Catarman N. Samar– The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) continues to fortify its commitment to the professional development of its workforce with the successful completion of a two-day Remote Computer Proficiency Examination (CPE) held on March 25-26, 2024.

This initiative, organized by the DPWH Information Management Service (IMS), has profoundly benefited 72 employees of the Northern Samar 1st District Engineering Office (DEO).

Under the vigilant guidance of the IMS and with unwavering support from District Information and Technology Support Officer Franchette L. Dones, the examination rigorously evaluated the computer skills of clerical and technical staff within the Northern Samar 1st District Engineering Office.

District Engineer Alvin A. Ignacio underscored the significance of nurturing essential digital competencies among employees. He emphasized, “In today’s swiftly evolving technological landscape, proficiency in computer skills is not merely advantageous but essential. This examination exemplifies our commitment to fostering a culture of continuous learning and advancement within our department.”

The examination, designed to assess a broad spectrum of computer competencies, aimed to equip employees with the necessary skills to navigate the complexities of modern-day digital tools and technologies effectively.

This initiative underscores DPWH’s ongoing efforts to empower its workforce and ensure they remain equipped to meet the challenges of today’s digital landscape. The department remains steadfast in its commitment to fostering a culture of continuous learning, innovation, and excellence among its dedicated employees.