DIPOLOG CITY, March 10, 2024 – Non-teaching personnel from various sections under the Office of the Schools Division Superintendent (OSDS) convened at Top Plaza Hotel on March 8, for a comprehensive Training & Orientation on Administrative Matters. The activity aimed to equip employees with essential knowledge and skills related to administrative processes within the government sector.

The training covered a range of topics, including an orientation on Section 5 of RA 11032 and Program NEHEMIA, DepEd Tracking System, Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) Process Flow on Procurement, and Citizen’s Charter. Discussions delved into legal and personnel matters, emphasizing professionalism and commitment while addressing issues like habitual tardiness and absenteeism.

Procurement matters were also a focal point, with speakers elaborating on R.A. 11032, which streamlines government procedures. The NEHEMIA Program, a flagship initiative pursuing a whole-of-government approach to streamline services, was introduced, emphasizing the importance of time and motion studies for process improvement.

Participating speakers presented their respective office’s Citizen’s Charter and procurement process flow, aiming to identify inefficiencies and propose improvements for a simpler and faster process.

The training provided attendees with valuable insights and strategies to enhance administrative efficiency and effectiveness within DepEd Dipolog.

(via Randyl A. Geraga, Administrative Officer V of the Budget Office – SDO Dipolog)