Opportunities open for Mujahideen in new BARMM Civil Service Code

COTABATO CITY – Mujahideen and mujahidat who don’t possess civil service eligibility will be given opportunity to serve in the Bangsamoro Government following the enactment of the Bangsamoro Civil Service Code (BCSC) on Wednesday, Feb. 24. “One of the novel provisions of the BCSC is to give recognition and importance to the roles the mujahideen…

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BARMM mulls over strategic communication plan for far-flung constituents

COTABATO CITY—Bangsamoro Government, in partnership with the Institute of Bangsamoro Studies (IBS), continues to intensify its reach on the grassroots level by crafting a development communication plan that addresses concerns, policies, and programs often inquired by said sector. On Feb 23-24, the regional government’s Bangsamoro Planning and Development Authority (BPDA) and Bangsamoro Information Office (BIO)…

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Bangsamoro parliament approves new civil service law

COTABATO CITY – The Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) on Wednesday, Feb. 24, approved another one of its priority legislations – the Bangsamoro Civil Service Code (BCSC). The code will govern the conduct of civil servants, prescribe qualifications for non-elective positions, adopt an independent and credible merit and fitness system, protect civil service eligibles in various…

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