MANILA, PHILIPPINES – In support of the government’s continuing commitment to provide efficient and effective public service delivery and institutionalize meritocracy on human resource management competency, the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has received Level II recognition from the Civil Service Commission (CSC) for its commendable human resource management system.
The Agency has been particularly applauded for its significant progress in the areas of recruitment, selection and placement; learning and development; performance management; as well as, rewards and recognition for its human resources development program.
The MARINA fosters good governance among its employees by promoting people excellence through professionalism, integrity, and excellence as its core values. Guided by these principles, the MARINA personnel are transformed from government employees into servant heroes through their daily service.
“This is the fruit of our labor that shall inspire us to serve better our stakeholders. Let us raise the bar of public service by setting good example. There is no room for mediocrity in our Agency” MARINA OIC Vice Admiral Narciso Vingson Jr said.
To date, the MARINA has 1,059 employees serving the central office and 11 regional offices across the country. Supervised by 27 service units and regional office directors, the Agency remains committed to continually find relevant and timely interventions to transform its workforce as responsible public servants for the maritime industry and to the nation.