Every government seeks to build a public
service having the value of excellence and with integrity.
Thus, every government should wish to constantly
maintains the standard of “a public office is a public
trust,” for that being said, they started various
programs or initiatives specifically to curb or combat
the problem of corruption in our society and encourage
good governance and public thrust. This study wants to
assess the implementation and monitoring of the
different anti-corruption initiatives to promote good
governance and enhance public trust. The problem
being investigated is the effort of the Philippine
Government in the implementation, and monitoring of
different anti-corruption initiatives. Expressly, it ought
to collect particular answer to the following question:
(1) What is the status of the anti-corruption initiatives
of the Philippine Government in terms of: 1.1.
Implementation; and 1.2. Monitoring. The
methodology used was a qualitative research. 10
respondents were chosen from the Philippine civil
service commission. A semi-structured interview was
utilized. The findings of the study show that the
commission is continuously improving its procedure
and conducting surprise visit to its satellite office to
ensure the public trust, also these anti-corruption
initiatives are being monitored to give an assurance to
the public that they continuously provide quality,
effective, and efficient public service to everyone.
Keywords : Implementation, Monitoring, Anti-Corruption Initiatives, Corruption.