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BOC-Cebu execs meet with state auditors

Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon - The Freeman
BOC-Cebu execs meet with state auditors
According to BOC-Port of Cebu, it was an opportunity for both organizations to share insights and develop a clear path forward to address the recommendations presented by the COA.
Joy Torrejos

CEBU, Philippines — To further improve operations and governance, the Bureau of Customs Port of Cebu met with the auditors from the Commission on Audit (COA) for an exit conference to discuss audit observations and recommendations.

The conference focused on a thorough review of the audit findings as well as discussions on necessary corrective measures to address the issues found by state auditors to be irregular.

According to BOC-Port of Cebu, it was an opportunity for both organizations to share insights and develop a clear path forward to address the recommendations presented by the COA.

“We are deeply thankful for the insights and recommendations provided by the Commission on Audit. Their expertise and thorough evaluation have been instrumental in highlighting areas for improvement,” said BOC Cebu district collector Ricardo Morales II.

Morales added that their collaboration is a testament to their shared commitment to transparency, accountability, and continuous improvement in public service.

“We look forward to implementing the recommendations and further strengthening our operations,” he added.

The meeting was attended by key personnel from the BOC Port of Cebu--Deputy Collector for Administration Shirley N. Abarintos, Chief of the Law Division Atty. Erwin C. Andaya, Acting Chief of the Administrative Division Ma. Cleofe M. Calope, Procurement Officer Ms. Roselyn B. Antopina, Chief Accountant Yolette U. de Hitta, Property Custodian Versa Liza C. Quintana, and Accountable Forms Custodian Emelie Ann Echavez.

Morales said the Port of Cebu remains committed to enhancing its operational efficiency, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards, and fostering transparency and accountability in all its transactions.

“This commitment is reflected in the continuous efforts to innovate and adopt best practices for the benefit of its stakeholders and the broader community it serves,” he said. — (FREEMAN)

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