The Civil Service Commission (CSC) released Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 03 s.2014 dated 06 February 2014 on the Clarification on the Guidelines on the Placement of Personnel Relative to the Implementation of Approved Rationalization Plans of Agencies.
In October 2004, Executive Order 366 (EO) Directing A Strategic Review of the Operations and Organizations of the Executive Branch and Providing Options and Incentives for Government Employees Who May Be Affected by the Rationalization of the Functions and Agencies of the Executive Branch directed a strategic review of the operations and organizations of the Executive Branch.
For the information and guidance of all concerned, enclosed is a copy of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Resolution No. 1302242 dated October 1, 2013 entitled Amendments to the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 10154, Otherwise Known as an Act Requiring All Concerned Government Agencies to Ensure the Early Release of the Retirement Pay, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits of Retiring Government Employees which is self-explanatory.
For the information and guidance of all concerned, enclosed is a copy of Republic Act (RA) No. 10154 dated July 14, 2011 entitled “An Act Requiring Government Agencies to Ensure the Early Release of the Retirement Pay, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits of Retiring Government Employees,” which is self- explanatory.
In the interest of the service and in order to keep up with the current issuances and policies, the Code of Signing Authorities on financial anti administrative matters In Baguio Teachers Camp (BTC) is hereby prescribed.
It has been the policy of the Department of Education (DepED), not to allow the extension of services of DepED officials and employees beyond compulsory retirement age. The only exception as embodied in previous DepED Orders is for retiring officials, teachers and employees who need to complete the fifteen (15) years service requirement.
It has been observed that in most cases retired teachers are reported in the Form-7 submitted to the Payroll Services Division (PSD) two-to-three months after their date of retirement. As a result, retirees are paid in the regular payroll, three or more months even after the retirement, therefore incurring overpayment.