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The Philippine Government Ensures that the quality of its workers are maintain and keep updated along with the dynamic society. With that, graduates of different Universities and Colleges or even Technical Vocational Institution are given qualifying examination to test their capabilities and competence in line with the positions they are aiming for.
Civil Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission, which is one of the Constitutional Commission in the country, is vested with the tasked of overseeing any government actions and processes.
Professional Regulation Commission
The Professional Regulation Commission was first created as a national government agency by Presidential Decree (P.D.) No. 223 dated June 22, 1973, signed by then President Ferdinand E. Marcos, mandated to enforce the laws regulating the various professions. It was previously called the Office of the Board of Examiners, which was created by Republic Act No. 546 on June 17, 1950, under the aegis of the Civil Service Commission.
National Police Commission
The National Police Commission is the agency mandated by the 1987 Constitution and the Major Police Reform Laws, Republic Act Nos. 6975 and 8551 to administer and control the Philippine National Police.
Under R.A. 8551, otherwise known as the “PNP REFORM AND ORGANIZATION ACT OF 1998” the Commission’s authority over the PNP were strengthened and expanded to include administration of police entrance examinations, the conduct of pre-charge investigation of police anomalies and irregularities, and summary dismissal of erring police officers.
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