SINGAPORE: After doubling babies and artificial marriages (AI), members of the Parliament extended their issues on Thursday, Friday, to some of the offer committee (February 28, 2014) after the Treasury's Minister Heng Swee Keat's budget in 2019.
The two organs, the Prime Minister and the Ministry of the Treasury, their ministers had discussion sites and updated the plans for the next financial year.
Here are five main messages:
1. REMOVAL OF THE SEALED DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC SERVICES
Public services point out: in the future leadership teams will be chosen as more than political skills and intelligence, while seeking a combination of "operations, communications, mobilization and international exposure," according to Minister Chan Chun Sing Public Service.
He agreed with several deputies, because he had to create more leadership for public services.
FIRST: Leaders of the public sector in the future need more than their political abilities: Chan Chun Sing
Likewise, public servants "thought in a different way" for the better functioning of the citizens.
As a result, a new Cares National Court initiative will encourage all the officers to volunteer and serve the community this year. This will help people to learn how to better communicate with each other, and to develop a culture better on foot and on the ground, said Mr. Chan.
THE 2 OVER BEEN REFURBISHED UPON THE ARTIFICIAL BODY
Singapore needs "efforts to double" AI efforts, named by the head of the Smart Nation Initiative Vivian Balakrishnik.
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This means that local knowledge is being expanded, the minister said, adding that AI will build it, which is why it can use such capabilities. This means computational education thinking and literacy in schools, and adult training in data science and AI skills.
"We do not expect to become an expert in AI," said Dr. Balakrishnan. "But AI … is a general purpose technology and we can use our workplace (for example) tools to participate in the future AI guided economy."
3. YOU WILL BE A "SMART" PARKING
Several Smart Nation updates are on the cards this year, the authorities announce the spread of both initiatives: Life and MyInfo Moments to meet the needs of citizens.
What will be opened:
- Moments of Life: This application helps parents to manage their first years of childhood, and opens up the opportunity to respond to other "key moments of life", such as active life and planning for the end of life of citizens.
- MyInfo business: It aims to make businesses more business transactions more easy, for example. Business owners save time by sending the verified data to the Government.
Good news for motorists, this year's new test is to make it easier to find parking lots. A new project that authorities are testing smart sensors to provide real-time availability of real parking lots.
The test will begin in the first six months of the month and Telo will be on the streets of Ayer Street and Temple Street.
Motorists can see parking lots on the URA website and Find Parking through the OneService application. After evaluating the jury, street parking information would later arrive at Park.sg.
4. NO EXCLUSIVE MOBILITY FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION
The government also wants children and marriage about Singapore. In the coming months, the authorities will be consulted by citizens regarding their needs and concerns regarding marriage and their parents, according to Prime Minister Josephine Teo.
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Concerning parental concerns, such as preschool prices, the minister said that the pre-school money framework is under review for parents to be cheaper.
Parental leave was also focused, asking MP Nee Soon with GRC Louis Ng to increase this.
Mr Teo said the Government would explore the scope for extending additional provisions, but "it would be a matter of careful consideration to make" more companies entrusted to the company, "which could lead to viability.
5. USE OF PARTICIPATING PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC LAN PROJECTS
To make it easier for small and mid-sized businesses to participate in public projects, the Government will raise the maximum limit of $ 90,000 to $ 90,000 for today's $ 70,000.
This allows government companies to have smaller businesses and start-ups more government-led projects, allowing for faster processing of conditions and conditions with more simple contracts and treatments, said Prime Minister Financial Indranee Rajah.