GENERAL SANTOS CITY—After an intensive five-day strategic planning workshop held on March 1-5, the Office of the Chief Minister (OCM) recalibrated its strategies for an achievable fiver-year plan that would set the OCM as a premier government institution.
Heads and planning officers from the different divisions and attached agencies of OCM pulled together to develop new and improved policies, core values, vision, and mission of the said office.
The resource persons, who contributed significant inputs, were BARMM Attorney General Sha-Elijah B. Dumama-Alba, Civil Service Commission (CSC) BARMM Director Dominador E. Gonzales, Jr., Bangsamoro Planning and Development Authority (BPDA) Director General Engr. Mohajirin T. Ali, and OCM’s Administrative Managament Service (AMS) Director Narcisa D. Macog.
Meanwhile, Assistant Executive Secretary Abdullah Cusain concluded the activity by acknowledging the participants for their work efforts in setting up OCM’s directions.
“I congratulate everyone for the successful output of this event, with our great hope that it will not remain as mere paper only, but we should stand and work for it in a true leadership way, so that we could develop our war-torn region,” Cusain said.
Overall, the activity aimed to elevate the efficiency and effectiveness of work in every offices within OCM.
This planning and development workshop was organized by OCM’s Technical Managament Service (TMS), and was supported by Support to Bangsamoro Transition Authority (SUBATRA). (Bangsamoro Information Office)
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