The provincial government of Negros Oriental is eyeing a world class accreditation in line with its vision to be more competent in the delivery of basic services.
Gov. Roel Degamo has formed a committee that will be responsible for such accreditation. He said that in the interest of public service and in line with the vision of the province to be certified by the International Standard Organization, it has chosen seven qualified employees of the provincial government to form the provincial ISO committee that will undertake the project.
The committee will be headed by Provincial General Service Officer Berchmans Patrimonio, with Dr. Edgardo Pialago, Mercy Teves of the Environment and Natural Resources Division, Casiano Lomotos Jr. of the Provincial Legal Office, provincial warden Joselito Bitoon, assistant provincial engineer Pedro Tuble, and Alicia Lagarde of the Provincial Planning and Development Office as members.
Committee members are directed to make plans, recommendations, and implement the project per standard of the ISO within two years from date of issuance which is June 28.
The committee was also directed to coordinate with Provincial Administrator Richard Enojo every month on the project. Members will hold office at the Media Room, 2 nd floor of the Negros Oriental Convention Center and to log their attendance at the governor's office.
Assistant provincial administrator Froilan Pinili said an ISO accreditation will work to the benefit of the province to be more competent in the delivery of basic services, like Bohol, which is an ISO-accredited province.
Meanwhile, Provincial Engineer Franco Alpuerto is back as head of the department after a leave of absence for several days.*JG
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