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Presentation by Dato’ Mohammad Razali, Director General, Malaysia Productivity Corporation, Malaysia, at the OECD Southeast Asia Forum, 25-26 March 2014, Bali, Indonesia. Further information is ...

Presentation by Dato’ Mohammad Razali, Director General, Malaysia Productivity Corporation, Malaysia, at the OECD Southeast Asia Forum, 25-26 March 2014, Bali, Indonesia. Further information is available at http://www.oecd.org/gov/regulatory-policy/southeast-asia-regional-forum.htm

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Public-Private Partnerships for Good Regulatory Governance - Dato’ Mohammad Razali Public-Private Partnerships for Good Regulatory Governance - Dato’ Mohammad Razali Presentation Transcript

  • OECD Southeast Asia Regional Forum: Fostering Regional Competitiveness and Sharing the Benefits of Sustained Growth Actors of Regulatory Reform: Institutions and Partners for Successful Regulatory Delivery Public-Private Partnerships for Good Regulatory Governance Malaysia Productivity Corporation |25 March 2014| 4.45 p.m. – 5.45 p.m. | Bali Indonesia|
  • 2 Established on 7 February 2007 Oversees Regulatory Reforms to facilitate business Inclusive Public - Private Sector Collaboration Reports directly to the Prime Minister PEMUDAH Pasukan Petugas Khas Pemudahcara Perniagaan Special Task Force To Facilitate Business PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP THROUGH PEMUDAH
  • 3  A sense of urgency  Proactive public-private sector collaboration  Facilitation, not hampering  No more regulation than necessary  Zero tolerance for corruption PEMUDAH Pasukan Petugas Khas Pemudahcara Perniagaan Special Task Force To Facilitate Business
  • 4PEMUDAH Pasukan Petugas Khas Pemudahcara Perniagaan Special Task Force To Facilitate Business PEMUDAHSpecial Task Force To Facilitate Business Your Business, Our Priority
  • Ministry AGC Cabinet Parliament Ministry Business MPC to continue providing service for collaborative innovation Train the regulators & assessors Accountability audit of quality assurance Guidance material, benchmarks & best practices repository Advisory Role AGC: Attorney-General’s Chambers ; R: Rules and Regulations; NDPC (Secretariat: MPC) R Flow Advocacy Role (PEMUDAH) Analyse existing rules & regulationsProvide recommendations & monitoring implementation Provide feedback on recommendations Facilitate to ensure regulators fulfill adequacy criteria Draft Law Decision- making Decision- making Enforce Comply Design or Review Design or Automatic Review 5 Quality Regulatory Management System
  • Working Group on Policy Issues (WGPI) Focus Group on Starting a Business Focus Group on Registering Property Focus Group on Employing Workers Focus Group on Trading Across Borders Focus Group on Enforcing Contracts Task Force on Implementation of e-Payment Facilities Focus Group on Government Procurement Focus Group on Dealing with Construction Permits Task Force on Immigration Matters Task Force on MM2H Task Force on Taxi Services in Malaysia Task Force on Abandoned Housing Projects Task Force on DBKL Focus Group (MAMPU) on Improving Perception Task Force on Foreign Workers Focus Group on Hotel Sub-Sector Focus Group on Resolving Insolvency Focus Group on Paying Taxes Task Force on Halal Certification Working Group on Efficiency Issues (WGEI) Task Forces directly under PEMUDAH Focus Group on Private Sector Efficiency and Accountability Towards Consumerism Focus Group on Business Process Re-Engineering in Business Licensing 6 Focus Group on Services Liberalisation Focus Group on Public Relations Focus Group on Safety and Security Focus Group on Education PEMUDAH Pasukan Petugas Khas Pemudahcara Perniagaan Special Task Force To Facilitate Business
  • Malaysia Productivity Corporation www.mpc.gov.my