NCIP Caraga orders “Personnel Movement”

TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur, March 15 – The Regional Director of the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) in Caraga region has ordered the reshuffle of its provincial officers and other concerned personnel effective March 16, 2018.

Citing the exigency of public service, Atty. Jose Dumagan, Jr. issued Memorandum Order No. 039 s. of 2018 to this effect.

Engr. Charlyn Binghoy, outgoing NCIP provincial officer of Surigao del Sur, told media that she had to go to her new station as directed on March 16, 2018. However, it was clarified that turn-over rites would have yet to take place at the NCIP regional office on Monday, March 19, 2018.

Her case would just be a “swap seats” with the outgoing NCIP provincial officer of Surigao del Norte, Vicente Baldoza, Jr., meaning that the latter would assume office in Surigao del Sur.

The other NCIP provincial chiefs covered by the memo were Rosemarie Mordeno of Agusan Del Norte who would take over the top post in Agusan del Sur; Dr. Randy Rosas, NCIP Acting Chief of Technical Management Services Division, would be the one to take Mordeno’s job.

Also, Atty. Leslie Mae Plaza, acting Provincial Officer of Agusan del Sur, was designated as the acting chief of the Technical Management Services Division, the post that would be vacated by Dr. Rosas.

RD Dumagan told all concerned that prior to assumption to their respective new official stations, they had to turnover first their function and clear themselves of any accountabilities.

The NCIP top chief likewise advised that five days after compliance, a report in this regard had to be submitted to his office.  | via Greg Tataro, Jr.