*  Registered Collective Negotiation Agreements (CNAs)

  •  Four (4) notarized original copies of the CNA (to be filed with the CSC-PRO within ninety (90) calendar days after its execution).
  • Original copy of a statement that the CNA was posted in at least two (2) most conspicuous places in the principal address of the agency and in all its regional offices/branches, if any, for at least seven (7) calendar days before its ratification. (The places and inclusive dates of posting must be indicated).
  • One (1) original copy of the proof of ratification e.g. Resolution bearing the names of employees and ratifying signatures of the signed CNA by the majority of the employees in the negotiating unit. (Every page must contain a heading stating the purpose for which the signatures are intended).
    -  The above-stated documents must be certified under oath by the Secretary of the Association and attested to by the President.
  • Original copy of a certification from the Human Resource Management Officer/Administrative Officer as to the total number of rank-and-file employees in the agency. (This will determine if the majority support requirement has been met).
  • Certificate of Accreditation issued in favor of the accredited employees’ organization (certified true copy).
  • Registration fee of One Thousand Pesos (Php 1,000.00). If payment is through postal money order or cheque, the same should be payable to the Civil Service Commission-Central Office.

Note: CNA must include provisions for Grievance Machinery and Cost-Cutting Schemes. Please indicate contact person/numbers (e-mail address/cellphone/landline)

*  PUBLIC SECTOR ACCREDITED UNIONS

(Amended Rules & Regulations of Executive Order No. 180)

Filing by the employees’ organization with the Personnel Relations Office (PRO) of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) of a Sworn Petition for Accreditation signed by a majority of the rank-and-file employees in the negotiating unit it seeks to represent. (Every page of the document which contains the employees’ signatures must have a heading indicating the purpose for which it is intended).

The form, contents, and supporting documents of the petition are, as follows:

  • It must be in writing, verified under oath by the President of the employees’ organization.
  • It must contain the following allegations:
    a.  that the petitioner is a duly registered employees’ organization;
    b.  that the employees whose names and signatures appear in the petition constitute the majority of the total number of rank-and-file employees in the negotiating unit who supports the accreditation of the petitioner-employees’ organization.
  • It must be accompanied by the following supporting documents:
    a.  Accreditation fee (Php 750.00). If the payment is through postal money order or cheque, the same should be payable to the Civil Service Commission-Central Office;
    b. Certification signed by the President and the Board of Directors/Officers of the employees’ organization/union attesting to the accuracy and authenticity of the names and signatures  appearing in the petition for accreditation, and that the list of names are devoid of duplication/double entries;
    c. Latest approved payroll, duly signed/certified by authorized officials of the organizational unit where the employees’ organization/union belongs, regardless of whether salaries of employees are drawn from the agency’s cashier or through the Automated Teller Machine (ATM);
    d. Original copy of the current/most recent Certification from the Bureau of Labor Relations (BLR), Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE) that the employees’ organization seeking accreditation is the only registered employees’ organization in the negotiating unit and that no other employees organization in the same negotiating unit is seeking registration; and
    e. Certification from the Human Resource Management Officer/ Administrative Officer as to the total number of rank-and-file employees in the agency. (This will expedite the determination of the presence of majority support).

Note: Please indicate contact person/numbers (e-mail address/ cellphone/landline)

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In the past, the only way that CSC RO V could disseminate information was through print media, radio, or text messages.  It was a challenge to get the message across easily and accurately.

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Along came the CSC website, csc.gov.ph.  It was a huge step forward, but it still couldn't cater to the region's local needs.  Information had to be relayed to the web administrator at the Central Office and there was an inevitable delay between sending the data for publishing and the actual online publishing.  Something had to be done in order to bring timely updates to our local stakeholders.

On January 2012, Ms. Zarah Z. Arroyo, then assigned to the Public Assistance and Liaison Division (PALD), thought of using a blog as a means of reaching out to the public.  After selecting the best platform to be used, as well as going through a bit of a learning curve, a beta site was developed on February 2012 for the approval of CSC RO V Regional Director Cecilia R. Nieto.  After going through the initial setup as well as population of the first articles, the site was finally approved for launch on June 2012.

Thus, cscro5.wordpress.com was born.  

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In the span of 48 months since the site went live, it has undergone changes in order to deliver new features to cater to our clients, both internal and external.  In June of 2013, the first version of the Online Bulletin of Vacant Positions was launched, making it easier for people to check on the different vacancies available within the region, this is the second most viewed page of the site, second only to the home page, of course.  

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In 2014, the Online Registration for Trainings was incorporated in order to make it easier for participants from the far-flung provinces to confirm their attendance to the scheduled trainings.  The Online Exam Room Inquiry system was added next to assist in the online notice of school assignment offered by the Central Office website, making it easier for examinees to know their room assignment without having to go to the Field Offices or the Regional Office.    

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In 2015, a controlled-access page was added in order to give CSC RO V employees access to several internal web-applications such as the Online Compensatory Overtime Credits tracking as well as Online Projects, Programs, and Activities Posting (per COA Circular 2013-004), Online Leave Tracking System, and the CSC RO V Scanned Monthly Attendance and Uniform Monitoring Sheet, among others.  Social Media integration was also added such that any post made in the website was automatically reflected in the social media account of the office.

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In 2016, the CSC RO V Online Recruitment for Excellence (CORE) was launched through the website.  Applicants are now able to apply for published vacant positions in the CSC Regional Office.  The online CSE-PPT Application System was also launched in this year, aiming to reduce, if not eliminate, the typographical errors encountered when encoding applications filled out illegibly.

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Since then, site traffic increased from 351 views in June 2012 to as high as 37,799 in February 2016, or more than 10,000% increase in site visits.

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Along came the Integrated Government Philippines Project (iGovPhil), a joint project of the Department of Science and Technology's Information and Communications Technology Office (ICTO) and Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI), all government websites were prescribed to have a uniform look and as such, the Government Website Template was developed.  CSC's Integrated Records Management Office - Information Technology Division (IRMO-ITD), headed by its Chief, Mr. Mamerto 'Jhun' Monses, Jr., developed the template further to incorporate the CSC brand into it.

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In November of 2014, IRMO-ITD gathered IT Focal persons from all of the CSC Regional Offices to undergo an orientation and training on the development and administration of the new CSC website.   CSC RO V sent two of its IT staff, Mr. Michael Karlo C. Perlora and Mr. Eric Albert M. Arroyo to the said training.  The two were designated as Regional Web Administrators for CSC RO V upon training completion and were given the unenviable task of developing the Regional Website, migrating the relevant data from the WordPress site to the new site, as well as training the division focal persons responsible for updating the site with relevant news and advisories.

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Site migration was not done immediately, however, as the official site suffered from connectivity issues, mainly speed.   Site development and migration were thus deferred until the issue was finally addressed.

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Now, with the new website, ro5.csc.gov.ph, CSC RO V will be able to bring more online services to its clients.  New features and capabilities brought about by the new framework will surely raise the bar from customer satisfaction to customer delight as we usher in a new era in terms of reaching out to our clients via the power of the World Wide Web.

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Welcome to the CSC RO5 Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Kindly click on the links beside your name to view your online PDS, Leave Card and CTO Balances.

Should you wish to notify us of changes or updates to your online PDS, kindly email the Human Resource Division at ro05.hrd.csc.gov.ph, or provide us with your latest PDS. To provide updates on your attended L&D interventions, please provide the HRD with a copy of your Certificate of Completion and Learning Action Plan (LAP).

Thank you.

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