The Governance Commission initiated a dialogue with the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) management and union workers on 09 Febr. 2023 to discuss their concerns related to the implementation of the Compensation and Position Classification System (CPCS) under Executive Order (E.O.) No. 150.
Chairperson Justice Alex L. Quiroz reiterated that the goal of the CPCS under E.O. No. 15 is to standardize the salary of government workers under its scope and curtail the dissipation and wastage of government funds.
Discussed were the resolution of past compensation appeals and ongoing CPCS concerns of the CDC. Chairperson Justice Quiroz urged the workers to raise their concerns to the GCG CPCS technical panel for further review and update.
Chairperson Justice Quiroz assured the workers that the Governance Commission will provide the necessary recommendations to the Office of the President and continue with its conduct of a transparent and collaborative dialogue with the CDC to finally address their CPCS concerns.
The GCG remains steadfast in its mandate as the central advisory, oversight, and monitoring body for GOCCs, to institutionalize transparency, accountability, financial viability, and responsiveness in corporate performance by monitoring and evaluating GOCCs’ performance.