vii. Integrity Management and Governance of the Board
The Cabinet meeting on 14 March 2014 has agreed that the efforts to strengthen the integrity of the Government’s administrative management system will be further enhanced through the establishment of the Integrity and Governance Committee (JITU) to replace the Integrity Integrity Committee (JKTU). The establishment of JITU is issued by the Prime Minister’s Directive No. 1 Year 2014.
These instructions are in line with the Government’s aspiration to make Malaysia a developed country by the year 2020. The efforts to strengthen the integrity of the Government’s administrative management system are based on the idea of ”1 Malaysia: People First, Performance Now”.
This commitment has been translated through various initiatives such as the National Integrity Plan (PIN), the presentation of the Public Service ETOS, Public Service ETOS and Fast, Accurate, Productivity, Creativity and Innovation (CTIPCI) concept as well as the efforts to combat corruption as one of the Seven Areas National Key Results (NKRAs) in the Government Transformation Plan (GTP).
Consequently, customer satisfaction and stakeholders are prioritized and performance improvements are continuously enhanced.
The JITU MADA Meeting was held 2 times in 2016 as follows:
B. HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
i. Training Program for MADA Members
Ending December 2016, all MADA members comprising 1,465 people attended various categories of training and courses to enhance their competence and skills in carrying out their duties as excellent civil servants with integrity.
Most of the training and courses attended by members were organized by the MADA Training Section with the cooperation of MADA Division, Branch and Region. Most training programs are organized by outside departments / agencies as well as private parties such as the Ministry, Department, Agency and Private Companies which offer training programs or courses that do not have internal expertise in MADA.
The training program is carried out covering a wide range of categories namely courses, briefings, lectures, workshops, seminars, symposia and conferences. The following table shows the training programs organized by MADA, the frequency and number of participants attending the program.
MADA also applies the seven (7) Day Training Policy introduced by the Public Service Department in 2010 where every member is required to undergo training at least seven (7) days within a year. The training was attended by various categories including courses, briefings, lectures, workshops, self-study sessions and a lifelong learning course or lifelong learning.
Of 1,480 MADA members, 1,376 members (93%) attended more than seven (7) days a year and only 104 (7%) members attended training less than seven (7) days a year. Details of the 7 Day Training Report are as follows:
ii. Farmers Training Program
For 2016, MADA has organized 86 courses for target groups within the Muda Regions. Of the total number of courses, 3,530 farmers, farmers and entrepreneurs of MADA guidance have been present to attend the courses. The table below shows details of the courses organized by the farmers as follows:
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