CSC advises clients to continue transacting business online; adopts work-from-home arrangement until April 30

Published April 15, 2021, 2:40 PM

by Charissa Luci-Atienza 

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has advised its clients to continue transacting business online after it adopted work-from-home arrangement following the government’s imposition of modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in the National Capital Region (NCR)-plus and in other areas.

Civil Service Commission (CSC) (MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

The CSC said the adoption of work-from-home arrangement was made after President Duterte placed the NCR-plus, and the City of Santiago, Quirino, and Abra under MECQ from April 12 to April 30.

“CSC Central Office, CSC National Capital Region, Regional Office IV Headquarters and Field Offices in Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal shall continue to observe the work from home arrangement (WFH) until April 30 2021,” it said in an advisory. 

The Commission said work-from-home arrangement shall also be adopted in CSC Field Offices in Quirino and Abra from April 12 to April 30.

“In this regard, CSC clients are advised to continuously use online services on said dates,” it said. 

It asked its clients requesting for the services of the CSC Integrated Records Management Office (IRMO) and Office for Legal Affairs (OLA)  to continue transacting business online through the Online Registration, Appointment and Scheduling System (ORAS) at