BIOTS

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BIOTSBest Interest of the Service (US Navy discharge)
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of Tubungan in Iloilo were also accused of committing gross neglect of duty and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service.
In the case of Farin, he was found guilty of gross neglect of duty and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service after failing to verify the documents of several cargo trucks in September 2018.
They were accused of serious dishonesty, grave misconduct, and conduct grossly predudicial to the best interest of the service.
The CA reiterated that the Office of the Ombudsman (OMB) was correct in its ruling that Ipong was guilty of grave misconduct and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service.
Tugade has ordered the suspension of LTFRB Executive Director Samuel Jardin after the latter received formal charges for 'grave misconduct; receiving for personal use a valuable thing in the course of official duties wherein such gift was given in the expectation of receiving favorable treatment; and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service.'
Aside from Paulate, another other former Quezon City councillor and now member of the House of Representatives, Francisco Calalay Jr, was also found guilty of "falsification of officials documents, serious dishonesty, conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service and grave misconduct."
what is in the best interest of the service? how does each one of us help accomplish those objectives at the local level?
In the other cases, Remonde was also ordered dismissed for conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service, grave misconduct, gross neglect of duty, and serious dishonesty for initially issuing an alert order against a shipment declared to be containing 'refractory mortar' - heat resistant mixes - and then revoking the alert.
The complainant said Guerrero must also be investigated for administrative offenses of grave misconduct, gross neglect of duty and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service. Also named as respondents in the complaint were three ranking BOC officials: Intelligence Group deputy commissioner Raniel Ramiro, Risk Management Office chief George Patrick Avila and Office of the Commissioner chief of staff and Revenue Collection Monitoring Group acting deputy commissioner Teodoro Jumamil.
Laranjo, who carted away the computer set, and Javier, who solicited money from a litigant, were found guilty of grave misconduct, dishonesty and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service.
Ano said the 46 narco-politicians are facing administrative charges of grave misconduct, conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service, conduct unbecoming of a public officer, and a gross neglect of duty.