Regional Supervision Office
 
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History of  Regional Supervision Office
 

                  Since the 2002 bureaucratic reform was aimed at increasing transparency and effectiveness of the state administration system, reducing the overlap of organizations’ operations, acting quickly to meet the needs, effectively solve the problems of people, integratedly developing provincial areas and supervising the care of people in all regions of the country, the policy on multi - dimension administration under the supervision of the Deputy Prime Minister was introduced. That is, all Deputy Prime Ministers would be in charge of ministerial functions, policies and agendas and providing support for the integrated strategic management of provincial clusters, also known as matrix management system, which requires alignment in both the vertical and horizontal dimensions.  The deputy prime ministers were first officially assigned to be responsible for regional supervision according to the Order of the Office of the Prime Minister No. 301/2545, dated 8 October 2002 (B.E. 2545). Soon after that, the Order of the Prime Minister No. 349/2545 dated 8 February 2002 (B.E. 2545) was issued to set criteria, scope and methods for regional supervision. The Office of Secretary and Regional Supervision as a division under the Office of Permanent Secretary was also set up to provide assistance and coordination for the regional supervision and serve as a coordinating center for information on regional supervision. At the time, the office was headed by the Permanent Secretary of the Office of the Prime Minister.

Later, the Order of the Office of the Prime Minister, No. 164/2545, dated 11 December 2002 (B.E. 2545) was issued, appointing the Chief Inspector General of the Office of the Prime Minister as head of the office. The present Regional Supervision Office under the Office of the Prime Minister was established according to the Regulation of the Office of the Prime Minister on the Regional Supervision and Follow-up 2004 (B.E. 2547) which provides assistance for coordination, follow-up and process acceleration for the regional supervision. The regulation, therefore, facilitates the practical application of policies on regional supervision and follow-up, increases the effectiveness of provincial agencies’ operations and meets the demand of people without bureaucratic barriers. The office is responsible for carrying out general administrative and secretarial works, assisting in coordination and acting as the coordinating body for information on regional supervision. The office is currently headed by a Plan and Policy Analyst of Senior Professional Level appointed by the Permanent Secretary.


Input

Process

Output

1. Suggestion making for policy, strategy and measure settings

- To collect, study, analyze acts, rules, regulation and other relevant documents- To process and synthesize information used for suggestion making

Policy, strategy and measure on regional supervision

2. Setting  and integrating strategy, budget and project on provincial cluster/ province development

- To analyze, screen and integrate project budget proposals submitted by provincial cluster/province to the Deputy Prime Ministers and the Ministers attached to the office of the Prime Ministers for consideration

Provincial cluster/ provincial budget is integrated in line with each strategy levels

3. Monitoring and evaluation of regional supervision performance

- To compile, study and analyze report on the performance of government agencies

- To accelerate, follow up and evaluate the performance of government agencies in provinces

- To produce report, including suggestion and submit to the Deputy Prime Ministers and the Prime Ministers attached to the Office of the Prime Minister for consideration

The Deputy Prime Ministers and the Ministers attached to the Office of Prime Minister’ acknowledge the problems of concerned agencies.

4. Operation of the Capacity Enhancement Program on Regional Supervision

(a budget of 900 million baht)

- To manage resources effectively

There are sufficient resources and equipments to support the regional supervision

5. Board of National crisis solving headed by the Deputy Prime Ministers and the Ministers attached to the Office of Prime Minister with the Office of the Prime Minister taking charge as secretary

- To administer and  coordinate with other concerned agency

- To perform secretarial duties

The Deputy Prime Ministers and the Ministers attached to the Office of Prime Minister can solve the crisis effectively and in timely manner.

6. Establishment of an information system

- To study and establish the system

Information system for regional supervision

7. Secretarial duties for the Regional Supervision Committee

- To administer and coordinate with other government agencies in respect of regional supervision

- To carry out meeting tasks

The committee meeting

          Organizational Structure 

                 
The Regional Supervision Office is a division under the Office of the Prime Minister. Its current staff includes 3 governmental officials and 19 government employees.

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                          Agencies to support the regional supervision of Deputy Prime Ministers and the ministers attached to the office of the Prime Minister.




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