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Public Service Act sent to palace.
The Public Service Act, a bill that aims to improve the delivery of public services in the Philippines, has been sent to the palace for President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature.
The bill, which was passed by both the Senate and the House of Representatives, seeks to establish a framework for the delivery of efficient, effective, and responsive public services to the Filipino people. It also aims to promote transparency and accountability in the public sector.
Under the Public Service Act, all government agencies and instrumentalities are required to adopt a citizen-centric approach in the delivery of public services. This means that public services should be accessible, responsive, and of high quality.
The bill also mandates the creation of a Public Service Delivery Council, which will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the delivery of public services. The council will also be tasked with developing policies and strategies to improve the delivery of public services.
In addition, the Public Service Act seeks to promote the use of technology in the delivery of public services. It mandates the establishment of an electronic platform for the submission of applications, requests, and other transactions with government agencies.
The passage of the Public Service Act is a significant milestone in the government’s efforts to improve the delivery of public services in the Philippines. It is hoped that the bill will lead to a more efficient, effective, and responsive public sector, and ultimately, improve the lives of the Filipino people.
President Duterte is expected to sign the bill into law in the coming days. Once signed, the Public Service Act will be a major step forward in the government’s efforts to promote good governance and improve the delivery of public services in the Philippines.