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  • PUBLIC SECTOR POLICY MANAGMENT
  • SEQUENCE
    • OBJECTIVES
    • KEY FEATURES
    • PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT
    • STATUTORY BOARDS
  • OBJECTIVES
    • Stable political system results in a growing stable economy.
      • Policies given a chance to bear fruit.
    • Planning and devising of developmental policies, for all social sectors.
    • Ensuring a corruption free system.
    • Devising of people friendly strategies.
    • Robust policy-designing mechanism.
    • Trade reliant policies.
      • Nil natural resources.
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  • KEY FEATURES
    • “ Macho-Meritocracy”
      • Resulting in reduction of corruption.
    • In competition with Private sector for the best talent.
    • Reliance on Statutory Boards
      • Implementation of socio-economic development programs.
    • Highly Effective Singapore Civil Service and Statutory Boards.
    • Improvement in Public Service.
    • Reliance on Policy Diffusion to Problems.
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  • PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGMENT
    • Refers to
      • “ activities undertaken by the public organizations in a country to ensure the attainment of national development goals.”
    • Crust of management policies
      • “ Policy diffusion rather than reinvention of wheel”.
        • Looking out for an effective workable mechanism that has been successful with same environmental variables as ours.
    • Firm belief in the notion, at times it is more feasible to allow private sector to perform tasks concerning public sector.
      • Efficient
      • Cost effective
    • Governance constitutes of 14 ministries.
      • 63 statutory boards.
  • STATUTORY BOARDS
    • Responsible for devising of new policies and overseeing their implementation.
      • Multiple Boards operating in each ministry.
    • Most critical task of Civil Service.
    • To implement and oversee Economic Development Programs.
    • Reliance on comprehensive and Incremental Administrative reforms.
    • Over the years employees in Statutory Boards have increased to 33,777.
    • Highly paid staff.
      • Grade I officers attached to the boards.
        • Paid to the tune of 730,000 to 1.2 million SD per annum.