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POAP Newsletter

The Official Bi-Annual Publication of the Personnel Officers' Association of the Philippines

Volume 1, Issue No.1 October 1, 2013

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The 2014 Annual Conference will push through as scheduled
this December 9-12, 2014 at University of Makati.

2014 Annual Conference
December 09-12, 2014
Venue: University of Makati - West Rembo, Makati City

Programme

DAY 1 Tuesday, December 9, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Arrival and Registration of Participants
1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. City Tour


Day 2 Wednesday, December 10, 2014

8:00 a.m. Continuation of Registration

9:00 a.m. Opening Plenary

Opening Prayers - UMAK Chorale
Pambansang Awit - UMAK Chorale
Opening Remarks and Welcome Address

VIRGINIA NAÑAGAS-BACTAD
President, POAP

TOMAS B. LOPEZ
President, UMAK

Message

The Honorable
JEJOMAR S. BINAY, JR.
Mayor, City of Makati

Keynote Address

The Honorable
CYRIL E. RAMOS
Deputy Ombudsman
Office of the Ombudsman

Interaction with the Participants

 

12:00 nn Lunch

1:30 p.m. Forum I

Insights of a Member of the Cabinet

The Honorable
PANFILO M. LACSON
Secretary for Rehabilitation and Recovery and former Senator

Interaction with the Participants

Afternoon Snacks

3:00 p.m. Forum II

Experiences and Insights of the Private Sector

LORNA PATAJO-KAPUNAN
Kapunan Law Office

Interaction with the Participants

Officers of the Day:
Raymundo P. Arcega and Lea M. Mendiola




Day 3 Thursday, December 11, 2014

8:30 a.m. Recapitulation of Previous Day’s Proceedings

9:00 a.m. Forum III

Experiences and Insights of the Civil Service Commission

ARIEL G. RONQUILLO
Assistant Commissioner

Interaction with the Participants

11:00 a.m. Induction of New Members

VIRGINIA NAÑAGAS-BACTAD
President

12:20 n.n. Lunch

1:30 p.m. GSIS Hour

NORA M. SALUDARES
Senior Vice President
Operations Group, NCR

Interaction with the Participants

3:30 p.m. CSC Hour

Open Forum with Senior Officials of the CSC
Dir. Azucena P. Esleta
Dir. Karin Litz Zerna

Officers of the Day:
Teresita G. Arceo and Arturo T. Lising


Day 4 Friday, December 12, 2014

8:30 a.m. Recapitulation of the Previous Day’s Proceedings

9:30 a.m. Forum IV
Experiences and Insights of a Former Government Official

CORAZON ALMA G. DE LEON
Former Secretary
Department of Social Welfare and Development

10:30 a.m. Interaction with the Participants

11:00 a.m Pag-Ibig Fund Hour

MS. MARY MARGARET N. SANCHEZ
Department Manager III
Makati II Branch

12:00 n.n. Lunch

 

1:00 p.m. Business Meeting

Virginia Nañagas-Bactad
President, POAP

Election of 5 Board Members

COMELEC

3:00 p.m. Presentation and Adoption of Conference Resolutions
Julio R. Navarrete and Edelwina dG. Parungao

4:00 p.m. Closing Ceremonies/Awarding of Certificates

Officers of the Day:
Edelwina dG. Parungao and Julio R. Navarrete



What is POAP?

The participants of the first Personnel Officers Course of the then Bureau of Civil Service organized the Personnel Officers Association of the Philippines on May 6, 1957. Alumni of subsequent sessions of the course constituted the core members of the Association which was incorporated in 1960.

POAP extends membership to government officials and employees and to others who are interested in progressive personnel/human resources (HR) management of the Philippine bureaucracy.

The Association aims to foster active interest in sound public personnel management/HRM.It serves as a clearing- house for information on relevant personnel management/ HRM methods and techniques. It hopes to safeguard and vitalize the merit principle in the government service through the development of a corps of well- informed, forward- looking, responsible personnel management/ HRM officers, administrators and practitioners.

Vision

To be the institutional leader in developing and strengthening capabilities of human resources towards excellent public service.

Mission Statements

  • Strengthen POAP capabilities as the center of excellence for the development of human resources.
  • Strengthen the capabilities of human resources towards excellent public service.
  • Promote, develop, and maintain the spirit of mutual assistance and understanding amongst members and stakeholders.
  • Articulate issues and concerns on merit and fitness, security of tenure, honesty and integrity in public service.
  • Promote advocacy for continuous human resources development.
  • Establish and maintain effective linkages with private institutions towards development of human resources.