The program will provide participants with the necessary tools to deal with a situation that requires the presentation of administrative cases, the conduct of preliminary investigations, formal hearings, sentencing, determination of types of crimes and screening methods. It will also cover principles, concepts, decisions of the Supreme Court and other relevant jurisprudence and appeals related to administrative cases. Course Instructor and Lecturer: Atty. Alma Flores-Foronda is the Acting Director IV of the Office of Legal Affairs, Public Service Commission (CSC). From 1997 to 2002 and from December 2012 to the present, she has held various positions in CSC`s Legal Service. Between these positions, she served as Deputy Regional Director of CSC`s National Capital Region (NCR) Public Service Commission. She participated in the development of the 2017 RACCS and is an active resource person for administrative discipline, Republic Act No. 6713, the 2017 Omnibus Rules on Appointments and Other Human Resources Actions, CSC`s Anti-Sexual Harassment Rules, among others. Foronda graduated from the University of the Philippines School of Law in 1991 and holds a Master`s degree in Political Studies from the UP National College for Public Administration and Governance. A.
Introduction 1. The 2017 Rules on Administrative Matters in the Public Service and their Application 2nd Type of Administrative Discipline 3. The concept of due process B. Jurisdiction 1. Comparison of competence between authorities exercising administrative discipline vis-à-vis civil servants 2. Types of jurisdiction 3. Effect of resignation, retirement and death as a court 4. Mandate of the Public Service Commission C. Initiation of the administrative inquiry 1. Filing of the complaint 2. Handling of anonymous complaints 3. Effects of withdrawal of the complaint or execution of an affidavit D.
Preliminary inquiry 1. Object 2. Conduct of the preliminary investigation E. Formal indictment 1. When a formal indictment is to be issued 2. Content of a formal indictment 3. Service of a formal indictment F. Reply 1. Content 2. Effect of non-response 3.
Effect of sufficient response G. Preventive suspension 1. Requirements for its issue 2. Periods 3. Cancellation of preventive suspension H. Formal investigation 1. During implementation 2. Resolution of a case on the basis of position paper 3. Pre-hearing conference 4. Use of the Affidavit of Justice 5.
Order and conduct of the hearing 6. Quantum of evidence in an administrative case 7. Effect of the pending administrative procedure I. Types of offences 1. Definition and cases related to serious crime 2. Definition and cases of less serious offences 3. Definition and cases of minor offences 4. Other administrative offences J. Finality of decision K.
Penalties 1. Sentencing schedule 2. Conversion of a penalty into a fine 3. Mitigating and aggravating circumstances 4. Type of taxation 5. Administrative obstacles to sanctions L. Appeals 1. Concept of the wrongful part 2.
Settlement of certain administrative cases 3. Filing of a request for reconsideration 4. Filing a complaint 5. Submission of a request for review M. Payment/forfeiture of arrears and other benefits N. Effects of violations of the right to due process O. Indirect non-compliance by the Commission P. Protest mechanism for invalidity/rejection or revocation of appointments Q. Delisting The rules on administrative matters in the public service apply to all disciplinary and non-disciplinary administrative matters or to matters brought before CSC and its regional offices/branches.
It includes all non-professional services (casual, contractual, simultaneous) and career services (permanent, temporary) in government agencies, government instruments (water districts, Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA), Base Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), etc.), LGUs, autonomous regional governments such as CAR and BARMM; State universities and colleges; Local universities and colleges; Public hospitals; and state-owned and controlled enterprises with their original charter. The Center for Global Best Practices is accredited by the Public Service Commission. Participants in the training are exempt from the limit of 2,000 pesos p. set by the Audit Commission if they are undergoing training provided by the private sector. This is based on Circular 563 of the Ministry of Budget and Management of 22 April 2016. This 2017 training on administrative rules in the public service (RACCS 2017) aims to educate and empower the public; the disciplinary authorities of the various government agencies and instruments; local authorities, including autonomous regional governments; State universities and colleges; Local universities and colleges; Public hospitals; and government-owned and controlled enterprises, on the course of action to be taken when a public servant commits misconduct, violations, abuses and illegal acts. This also applies to the protest against the appointment of a staff member under the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission. Knowing the rules is also helpful for those who need to defend themselves against unfair complaints and accusations. M. Payment / confiscation of payment arrears and other benefits Contact person: Kyra Villanueva Mobile phone number (+63 968) 851-2347 Fax: (+632) 8842-7148 or 59 E-mail: email@example.com Check: www.cgbp.ph F.
Updates to other relevant laws, rules and decrees of CSC P. Effects of violations of the right to due process O. Protest mechanism for invalidity/rejection or cancellation of appointment REGISTER NOWAvail of the Discount Group Contact: Kyra Villanueva Manila Lines: (+632) 556-8968 or 69 Manila Fax: (+632) 842-7148 or 59 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Check: www.cgbp.org ———————————————— *Optional: Add P450 for a printed copy of a certificate of participation, including shipping costs.