PM meets top bureaucrats in Pattaya

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra marked the one-year anniversary of her Pheu Thai government by meeting in Pattaya with 31 top ministry officials to review the year’s work and plan future projects.

The Office of the Civil Service Commission hosted the Oct. 13 meeting at the Sheraton Pattaya Resort where Yingluck met with 31 of the 38 ministry permanent secretaries.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (seated, center) and some of her top ministry officials meet at the Sheraton Pattaya Resort. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (seated, center) and some of her top ministry officials meet at the Sheraton Pattaya Resort.

The session was divided into two parts, with bureaucrats given the floor in the morning to speak on successes, the obstacles, and limitations of working within government guidelines, and discussions on strategic management and guidelines dominating the afternoon.

Yingluck ordered ministers “to build a database on principles and minor missions to show the system in action and official responsible for each project.” She further stressed her “three Ms” of management, manpower and money.

The premier also outlined rules for analysis of the problems inside and outside organizations document and prioritize problems that need fixing.