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THE chief financial officer (CFO) of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) continues to cling to his job in apparent violation of his co-terminus appointment with dismissed CAAP director general, Ramon S. Gutierrez.

Records from the CAAP furnished to People’s Tonight by insiders disclosed that CFO Abner B. Bondoc, should have left the agency when President  Benigno C. Aquino III sacked Gutierrez last June 19.

Bondoc’s title as “CFO” is a position specially created by the CAAP Board of Directors thru Board Resolution No. 2011-006 dated May 6, 2011.

Prior to its issuance, there is no position of “CFO” at the agency based on the CAAP’s organizational structure and staffing pattern (OSSP) approved in 2010 by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) as well as the Civil Service Commission. Neither was this position provided for under RA 9497, the organic law passed by Congress in 2008 that created the CAAP.

President Aquino appointed Bondoc as CFO on March 18, 2011, some two months before the position was actually created by the CAAP board.

As CFO, Bondoc also holds the rank of deputy director general (DDG), which is the second highest position at the CAAP after the director general (DG).

However, the resolution clearly states that as CFO and DDG, Bondoc’s tenure is “co-terminus” with those of the director general who is none other than Gutierrez at the time of their appointment by President Aquino.

“(The) appointed chief financial officer shall be directly reporting to the director general, with co-terminus appointment and the corresponding qualification standards and salary shall be at par/equivalent with that of the deputy director general.

“Wherefore, premises considered, the board approves as it is hereby approved, the creation of the office of the chief financial officer, whose head shall assume a co-terminus appointment,” reads part of the resolution.

With Bondoc’s refusal to comply with the terms of his employment at the CAAP, sources said he should expect to be sued before the Ombudsman in the coming days.

CAAP finance officer might face charges
THE chief financial officer (CFO) of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) continues to cling to his job in apparent violation of his co-terminus appointment with dismissed CAAP director general, Ramon S. Gutierrez.

Records from the CAAP furnished to People’s Tonight by insiders disclosed that CFO Abner B. Bondoc, should have left the agency when President  Benigno C. Aquino III sacked Gutierrez last June 19.

Bondoc’s title as “CFO” is a position specially created by the CAAP Board of Directors thru Board Resolution No. 2011-006 dated May 6, 2011.

Prior to its issuance, there is no position of “CFO” at the agency based on the CAAP’s organizational structure and staffing pattern (OSSP) approved in 2010 by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) as well as the Civil Service Commission. Neither was this position provided for under RA 9497, the organic law passed by Congress in 2008 that created the CAAP.

President Aquino appointed Bondoc as CFO on March 18, 2011, some two months before the position was actually created by the CAAP board.

As CFO, Bondoc also holds the rank of deputy director general (DDG), which is the second highest position at the CAAP after the director general (DG).

However, the resolution clearly states that as CFO and DDG, Bondoc’s tenure is “co-terminus” with those of the director general who is none other than Gutierrez at the time of their appointment by President Aquino.

“(The) appointed chief financial officer shall be directly reporting to the director general, with co-terminus appointment and the corresponding qualification standards and salary shall be at par/equivalent with that of the deputy director general.

“Wherefore, premises considered, the board approves as it is hereby approved, the creation of the office of the chief financial officer, whose head shall assume a co-terminus appointment,” reads part of the resolution.

With Bondoc’s refusal to comply with the terms of his employment at the CAAP, sources said he should expect to be sued before the Ombudsman in the coming days.

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