4th Quarter issue of the Civil Service Reporter for 2019
Posted January 15, 2020
FROM THE CHAIRPERSON’S DESK:
Remembering our Filipino values this Yuletide season
We have longed for this time of the year when we can wind down, celebrate a year’s worth of achievements, reflect on our deeds, and be simply grateful for everything. The CSC joins you in all these activities brought by the Yuletide season.
We hope that, amid the festivities, we can help each Filipino take time to remember our values as a nation. Our short feature on public service values is coupled with highlighted quotes from some of the nation’s Outstanding Public Servants to inspire civil servants and the aspiring ones. We also urge citizens to nominate for the next year’s Search to recognize outstanding contributions to the public service.
Driven by our commitment to the continuous improvement of public service to Filipino people, we deliver the good news of CSC’s submission of its updated Citizen’s Charter to the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) in compliance with the Republic Act No. 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act (EODB EGSD).
Stories about our active participation in the 18-Day Campaign to End Violence Against Women (VAW), and the laws and policies against sexual violence highlight how we Filipinos value women in our society. These stories also underscore CSC’s steadfast commitment toward women empowerment and gender equality.
To inspire government agencies to continually transform HR practices and systems, we have included in this issue HR articles featuring CSI’s 4th quarter Leadership Series, Green HRM forum, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ PRIME-HRM journey, and CSC’s message to local chief executives.
These, among other stories, can be found in this issue and we hope you enjoy the read.
We are deeply grateful for your continuous support. As we bid this year farewell, let me, on behalf of the CSC, extend to you our warm greetings of Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
ALICIA dela ROSA-BALA