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  • 01 Jan 1990
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 55
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
Malaysian women and girls have enjoyed equal opportunities with men and boys in terms of access to basic social services since the country’s independence in 1957, achieving significant progress in socioeconomic areas (UNDP 2007). Malaysia has also...
Since the successful launch of the Commonwealth Profiles series in 1995, much has happened. When the Auckland CHOGM of 1995 mandated its 'Towards a New Public Administration' Programme, many Commonwealth member countries, to a greater or lesser...
The Malaysian Public Service reform agenda continues to focus on the twin tasks of socio-economic development and nation building. Administrative reform measures that have been introduced in the Public Service since the 1960s have been systematically...
At the national level, policy analysis and policy evaluation are undertaken by the Economic Planning Unit of the Prime Minister's Department. The Macro and Evaluation Division of the EPU evaluates the impact of government policies on the quality of...
The advent of information and communication technology offers the opportunity for the Public Service to strive for higher efficiency and provide better services in a rapidly changing environment. In capitalising on the use of ICT as a key enabler of...
The Malaysian Public Service has taken various measures to transform itself to provide more customer-driven and business-friendly services. Its administrative modernisation agenda is focused on achieving efficiency, effectiveness and quality...
Malaysia is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch as the supreme head. The Federal Constitution provides for the separation of powers between the legislative, judicial and executive authorities and ensures an effective system of...
The Public Service has established the Internal Audit Unit (IAU) as part of its efforts to strengthen internal control in government agencies. Since 2001, a total of 31 ministries and departments have set up IAUs. The role and responsibilities of the...
Quality management in the Public Service was initiated with the launching of the Excellent Work Culture Movement in 1989. Subsequently, the Public Service embarked on a dedicated administrative improvement agenda that is based on the quality...
Feedback from the business community continues to form an important input into policy formulation. This is facilitated by the Malaysia Incorporated Policy or Malaysia Inc., which promotes active dialogue between the Government and its partners, in...
Malaysia is a good case study of a country seeking to facilitate information technology at many levels. The purpose of this chapter is to examine the proposed programs for the usage of information technologies for both electronic governance and the...
The National Science Centre of Malaysia is situated at a 20-acre site at Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is an informal education institution under the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment. The Centre's mission is to inculcate...
Malaysia is a Federation consisting of eleven states of peninsular Malaysia and the two states of Sarawak and Sabah located on the northern coast of the island of Kalimantan (Borneo). Commanding the Malacca Strait, one of the world's main sea-lanes,...
This report is the fourth in the series published by the Commonwealth Secretariat. Each volume traces the development of tropical forest management in a Commonwealth country and illustrates the range of experience that has been gathered during the...
Forestry research in Malaysia dates back to the beginning of the century with the establishment of the Forest Research Institute in Kepong, near Kuala Lumpur as a research unit of the Forestry Department. In October 1985, the Institute became a...
Peninsular Malaysia lies at the southern-most tip of mainland South-east Asia, while the states of Sabah and Sarawak lie to the east on the island of Borneo. The total land area is approximately 32.9 million hectares with 13.2 million hectares in...
The management of tropical rainforests, including those in Malaysia has of late been the focus of world attention, especially in the developed countries. The major concern is the alarming rate of tropical forest deforestation worldwide, which was...
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