Norms of Conduct of Public Officials and Employees. All government resources and powers of their respective offices must be employed and used efficiently, effectively, honestly and economically, particularly to avoid wastage in public funds and revenues. They shall enter public service with utmost devotion and dedication to duty.
It was when I started reading the content of the book that I began to realize the importance of R. Everything in it is a must to be learned. Lesson 1 enumerated the norms of conduct namely: These were thoroughly explained with the help of some situations.
I became absorb with the reflection for deepening wherein I was able to give my own point of view regarding the stated questions. It was a meaningful experience to organize my thoughts and ideas.
It was really good that the questions were directed to me as a public servant. I became more aware of my duties and responsibilities and that these should be discharge with high standard of ethics.
Sometimes, the norms were overlooked by others. This was a good reminder and guide for us in the public service. If we will all be committed and dedicated to imbibe in our lives these norms, there will be good relationships between the people and government officials and employees.
The people will continue to support the different activities or programs of the government because they trust their officials. We will work hand in hand to achieve our ultimate goal of improving our country.
Lesson II provided me with knowledge with regards to the prohibited acts and transactions, the system of incentives and awards, duties and responsibilities of public officials and employees, about divestment and penalties under the Code.
These are the things that public employees must know because of the nature of our work. This I believe would be my guide in discharging my duties and functions so all my decisions will all be legal so as to prevent any violations on the Code. Lesson III was very meaningful since all the case studies presented were very timely.
I was given an opportunity to express my ideas and opinions regarding the situations. I would say that the insights I have drawn from this will be used and applied for better public service.
It was nice that you have come up with this kind of program. I have learned a lot from this wonderful study. Justness and Sincerity Can you recall an experience when your honesty was tested?
Or when you became a victim of dishonesty? In my everyday life, I handle trusts due to the nature of my part time job which requires honesty.
My clients entrust me with their works and pay me appropriately. In the same time, I should produce to them a quality job and on time. Plus, it will tarnish my integ rity to them and might result inthem firing me.
This might be considered as honesty but given the consequences of my actions, itcould not be considered as just and sincere. In school, I also face challenges in my honesty. My seatmates were willing togive out some of their answers to me but I refused to accept it and thank them instead saying thatI appreciated their concern but I needed to do it by myself.
For me, it was honesty. Unfortunatelymy honesty was not converted into points in those exams and I failed.FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES (RA ) 1. Set of ethical standards for all who serve in the government 2. Public Ethics •Demand for THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL STANDARDS FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES (RA ).
FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES (RA ) 1. Set of ethical standards for all who serve in the government 2. Public Ethics •Demand for THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL STANDARDS FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES (RA ).
Feb 29, · With regard to the issue concerning compliance with the Review and Compliance Procedure provided in R.A. , this Court already held in G.R.
that such procedure cannot limit the authority of the Ombudsman to conduct administrative investigations. City officials & designated employees are required to file with the City Clerk a complete sworn Financial Disclosure Report (FDR) no later than thirty (30) days after accepting employment / appointment or assuming the duties of office, and annually thereafter.
The Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch (pdf, 97 pages) are available on the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) web site. For additional information, contact your IC's Ethics Officials (links below).
Ethics and Social Responsibility.
The Postal Service is committed to maintaining its standing as a responsible service organization, and understands that socially responsible behavior is good for business.