Reshuffle of 14 senior civil servants


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 17 Apr 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Selangor state financial officer Datuk Mohamed Adzib Mohd Isa, who was appointed Selangor state secretary, was among 14 senior civil servants involved in a reshuffle effective between April 1 and tomorrow.  

In a statement issued yesterday, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said Mohamed Adzib, 55, succeeded Datuk Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof, who was appointed Internal Security Ministry secretary-general.  

Former director of the Research and Planning Division of the Public Services Department, Dr Malek Shah Mohd Yusoff, 52, was made the new National Institute of Public Administration director, replacing Datuk Zulkurnain Awang who was moved to the Federal Territories Ministry as secretary-general. 

Former Ipoh Datuk Bandar Datuk Sirajuddin Salleh, 52, was made deputy secretary-general (management) of the Defence Ministry, taking over from Datuk Siti Azizah Sheikh Abod who was appointed Arts, Culture and Heritage Ministry secretary-general. 

Former secretary of the Health Ministry’s Human Resource Management Division, Dr Mohd Nasir Mohd Ashraf, 51, was appointed the Higher Education Ministry's deputy secretary-general I.  

Dr Nasir's previous position was taken over by former deputy director (administration and security sector) of the Organisation Development Division in the Public Services Department, Ahmad Kabit, 50.  

Senior director of the Management Services Division in the International Trade and Industry Ministry, Datin Rodiah Meor Sulaiman, 52, was moved to the Higher Education Ministry as the deputy secretary-general II. 

Former senior principal assistant secretary of the Communications and Multimedia Division in the then Energy, Communications and Multimedia Ministry, Mohamad Nadzim Shaari, 54, was made Perak deputy state secretary II (administration), succeeding Datuk Mahsun Taib who had retired. 

Former deputy director of the Policy Planning branch of the Research and Planning Division in the Public Services Department, Thomas George M.S. George, 52, was made the division's director.  

Former special duties officer to the Chief Secretary to the Government, Mohd Ibrahim Abu Bakar, 52, was appointed deputy secretary-general (resources) in the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry. 

Federal Territory and Klang Valley Development Division secretary in the Prime Minister’s Department, Abu Bakar Abdullah, 49, was made deputy secretary-general in the Federal Territories Ministry while former Management, Development and Finance Division secretary in the Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry, Patimah Zohro, 52, was made the ministry's deputy secretary-general II.  

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