January 19th, 2011
By Lanie Pitao-Tupaz
Naval, Biliran – The Association of Government Information Officers (AGIO) of the province of Biliran recently elected its new set of officers to intensify the dissemination of information and government programs within the bureaucracy down to it target clients in the grassroots.
From among the 40 members of AGIO, they elected the following officers: President – Dionesio Oliva, Jr. (Provincial Government); Vice-President – John Anthony Romagos (NSU); Secretary – Renavil Cueva (NSO); Treasurer – Carmelino Bernadas (DepEd); Auditors – Mary Lailani Tupaz (PIA) and Violeta Gahum (TESDA); PIOs – Felix Carcellar (LGU-Kawayan) and Aldrin Caing (Provincial Government); Peace Officers – Neil Casas (BFP) and Lorenzo Genoguin (LGU-Cabucgayan); and Muse – Elvira dela Cruz (NFA).
Oliva, in his second term as president of AGIO, called its members to a meeting to activate the organization, renew the camaraderie, and familiarize with its new members to effectively share recent developments in their respective offices.
Membership of the Biliran AGIO covers all information officers from the 32 national government offices based in the capital town of Naval, and the eight municipalities of the province of Biliran.
It was organized in the year 2000 with the main thrust of strengthening information campaign of government programs in the province of Biliran. # (PIA Biliran)
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