Civil Service Commission (CSC) Photo Release: CSC Chairman Francisco T. Duque III swears in Arthur Luis P. Florentin as the new Executive Director of the Civil Service Institute (CSI). Commissioners Robert S. Martinez and Nieves L. Osorio witness the oath-taking. Florentin brings to CSC his decades of experience in HR and OD.
n 2013, the CSC was certified ISO 9001:2008, a set standard for the quality management system of an institution or organization (International Organization for Standardization), compliant for its cases adjudication process, which requires the Commission to resolve cases ripe for resolution within 40 days from the time of submission of last pleading. This standard guarantees the public that cases filed with the CSC are handled with utmost efficiency.
Anyone who wishes to obtain his or her Career Service Eligibility may opt to take the Civil Service Commission (CSC) exams through the new computerized system.
Close to 200,000 examinees will take the Career Service Examinations on April 6 in 52 schools designated as testing centers nationwide.
In accordance with its constitutional mandate to adopt measures to promote morale, efficiency, integrity, responsiveness, and courtesy in the civil service, as well as to strengthen the merit and awards systems, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) administers an annual, nationwide Honor Awards Program (HAP).
Do you know someone you believe is an outstanding public servant; someone you think is worthy to be called a Lingkod Bayani? The Civil Service Commission (CSC) is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Search for Outstanding Public Officials and Employees.
Signed on March 15, 2012: Deferment of the Use of the Revised Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) Form.
All heads of constitutional bodies; departments, bureaus and agencies of the National Government; Local Government Units; Government-Owned
and/or Controlled Corporations with original charters; and State Colleges and Universities.
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