Palayan City now part of PH’s BPO industry – Mayor Cuevas
Palayan City is officially now part of the business process outsourcing industry following the inauguration of its first BPO building at a 3.4 hectare site in Barangay Singalat last March 7.
The P1.5 billion facility has four buildings, one of which will be the Government Center Building which will house several government offices that would cater to the people’s need for passports, licenses and other government documents and services.
Palayan Mayor Rianne Cuevas said the projects are just some of the signs of the city’s readiness to take on the challenges taking the lead in Nueva Ecija’s march to progress.
“Aside from this BPO building, the Business Hub will soon be having these national government agencies–Department of Foreign Affairs, National Bureau of Investigation, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippine Overseas Employment Agency, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Information and Communication Technology, Department of Education, Commission on Elections, Social Security Service, Government Service Insurance System, Philippine Statistics Authority and PhilHealth and also 75-room hotel” the lady politiko said in a Manila Bulletin online report dated March 9.
Cuevas urged all locals from Nueva Ecija working in the BPO industry elsewhere in the country to come home and take part in the development of not only Palayan but the entire province of Nueva Ecija.
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