Public Service Commission of Malaysia

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Public Services Commission of Malaysia (PSC)
Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia
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Agency overview
Formed 31 August 1957; 60 years ago (1957-08-31)
Jurisdiction Government of Malaysia
Headquarters Level 6-10, Block C7, Complex C, Federal Government Administrative Centre, 62520 Putrajaya
Motto Convenient, Prompt and Accurate (Mudah, Cepat dan Tepat)
Employees 483 (2017)
Annual budget MYR 40,320,000 (2017)
Agency executive
Key document
  • Article 144(1) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia

The Public Services Commission of Malaysia (Malay: Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia), abbreviated SPA or PSC, is established by Article 139 of the Constitution of Malaysia. It is responsible for the general administration of the Public Services of Malaysia's Federal Government. It establishes the rules and regulations for the conduct of all members of the Federal civil service. The commission has the authority to appoint and dismiss most members of the services. It gives advice to the King of Malaysia regarding appointments to positions that he has designated as Special posts. The Chairman and other members of the Commission are appointed by the King of Malaysia at his discretion, as laid down in Article 139(4) of the Federal Constitution.

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