CSC chair inaugurates P5M building in Quirino

  • August 03, 2017
  • Thelma C. Bicarme

DIFFUN, Quirino, August 3 (PIA) - -The Civil Service Commission (CSC) here has just inaugurated its newly constructed two-storey building worth P5 million at Brgy. Andres Bonifacio here with Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa Bala as guest of honor.


Bala said the construction of CSC building here is a manifestation of the efficient and excellent services of the Commission to its clients.


The building, she said will be be used as venue of meetings and conferences of the personnel officers and it is also open to the public.


Noemi Bustamante, CSC Quirino provincial director, thanked the municipal government headed by Mayor Marlo Guillermo for allowing the CSC to use the municipal government’s lot through a usufruct agreement.


Bustamante also expressed gratitude to the provincial government thru Gov. Junie Cua for the continuous support to the Commission.


The personnel officers who attended the building inauguration said that with the construction of two storey CSC building in the province, the clients will already be comfortable while transacting official business with the office such as application for Civil Service examinations and eligibilities.


This year, the CSC facilitated the application of some  815 Civil Service Examination examinees in the Professional and Sub-professional levels from this provinces and from other provinces. (ALM/TCB/PIA 2-Quirino)

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