NAMRIA joined the Civil Service Commission’s 117th anniversary celebration through the holding of various activities during the Civil Service month with the theme ”Tugon sa Hamon ng Pagbabago: Malasakit ng Lingkod Bayani.” These activities were the following:
NAMRIA running club sent its delegation in the R.A.C.E to Serve Fun Run now on its 7th year held at the Quirino Grandstand, Manila on 03 September 2017.
Kick off ceremony for the celebration of the Civil Service month during the flag raising ceremony on 04 September 2017. Highlighting the event was the reciting of the Panunumpa ng Kawani ng Gobyerno, the reading of the Credo of the Public Servant, and the launching of "Puso para sa Marawi," a fund-raising drive for the victims of the Marawi siege. Likewise, candidates for the Ms. NAMRIA Bayanihang Bayan 2017 candidates, the event to raise funds for the "Puso Para sa Marawi" were also presented.
Cascading Program of NAMRIA employees Part I on the topic “Continuing the Journey Towards Excellence" (IIP, PRIME HRM, and Transition to ISO 9001:2015 QMS) held at Subic Bay Port on 06 September for the survey vessels personnel. This was also held at Fort Bonifacio, Taguig and San Nicolas, Manila.
Annual Physical Examination of NAMRIA employees conducted through the different health service providers to promote health and wellness among the employees.
NAMRIA Cascading Program Part II: NAMRIA Taking Part in the Nation’s Initiative Program focusing on the freedom of speech and expression alongside social media hype held at Fort Bonifacio and San Nicolas on 26 and 28 September respectively.
Orientation on the Data Privacy Act held at the NAMRIA Lecture Hall on 27 September 2017 .
To cap off the month-long celebration was the presentation of Loyalty Awards to officials and employees who have rendered 10 to more than 40 years of government service. Ms. Julieta C. Palustre and Manuel C. Eloriaga were given silver bracelets for 42 and 43 years of government service, respectively.
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