World Innovation Forum Kuala Lumpur (WIF-KL 2013) - Malaysia's Government Transformation Programme
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  Malaysia's Government Transformation Programme

The Government Transformation Programme Roadmap was launched on the 28th of January 2010 at the KL Convention Centre. The Prime Minister outlined the Government's plans and commitment to its People First, Performance Now concept. The Roadmap is available for download at 

GTP Roadmap Launch Speech Part 1 of 3

GTP Roadmap Launch Speech Part 2 of 3

GTP Roadmap Launch Speech Part 3 of 3

The Government Transformation Programme (GTP) was introduced by the Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak in April 2009 and is led by him. The objective of GTP is two-fold – first, to transform the Government to be more effective in its delivery of services and accountable for outcomes that matter most to the rakyat; and second, to move Malaysia forward to become an advanced, united, and just society with high standards of living for all. This is in line with the national mission of achieving Vision 2020 - for Malaysia to become a fully developed nation.

Government Transformation Programme (GTP) Roadmap
The six National Key Result Areas (NKRAs) identified to spearhead the Government's transformation are:

  1. Reducing crime
  2. Fighting corruption
  3. Improving student outcomes
  4. Raising living standards of low-income households
  5. Improving rural basic infrastructure
  6. Improving urban public transport


 Read more about the GTP Roadmap here at


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