India and Singapore sign a Protocol Document today extending for five years the current MoU on Cooperation in the field of Personnel Management and Public Administration till 2028

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The Department of Administrative Reform and Public Complaints, the Ministry of Personnel, Public Complaints and Pensions, the Government of India and the Public Service Division of the Republic of Singapore have signed a protocol document on 6th July 2023, extending by five years until 2028 the current MoU on Cooperation in Personnel Management and Public Administration.

The MoU was signed by Shri V. Srinivas, Secretary on Behalf of the Department of Administrative Reform and Public Grievances and Mr. Simon Wong, High Commissioner of Singapore to India.

The signing ceremony was attended by senior officials from the High Commission of Singapore and the DARPG. The event was also attended virtually by the Permanent Secretary, Public Service Division, Republic of Singapore.

The Memorandum of Understanding aims to strengthen the partnership between the two countries through various forms of cooperation between public service officials of both countries. Cooperation in areas such as administrative reforms and public sector transformation, public service delivery, leadership and talent development, e-governance, capacity building and training are among the areas to be covered in the scope of the activities of the Memorandum of Understanding.



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