N. Cotabato guv assures CSC of high standards of gov't service

By Noel Punzalan

June 26, 2018, 7:15 pm

<p>North Cotabato Gov. Emmylou Mendoza (2nd left) welcomes Civil Service Commission 12 officials, led by Director Resurrecion Pueyo (2nd right), Ma. Josefina Buenbrazo (left) and a staff at the governor’s office in Kidapawan City. <em><strong>(Photo by North Cotabato information office)</strong></em></p>

North Cotabato Gov. Emmylou Mendoza (2nd left) welcomes Civil Service Commission 12 officials, led by Director Resurrecion Pueyo (2nd right), Ma. Josefina Buenbrazo (left) and a staff at the governor’s office in Kidapawan City. (Photo by North Cotabato information office)

KIDAPAWAN CITY--North Cotabato Governor Emmylou Mendoza has assured the Civil Service Commission (CSC) of the provincial government's commitment to live by the highest standards of public service.

Mendoza made the assurance when she met CSC regional officials, led by Regional Director Resurrecion Pueyo, at the governor’s office on Monday.

The governor told Pueyo that the provincial government, through its various programs, has been serving its constituents with the highest standards of public service.

Pueyo and Ma. Josefina Buenbrazo, CSC Field Office Director for North Cotabato, paid a courtesy call on Mendoza as part of CSC efforts to intensify existing programs for all civil servants.

“I assured CSC that the provincial government of North Cotabato adheres to the endeavor of delivering truthful and quality service to the public,” Mendoza said.

Pueyo was recently named CSC regional director for Region 12 (Soccsksargen), which comprises the provinces of North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, and Sarangani and the cities of Cotabato, Kidapawan, Tacurong, Koronadal, and Gen. Santos.

She lauded the advocacy of the governor through her “Serbisyong Totoo” programs that bring basic government services of the local government unit to the farthest communities in the province.

Mendoza said provincial capitol workers are under strict orders to serve the constituents and "let them feel that government really works."

She said clients of provincial government offices feel that services have improved since President Rodrigo Duterte issued a directive to cut short the waiting time for individuals seeking permits. (PNA)

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