Civil Service Commission of the Philippines

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Civil Service Commission
Komisyon ng Serbisyo Sibil
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AbbreviationCSC
MottoBawat Kawani, Lingkod Bayani
FormationSeptember 19, 1900
HeadquartersCivil Service Commission, Central Office, IBP Road, Constitution Hills, 1126 Quezon City
Chairperson
Alicia dela Rosa-Bala
Websitecsc.gov.ph
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The Civil Service Commission of the Philippines (Filipino: Komisyon ng Serbisyo Sibil, abbreviated as CSC) is one of the three Constitutional Commissions of the Philippines with responsibility over the civil service. It is tasked with overseeing the integrity of government actions and processes. The commission was founded in 1900 through Act No. 5 of the Philippine Commission and was made a bureau in 1905.[1]

It has 16 regional offices throughout the country.

The other two Constitutional Commissions are the Commission on Elections and Commission on Audit.

Members[edit]

The 1987 Constitution staggered the terms of the members of the Constitutional Commissions. Of the first appointees, the Chairman would serve seven years (1st line), a Commissioner would serve five years (2nd line), and another Commissioner would serve three years (3rd line). Term refers to a fixed period, while tenure refers to the actual period that a person held office.

The names of the first Members of the CSC since 1987 were mentioned in Gaminde v. Commission on Audit.

Incumbents

  1. Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala
  2. Commissioner Leopoldo Roberto W. Valderosa Jr.
  3. Commissioner Aileen Lourdes A. Lizada
  4. Assistant Commissioner Ariel G. Ronquillo
  5. Assistant Commissioner David E. Cabanag Jr.
# Name Term start Term end Tenure start Tenure end Position Line Appointed by
1 Mario D. Yango February 2, 1987 February 2, 1990 January 22, 1985 May 31, 1991 Commissioner 3rd Corazon Aquino
2 Patricia A. Sto. Tomas February 2, 1987 February 2, 1994 January 30, 1988 March 4, 1995 Chairman 1st Corazon Aquino
3 Samilo N. Barlongay February 2, 1987 February 2, 1992 January 30, 1988 March 04, 1993 Commissioner 2nd Corazon Aquino
4 Ramon P. Ereñeta February 2, 1990 February 2, 1997 November 26, 1991 February 02, 1997 Commissioner 3rd Corazon Aquino
5 Thelma P. Gaminde February 2, 1992 February 2, 1999 June 11, 1993 February 2, 2000 Commissioner 2nd Fidel V. Ramos
6 Corazon Alma G. de Leon February 2, 1994 February 2, 2001 March 5, 1995 February 2, 2001 Chairman 1st Fidel V. Ramos
7 Jose F. Erestain, Jr. February 2, 1997 February 2, 2004 February 3, 1997 March 2004 Commissioner 3rd Fidel V. Ramos
8 J. Waldemar V. Valmores February 2, 1999 February 2, 2006 September 2000 September 2007 Commissioner 2nd Joseph Estrada
9 Karina Constantino David February 2, 2001 February 2, 2008 February 23, 2001 February 1, 2008 Chairman 1st Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
10 Cesar D. Buenaflor February 2, 2004 February 2, 2011 July 2004 February 2011 Commissioner 3rd Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
11 Mary Ann Z. Fernandez-Mendoza February 2, 2006 February 2, 2013 May 2006 February 2013 Commissioner 2nd Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
12 Ricardo L. Saludo February 2, 2008 February 2, 2015 April 1, 2008 September 30, 2009 Chairman 1st Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
13 Francisco T. Duque III February 2, 2008 February 2, 2015 February 3, 2010 2015 Chairman 1st Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
14 Rasol L. Mitmug February 2, 2011 February 2, 2018 April 4, 2011 2012 Commissioner 3rd Benigno Aquino III
15 Robert S. Martinez February 2, 2011 February 2, 2018 July 6, 2012 February 2, 2018 Commissioner 3rd Benigno Aquino III
16 Nieves L. Osorio February 2, 2013 February 2, 2020 March 20, 2013 March 20, 2013 Commissioner 2nd Benigno Aquino III
17 Alicia dela Rosa-Bala February 2, 2015 February 2, 2022 September 15, 2015 Chairman 1st Benigno Aquino III
18 Leopoldo Roberto W. Valderosa Jr. June 19, 2017 February 2, 2020 October 5, 2017 Commissioner 2nd Rodrigo Duterte

Career Executive Service Board[edit]

Pursuant to Executive Order No. 891, s. 2010 the Career Executive Service Board (CESB) is mandated to promulgate rules, standards and procedures on the selection, classification, compensation and career development of members of the Career Executive Service. In Eugenio vs. Civil Service Commission, G.R. No. 115863, March 31, 1995, the Supreme Court recognized the existence, mandate and authority of the CESB over third level positions, and its autonomy from the Civil Service Commission (CSC)."

Organizational Structure[edit]

  • OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN
  • OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS
  • OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS
  • OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
  • COMMISSION SECRETARIAT AND LIAISON OFFICE
  • OFFICE FOR LEGAL AFFAIRS
  • EXAMINATION, RECRUITMENT, AND PLACEMENT OFFICE
  • OFFICE FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
  • CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
  • OFFICE FOR STRATEGY MANAGEMENT
  • INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICE
  • HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES AND STANDARDS OFFICE
  • INTEGRATED RECORDS MANAGEMENT OFFICE
  • HUMAN RESOURCE RELATIONS OFFICE
  • OFFICE FOR FINANCIAL AND ASSETS MANAGEMENT
  • PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND INFORMATION OFFICE

Publications[edit]

  • Philippines. Civil Service Board (1906). Annual Report of the Philippine Civil Service Board to the Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands, Issue 5. Contributors United States. Philippine Commission (1900-1916), United States. Bureau of Insular Affairs. Bureau of Public Printing. ISBN 9715501680. Retrieved 24 April 2014.

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