Productivity Appraisal in the Government Sector and Policy Implications

  • Concepcion R. Martires U.P. Ceasat EA Virata School of Business


This article describes a study to assess the productivity of government agencies utilizing the framework developed by the Civil Service Commission for its New Performance Appraisal System.  It is a three-year study with top and middle level management administrators as respondents.

 Difficulties are described in measuring productivity in government agencies, in instituting an appraisal system, and thereon in getting government more committed to improving efficiency in government agencies

 Suggestions are then given for improving the system of productivity appraisal for government agency performance.