COORDINATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MODERNISATION (CCPAM)
1. Coordinating Committee On Public Administration Modernisation (CCPAM) was commenced in 2008, consist of 58 representatives from relevant ministries, central agencies and state governments which comprise of the Director General, Deputy Secretary General, Deputy Director General, Deputy Secretary of State and directors of MAMPU.
2. CCPAM is held twice a year and chaired by the Director General of MAMPU. This is also part of the MAMPU’s initiatives in modernizing the public administration machinery and to improve the public service delivery effectiveness.
3. The impact of modernisation and administrative transformation programme in public sector relies on the level of awareness and understanding among all government agencies. This includes the objectives, strategies and action plans for every newly introduced programme. Effective communication through strong cooperation between the ministries, central agencies and state secretary offices is essential to ensure that modernisation and administrative reform which has been implemented can be shared and replicated by other agencies in accordance with their individual needs.
4. Initially, the meeting was organised by MAMPU. However, the meeting which was held on October 23rd, 2010 has decided that the meeting to be jointly organised by both MAMPU and selected state secretary office. The decision was made to reinforce cooperation between the federal agencies and the state government agencies.
OBJECTIVES of CCPAM
5. The CCPAM’s aims are to:
a) increase awareness and improve understanding of the central agencies, the ministries and the state secretary offices on modernisation of public service administration programmes and activities;
b) increase the level of coordination between the agencies of federal government and state secretary offices in the implementation of modernisation of public service administration programmes and activities.;
c) discuss the effectiveness of transformation efforts to improve public service delivery system;
d) synergise the smart partnership strategies to strengthen the implementation of modernisation of public service administration programmes and activities; and
e) allow the members to have a closer look at the transformation and modernisation initiatives implemented by the agencies at the state level.
MEMBERS of CCPAM
6. The members of CCPAM are as follows:
|Members||No. of Members|
|Director General and Deputy Director General of Following Agencies under the Prime Minister’s Department:
1. The Public Service Department (JPA);
2. Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU); and
3. Public Complaints Bureau.
Deputy Secretary General of Ministry
Deputy State Secretary
MAMPU Senior Officer
TOTAL OF MEMBERS
7. Normally, a visit programme is organised as one of the main agenda of CCPAM intended to add value in modernising the public administration.
MODERNISATION AND MANAGEMENT PLANNING UNIT (MAMPU)
Prime Minister’s Department
Level 5, Block B2
Prime Minister’s Department Complex
Federal Government Administrative Centre