17 April 2017 - Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) had successfully organized the Engagement Session with Regulatory Coordinators (RC) on the Implementation of Good Regulatory Practice today. The aim of the session were to increase the understanding among Regulatory Coordinators; updates and provides feedback on the status of GRP Implementation at ministries and agencies and get feedback on issues and challenges faced by Ministries and Agencies in the implementation of GRP. This half-day event was attended by more than 70 participants from various ministries and government agencies.
“One of the key drivers of enhancing national productivity is to improve the efficiency of policy and regulatory processes. It is hoped that, by improving the quality of existing regulations and ensuring the quality of new regulations, the regulatory burden on businesses will be reduced substantially. Regulatory policy is about achieving government's objectives through the use of regulations, laws, and other instruments to deliver better economic and social outcomes and thus enhance the quality of life of citizens and business,” said Datuk Seri J. Jayasiri , Secretary General of Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) in his closing remarks.