BY: VENUS MAY H. SARMIENTO
CALASIAO, Pangasinan, March 24 (PIA) - The Bureau of Internal Revenue in the region is speeding up its recruitment process to beef up its manpower complement.
Assistant Regional Director Eduardo Pagulayan said the bureau is in need of young and dynamic Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), lawyers as well as business and computer graduates with civil service eligibilities.
“(Based on rationalization plan) the region is in need of about 400 personnel in addition to its existing workforce. Kaya ang ginagawa namin ngayon ay pumupunta kami sa mga universities para ipaalam itong vacancies,” Pagulayan told the Philippine Information Agency.
Meanwhile, Regional Information Officer Lee Caday said BIR continues to improve its software and hardware facilities to better accommodate the growing number of users of its electronic filing system.
Aside from the usual manual mode of filing, Caday enjoined the use of eBIR forms alongside the already existing electronic filing and payment system to allow a more efficient filing and paying experience.(MCA/VHS/PIA-1Pangasinan)