300 HRMPs Gathered In Roxas City Yesterday
Civil Service Commission (CSC) – Capiz director lawyer Maria Lina P. Gonzaga said the participants may increase as the congress secretariat will still accommodate interested participants during the registration activity.
“Vital programs of the Commission will be discussed by CSC Chair Dr. Francisco T. Duque III who will grace the assembly with the theme “Leaping Towards Empowered HRMPs," said Gonzaga.
Capiz Council of Personnel Officers, Inc. (CPO) has also organized a media interaction with CSC Chair Francisco T. Duque III this afternoon.
The congress aims to strengthen partnerships and linkages of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) and other branches as well as instrumentalities of the government through empowered, enabled and revitalized HRMPs.
“It also aims to define true Capiceño hospitality,” said an article of the CSC – Capiz Field Office, adding that a concerted effort of all concerned sectors in the province will showcase the best of the place and its people.
CPO President and Capiz State University (CapSU) – Roxas City main campus Administrative Officer IV Johnny D. Dariagan said that a fellowship night sponsored by CapSU will cap the activities for the opening day of the congress.
The activity, hosted by CPO, is being conducted by the Regional Council of Personnel Officers (RCPO) in collaboration with CSC Regional Office 6.
Aside from the HRMPs, the gathering will also be graced by CSC officers from the central, regional and provincial offices in Western Visayas, some heads of government offices and local officials, among others.
The province has been unanimously chosen by the CSC Regional Office 6 and the Regional Council of Personnel Officers as the first provincial host outside of Iloilo City since the congress was conceptualized during a meeting last May.
The past two congresses were hosted by the Iloilo province. (JCM/AAL/PIA 6 Capiz)