He also presented awards to those who have proposed improvements in
their work areas or shown outstanding performance.
Today, in President Enrique Peña Nieto’s government, the work of those
awarded the Prize for Length of Service, Incentives and Rewards 2015, is essential,
because here, “We form a team in which everyone is important; where everyone’s work
is essential,” declared Raymundo Balboa Cruz, Deputy Chief of the President’s Office.
As he led this ceremony, on behalf of the Head of the President’s Office,
Francisco Guzmán Ortiz, Raymond Balboa told the winners that their faces reflected
great pride and satisfaction with serving Mexico to help the president
discharge his responsibilities for the benefit of all Mexicans.
"The president expects enthusiasm from all of us. We have worked in the administration for three years, we have three more
We must redouble our efforts and work very hard. We are part of a larger project of national transformation; perhaps the
largest in decades, and while having completed 25 or 30 years of service is important
in itself, being part of this great project to transform the nation makes it even
more important,” he said.
In the 2015 edition, the president presented 66 awards to public
seven for 30 years’ service, 24 for 25 years’ service and
31 Incentives for those who have shown outstanding performance and 4 rewards for
those who proposed improvements in their work areas, in keeping with the Law on
Prizes, Incentives and Civil Rewards.
Within this context, Raymundo Balboa said the everyday activity of each
employee in his respective areas, "Is crucial to enabling the president’s office
No job is unimportant."
Carlos Alberto Ramírez Velasco, General Coordinator of Administration of
the President’s Office, acknowledged the work and professionalism of the prize-winning
public servants who contribute to the development of the nation, “And provide an
example of dedication and commitment.”
He said that after the first three years of President Enrique Pena Nieto’s
government, Mexico is at a significant stage of important achievements that reflect
the development it has achieved and support the new generations who will
contribute to the Mexico of tomorrow.
The ceremony was also attended by Alejandra Diaz Aguirre, on behalf of the Ministry of Public
Administration; Roberto Padilla Dominguez, Technical Secretary of the Cabinet;
Rafael Zárate César, Head of Internal Control, Office of the President’s Office;
and Paulo Carreño King, Coordinator of the Country Brand and International
The heads of all the ministries and all the areas of the President’s Office
and the Presidential General Staff were also present.