september 2010 execon checkpoint

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1. What is your understanding of the following?a. DepEd Orderb. DepEd Memorandumc. DepEd Bulletind. DepEd Advisory : 

1. What is your understanding of the following?a. DepEd Orderb. DepEd Memorandumc. DepEd Bulletind. DepEd Advisory

DepEd Orders- issuances on policies, guidelines, or regulations which are generally permanent in nature and are in effect until rescinded.Deped Memorandum- issuances containing certain instructions and informations which are temporary in nature. These include announcement of conferences, seminars, examinations, surveys, competitions and celebrations. : 

DepEd Orders- issuances on policies, guidelines, or regulations which are generally permanent in nature and are in effect until rescinded.Deped Memorandum- issuances containing certain instructions and informations which are temporary in nature. These include announcement of conferences, seminars, examinations, surveys, competitions and celebrations.

DepEd Bulletin- primarily informative issuances. These includes educational statistics, curricular materials and professional papers.DepEd Advisory- issuances on activities organized by private organizations or individuals. It is intended for information of DepEd employees but does not compel them to participate : 

DepEd Bulletin- primarily informative issuances. These includes educational statistics, curricular materials and professional papers.DepEd Advisory- issuances on activities organized by private organizations or individuals. It is intended for information of DepEd employees but does not compel them to participate

2. In official communication, how will you address the following?a. Higher authorityb. Equal rank or subordinate : 

2. In official communication, how will you address the following?a. Higher authorityb. Equal rank or subordinate

Higher authority- addressed as “Sir” or “Madam”Equal rank or subordinate- “Dear Sir” or “Dear Madam” : 

Higher authority- addressed as “Sir” or “Madam”Equal rank or subordinate- “Dear Sir” or “Dear Madam”

3. What is the proper complimentary close of formal official letters? : 

3. What is the proper complimentary close of formal official letters?

“Very truly yours,” : 

“Very truly yours,”

4. If you are writing a memorandum, when can you use the following:a. Memorandum To:b. Memorandum For: : 

4. If you are writing a memorandum, when can you use the following:a. Memorandum To:b. Memorandum For:

To- if it is addressed to an employee of lower rankFor- if it is addressed to an official of higher rank. : 

To- if it is addressed to an employee of lower rankFor- if it is addressed to an official of higher rank.

5. In what situation in which you are to answer communication by return endorsements? : 

5. In what situation in which you are to answer communication by return endorsements?

Return endorsements for communications sent to persons or firms within the government service. Letter shall be sent for persons or firms outside the government service. : 

Return endorsements for communications sent to persons or firms within the government service. Letter shall be sent for persons or firms outside the government service.

6. What is the procedure in writing endorsements? : 

6. What is the procedure in writing endorsements?

- Numbered consecutively in order that the complete correspondence may show all facts relative to a particular letter.-original copies of the whole correspondence including all endorsements should be sent to the next destination, the last endorsement being sent in duplicate.-under-endorsement is prescribed. : 

- Numbered consecutively in order that the complete correspondence may show all facts relative to a particular letter.-original copies of the whole correspondence including all endorsements should be sent to the next destination, the last endorsement being sent in duplicate.-under-endorsement is prescribed.

7. When shall you use the following in writing endorsements:a. Respectfully forwardedb. Respectfully transmittedc. Respectfully referredd. Contents Noted : 

7. When shall you use the following in writing endorsements:a. Respectfully forwardedb. Respectfully transmittedc. Respectfully referredd. Contents Noted

Respectfully forwarded- to an office of higher rankRespectfully transmitted- to an office of equal rankRespectfully referred- to a subordinate officeContents Noted- for communications where no new significant information or opinion is given. : 

Respectfully forwarded- to an office of higher rankRespectfully transmitted- to an office of equal rankRespectfully referred- to a subordinate officeContents Noted- for communications where no new significant information or opinion is given.

8. What are the different leave of absence that can be availed of by government employees? Name at least 5. : 

8. What are the different leave of absence that can be availed of by government employees? Name at least 5.

- Sick leave- Vacation leave- Maternity leave- Paternity leave- forced leave- special leave - study leave- terminal leave : 

- Sick leave- Vacation leave- Maternity leave- Paternity leave- forced leave- special leave - study leave- terminal leave

9. Differentiate tardiness and undertime. : 

9. Differentiate tardiness and undertime.

- Tardiness- late arrival to the official station- Undertime – cutting short of the 8-hour official time of duty : 

- Tardiness- late arrival to the official station- Undertime – cutting short of the 8-hour official time of duty

10. What is your possible sanctions if you will not liquidate cash advances during the prescribed period of time? : 

10. What is your possible sanctions if you will not liquidate cash advances during the prescribed period of time?

- Withholding of salary-Criminal charges for violation of:a. P.D. 1445 or Government Auditing Code of the Philippinesb. Article 217 of Revised Penal Code of Malversation of Public Fundsc. Article 218 of RPC or Failure of Accountable Officer to render accountsd. Administrative- Gross Neglect of Duty and Dishonesty : 

- Withholding of salary-Criminal charges for violation of:a. P.D. 1445 or Government Auditing Code of the Philippinesb. Article 217 of Revised Penal Code of Malversation of Public Fundsc. Article 218 of RPC or Failure of Accountable Officer to render accountsd. Administrative- Gross Neglect of Duty and Dishonesty

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