The Civil Service Commission (CSC) called on civil servants to take part in promoting Philippine culture by exemplifying public service values.

Pagmamahal sa Diyos at bayan at malasakit sa kapwa – these are values deeply ingrained in our culture. We can help preserve and cultivate them by practicing them in the way we, civil servants, deliver services to the public,” said CSC Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala.

The CSC made the statement as the nation celebrates the 54th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Anniversary this August. The celebration carries the theme, “ASEAN Connection: Remembering Southeast Asia’s Culture and Heritage,” which underscores the importance of cultural heritage preservation and its role in protecting local and national identity and pride.

With the recent onslaught of heavy rains, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) urged government agencies to adopt safety and health standards in the workplace to protect their employees from risks due to disasters and emergencies.

Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala said, “Hazards at work, especially those that may result from natural calamities such as volcanic activities and typhoons, may be inevitable but there are things we can do to prevent or at least minimize the negative impacts on people and property.”

She said that adequate preparation would help ensure the continuous delivery of services to the public amid any disruptive event.

Government workers may still submit entries to the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Online Photography Contest until 5 p.m. of 13 August 2021.

Each entry should adhere to the contest theme, Pagtugon ng Lingkod Bayani sa Patuloy na Hamon ng Pandemya, which aims to highlight images that show how the country’s civil servants or lingkod bayani faced the challenges of the pandemic.

Photo entries will be assessed on content and adherence to the theme, visual impact, creativity and originality, and photograph quality.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC), in partnership with, is inviting all government agencies to join the Government Online Career Fair (GOCF) to be held on 20-24 September 2021 as part of the 121st Philippine Civil Service Anniversary.

Government agencies may register from 5-25 August 2021 through the JobStreet Philippines website at

The GOCF is a yearly event that brings together government agencies and job seekers to facilitate applications and possible hiring.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) extended the deadline of entries to the National Song Writing Contest until 31 July.

Government workers, including Job Orders and Contracts of Service, may still submit entries to the CSC Regional Office (ROs) to which they belong. For the complete email addresses of CSC ROs, refer to

Interested contestants may access the mechanics and entry form via

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