Civil Service Commission of the Philippines
|Formation||February 2, 1987|
|Headquarters||Civil Service Commission, Central Office, Batasan Hills, Quezon City|
|Alicia dela Rosa-Bala|
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The Civil Service Commission of the Philippines (Filipino: Komisyon ng Serbisyo Sibil, abbreviated as CSC) is the Constitutional Commission of the Philippines with responsibility over the civil service. It is tasked with overseeing the integrity of government actions and processes. The commission was founded in 1900 through Act No. 5 of the Philippine Commission and was made a bureau in 1905.
It has 16 regional offices throughout the country.
The 1987 Constitution staggered the terms of the members of the Constitutional Commissions. Of the first appointees, the Chairman would serve seven years (1st line), a Commissioner would serve five years (2nd line), and another Commissioner would serve three years (3rd line). Term refers to a fixed period, while tenure refers to the actual period that a person held office.
The names of the first Members of the CSC since 1987 were mentioned in Gaminde v. Commission on Audit.
- Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala
- Commissioner Robert Martinez
- Commissioner Nieves Osorio
|#||Name||Term start||Term end||Tenure start||Tenure end||Position||Line||Appointed by|
|1||Mario D. Yango||February 2, 1987||February 2, 1990||January 22, 1985||May 31, 1991||Commissioner||3rd||Corazon Aquino|
|2||Patricia A. Sto. Tomas||February 2, 1987||February 2, 1994||January 30, 1988||March 4, 1995||Chairman||1st||Corazon Aquino|
|3||Samilo N. Barlongay||February 2, 1987||February 2, 1992||January 30, 1988||March 04, 1993||Commissioner||2nd||Corazon Aquino|
|4||Ramon P. Ereñeta||February 2, 1990||February 2, 1997||November 26, 1991||February 02, 1997||Commissioner||3rd||Corazon Aquino|
|5||Thelma P. Gaminde||February 2, 1992||February 2, 1999||June 11, 1993||February 2, 2000||Commissioner||2nd||Fidel V. Ramos|
|6||Corazon Alma G. de Leon||February 2, 1994||February 2, 2001||March 5, 1995||February 2, 2001||Chairman||1st||Fidel V. Ramos|
|7||Jose F. Erestain, Jr.||February 2, 1997||February 2, 2004||February 3, 1997||March 2004||Commissioner||3rd||Fidel V. Ramos|
|8||J. Waldemar V. Valmores||February 2, 1999||February 2, 2006||September 2000||September 2007||Commissioner||2nd||Joseph Estrada|
|9||Karina C. David||February 2, 2001||February 2, 2008||February 23, 2001||February 1, 2008||Chairman||1st||Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo|
|10||Cesar D. Buenaflor||February 2, 2004||February 2, 2011||July 2004||February 2011||Commissioner||3rd||Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo|
|11||Mary Ann Z. Fernandez-Mendoza||February 2, 2006||February 2, 2013||May 2006||February 2013||Commissioner||2nd||Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo|
|12||Ricardo L. Saludo||February 2, 2008||February 2, 2015||April 1, 2008||September 30, 2009||Chairman||1st||Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo|
|13||Francisco T. Duque III||February 2, 2008||February 2, 2015||February 3, 2010||2015||Chairman||1st||Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo|
|14||Rasol L. Mitmug||February 2, 2011||February 2, 2018||April 4, 2011||2012||Commissioner||3rd||Benigno Aquino III|
|15||Robert S. Martinez||February 2, 2011||February 2, 2018||July 6, 2012||Commissioner||3rd||Benigno Aquino III|
|16||Nieves L. Osorio||February 2, 2013||February 2, 2020||March 20, 2013||Commissioner||2nd||Benigno Aquino III|
|17||Alicia dela Rosa-Bala||February 2, 2015||February 2, 2022||September 15, 2015||Chairman||1st||Benigno Aquino III|
Career Executive Service Board
The Career Executive Service Board (CESB) was created as an attached agency of the Civil Service Commission and oversees the government's top management positions[specify]. The board administers the Career Executive Service Eligibility Examination that screens applicants for "career executive service", or CES, positions in government.
- Philippines. Civil Service Board (1906). Annual Report of the Philippine Civil Service Board to the Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands, Issue 5. Contributors United States. Philippine Commission (1900-1916), United States. Bureau of Insular Affairs. Bureau of Public Printing. ISBN 9715501680. Retrieved 24 April 2014.
- Philippine Civil Service Commission official website
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