Issue of March 4, 2018
Mt. Province

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Search for outstanding gov’t workers ongoing
by PIA release

The Civil Service Commission-Cordillera is urging Human Resource Management Officers (HRMOs) to submit nominations to the 2018 Search for Outstanding Government Workers.

George A. Manzano, chief HR specialist of CSC-Cordillera, said that the CSC through Memorandum Circular 32, s. 2017 announced that the agency is accepting nominations to the 2018 Search for Outstanding Government Workers.

The deadline of submission of nominations to the CSC regional office or to any of its provincial or city field offices will be on March 30.

The CSC conducts the annual search to recognize public service exemplars in the bureaucracy. It covers elective and appointive officials and employees holding permanent, temporary, co-terminous, contractual, and casual status of employment in the government, whether stationed in the Philippines or abroad.

Appointive barangay officials and employees may also be nominated upon meeting certain conditions.

The search has three award categories – The Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award, the Outstanding Public Officials and Employees or Dangal ng Bayan Award, and the Civil Service Commission Pag-asa Award.

The Cordillera used to be a goldmine of nominees and awardees of the Honor Awards Program (HAP), but there was a decline in the number of HAP awardees from the region in the last two years.

In 2016, the region produced one awardee and no one made it in 2017, Manzano said.

“We hope to share stories of competence, determination, self-sacrifice, and integrity in government as a testament to the fact that many public servants go the extra mile without expectation of reward,” Manzano said in enjoining HRMOs to nominate their officials and employees who have done extraordinary contributions that have impact in the furtherance of public service or have demonstrated exemplary ethical behavior.

Guidelines and nomination forms are available at

Interested parties may also contact the HAP Secretariat at (02) 931-7993 or (02) 932-0381, email / /, or visit the nearest CSC regional or field offices.

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