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Bataan sets a culture of excellence

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  • Aida R. R.
  • 4 years ago

CAPITOL COMPOUND – Gov. Abet led the awarding of certificates of recognition to the different departments/offices under the Provincial Government of Bataan (PGB) during this morning’s traditional flag raising ceremony held at the Bataan People’s Center.

The awards are based on the results of the performances of the different departments and offices for the year 2017; wherein the parameters within the Performance Governance System and the Strategic Performance Management System of the Civil Service Commission are merged. The bases for measurement are: Strategic Initiatives – 50%; Whirlwind Accomplishments – 35% and Good Governance – 15% for a total of 100%.

Of the 29 departments and offices under the PGB, three (3) managed to land on the top 10% and are therefore classified as Best, namely: Metro Bataan Development Authority (MBDA), Management Information Systems Office (MISO), and the Accounting Office.

On the other hand, eight (8) offices landed on the Top 25% and were therefore adjudged as Better: Treasurer’s Office, Human Resource Management Office, JC Payumo Jr. Memorial Hospital, Orani District Hospital, Provincial Engineer’s Office, Social Welfare and Development Office, Information Office and the Office of the Provincial Governor.

The remaining 18 offices got a Good rating.

In his short message, Gov. Abet underscored the importance of measuring the performance of every office in setting a culture of excellence, that will pave the way for the attainment of the province’s mission of delivering excellent public service towards a better quality of life for all.

The hardworking governor also assured the provincial government employees that they are exerting best efforts to comply with all the supporting documents required by the DILG, CSC and COA to be able to provide the employees the incentives commensurate to their performance.

With report from Lorraine Balbaloza

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