CSC Comval puts forth journal
Nabunturan, Compostela Valley (5 June) -- The brighter side of working with the government is expected to be put on the spotlight, through the CSC Comval Journal initiated by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Compostela Valley field office.
Formally launched during the 12th Conference of the Regional Council of Personnel Officers, the CSC Comval Journal is the official publication of CSC field office which features exemplary work of government workers.
During the launching, CSC field office provincial director Richard T. Ortiz said the CSC Comval is designed to become an inspirational tool and to project the positive side of the government.
"There is so much negativity and less of positive aspects disseminated regarding the government yet there is so much good and inspiring action that could have been reported which could have turn public perception regarding the government," he said.
In its first volume, the CSC Comval Journal features "Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives" section which tells a story of tax collectors who had braved their way collecting taxes in far-flung communities and a story about government workers who sacrificed their lives while serving the evacuees of the Masara landslides in Maco town.
Ortiz urged other government workers to come out in the open either to share their worthy experiences or tell stories about the exemplary work of their colleagues that could inspire others.
He would have wanted the CSC Comval Journal to come out every quarter but because of time constraints in the preparation for its issues, the journal's next issue is set come out by November this year. (PIA XI/JMDA) [top]