30 government agencies and companies join DENR’s unique business center


RH@UrSERVICE. About 30 government agencies and private companies have joined the HR@UrService one-stop business center of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources as part of the celebration of the Philippines Environment Month. (DENR)

SOME 30 government agencies and private companies joined the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) one-stop business center event this week as part of the celebration of the Philippines Environment Month in June.

Participating companies and agencies gave government employees and the public the opportunity to benefit from front-line services and transactions.

DENR Regional Executive Director Paquito T. Moreno Jr. noted that the event provided an opportunity for government agencies and the private sector to truly express their unity in providing services to the public.

“With the HR@UrService, we bring together different public and private offices, so we can be able to extend their services in a single business center, allowing our colleagues, colleagues in the public service and even our relatives, to enjoy the service in a very convenient way.” said Moreno.

Public Service Commission Regional Director Fernando Mendoza commended the DENR initiative, noting that the event served as a channel to provide a streamlined and efficient interface between government agencies, businesses and the public.

This year’s Environment Month is themed “Aksyon Para sa Natatanging Mundo”, which calls for collective and transformative action to protect and conserve the planet.


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