The corporate government consists of 7 sections. The
main responsibilities of the 7 sections are to provide support service for the ministry.
Also, to fulfil the duties of permanent secretary, mentioned in the chapter 7
of the Civil Service Regulation. This is to implement the mandate of the
ministry as mentioned in the framework of the government.
Sections under the corporate department: Administrative works, providing
office opening passes, managing the stock, looking after the vehicles
registered under the ministry, administrative section responsible for the
management of asset recovery works, finding employees and maintaining
everything related to the employees, training the employees and implementing
the laws and regulations of civil service, human resources section for
maintaining a peaceful work environment and to build the work spirits of the
employees, procurement section to find and provide the sections with goods and
services required under the financial regulations and procurement policies.
Information Technology section to look after the office server, computer
network, software, government e-letter management system provided by the
N.C.I.T, PABX system. Finance section to make and look after the budget of every
annual year and financial year, procurement and disbursement plans, all the
financial works under the ministry, budget reports and annual financial
reports. Public relations section to provide the medias with photos and videos
of events and answer the queries asked by the medias. Legal section to provide
legal consultation to the ministry and providing the attorney general’s office
with the information in regard to cases filed against the ministry.