Thursday, January 28, 2010

020 - Pelan Hala Tuju Program Transformasi Kerajaan (GTP)



Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pada 28 Jan 2010 melancarkan Pelan Hala Tuju Program Transformasi Kerajaan (GTP) yang disifatkan sebagai satu kesimpulan daripada hasrat rakyat.Program Transformasi Kerajaan (GTP-Government Transformation Program) diperkenalkan oleh Perdana Menteri, Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak pada bulan April 2009, dan akan diterajui oleh beliau. Dua objektif GTP adalah – pertama, untuk mentransformasikan kerajaan agar menjadi lebih efektif dalam penyampaian perkhidmatan dan bertanggungjawab atas keberhasilan yang menjadi keutamaan kepada rakyat; dan kedua, memacu Malaysia ke arah melahirkan masyarakat yang maju, bersatu-padu dan saksama dengan standard kehidupan yang tinggi untuk semua. Ini sejajar dengan misi nasional ke arah mencapai Wawasan 2020 – untuk Malaysia mencapai status negara maju sepenuhnya.
Enam NKRA (National Key Result Areas) telah dikenalpasti untuk menuju ke arah transformasi Kerajaan dan ianya adalah:
1.Mengurangkan Jenayah.
2.Membanteras Rasuah.
3.Mempertingkatkan Pencapaian Pelajar.
4.Mempertingkatkan Taraf Kehidupan Isirumah Berpendapatan Rendah.
5.Mempertingkatkan Infrastruktur Asas Luar Bandar.

6.Mempertingkatkan Pengangkutan Awam Bandar.

2010 A New Milestone For Rural And Regional Development Ministry
Ditulis oleh BERNAMA Isnin, 25 Januari 2010 14:46
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 (Bernama) -- The year 2010 is a significant year for the Rural and Regional Development Ministry as the ministry will be implementing the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) agenda. The NKRA, announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak last July covers six core areas with the task to improve rural infrastructure and amenities entrusted with the ministry and its Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal. The remaining five NKRA cores are improving the standard of living of low wage earners, reducing crime, eradicating corruption, improving access to education of quality and improving the public transportation system all in the medium term.

And for each of the core areas, the respective minister will be leading the efforts.

FOUR SUB-NKRA FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

As for the rural NKRA, there are four sub-NKRA given focus namely Connecting Roads, Rural Water Supply, Rural Electricity Supply and the Household Aid Programme.

Mohd Shafie pointed out, comparatively, the Rural-NKRA has been the most challenging one with the biggest allocation amounting to almost RM17 billion and the implementation process is set to take a long time.

If seen from the enormous work involved and the short time frame, each one of the sub-NKRA calls for greater efforts and commitment from the ministry's employees.

"However, under the NKRA, the duration is much shorter about three years only where we will be building 1,500km of rural roads, that is four times longer," he said in his new year message to the employees of the ministry.

Other than the NKRA, also from 2010, the ministry will launch Minister Key Result Area (MKRA) with three sub focus areas - improving the livelihood of smallholders, entrepreneur development and Orang Asli community development.

THE 9MP

Meanwhile, more than 25 per cent of the allocation under 9MP have yet to be utilised. This indirectly indicates that there are a number of projects yet to be completed. The total allocation for the ministry under 9MP is RM16.47 billion, a staggering figure. Up to Dec 31, 2009, which also marks the end of 9MP period, about RM12.07 billion or 73 per cent of the total amount has been utilised and the ministry has started to prepare for the 10th MP.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN

Other than the focus for the projects under the NKRA, human capital and entrepreneurial development are also given emphasis to meet the goals of making Malaysia a high wage economy.

In focusing on NKRA and the three sub focus areas under MKRA, the Rural Development Master Plan is being drafted to serve as a comprehensive guideline for the coming 10 years, culminating in the goals of Vision 2020.

This master plan determines the direction of rural development and serves as the guideline for related agencies in implementing development. The master plan that is expected to be ready by September 2010 is to integrate new development policies with the existing ones including decisions of the Cabinet.

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