GSIS unveils 2022 art tilt winners

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) unveiled the 21 winning entries to the 17th GSIS National Art Competition on June 24 at the GSIS Gymnasium. The winners of the representational painting category, carrying the theme “Pagsulong at Pag-asa sa Bagong Normal”, are James Sanorjo for his entry “Ugaliing Gawin” in first place; Mark Angelo Argarin’s “Partner sa Pagsulong”, second place; and Leonardo Manto III’s “Face to Face Class”, third place. In the abstract painting category, Valerie Anne Feliza Valero bagged the top prize for her artwork “Shift & Change”. Valero is the first female participant to win the grand prize...

Newly-renovated GSIS Dipolog branch provides greater ‘Ginhawa’ for members, pensioners

Dipolog. In simple ceremonies today, GSIS President and General Manager Rolando Ledesma Macasaet led the blessing and turnover rite for the newly-renovated GSIS Dipolog branch building, which aims to provide its more than 43,000 members and pensioners, the Ginhawa experience. The renovation started in May 2021 that included the widening of ramp at the entrance porch for easier access of clients, replacement of ceiling and lighting fixtures for better lighting efficiency, repainting of building and the leveling of the ground floor with replacement of tiles for better walking surfaces, particularly for clients using wheelchairs, and improvement of rest rooms. In...

GSIS earmarks P272M in emergency loan for Davao de Oro members, pensioners

State pension fund Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) set aside close to P272 million in emergency loan for members and pensioners who were affected by massive flooding due to heavy rains in the province of Davao de Oro in April. GSIS is accepting applications until July 5. Expected to benefit from the loan are 12,325 active members and 1,257 old-age and disability pensioners. Active members must be working or residing in the calamity-declared area. To qualify for the program, they must not be on leave of absence without pay, have no pending administrative case or criminal charge, have at least...

GSIS, LTO, IC sign pact to link systems for faster, foolproof vehicle insurance processing

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) recently signed an agreement to link its IT system with the Land Transportation Office (LTO) and Insurance Commission (IC) to make the processing of motor vehicle registration faster, more economical and at the same time, curb fake insurance cover. The interconnectivity among the three agencies is made possible through a secure and protected integrated system that allows GSIS to request relevant information on motor vehicles online from LTO and IC and obtain responses on a real time basis. This spells faster processing of Certificate of Cover (COC) which is a requirement for LTO registration....