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State workforce must be dynamic, resilient -CSC

SAN JOSE, Antique (PIA) -- The Civil Service Commission (CSC) believes that a dynamic and resilient government workforce is crucial in ensuring public service excellence and continuity.

In an interview, CSC Antique Field Office director Andre L. Ladigohon said that there is a need to integrate dynamism among career service workers in order to develop strong and resilient government institutions.

As the country observes the 123rd Philippine Civil Service Anniversary (PCSA) this September, Ladigohon noted that the annual celebration seeks to establish a bureaucracy driven by dynamic employees, sustainable leadership and management, and a resilient organization, with relevance to the 10-year PCSA theme.

In 2021, CSC introduced the overarching PCSA theme for the next decade, “Transforming Public Service in the Next Decade: Honing Agile and Future-Ready Servant-Heroes,” which mirrors the collective experiences of civil service employees amid the new normal.

The theme is also a testament to the continued pursuit of digital transformation and innovations in order to secure quality and uninterrupted public service delivery through civil servants adaptable to changes and capable of enduring difficulties.

The first week of the celebration, dubbed “Linggo ng Lingkod Bayani,” highlights nationwide launching activities and the achievements of government workers, while the second week, “Linggo ng Paglilinang ng Yamang Tao,” emphasizes learning and development (L&D) programs and current trends in the public sector human resource (HR).

For the third week, titled “Linggo ng Malasakit,” CSC seeks to amplify advocacy campaigns through activities such as Plant-Run 2023, Bloodletting Activity, and the Government Online Career Fair (GOCF) on September 18-22.

Meanwhile, the fourth and final week will consist of a public sector HR symposium, recognition rites, medical mission of government workers, and a family day celebration as a way to express gratitude for the valuable support of civil servants and other stakeholders.

In Antique, some of the activities prepared by CSC, together with the Council of Human Resource Management Practitioners-Antique (CHRMPA) and partner local government units (LGUs), are a bloodletting activity at Robinsons 

Antique on September 5, a tree-planting activity in Patnongon town on Sept. 8, and a community outreach activity in Barbaza town on Sept. 18.

CSC Antique also invites the public to the Color Fun Run and Bike Fest on September 20 with the assembly point at the University of Antique (UA), details of which may be found on their official Facebook page. (AGP/BPS with reports from the Civil Service Commission/Photos courtesy of CSC Antique Field Office)

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