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CSC sets April 30 as Deadline for SALN Filing PDF Print E-mail
This was a reminder by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) posted on its website, www.csc.gov.ph.

It also advised state workers to use the 1994 version of the SALN Form as the Annual Declaration Form introduced in 2008 will no longer be used as it does not comply with relevant laws.

The CSC portal offers a downloadable copy of the SALN Form.

“Let us not overlook the importance of filing the SALN. As government workers, it is our sworn duty to serve the public with utmost transparency and accountability.  It is also a constant reminder that we should not use our positions for personal gain,” said CSC Chair Francisco T. Duque.

The SALN is a comprehensive record of a declarant's assets, liabilities, net worth, business interests, financial connections and relatives in government.

Republic Act 6713, or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees, requires all those working in government, regardless of position, to file their SALN annually.

The Commission said the SALN should reflect information as of December 31, 2009.  Furthermore, the CSC emphasized that the SALN is made “under oath,” which means all information indicated in the form should be truthful and accurate.

Falsification of information or failure to supply the required data may be subject to disciplinary or criminal action under RA 6713. (PIA/PN)

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