Strategic Reform Initiatives (SRIs)
In the New Economic Model for Malaysia – Part 1, the National Economic Advisory Council identified 8 Strategic Reform Initiatives.
With the NKEAs focused on delivering tangible outcomes through the 131 Entry Point Projects and 60 Business Opportunities, the concluding volume of the New Economic Model in December structured these recommendations along 51 broad and cross cutting policy measures in order to realise our goal of transforming our nation into a high income, sustainable and inclusive economy.
The Government considers these 51 policy measures to be a high priority for implementation and developed a detailed programme for each policy measure.
The Entry Point Projects are the vehicles that will drive us to our final destination of realising Vision 2020. Each of these 51 policy measures serve as the highway that ensures that the fastest and most efficient vehicles travel smoothly to allow us to reach our final destination on time. No pot holes. No detours. No traffic lights. No traffic jams. Hence this highway creates a conducive environment for us to compete. The Government is committed to competitiveness, especially competitiveness that enables the best and brightest to thrive in this nation.
Laying out this highway requires us to develop a detailed programme. The 51 policy measures have been clustered into two groups to ensure execution. 14 of these measures were housed in existing 'Natural Homes' in various NKEAs and NKRAs, whilst the remaining 37 policy measures have now been clustered into 6 Strategic Reform Initiatives (SRIs). They are:
SRI labs were held over 6 weeks in February through April 2011 to develop implementation plans for the policy measures. An 'Entry Point' approach was taken to achieve the ripple effect and create big results fast.
'Entry Point' approach was taken to create the ripple effect
Source : ETP Pemandu
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