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Garbage in, Garbage out ! The hard reality in the Malaysia civil service.

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Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Sidek Hassan said, “What you put into something is what you will get out of it and as such, officers of calibre and high-performers will ensure a quality public service.”

This is the polite way for saying “garbage in, garbage out” analogy about Malaysia public service.

Tan Sri Sidek is probably the biggest garbage in the world if there is a worldwide measurement for civil service performance.

Look at the Amanah Raya Berhad, a privatized company under the MOF is good enough for you to see “garbage in, garbage out” quality is everywhere.

‘Exit policy’ needed to help clear deadwood in civil service


KUANTAN: There is a need to create a clear exit policy for civil servants who are problematic, indisciplined and underperforming so their services can be properly discontinued, said Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Sidek Hassan.

In his speech before officially closing the 14th Public Service Commissions conference here yesterday, Sidek noted that the matter had been raised during the same conference held in 2007 but the implementation was still unsatisfactory.

“This aspect may need to be reviewed […]