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February 27, 2018

Unveiling ceremony and turnover rites for the 2018 art tilt. State pension fund Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) officially launched the 2018 GSIS Art Competition – the country’s biggest and most awaited visual art contest – in a ceremonial unveiling of backdrop (first photo) and turnover of contest guidelines and entry forms (second photo) held on 21 February 2018, Friday. The opening rite was led by VP Margie A. Jorillo and Manager Raymundo Andres V. Palad (seventh and eighth from left) of the GSIS Corporate Communications Office (CCO) and Art Association of the Philippines (AAP) President Fidel Sarmiento (sixth from left). Witnessing the simple ceremonies were CCO staff and other AAP officers namely (from left), Ricky Ramos; April Grace Marie Lucas; Monette Alvarez; Veronica Olan; Roger Santos; Ral Arrogante; Jo Florendo; Rossini Conwi; Ma. Meljune Aminah Dionisio; and Leslie Anne Fangonil.

February 26, 2018

GSIS renews agreement with National Museum to manage art collection. The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) renewed its partnership with the National Museum of the Philippines after signing on Friday, a memorandum of agreement that will manage its art collection for three more years, from 2018 to 2021. This developed after the five-year (2012-2017) earlier agreement of the two institutions ended last October 2017. Under the agreement, the National Museum will continue to manage, preserve, maintain, secure, promote, and display for public viewing the 91 artworks of Filipino masters owned by GSIS.

January 31, 2018

FRONTLINE SERVICE CHAMP. GSIS President and General Manager Jesus Clint Aranas is flanked by (from left) Senior Vice President for Vismin Operations Dionisio Ebdane Jr, Senior Vice President for NCR Operations Nora Malubay-Saludares and Senior Vice President for Luzon Operations Sally Mate, following the presentation of Anti Red Tape Act program awards, which the Government Service Insurance System recently earned for being the frontline service delivery champion and Seal of Excellence Hall of Famer.

January 30, 2018

GSIS Maturity Benefit and Motor Vehicle Claims’ Processing now ISO-certified. GSIS President and General Manager and Quality Management Representative (QMR) Jesus Clint Aranas receives from TUV Rheinland Managing Director Tristan Loveres, the ISO 9001:2015 Certificate for the pension fund’s risk-based Quality Management System (QMS) on maturity benefit and motor vehicle claims’ processing. ISO has also maintained GSIS’s 9001:2015 certification for its QMS on loan processing and membership administration, which it first attained in 2016. PGM Aranas is joined by (from left) Officer I and Deputy Document Control Custodian Nice Felix, Officer in Charge-Manager and Document Control Custodian Omna Ceniza, Senior Vice President and Deputy QMR for maturity benefits’ processing Nora Malubay-Saludares, Senior Vice President and Deputy QMR for motor vehicle claims processing Maria Obdulia Palanca, and Vice President and Program Manager of internal QMS audit Juliet Bautista. In his message, PGM Aranas underscored that “integrity is the key to achieving excellence. If we have integrity, trust and respect will automatically follow.”


December 5, 2017

GSIS among top GOCC achievers in the Corporate Governance Scorecard. The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) received an award of excellence in the Corporate Governance Scorecard (CGS) from the Governance Commission for Government Owned and Controlled Corporations (GCG) in ceremonies held at the Dusit Thani Manila, Makati City, last November 24. Photo shows President and General Manager Jesus Clint O. Aranas (right) with GCG Chairman Samuel G. Dagpin Jr. after the awarding ceremonies. Of the 90 government-owned and -controlled corporations (GOCCs) assessed for the CGS, GSIS ranked seventh among those that earned the highest scores. The state pension fund was particularly cited for consultative and transparent relationship with its stakeholders by actively engaging its members and pensioners in regular dialogues conducted across the country. The CGS was established on October 8, 2015 to evaluate the governance performance of GOCCs and recognize well-governed corporations among them. It uses a methodology benchmarked against the Principles of Corporate Governance of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard.

