Government employees, including personnel of Philippine National Police (PNP), are expected to receive another cash incentive this year-end of 2020, a new law says.
To ensure the success of the young police organization, the Law explicitly promised the following provisions: Section 24. “..In order to perform its powers and functions efficiently and effectively, the PNP shall be provided with adequate land, sea, and air capabilities and all necessary material means of resources.”
The PNP Bids and Awards Committee is set to open the bids for 10 High Speed Tactical Watercrafts (HSTW) on November 3, 2020. In an Invitation To Bid document published in PNP website, it is stated that the supply of 10 HSTWs will have a budget of 126 million pesos under Public Bidding No. PNP-GAA20PB-20-14G. […]
The additional 22 units of High Speed Tactical Watercraft (HSTW) had been received by the PNP Maritime Group last October 15, 2020 in a simple ceremony held at the contractor shipyard in Cebu City. The contractor, DM8 Composites, is expected to turn over these HSTWs complete with training packages on Navigation, Seamanship Maintenance and Boarding. […]
PSSLAI will not collect any accrued interests for the whole duration of the 60-day grace period for loan payments. In an advisory posted on its website, it explains that based on RA 11494 or Bayanihan to Recover as One Act and BSP Memorandum Circular No. M-2020-068, lending institutions “may collect Accrued Interests for loans covered by the […]
The Public Safety Savings and Loan Association, Inc (PSSLAI) published a statement on its website regarding the 60-day grace period on loan payments as mandated by RA 11494 or the Bayanihan 2 law.
The Armed Forces and Police Savings and Loans Association, Inc. (AFPSLAI) will implement a 60-day moratorium for all loan payments of its member-borrowers.
Among the allowances and bonuses that government employees (PNP and MUPs included) are receiving every year, one of the most anticipated is the Mid-year bonus. The release of this bonus is very timely as it precedes the opening of classes and enrollment on June.
People were asking this question that I used as the title of this article, as the uncertainty of COVID-19 QUARANTINE progresses.
As of today, April 17, PNP Health Service Director, Police Brigadier General Herminio Tadeo Jr said there are additional six (6) new confirmed cases of personnel infected with COVID-19. This brings the total (of COVID-19 positive PNP personnel) to 65 confirmed cases, with 501 suspected and 51 probable PNP personnel infected by the virus. The […]