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A.M. No. 06-3-07-SC - Re: Request for approval of the revised qualification standard for the Chief of MISO

A.M. No. 06-3-07-SC - Re: Request for approval of the revised qualification standard for the Chief of MISO

PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT DECISIONS

EN BANC

[A.M. NO. 06-3-07-SC : November 25, 2009]

RE: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF THE REVISED QUALIFICATION STANDARD FOR THE CHIEF OF MISO.

R E S O L U T I O N

NACHURA, J.:

On September 10, 2009, this Court promulgated a Resolution in the above-captioned case, approving the Qualification Standards (QS) for Chief of Office, Management Information Systems Office (MISO); and Judicial Reform Program Administrator, Program Management Office (PMO), as follows:

 

MISO

Chief of Office

PMO

Judicial Reform Program Administrator

Education

Bachelor of Laws with at least 18 units in computer science, information technology or any similar computer academic course

or

Bachelor's Degree in computer science or information technology and post-graduate degree, preferably in computer science or information technology

Bachelor of Laws with at least 18 units in public administration, business administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

or

Bachelor's degree and post-graduate degree in public administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

Experience

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector, with at least 5 years relevant experience in the field of computer science or information and communication technology

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector, with at least 5 years relevant experience in the field of economics, social sciences, or any related field, as well as in donor coordination and project management.

Training

32 hours of relevant experience in management and supervision

32 hours relevant training in project management and supervision

Eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar), CSC Professional or IT eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or CSC Professional

and the Qualification Standards for Assistant Chief of Office, MISO and Deputy Judicial Reform Program Administrator, PMO:

 

MISO

Assistant Chief of Office

PMO

Deputy Judicial Reform Program Administrator

Education

Bachelor of Laws with units and/or studies in computer science or information technology

or

post-graduate units in computer science or information technology

Bachelor of Laws with units and/or studies in public administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

or

post-graduate units in public administration, business administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

Experience

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector with at least 3 years experience in the field of computer science or information and communication technology

10 years or more relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector with at least 3 years relevant experience in the field of economics, social sciences or any related field, as well as in donor coordination and project management

Training

At least 32 hours of relevant trainings in computer operation, information and communication technology

At least 32 hours of relevant trainings in project management and supervision

Eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or any appropriate CSC 2nd level eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or any appropriate CSC 2nd level eligibility

In a letter dated October 30, 2009, Deputy Clerk of Court and Chief Administrative Officer Atty. Eden T. Candelaria called this Court's attention to what might be an inadvertent minor error in the dispositive portion of our Resolution, specifically on the Training requirement for the Chief of Office, MISO. In particular, the Resolution stated: "32 hours of relevant experience in management and supervision." Atty. Candelaria points out that the word "experience" may have been inadvertently typed instead of "training," which would have been more compatible with the category "Training." If, indeed, such an error was committed, Atty. Candelaria requests the Court to make the necessary correction.

The request is noted and granted.

It has also come to our attention that, in our efforts at maintaining uniformity in the QS, we may have overlooked an important component of the MISO Re-engineering Development Plan (MRDP). As discussed in our September 10, 2009 Resolution, the MISO has an ongoing ICT consultancy project with Indra Sistemas S.A. (INDRA), part of which specifically deals with the creation of the MRDP. Among the concerns studied by INDRA is the staffing pattern of MISO and the QS for each position in the office's plantilla. INDRA recognizes that both lawyers and non-lawyers may apply for the position, and recommends the following QS:

 

FOR LAWYERS

FOR NON-LAWYERS

Education

Bachelor of Laws and 18 MA units in a relevant ICT course or 3 years of relevant ICT experience or 160 hours of ICT training or relevant ICT certification

Bachelor's Degree in a relevant ICT course and an MBA or Post Graduate Degree in a Management related course

or

Bachelor's Degree in a Management-related course and an MBA or Post Graduate Degree in a Management-related course and 18 MA units in a relevant ICT course or 3 years of relevant ICT experience or 160 hours of ICT training or relevant ICT certification

Experience

10 years of supervisory experience (within or outside the Supreme Court)

10 years of supervisory experience (within or outside the Supreme Court)

Training

40 hours of relevant training in management and supervision

40 hours of relevant ICT training

Eligibility

RA 1080 (Attorney)

CSC Professional or IT eligibility

 

An additional project management certification is proposed for all managerial/supervisory positions to enable them to effectively manage ICT projects.

The MRDP was approved by this Court in a Resolution dated August 11, 2009. Thus, in order to fully implement the MISO's MRDP, we resolve to adopt INDRA's recommendation for the QS of the MISO Chief of Office position.

WHEREFORE, the foregoing premises considered, the Court's Resolution dated September 10, 2009 in A.M. No. 06-3-07-SC is hereby AMENDED as follows:

"IN VIEW OF THE FOREGOING, the Court APPROVES, with modification, the recommendations of the OAS on the Qualification Standards for Chief of Office, Management Information Systems Office and Judicial Reform Program Administrator, Program Management Office, as follows:

 

MISO

Chief of Office

PMO

Judicial Reform Program Administrator

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Education

Bachelor of Laws and at least 18 units in computer science, information technology or any similar computer academic course, or 3 years of relevant ICT experience, or 160 hours of ICT training, or relevant ICT certification

or

Bachelor's Degree in computer science or information technology and post-graduate degree, preferably in computer science or information technology

Bachelor of Laws and at least 18 units in public administration, business administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

or

Bachelor's degree and post-graduate degree in public administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

Experience

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector, with at least 5 years relevant experience in the field of economics, social sciences, or any related field, as well as in donor coordination and project management

Training

40 hours of relevant training in management and supervision

32 hours of relevant training in project management and supervision

Eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar), CSC Professional or IT eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or CSC Professional

and the Qualification Standards for Assistant Chief of Office, MISO and Deputy Judicial Reform Program Administrator, PMO:

 

MISO

Assistant Chief of Office

PMO

Deputy Judicial Reform Program Administrator

Education

Bachelor of Laws and units and/or studies in computer science or information technology

or

post-graduate units in computer science or information technology

Bachelor of Laws with units and/or studies in public administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

or

post-graduate units in public administration, business administration, finance, economics, social sciences or any related field

Experience

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector with at least 3 years experience in the field of computer science or information and communication technology

10 years or more of relevant supervisory work experience either in the government (acquired under career service) or private sector with at least 3 years of relevant experience in the field of economics, social sciences or any related field, as well as in donor coordination and project management

Training

At least 32 hours of relevant trainings in computer operation, information and communication technology

At least 32 hours of relevant trainings in project management and supervision

Eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or any appropriate CSC 2nd level eligibility

RA 1080 (Bar) or any appropriate CSC 2nd level eligibility

SO ORDERED."

SO ORDERED.



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