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Primer on the Gov't Rationalization Program

10. How would the rationalization effort be carried out?

All Departments and agencies would have to organize a change management team (CMT) with a union or rank and file representative. The CMT would be responsible for conducting a strategic review of their respective operations and organization to identify functions, programs and projects, which can be scaled down, phased out or abolished, or those which need to be strengthened.

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»10. How would rationalization be carried out?
»11. Where will savings from this effort go?
»12. Who may be affected by the Program?
»13. How would one know that she/he is affected?
»14. What are the options for the affected personnel?
»15. Is there option to remain in government service?
»16. Are contractual/casual employees entitled to benefits?
»17. Can affected personnel continue to stay in his/her agency?
»18. How to avail of placement services administered by the CSC?
»19. Where to report while CSC is looking for a match?
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