I am grateful to President Rodrigo R. Duterte for the opportunity to have served under his administration, a productive chapter in my life that allowed me to work to make a difference in the lives of our people. I am likewise blessed to be allowed to continue to serve our kababayan as the Chairperson of the Civil Service Commission. Maraming salamat po, Mr. President.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) welcomed the ad interim appointment of former Cabinet Secretary Karlo Alexei B. Nograles as its new chairperson.

“Chairperson Nograles’ sterling public sector experience is a welcome addition to CSC. I am sure his leadership stint at the executive and legislative branches, and his experience bringing together the different agencies of government as CabSec especially during a time of global crisis, would be helpful in the CSC’s mission to professionalize a 1.7-million strong civil service. We are excited to hear about his plans and work with him,” Commissioner Aileen Lourdes A. Lizada said.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) said that examinees of the Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) to be held on 13 March 2022 must wear a face mask and face shield or be denied entry to the testing venue.

The CSC clarified, though, that examinees may lift or remove the face shield during test proper to maximize good vision and reading of the test materials. But, examinees must strictly wear their face mask for the entire duration of the examination.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) urged government offices to review their service processes amid reports of slow service from dissatisfied clients.

Based on reports received by CSC through its Contact Center ng Bayan (CCB), majority of complaints related to the quality of government frontline services were about “slow service” and it consistently ranked as the topmost concern since 2013.

A teacher’s passion for teaching begets students’ love for learning. This was proven by a civil servant from Sorsogon City who took up the challenge of making his students fall in love with Mathematics, a typically dreaded subject.

Markson B. Mejia, a former teacher at Celestino G. Tabuena National High School, introduced a variety of teaching tools and methods to spark the interest of students on Mathematics and dispel their fear of numbers. He created a fun learning environment where students could memorize and apply formula and problem-solving techniques through games, puzzles, and jingles.

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