NIA, exec win CSC awards

Fraginal with CSC Chairman Duque

The National Irrigation Administration (NIA) was adjudged by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) as Bicol region’s Outstanding National Government Agency (NGA), while its administrative officer was chosen as Outstanding Human Resource Management Practitioner (HRMP) during the CSC’s Honor and Award Program ceremonies held at the La Roca Suites, Legazpi City on Sept. 8.

CSC cited NIA-Bicol for its exemplary performance and unwavering support to public personnel management. NIA won over 13 other finalists consisting of NGAs, Water Districts, and State Universities and Colleges (NGA/WD/SUC) under the non-accredited category.

NIA Bicol’s administrative services chief, Eva v. Fraginal, was also chosen as Bicol region’s Outstanding HRMP among seven finalists under NGA/WD/SUC non-accredited category.

Fraginal received her plaque of recognition and that for NIA from CSC Chairman Francisco T. Duque III.

In June this year, NIA Bicol was also awarded with “The Most Improved Group Performance Award” by the NIA top management in Quezon City for its unprecedented feat that led to a P22.8 million net income for the agency’s regional operation in 2009.

The award was based on the unparalleled performance of NIA Bicol in 2009 when it posted a total income of P67.8 million from irrigation service fee’s (ISF) current and back accounts, amortization of communal irrigation system (CIS), equipment rentals and other revenues. Less operational expenses for personnel salaries and benefits, and maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE) amounting to P45  million, Ragodon’s office earned a net income of P22.8 million based on the audited financial statement last year.

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