November 28, 2017

GSIS Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification for Maturity Benefits and Motor Vehicle Claims’ Processing. President and General Manager Jesus Clint Aranas (standing, center) celebrates with GSIS executives following the recommendation of TUV-Rheinland Philippines (TUV-R) to confer an ISO 9001:2015 certification for its quality management system (QMS) on maturity benefit and motor vehicle claims’ processing. TUV-R also concluded that GSIS has maintained its existing ISO 9001:2015 QMS on membership administration and loans processing, which the pension fund attained in 2016. PGM Aranas said “I am certainly proud of the GSIS Team for achieving yet another breakthrough on its 80th milestone year. By meeting the rigorous standards of ISO, GSIS proves its commitment to continually improve the processes for responsive service to our more than two million members and pensioners”.

September 7, 2017

ASEAN Social Security Association (ASSA) cites GSIS for customer service, innovation. At the 34th ASSA Board Meeting held last month in Udon Thani, Thailand, GSIS was recognized anew by ASSA for the GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System (GWAPS) kiosks and the Electronic GSIS Member Online (eGSISMO) system, under the customer service and innovation categories. Trustee Wilfredo Maldia and Senior Vice President for Actuarial and Risk Management Group Severina Resurreccion accepted the plaques of citation.

July 28, 2017

Officer in Charge Nora Malubay-Saludares shares the GSIS experience on transitioning to ISO 9001:2015 during the annual forum on Quality Management System (QMS). The Forum, which was held last Wednesday and Thursday (26 to 27 July 2017), highlighted the impact of ISO 9001:2015-based QMS on business operations. GSIS received the ISO 9001:2015 certification for its QMS on loans processing and membership administration in March this year. In 2015, GSIS was conferred the ISO 9001:2008 for its loans processing only. The System is preparing for an ISO certification on maturity and motor vehicle claims’ processes, the implementation for which is set to begin next month.

July 19, 2017

GSIS visit of Indonesia’s pension fund PT TASPEN (PERSERO). Delegates of Indonesia’s state pension fund PT TASPEN (PERSERO) headed by Chief Executive Officer and President Iqbal Latanro (right of Chairman Francisco T. Duque) paid a courtesy call on Chairman Duque III during their company visit to GSIS on Monday. The visit aimed to gain knowledge on the best practices of GSIS and create beneficial relations between PT TASPEN and the System. Senior Vice President for VisMin Operations Dionisio Ebdane Jr. (second from right) welcomed the delegates on behalf of OIC Nora Malubay-Saludares (third from left). NCR I Manager Rodrigo Manuel (left) and Vice President for Visayas Operations Joseph Philip Andres (beside Mgr Manuel) briefed the delegation on GSIS benefit programs and loan privileges and contact center operations, respectively.

July 5, 2017

CSC cites GSIS for exemplary service. Seal of Excellence Awardees. Five GSIS offices from North Luzon were recently conferred the Citizen’s Satisfaction Center Seal of Excellence for exemplary service—Bulacan, Cabanatuan, Pampanga, Tarlac and Iba. Chairman Francisco Duque III is flanked by North Luzon Vice President Ed Fernandez, Vice President Margie Jorillo, Cauayan Manager Araceli Santos, Cabanatuan Manager Mabel de Guzman, Bulacan Manager Leon Ma. Fajardo, Bataan Manager Arlene Villanueva, Tarlac Manager Roberto Meneses, Pampanga Staff Officer II Anna Liza de Guzman, Pampanga Officer in Charge Alma Fatima Hilario, Officer in Charge Senior Vice President for Luzon Group Salvacion Mate (extreme right), Lucena Manager Carmencita Ong (second from right) and GSIS employees.

