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Responsible Data Handling

Trust is impacted by data breaches. Although there is no financial justification for organizations to take this into consideration, society cannot ignore its effects.

Administrative Simplification

Administrative simplification refers to government policies, tools and practises aiming at simplifying and easing the burdens of administrative regulations affecting business, citizens and the public sector.

Managing Feedback Essential in Improving Public Service Delivery

Effective feedback, both positive and negative, is very helpful. Feedback is valuable information that can be used to make important decisions.

Data Driven Government

In today’s digital era where the society is moving so quickly from one thing to the next, leveraging on data helps government organizations more with the ever-changing landscape by becoming more well-informed, particularly during real-time analysis on areas that needs attention.

Better Evidence for Decision Making

Results-orientated governments are increasingly making use of hard data and statistical analysis to enlighten decisions.

To Serve And Truly Help People

Civil servants play an important role in society and it is important that we serve them ethically, with integrity, loyalty, impartiality, and objectivity.

“Digital by default” Help Cut Red Tape

Digital technologies are evolving fast and transforming traditional sectors across the economy, so policymakers must make sure new regulation complements, rather than contradicts, existing and planned legislation.

Innovative Uses of Data

Public service become more citizen-centric by utilising data and information to better understand public needs.

Professionalism – The Importance Of Trust

Public trust in government is based on how they feel about using government services, programs, and policies.

Making Our Stakeholders Active Partners in Fulfilling Development Goals for Sarawak

Under the Post-COVID-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030), Sarawak will pursue balanced economic growth by adapting a responsible approach to the development of its natural resources. This is also in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

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