refers to any of the executive departments or entitieshaving the category of a department, including the judiciary and the other constitutional commission and offices.f.
refers to any bureau, office, commission, administration, board,committee, institute, corporation with original charter, state universitiesand colleges, or any other unit of the national government as well as provincial, city or municipal government.g.
refers to the person, tribunal or bodyduly authorized to suspend, dismiss or discipline officials and employeesin the Civil Service.h.
refers to the person, tribunal or body dulyauthorized to suspend, dismiss or discipline officials and employees in theCivil Service.i.
refers to any action denoting the movement or progress in the Civil Service which shall include appointment thoroughcertification, promotion, transfer, reinstatement, reemployment, detail,reassignment, secondment, demotion and separation from the service. j.
refers to the person who is formally charged by thedisciplining authority.k.
PERSON COMPLAINED OF
refers to the person who is the subject of acompliant but who is not as yet formally charged by the discipliningauthority.l.
PARTY ADVERSELY AFFECTED
refers to the respondent againstwhom a decision in a disciplinary case has been rendered or to thedisciplining authority in an appeal from a decision exonerating the saidemployee. (as amended by CSC Resolution No. 021600 published Dec.29, 2002 in TODAY.)m.
refers to the filling of an administrative action or complaint before another agency or any tribunal against the same partyinvolving the same acts or causes of action and relief.n.
refers to the employee who is appointedunder a permanent status to a position previously determined to be a next-in-rank to the vacancy and who meets the requirements for appointmentthereto.o.
refers to positions in the Career Executive Service (CES)which include Undersecretary, Assistant Secretary, Bureau Director,Regional Director, Assistant Regional Director and other officers or equivalent rank.