Our Pledge of Commitment

WE, THE OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF PAMPANGA, DO HEREBY PLEDGE TO COMMIT OURSELVES TO THE PRINCIPLES OF OUR CITIZEN’S CHARTER.

IT IS OUR COMMITMENT to protect our constituents from graft and corruption in all its forms in their interface with our government by providing quick and efficient services that encourage them to pursue their economic, educational and social endeavors.  

IT IS OUR GOAL to establish an environment by which we provide the maximum service and assistance to our clients and the least burden to them towards the completion of their transactions.

WE ADHERE to the State’s declared policy that public service is a public trust and we believe that transparency and accountability are essential elements of progress.  We recognize the importance of our people’s active participation in governance and live by the principle “Salus Populi est Suprema Lex”.

WE VOW to use all the resources of our government to uplift the lives of our constituents especially the under-privileged that everyone may enjoy the fruits of their labor in a society that is harmonious and united.

                

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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