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Philippines Civil Service Commission (CSC)

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The Civil Service Commission of the Philippines, commonly referred to as CSC, is a government funded organization responsible for all matters related to the civil service in the Philippines. As a basic rule, the CSC acts to ensure and oversee the integrity of government actions.

The Civil Service Commission is one of three constitutional commissions in the Philippines; structured as the central personnel agency, the CSC is also responsible for final arbitration on disputes and personnel processes concerning civil service matters.

Under the scope of the CSC, the agency is in charge or recruiting and retaining professional and skilled government workforces who operate in a manner that services the public.

Primary functions of the CSC include:

  • The promotion of public accountability in government service

  • The adoption of performance-based tenure in government

  • Leading the professionalization of the Philippines civil service

  • The creation and integration of incentive programs for government employees

Top five objectives of the CSC:

  • Develop competent civil servant

  • Exemplify excellence in the public service

  • Ensure wellness in the workplace

  • Effective performance of quasi-judicial functions

  • Managing support mechanisms

Becoming a civil servant in the Philippines requires the applications to meet certain eligibility criteria, which includes:

  • Candidates must be a minimum of 18 years

  • Hold Philippines citizenship

  • No previous criminal convictions

  • No previous immoral conduct

  • Candidates cannot have been dismissed from a civil service position previously

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