Call for Applicants for Contract of Service Workers (COSWS) Positions in the Philippine Identification System Registry Office-Registration Operations Service-Id Processing and Management Division (PRO-ROS-IDPMD)

Applicants are required to submit the following: Scanned copy of signed APPLICATION LETTER stating the specific position title with salary grade (SG) level and specific place of assignment as posted; The application letter must be addressed to: Dennis S. Mapa, Ph.D., Undersecretary, National Statistician and Civil Registrar General

PSA Data Reveals Common Identification Documents Used by the Public; Attests Need for PhilID

Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) shows that the majority of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) registrants presented alternatives to primary supporting documents. During registration, registrants are required to present their primary supporting documents to validate their provided information. This includes the PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth, Department of Foreign Affairs- issued Philippine Passport or ePassport, Government Service Insurance System or Social Security-issued Unified Multi-purpose Identification Card (UMID), and Land Transportation Office (LTO)-issued Student’s License Permit or Non-Professional/Professional Driver’s License. In the absence of a primary ID or document, the registrant may show a secondary document.

Malacañang orders gov't offices to prepare for PhilSys integration

Malacañang has ordered all government establishments to prepare to integrate the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) into their processes and services. Memorandum Circular No. 95, dated 07 February 2022, directs all government agencies and government-owned or controlled corporations (GOCCs), including departments, bureaus, offices, government financial institutions (GFIs), chartered institutions, and state universities and colleges, to identify services, processes, identification systems, and databases for PhilSys integration.


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