The DAP, serving as the focal organization for the APO’s Center of Excellence on Public-Sector Productivity, recently hosted a Needs Assessment Workshop with its member economies. Focusing on the public sector of Indonesia, Nadiah Suhaima Ghina from the Ministry of State Secretariat and Rizki Sari Eka Putri from the Ministry of Home Affairs shared key insights through this factsheet.

The DAP, as the focal organization for the Asian Productivity Organization’s Center of Excellence on Public-Sector Productivity, curates and transforms datasets to bring insights into the public-sector profile of APO member economies. This edition focuses on examining the public sector of Taiwan.

Based on the Bertelsmann Transformation Index Country Report 2024, the public sector of Taiwan exhibited a high degree of stability and functionality, characterized by robust democratic institutions. Taiwan’s government demonstrated resilience and effectiveness in managing various challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic and tensions in the Taiwan Strait.

Discover the intricacies of South Korea’s public sector in our latest factsheet. Learn key insights and trends curated from reliable sources, offering valuable perspectives among APO member economies.

Also one of the organization’s founding members in 1961, South Korea surpassed the OECD average in satisfaction with public services. Approximately 74% and 75% express satisfaction with the healthcare system and administrative services, respectively, exceeding the corresponding averages of 68% and 63% based on the OECD 2023 Country Notes.

As we continue to curate and transform datasets from reputable sources to bring insights into the public-sector profile of APO member economies, our focus now turns to examining the public sector of Japan.

🌐🇯🇵🗾One of the eight founding members of the organization in 1961, Japan stands out in citizen trust and satisfaction with its public services. Over three quarters (76%) express satisfaction with its healthcare system, and 67% of its citizens trust its judicial system, outperforming the OECD average of 68% and 56%, respectively, based on the 2023 OECD Country Notes.

As we continue to curate and transform datasets from reputable sources to bring insights into the public-sector profile of APO member economies, our focus now turns to examining the public sector of Malaysia. Admitted to the organization in 1983, Malaysia aims to meet the growing public expectations by adapting to population dynamics and technology trends. Based on the Ministry of Economy’s Eleventh Malaysia Plan, the government focuses on a citizen-centric approach to enhance public sector productivity through a whole-of-government strategy, emphasizing competent talent, effective project delivery, and efficient services, thus facilitating the country’s transition to an advanced economy and inclusive nation.
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In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in Bangladesh.

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In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in Fiji.

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In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in India.

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In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in Japan.

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In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in Korea.

Click here to find the exact links and datasets.