Selangor Journal

Preserve the history of public service as a memoir

SUBANG JAYA, DEC 15: Civil servants in Selangor are encouraged to record the history of their service, after retirement in the form of memoirs, for the reference of future generations.
Dato’ Menteri Besar, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said retired civil servants’ experiences in development, conflict and crisis management is priceless knowledge which should not be left in to waste.
He also described the knowledge, experience and networking of retired government servants, as highly valuable.
“Experiences like these must be recorded for the reference of future generations who are interested to learn about past experiences on economics, social and politics, and the way Selangor was developed to become among the most progressive state.
“The transitional era started in 2008 and they had certainly faced a crisis management environment effectively,” he said when inaugurating the Majlis Makan Malam Anugerah Jasamu Dikenang (AJD) Pentadbiran Setiausaha Kerajaan Selangor 2016 at Holiday Villa Hotel & Suites, on December 14.
Mohamed Azmin also gained the attention of several prominent people, including the former Presidents of United State (US), who had recorded their experiences while in administration of  the White House, in books to be shared with the public.
At the same time, he complimented Selangor civil servants who are always professional and competent.
“Although the country is facing a tough situation at the moment, Selangor has risen to emerge as the best state with the support of the best civil servants,” he said.

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