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Brunei Government implements Government and public service programmes

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Hj Al-Muhtadee Billah, the Senior Minister at the Prime Minister's Office has delivered a reminder, which makes a commitment to ensure the effective implementation of e-Government programmes and policies.

 

The Minister announced this in an international Eastern Regional Organisation for Public Administration (EROPA) seminar held on 15 November. According to him, now public services are making benchmark in both regional and international spectrum. The process of human capacity building and human resource development has to date, resulted in the biggest investment in our public sector human resource development, with an allocation of an additional $250 million to the current development plan on top of the existing annual budget.  Now government is emphasising on the elements of public accountability, transparency, stronger codes of ethics for holders of public offices, the prevention of corruption, best work practices, institutional human capacity building and the development of information technology. 

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