Two staff of the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) have been officially designated by PRC Chairman Florentino C. Doble to certify and authenticate records of the results of board examinations.
In a notice advisory, Chairman Doble said Olivia T. Llanes, Administrative Assistant I, and Leonilia S. Marasigan, Clerk IV, of the PRC Records Management Division, have been authorized to sign, certify, and authenticate board ratings, as well as records of passing, failure, and rank in the results of all PRC’s licensure examinations.
The notice, along with the specimen signatures and initials of the authorized Records Management Division staff, was issued by the Office of the PRC chairman through Office Order No. 2015-302.
The PRC is an attached agency of the DOLE responsible for the administration, implementation, and enforcement of policies on the regulation and licensing of various professions and occupations under its jurisdiction.
The PRC was attached to the Department of Labor and Employment pursuant to Executive Order No. 565 on 11 September 2006. On 9 October 2006, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued Executive Order No. 565-A, delegating the Presidential power of control over the PRC to the DOLE Secretary.
The PRC regulates and supervises the practice of the professionals who constitute the highly skilled manpower of the country.