National Key Results Areas (NKRAs)
The time has come for Malaysia to fast track itself into the realm of a developed nation with a high income economy. Essential to building this high income economy are its public service delivery systems which must be socially and economically adept to face the challenges ahead. To this end, the Government of Malaysia had introduced the Government Transformation Programme (GTP).
The Government Transformation Programme (GTP) is an ambitious, broad based initiative aimed at addressing key areas of concern to Malaysians while supporting the country’s transformation into a developed and high-income nation in line with Vision 2020.
In line with 1Malaysia - People First, Performance Now, the GTP is focused on:
The Prime Minister identified 7 National Key Results Areas (NKRAs) following months of evaluating the people’s demands of the Government and the most pressing issues were selected to develop the NKRAs. A focused list of projects and initiatives for each NKRA was developed to ensure that big fast results for specific targets are achieved in the interest of the people.
The NKRAs are the responsibility of relevant Ministries and the Performance Delivery and Management Unit (PEMANDU) was initiated to monitor the achievements of each Ministry. The NKRAs and its detailed targets were made public with the publishing of the GTP Roadmap making it transparent to Malaysians.
The practice of transparency is a testament to Malaysia’s bold direction to promote as well as delivering efficiency and accountability into its public service delivery systems and processes.
Horizon 1 of the GTP's long-term programme is set to be completed by 2012.
Detailed plans of the second Horizon for the GTP, with which the NKRA labs and cabinet syndication had just concluded, is set to shared with the general public for feedback late July-August.
A GTP Roadmap 2.0 is scheduled to be published following public syndication, with the initiatives to be implemented from 2013-2015.
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