Central Institutional Organization Commission

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Central Institutional Organization Commission
中央机构编制委员会
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Formation 1991
Type Policy coordination and consultation body
Location
  • Beijing
Leader
Li Keqiang
Deputy Leaders
Liu Yunshan
Chief of General Office
Zhang Jinan
Parent organization
Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
Subsidiaries General Office of Institutional Organization Commission

The Central Institutional Organization Commission (Chinese: 中央机构编制委员会; pinyin: Zhōngyāng Jīgòu Biānzhì Wěiyuánhuì), sometimes synonymous with the Commission for Public Sector Reform, is an agency of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China with full jurisdiction also over the State Council of the People's Republic of China as well as lower and local government bodies. It is led by the Premier of the State Council and closely tied to the CPC Organization Department.

The Commission's functions include making policy on administrative reform, central reorganization plans, personnel establishment, quotas, wages, and administrative regulations for State institutions. Its authority was enhanced after the Ministry of Personnel was abolished. There is also the State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform, which serves as its executive organ.

During its history, the Commission changed name several times between the establishment of the People's Republic of China and the adoption of its current name and functions in 1991.

Membership[edit]

  • Chairman
    • Li Keqiang, Premier, Politburo Standing Committee
  • Vice Chairman
    • Liu Yunshan, Politburo Standing Committee, first-ranked Secretary of the Central Secretariat
  • Members
  • Chief of General Office

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