Thursday, February 28, 2019

Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials

ETHICS Is deciding what is RIGHT and doing it ETHICS is equated with * sizable Governance It requires us to decide what is good. * Public Service Ethics Requires us to give quality service to the public. * Standards, Rules, Morals ETHICS is the science of adult male job. ETHICS OF GOVERNANCE Good Governance is characterized with * Accountability * enhancer * elaboration * Non-Discrimination * Responsiveness * Poverty Alleviation (According to UNDP as cited by Carino) * Participation * Rule of Law * Transpargonncy * Responsiveness * Consensus Orientation * Equity * strong suit and Efficiency * Accountability respectable Bases * RULES * RESULTS * RELATIONSHIPS * customs RULES as an honest Basis We believe in them as coming by divine revelation. With authority or of our community. The useful principle focuses our attention on results or the consequences of our actions. It has been expressed traditionally as Seeking the Greatest Good for the Greatest Number RELATIONSHIPS as a n Ethical Basis Confucius Golden Rule of caring Do not do to others what you would not declare them do to you. Jesus Christs panorama of LOVE In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you. TRADITION as an Ethical BasisTraditional Ethics the ethics of earlier generations that is based on tradition. It is right to act in certain way because that is what it has alship canal been done. RULES as an Ethical Basis * Section 1, Article XI, 1987 Constitution Public index is a Public Trust. Public Officials and employees must at all multiplication serve the people with ut or so responsibility, integrity, loyalty and efficiency, act with patriotism and justice, and look at modest lives. * Section 28, Article II, 1987 Constitution The State shall maintain candor and integrity in the public service and take positive and telling measures against graft and putridness.RA 3019 Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act (Anti-Graft Law) Enacted in 1861 Graft is defined as the acqu isition of gain or advantage by dishonest, unfair or sordid means, especially through the use of ones panorama or influence in politics, business, etc. (People vs. Bernales, September 3, 1968) Graft and degeneration is an act or omission involving breach of the rules of decency, honesty and efficiency, for the purpose of obtaining unfounded advantage at the expense of the government-owned resources. In our legal system, graft and corruption is basically a crime. BALDRIAS, Napoleon S. The Legal Implications of Graft and subversive activity Corruption is an act done with an intent to give some advantage incongruous with official duty and the rights of others. It includes bribery, solely it is more comprehensive, because an act may be corruptly done through the advantage to be delivered from it be not offered by another. (Magallanes vs. Provincial Board, 66 O. G. 7839) Corruption is the perversion or demise of integrity of fidelity in discharging public duties and responsibili ties by bribery or favor. It entails the use of public power for private advantage in ways which transgresses some formal rule of law. Tendero) RA 6713 Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees signed into law by then President Corazon C. Aquino on February 20, 1989 RA 6713 Rule X. Grounds For Administrative disciplinal Action right off or indirectly having financial and material have-to doe with in some(prenominal) transaction requiring the approval of his office. Owning, controlling, managing or accepting employment as officer, employee, consultant, counsel, broker, agent, trustee, or nominee in whatever private attempt regulated, supervised or licensed by his office, unless expressly allowed by law.Engaging in the private shape of his profession unless authorized by the Constitution, law or regulation, provided that such dress will not conflict or tend to conflict with his officials functions. Recommending any(prenominal) person to any posit ion in a private enterprise which has a regular or pending official transaction with his office. Soliciting or accepting, directly or indirectly, any gift, gratuity, favor, entertainment, loan or anything of monetary pry which in the course of his official duties or in connection with any operation being regulated by, or any transaction which may be affected by the function of his office.Unfair discrimination in rendition public service due to party affiliation. Disloyalty to the Republic of the Philippines and to the Filipino people. disaster to act promptly on letters and requests within 15 working(a) days from receipt, except as otherwise provided in these Rules. also-ran to get wind to anyone who wants to avail himself of the services of the office or to act promptly and efficiently on public personal transactions. Failure to file sworn statements of assets, liabilities and networth, and manifestation of business entertains and financial connections.RA 9485 Anti-Red Tap e Act of 2007 signed into law by Pres. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on June 02, 2007 Violations Refusal to accept operation and/or request within the official period or any document being submitted by a client. Failure to act on an application and/or request or failure to refer back to the client a request which cannot be acted upon due to lack of requirement/s within the prescribed period. Failure to attend to clients who are within the premises of the office or procedure concerned prior to the end of official working hours and during lunch break.Failure to impart frontline services within the prescribed period on any application and/or request without due cause. Failure to give the client a written notice on the disapproval of an application or requests. botheration of additional irrelevant requirements other listed in the first notice. Grave umbrage Fixing and/or collusion with fixers in consideration of economic and/or other gain or advantage. Rule X. Grounds For Administrative Disciplinary Action * Directly or indirectly having financial and material interest in any transaction requiring the approval of his office.RED TAPE Inaction/No Action Slow Action Inappropriate/Wrong Action poor/Insufficient Action Services that are Not delivered Mis delivered * Under delivered * seriously delivered UNLAWFUL ACTS RA 3019 * Graft and Corruption * Malversation RA 6713 * Pecuniary interest * Conflict of interest * Nepotism * Not all things that are Legal are Moral * UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR is not necessarily illegal but nevertheless is contrary to what is RIGHT and doing WHAT IS NOT RIGHT. * Unethical Behavior * Yields indecorous Results * Violates the Norms of Relationships and Traditions Disservice to the Government and the People * Bad Image of the Government DI BAWAL, PERO DI DAPAT PADRINO remains KAMAG-ANAK SYSTEM WASTAGE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Engaging in group discussion opus clients are kept waiting Telebabad Too Much Texting During Office Hours rea d newspaper during office hours LOAFING Improper or Inappropriate overclothe CLOCK-WATCHING EXTENDED BREAK GOING OUT OF THE OFFICE WITHOUT PERMISSION Dehumanizing Situations lift a person of his/her dignity. Diminish his/her worth as a person. get down his/her total being. Its the CHOICES that make us who we are. And we can always subscribe to do whats right. Peter Parker Spiderman 3 Every officials of the government, even the most modest, has a job to perform and is as much in duty bound to perform that job well as those occupying higher positions. In our effort to give the people the best government that there is, we have to have everybody do his job, including the Clerk, the policeman everybody in the service. Everyone of them should do his best because a government cannot be a government of higher officials only. Pres. Manuel L. Quezon

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