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15 Mei 2010

PERKS FOR GOOD CIVIL SERVANTS

The Star
By MAZWIN NIK ANIS and FLORENCE A.SAMY
newsdesk@thestar.com.my
14/5/2010




PUTRAJAYA: Outstanding civil servants will be recognised, rewarded and their good work made known to the nation, said the Prime Minister.
“Good performance by government employees must, and will, be recognised. We are thinking of incentives and rewards for them,” added Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
To ensure continuous development, civil servants need to constantly think on th
eir feet and find “out-of-the-box” solutions to settle issues.
“You will benefit too, and your interest will be well-looked after if the country prospers,” he said when addressing civil servants at a gathering organised by Cuepacs yesterday.
Najib urged the nation's 1.2mil civil servants to do the “sprint” with him by becoming an excellent, innovative and effective public sector as Malaysia enters the final 10-year in its bid to achieve developed nation status in 2020.
Words of encouragement: Najib addressing civil servants at the gathering in Putrajaya Friday. - Bernama
The Prime Minister said that while much had already been achieved, the coming 10 years were crucial and not the time for everyone, including civil servants, to take things easy.
“Like running in a marathon, we have entered the last lap of the race and we need to increase our momentum and do the sprint.”
Among those present were Cuepacs president Omar Osman, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan and Public Service director-general Tan Sri Ismail Adam.
Najib added that the administration had put in place the Government Transformation Prog-ramme and the Economic Transformation Programme.
“I believe so far, we are on the right track as reflected in the 10.1% growth in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the first quarter of 2010.
“Be mindful however, there is still much more to do to achieve our vision and we need to remain focused,” he added.
Meanwhile, Omar said work attitudes needed to be changed and civil servants should show more enthusiasm, dedication and interest towards their duty.
Speaking at the Malay Entrepreneur Convention organised by the Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, Najib said there were simply too many Class F contractors at 30,000 - the most per capita worldwide.
It was time to move out of overcrowded fields and find new ones, he added.

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