Rangkaian Khidmat Awam Negeri Sarawak
A MONTHLY SUPPLEMENT OF RAKAN SARAWAK BULLETIN

(People, events, activities and programmes which make for a total quality-managed Sarawak Civil Service)

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Residents, Deputy Residents, and District Officers Conference 2005 - Transforming The Divisions – Harnessing Local Initiatives Through The Resident and District Offices
Pehin Sri Taib accompanied by Encik Ismawi Hj. Ismuni, the Director of SIMU launching the New Project Monitoring System, later named Sarawak Monitor by Pehin Sri Taib to be used for the implementation monitoring of 9MP (2006-2010) State-Funded Projects
One of the increasing roles of the Residents and District Officers in Sarawak, says the Chief Minister is that they must respect and keep abreast of the people’s progress by keeping up with the latter’s increasing knowledge and level of education.

Daerah Matu Membangun Seiring Masa
Bangunan Dewan Suarah Matu yang turut menempatkan Pejabat Daerah Matu
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi mahu perkhidmatan awam menerapkan pemikiran dan budaya kerja baru, termasuk di peringkat pejabat daerah dan pihak berkuasa tempatan (PBT) supaya lebih cekap, berkesan dan responsif terhadap keperluan persekitaran.

A “Bright ” Future for Rural Folks

The Federal Ministry of Rural and Regional Development has assured that 40,000 people in Sarawak ’s central and southern zones will enjoy electricity
supply once the ongoing Rural Electricity Supply (BELB)project is fully completed by February 2006.

NPMS Mampu Disesuaikan Mengikut Keperluan Agensi NPMS Mampu Disesuaikan Mengikut Keperluan Agensi


Pada setiap permulaan sesebuah rancangan Malaysia pastinya kita akan meletakan sasaran ke arah pencapaian pelaksanaan projek sebanyak 100 peratus, maka keperluan untuk mempunyai satu mekanisma yang mampu membantu memantau proses pelaksanaan projek dengan berkesan adalah satu kemestian.

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Kampung Tian Matu Berikan yang Terbaik

Kampung Tian adalah kampung yang terkenal di Matu bukan sahaja kerana ia kampung terbesar tetapi juga kerana wakil rakyat bagi Matu berasal daripada kampung ini, iaitu Adun N.32 Matu-Daro, YB Datuk Hj Wahab Dollah yang juga Ahli Parlimen bagi P.206 Kuala Rajang.

Long Semiang,Miri Bakal Keluarkan Kopi Baram

Jabatan Pertanian Miri berhasrat untuk melaksanakan projek penanaman ‘Kopi Baram’ sebagai meningkat tahap sosioekonomi penduduk di kawasan penempatan suku etnik Kenyah di Long Semiang di pedalaman Baram. Kawasan berkenaan telah dikenal pasti sebagai kawasan di mana projek penanaman kopi tanah tinggi beraroma jenis Arabica dan kopi tanah rendah jenis Robusta dilaksanakan sebelum diperluaskan ke kawasan lain yang berdekatan.

Sarawak Fishermen's Fund Get RM1 Million Grant

The fishing community in Sarawak is a simple lot – they make barely enough income to make ends meet, yet they are willing to share their catch with strangers. Despite that, society have a rather low opinion the profession of our fishermen and views it’s a thankless and dead-end jobs. However, fishes and crustaceans form a very big part of our diet with this sector generating an income of RM5.38 billion worth of business in 2002. It is by no means, no small business and definitely not a “fry by night” kind of operations.

Sarikei Dental Clinic Quests for Excellence

In compliance with the Public Service’s move to migrate from MS ISO 9000: 1994 to MS ISO 9001: 2000, the Sarikei District Dental Office recently launched the newly recognized MS ISO 9000:2000. According to the State Health Director (Dental), Dr. Ling Kwok Sung, the Sarikei District Dental Office has met all the criteria and is therefore qualified to work for this international standard.
 
 



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