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According to Senior Works Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusof, the Ministry of Works (KKR) would continue its economic recovery programme for the construction industry while focusing on enhancing public infrastructure in terms of connectivity, comfort, and safety.

Apart from other road projects under its jurisdiction, he said the focus would remain on projects like as the Pan Borneo Sarawak and Pan Borneo Sabah, as well as the Central Spine Road (CSR).

During the Cabinet meeting, the Prime Minister asked all ministries to set targets and programmes to be implemented within the next two weeks, he added.

He went on to say that it has results-oriented short- and long-term goals that must be demonstrated within the first 100 days in office.

Fadillah said he had instructed the Ministry’s administration to develop key performance indicators (KPIs) for facilitating and assuring the timely implementation of all projects so that the country’s economy could be restored as quickly as feasible.

“The Ministry and its agencies at all levels must be responsive to the current demands in working with the people,” he said.

 

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KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 1): The Ministry of Works (KKR) will continue its economic recovery agenda for the construction industry as well as focus on improving public infrastructure in terms of connectivity, comfort and safety, says Senior Works Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusof.

He said the focus would continue to be on projects such as the Pan Borneo Sarawak and Pan Borneo Sabah as well as the Central Spine Road (CSR), apart from other road projects under its jurisdiction.

“KKR is committed to implementing the economic recovery agenda for the construction industry by working with the people, as suggested by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob in his speech on the formation of the Cabinet last Friday,” he said in a statement today.

He said the Prime Minister during today’s Cabinet meeting instructed all Ministries to set targets and programmes to be implemented, within the next two weeks.

He added that it covers short-term and long-term targets which are results-oriented, to prove one’s achievements within the first 100 days in office.

Fadillah said he had asked the Ministry’s management to set key performance indicators (KPIs) in facilitating and ensuring the swift implementation of all projects in order to restore the country’s economy as soon as possible.

“All the levels in the Ministry and its agencies need to be sensitive to the current needs in working with the people,” he said.

 

Source: Edge Prop