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LTO recognizes dedicated, hardworking personnel

Jason Alba Donato
Jason Alba Donato, former assistant chief, LTO-NCR-West, Public Utility Vehicle Registration Center, elevated to LTO-NCR-East, Operations Division.
Raymund Quibang
Raymund Quibang, former assistant chief LTO-NCR-East, Operations Division, elevated to LTO-NCR-East, San Juan District Office as new assistant chief.
Richard Jurada
Richard Jurada, assistant chief LTO-NCR-East, Northern Motor Vehicle Inspection Center, in concurrent capacity as assistant head, LTO-NCR-East, PUVRC.

THE Land Transportation Office (LTO) has recognized hardworking personnel of the agency and given more challenging tasks.

This was disclosed yesterday by Benjamin V. Santiago III, director of LTO-National Capital Region-East after three hardworking and competent personnel were given higher tasks in the agency.

In an official order issued by Santiago, Jason Alba Donato, former assistant chief of the LTO-Public Utility Vehicle Registration Center was elevated to LTO-NCR-East, Operation Division.

Raymund N. Quibang, formerly assigned at LTO-NCR-East, Operation Division, was transferred to LTO-NCR-East, San Juan District Office.

Richard Jurada, assistant chief of LTO-NCR-East, Northern Motor Vehicle Inspection Center, will become assistant chief in concurrent capacity of LTO-NCR-East, PUVRC.

The agency needs young blood, hardworking, pro-active and most importantly dedicated personnel to do their tasks being public servants — the reason why we have to reassign compentent personnel to a sensitive positions,” said Santiago.

One of those with good standing credential is Donato who finished his Masteral of Public Management Major in Public Policy and Program Administration (MPM-PPAP) at the University of the Philippines-Open University (UPOU) in 2014.

I personally encourage and challenge ang mga personnel natin, strive lang ipakita nyo yung dedication nyo, talent and ability. Ibibigay namin sa inyo kung ano ang credit para sa inyo lalo na yung mga young blood at willing talaga magbigay ng kanilang public services sa publiko,” said Santiago.

Santiago said they need to train more personnel because several district chiefs, division chiefs and heads will retired from the agency in the next few years.

Gaya ng San Juan District Office, in a few months pa retire na yung chief dun kaya si Quibang in place na siya sa position. By that time kabisado nya na lahat ang trabaho kasi na train na siya bilang chief,” said Santiago.