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Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte appointed taxation expert and former City Administrator Dr. Victor B. Endriga as Officer-in-Charge of the Quezon City University.

The QCU Board of Regents formaly appointed Endriga through QCU Board Resolution No. 9 series of 2019. Endriga succeeds former Budget Secretary Salvador M. Enriquez Jr.

Endriga was City Administrator from 2010 to 2013 and the City Treasurer from 2001 to 2010.

The new QCU president was awarded by FAMAS in 2013 for his exemplary public service and by the Civil Service Commission as one of the Lingkod Bayan awardees of 2006.

Endriga is a graduate of Fiscal Decentralization and Financial Management of Regional and Local Government at the Harvard Institute for International Development.

He obtained his doctoral degree in Fiscal Studies, master in Public Administration, and bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at the Lyceum of the Philippines University.

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