CSC Bicol reiterates no walk-in policy

“Only clients with approved appointments will be allowed to transact with the regional office,” CSC Bicol information officer Rona Jane Asuncion said at the Talakayan sa PIA Albay radio program.

LEGAZPI CITY, Jan 26 (PIA) – The Civil Service Commission (CSC) Region 5 reminded its clients of the No Walk – in Policy strictly implemented as preventive measure against Covid-19.

“Only clients with approved appointments will be allowed to transact with the regional office,” CSC Bicol Information Officer Rona Jane Asuncion said at the Talakayan sa PIA Albay radio program.

For exam related concerns, clients can book their appointment by sending the scanned copy of the required documents via their email address or by sending the hard copies of the documents via courier.

“Our clients can send the scanned copy of the required documents at our email  cscro5esdaltproc@gmail.com for us to evaluate. Once the soft copies are completed, they will be scheduled to submit the hard copies,” Asuncion said.

“If they cannot send the scanned copies or they have no appointment, they can submit via courier but make sure that the documents are complete. We will send back the incomplete documents. We highly encourage to e-mail first the scanned documents,” she added.

Clients are further advised to wait for an advice or contact the concerned office before picking up their documents.

Other details of the temporary alternative procedure including the requirements for exam related services can be accessed at www.tinyurl.com/cscro5nowalkin

Asuncion said there may be delays in the processing of papers as documents are quarantines for three days after receipt before processing.

“We need to implement this policy as preventive measure to limit persons present in the vicinity. We also sanitize the documents before we release them to protect our clients,” she said.

For more queries and concerns, contact the CSC Bicol office at (052)-742-95-68 or Public Assistance and Liaison at ro05.pald@csc.gov.ph. (SAA-PIA5/Albay)



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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