Ismail Bakar adds that the reshuffle will not be limited to secretaries-general.
COMMENT | Privatisation could, once again and without the mistakes of the past, be a panacea for a “new Malaysia”.
Chief secretary Ismail Bakar says those who cannot serve the people should leave their jobs.
LETTER | All Malaysians should welcome Mahathir's call to reduce bureaucracy.
PARLIAMENT | Deputy minister tells senate that the exercise will not affect the 824,235 existing pensioners.
Chief Secretary to the Gov't Ismail Bakar says the gov't will take into account all aspects on the matter.
RM500 for civil servants and RM250 for gov't pensioners to be issued then, says Public Service Dept.
UPDATED 11.27PM | Over half of enrollees told to leave PTD course after requirements for passing grade are changed.
However, Mahathir points out that the number of those involved in it has decreased.
According to finance minister, this is the first time the bonus will not be carried forward to the following year.
'There are officers who are tied up and not willing to recognise the new government,' he says.
COMMENT | It is time to examine the role of government servants on the boards of government agencies.
COMMENT | After almost five months in government, it seems little has changed.
LETTER | The PSD and PSC have decided to follow established guidelines when assigning grades to political appointees.
LETTER | Only serious action will send a reminder to the current officials that they cannot be inefficient or be corrupt anymore.
YOURSAY | 'What good has he done, except assisting Najib to brainwash civil servants...'
LETTER | It is time to bring back a civil service we can be proud of.
Mahathir's 'we can do that' response draws applause and cheers from civil servants.
However, the government must look into this as it is facing budget constraints, says Dr M.
Letting all those loyal to the previous regime go, he says, may cause them to turn around and attack the gov't.
The chief secretary should take responsibility for the eroded confidence in the civil service, they say.
The chief secretary to the government said he will personally address the issue.
The individual is among seven nabbed after testing positive for methamphetamine in an Ipoh ops.
Prior to GE14, the club openly urged retired civil servants to support BN.
This can be a threat to civil servants and deprive them of their freedom of who they want to support.
LETTER | How is it physically possible for one person to contribute meaningfully to so many organisations?