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Public Administration Reform in Malaysia

(By Van Ngoc - Adapted and translated from the book entitled,
“The Malaysian Bureaucracy - Four Decades of Development”)

Administrative improvements and reforms in Malaysia have been taking place in the public service since the early sixties, a few years after Merdeka (Independence). From the most mundane reforms such as name-tags to quality systems and advanced information technology, administrative reform has continued to develop and strengthen over the years. Credit should be given to the indigenous post-Independent government for its approach to implementing administrative changes led by such figures as Tun Abdul Razak and Dr. Mahathir.

This paper gives an overview of administrative reforms in Malaysia in the past four decades: between 1960 and the present time.
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In compliance with the 1987 Administration Law and other related legal documents, the Committee of Public Affairs requests every agency-local and central-including departments, branches, public universities, high schools, and State-Owned Enterprises to establish a commendation and reward system for their staff, concurrent to the mechanism of the State.
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