President Guillermo to serve second term at TAU

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Tarlac Agricultural University President, Dr. Max P. Guillermo, secures his second term as approved by the Board of Regents (BOR), upon the recommendation of the Evaluation Committee for President (ECP), during its 1st Quarter BOR meeting via Google Meet on July 1, 2020.

The ECP presented to the BOR members the results of their evaluation after they had identified the numerous milestones accomplished by the University through Dr. Guillermo’s leadership. The committee was organized last November 8, 2019 by the TAU BOR when the latter passed Resolution No. 66 s. 2019, creating the Evaluation Committee to assess President Guillermo's performance during his first term in office. The said BOR Resolution was pursued per CHED Memorandum Order No. 16 s. 2009, Rules and Regulations Governing the Search for President of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs).

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BOR to beef up TAU Org Structure, approves new vision, mission, goals

Consistently assessing TAU’s impact on the advancement of higher education and contribution to community development, the Board of Regents, per the Board Resolution Nos. 25 and 26, s. 2019, approved the streamlining of the University’s Organizational Structure as well as the revision of the Vision, Mission, and Breakthrough Goals statements after series of consultation and scrutiny of the stakeholders and the Board members during the series of strategic planning workshops initiated by the administration, headed by the University President, Dr. Max P. Guillermo.

TAU consciously determines the quality of services it provides as well as the rate of satisfaction of the clienteles from the Tarlac province and its neighboring provinces. And as TAU faces greater challenges after being declared as a SUC Level IV, the administration realized the need to strengthen the line-up of the workforce and services to incessantly address the increasing demand of a larger populace of stakeholders. By opening a new seat for the Vice President for Student Affairs & Services in the Administrative Council, the administration agreed to the re-alignment of the services of each college and department/unit as an intervention to fully determine the institution’s targets and priorities in fulfillment of the revised Vision, Mission, and Breakthrough Goals statements.

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 TAU-HRMO receives PRIME-HR Bronze Award

The TAU’s Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) successfully earned the PRIME-HRM Bronze Award from the Civil Service Commission (CSC) last May 14, 2019 as conferred by the Director of the CSC Regional Office III, Dir. Nelson G. Sarmiento, and the Director of the CSC Tarlac Field Office, Dir. Maria Cristina R. Gonzales, at the Bamboo Training Center, Tarlac Agricultural University.

As per CSC Resolution No. 1801443, promulgated December 4, 2018, with Maturity Level II Accreditation, the TAU-HRMO has met Prime-HRM level II maturity indicators of all the core HR systems, practices and management and has been continuously compliant with service law imposed by the CSC based on the evaluation conducted by Commission and as per the recommendation of CSC Region 3 to the CSC Central Office.

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TAU-RET regains ISO 9001:2015 certification after hurdling 1st Surveillance Audit

The commitment of the Tarlac Agricultural University’s Research, Extension and Training (TAU-RET) Unit to conform to high quality standards and to provide utmost customer satisfaction paid off after it achieved re-certification of the ISO 9001:2015 during the recently conducted 1st Surveillance Audit by Russian Register on January 31, 2019.

The said audit started with an opening program attended in by the members of TAU- RET ISO Core Team, representatives from the different TAU support offices, and the University’s Administrative Council members.

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