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5-day workweek resumes at Capitol

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

Provincial Administrator Atty. Rayfrando Diaz announced yesterday that the five-day work week at the Capitol will resume starting June 1.

By doing this, Diaz said the provincial government is trying to normalize the work at the Capitol.

“We have so much to address, and we need everybody five days a week,” he added.

The four-day work scheme at Capitol was implemented at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is also in compliance with the Commission on Audit Circular 2020-006 that requires the local government units to conduct a one-time cleansing of their respective properties and equipment owned by the government, within a period of three months.

“We cannot meet the deadline if we continue with the four-day work week,” Diaz added.

The provincial government of Negros Occidental has created five teams to conduct an inventory of all Capitol properties.

Diaz said they have put up teams to assigned to conduct inventory on specialized fields like transportation, information technology, communication equipment and machineries, such as generator sets, cooling systems, air-conditioning systems and mechanical equipment.

He further said that they are aiming to put up a management information system on all movable and non-movable properties of the provincial government.

“It will serve as guide to all employees under direct order of Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson that all equipment have records and monitoring as to its age,” Diaz said.

The inventory will cover all properties purchased and donated to the provincial government of Negros Occidental, he added.*

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