Tuesday, 14 June 2011 12:03
Ninety-three percent of the close to 10,000 positions that require presidential appointments are filled and nominees for the remaining vacancies are now being vetted by the Palace search committee, Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. said on Friday.
“There are few vacancies left and there are already nominees for these positions. We are just in the process of screening these individuals,” Ochoa said.
Close to 10,000 positions in various line agencies, government-owned and -controlled corporations, government financial institutions, and constitutional commissions must be appointed by the President.
All nominees undergo a screening process and are required to submit documents to a search committee in Malacañang that vets these candidates, studies their credentials, and assesses their qualifications for the positions they have been nominated to. (PNA)
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