NUS IPUR hợp tác với nhau để hỗ trợ chuyển đổi dịch vụ công ở Mông Cổ

Thứ sáu, 15/07/2022, 09:32 GMT+7

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk (IPUR) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mongolia Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs to support public service transformation in Mongolia. 

NUS President Prof Tan Eng Chye presented a gift to His Excellency Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai, Prime Minister of Mongolia.

The MoU was inked on 8 July 2022 on the sidelines of a visit by Prime Minister of Mongolia Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai to NUS. Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene, together with NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye, witnessed the signing ceremony at Innovation 4.0. The signatories were Mongolian Minister for Justice and Home Affairs, Nyambaatar Khishgee, and IPUR Deputy Director, Professor Leonard Lee. 

Public service transformation in Mongolia is the key focus for this collaboration. Both parties committed to co-creating strategies which will strengthen skills and resources for the Mongolian public service in the areas of data, technology, policy, good governance and risk communications. 

The joint partnership will also see IPUR and Mongolia’s Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs co-create data-centric policies and optimise human capital in the public service of Mongolia. A capacity-building programme will be developed to strengthen the talent pipeline to support the Mongolian government’s strategic priorities. 

“We are thrilled to partner the Mongolian government as they accelerate public sector transformation. In 2021, we delivered an online training programme on public sector innovation that was attended by nearly 1,300 civil servants. We also received over 300 project pitches for piloting in our data innovation lab. Our next step is to scale this important partnership,” said Assistant Professor Reuben Ng, IPUR Lead Scientist (Data and Technology), who will be leading the joint partnership. 

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