July 5, 2017

CSC HR Forum. OIC Nora Malubay-Saludares recounts the journey of transformation of GSIS to a full-packed crowd during the 2017 Public Sector HR Forum held at the Philippine International Convention Center yesterday. In her presentation she narrated the reforms that were implemented by the pension fund to regain the trust and confidence of its members and pensioners and the ensuing breakthroughs that these reforms generated. She also highlighted the various awards that GSIS has reaped as results of its transformation. OIC Malubay-Saludares said that with a new Board of Trustees, the journey of GSIS continues and takes on an even more challenging course as it envisions itself to be one of the top three defined-benefit pension fund institutions in the ASEAN region. Held yearly, the CSC HR Forum showcases best practices of progressive organizations in the public and private sectors. GSIS also participated in the ARTA Caravan that aimed to heighten public awareness on the gains of ARTA in the past 10 years, citizens’ rights and responsibilities as clients of public service and government agencies’ efforts to institute excellence in the public sector.

June 14, 2017

2017 GSIS art tilt winners bared. Winning artists of the 13th GSIS National Art Competition receive their checks, medals, and plaques of appreciation from SVP Nora Malubay-Saludares, officer-in-charge, Office of the GSIS President and General Manager, and SVP Dionisio C. Ebdane Jr., chairman of the 80th GSIS Anniversary Steering Committee (standing; 18th and 21st from left). Assisting them was Fidel V. Sarmiento, president of the Art Association of the Philippines (standing; eighth from left). The awarding ceremonies were held at the GSIS Theater on June 2.

May 11, 2017

Chairman Duque bares new GSIS plans to DOH workers.
Newly appointed Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Chairman Francisco T. Duque III explained the state pension fund’s new and enhanced initiatives at the annual convention of the national workers’ union of the Department of Health (DOH) held last May 5 at the Century Park Hotel in Pasay City.


November 21, 2016

GSIS gets international recognition for its billing and collection system.
GSIS’s latest international recognition. SVP Nora Malubay-Saludares, GSIS officer-in-charge, receives a plaque of recognition and trophy at the 2016 World Pension Summit at The Hague, Netherlands, for the GSIS’s Electronic Billing and Collection System last November 10. Less than a month ago, GSIS also won the ADP Service Excellence Company of the Year award by Asia CEO.


December 18, 2015

The new GSIS Bohol Branch, located in CPG North Avenue in Tagbilaran City, is bigger and more accessible to members and pensioners.

GSIS Bohol office moves to better location.
Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) President and General Manager Robert G. Vergara announced that its Bohol Branch Office transferred to a better location making it convenient for its 26,000 members and pensioners in the province to transact with the pension fund.

“The move not only provides a bigger and newer space to serve our stakeholders but also renews our commitment to provide them accessible and responsive service,” Vergara said during the office’s inauguration held on Thursday.

March 10, 2015

GSIS Dialogue in Pasig.
President and General Manager Robert G. Vergara clarifies a member’s concern during the first ever dialogue held in Pasig City on Friday, the first to be conducted in the National Capital Region. With more than a thousand attendees representing the Department of Education and other regional offices and local government units of Pasig, Pateros, Taguig, Marikina and the province of Rizal, the dialogue was the biggest thus far. GSIS chose Pasig for its maiden NCR dialogue given the location of the Department of Education-Central Office with more than 78,000 GSIS active members accounting for 73% of the total membership of 122,469 covered by the Pasig Extension Office. Vergara updated the attendees on the reforms implemented by the pension fund to provide responsive service to its 1.8 million members and pensioners. These include the non-suspension of loan privileges of employees working in suspended agencies, the restoration of survivorship pension, the option to change retirement date and mode, the enhancement on loan programs, the partnership with the LANDBANK (as additional servicing bank), the Home Development Mutual Fund (as conduit lender for housing and the National Museum (as manager of GSIS art works), and the increased service access points such as GWAPs kiosks, contact center, and service desks in far-flung areas. The dialogue forms part of the pension fund’s effort to engage with and reach out to its members and pensioners in line with the goal of transparency.