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Government offices in Clark one-stop center resume operations

CLARK FREEPORT -- Various government agencies operating at the One-Stop Processing Center (OSPC) here have resumed operations to once again provide fast, convenient and reliable public service despite the pandemic.

Clark Development Corporation (CDC)–External Affairs Department (EAD) reported that some of the offices in the OSPC that are now open include the Department of Labor and Employment, National Bureau of Investigation, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, Pag-IBIG Fund, PhilHealth and Philippine Overseas Employment Agency.

The Philippine Statistics Agency, Social Security System and Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority are also back in service.

Meanwhile, the Commission on Filipinos Overseas and the Professional Regulations Commission offices in the OSPC are still closed. The details of their operations will be announced.

For other concerns regarding OSPC operations and processes, the public may also reach the CDC-EAD CSR and Placement Division through these numbers: (045) 499-2265, and (045) 499-8264.

While some of the agencies have resumed facilitating their operations, health and safety protocols will still be enforced at the OSPC to ensure the well-being of the public.

The OSPC was established in partnership with CDC and various government agencies to promote the ease of doing business in the Freeport. Aside from this, it is also intended to help fast-track the processing of government services for employees, locators, and residents of adjacent communities here.


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