All ministers have been instructed to announce their respective Report Cards on the 100-Day Achievement of Keluarga Malaysia Aspirations to the public.
Prime Minister Sabri Yaakob said this was to allow the people to assess the performance of ministers and their ministries in ensuring the well-being of Keluarga Malaysia or the Malaysian Family.
He said the government had placed the achievement of Keluarga Malaysia aspirations as the utmost priority for each minister in giving their best service to the people.
According to the prime minister, the Cabinet meeting on Sept 10 had decided that the 100 days would begin on Sept 1, the day they had their first meeting.
“On Sept 24 and 29, I held sessions with all 31 Cabinet ministers to finalise their lists of proposed aspirations,” he said in a statement today.
The implementation of initiatives for each aspiration is based on six key thrusts, namely restructuring the economy, assuring national security and public order, enhancing social well-being, improving overall infrastructure, strengthening unity based on the Keluarga Malaysia model, and empowering service delivery.
Ismail said the Office of the Chief Secretary to the Government, the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Planning Unit and the Shared Prosperity Delivery Unit would act as joint-coordinators to ensure the success of the planning, implementation, monitoring and improvement of each aspiration proposed by the ministers.
He said the performance of each minister would be assessed based on three key elements, namely the ministry/department performance assessment, leadership assessment based on the effectiveness of the initiative and public perception assessment of Cabinet ministers and the ministries/departments under their purview.