statistics Authority Office in Bulacan. 

    All  branches  of  Home  Development  Mutual  Fund,  Government  Service  Insurance  Sys-tem (GSIS), and Social Security System (SSS)  were also conferred the recognition awards.  

    GSIS  Iba,  Zambales  received  a  3-Star  Award while SSS Mariveles was 5-Star Awardee for the category of Citizen Satisfaction Center Seal of Excellence Award.  

    “We  hope  that  you,  as  models  and  exemplars,  will  become  viral  and  contagious  to  the  entire bureaucracy so that we will have a better,  more responsive, accessible curtsies and public service,” Sarmiento said.


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